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Moving in a few months, which city to live near for work?
« on: August 16, 2017, 11:03:36 am »

Hello All.  First, let me say I'm so glad I found the Free Sate Project!!  I watched the video on 101 reasons to move to NH and everything in that video, we felt, spoke to me and my fiancĂ© directly....

We currently live near the Washington D.C. area and quite frankly are sick of the hustle and bustle and just outright disregard people have for other people in this area.  We are both accountants and we need to gross $125k per year between the both of us.  My fiancĂ© is a controller and is higher up on the work food chain than I am.  I am a staff accountant.  We have been researching areas and it looks like Manchester, Concord and Plymouth are where the major jobs are.  We just don't know which area to focus our attention on which will help determine where we will focus on finding a new home.  We would like at least 10 acres of land but would prefer more like 20 acres.  We don't mind a commute of up to 1hr but of course would prefer a shorter one.  We are coming up for a visit next week and have an appointment with a realtor who is going to show us around a bit, but I think it would be helpful if I got the opinion of my fellow Free Staters.  :D Any info given is much appreciated!  Thank you!!


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Re: Moving in a few months, which city to live near for work?
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2017, 01:31:59 pm »

Manchester, Nashua, and Portsmouth, do you mean? There's a Plymouth too, but it's considerably smaller. :) Have you talked to (Mark Warden)? For that kind of acreage, my guess is you'll want to be west of Manchester or north of Concord.
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