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dustincredible 08-13-2012 05:47 AM

Potential move to Everertt, WA.
 
So the wifey and I are deciding where we want to be stationed next year and the USS Nimitz in Everett, WA came up. We're moving from Virginia and the move date will be around March/April 2013. Anyone in the area that can provide some info? What are the areas should we avoid living? What should I expect to pay to live in a decent neighborhood?


Thanks for your help.

08LGT80 08-13-2012 03:22 PM

everett is ghetto :lol:

12sechatch 08-13-2012 03:38 PM

It has ghetto areas, just like any other city. It also has its nice areas, just like any other city.

seabass07 08-15-2012 01:47 AM

:lol: it isn't all ghetto, but walk around downtown and you'll probably see some crazy shit!

Everett is also really close to some nice areas.

Berzerklo 08-15-2012 11:39 AM

My brother in law is a Navy diver stationed in Everett. He lives in Lynwood,WA (about 15 mins south). I haven't spent all that much time in Everett proper, but if I were in your shoes I would seriously consider Lynwood... worth the commute IMHO.

NormanAbsher 08-15-2012 02:12 PM

There is no ******* way your moving to Everett..

seabass07 08-15-2012 02:32 PM

Definitely look into edmonds, mill creek, snohomish, or mulkilteo before actually living in everett.

LegGTLT 08-16-2012 12:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by seabass07 (Post 4027833)
Definitely look into edmonds, mill creek, snohomish, or mulkilteo before actually living in everett.

These are very nice places. If you want land, then Snohomish is the spot. Farther away though (and you have to use Hwy 2/The Tressel which sucks because of Boeing traffic and everyone else who commutes into the I-5 corridor) than the other places. What's your budget? House? Appt? Rent a condo? Living style? Rural? City? There's so much to moving to a new area that a price and a location just aren't enough to give you some great ideas. :)

I'm sure you could get a 1500+ sqft house for $1500-$2000/mo in most of those areas. It's a big range because those areas are pretty different.


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