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Old Jul 31st 2011, 9:56 am
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Hi is anyone living in Irvine or Huntington beach area ? we hope to be in that sort of area late sept and wanted to know any particular areas that are "better"
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Old Jul 31st 2011, 5:05 pm
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Hi is anyone living in Irvine or Huntington beach area ?
Yes - and there have been quite a few threads about that area recently (within the last 3 months) - the search function should be able to find them for you.

we hope to be in that sort of area late sept and wanted to know any particular areas that are "better"
"better" than what?

A little more information about what you are looking for, where you will be working, your tolerance for commute time etc would probably be helpful in narrowing down the options.
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Old Jul 31st 2011, 6:55 pm
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Yes - and there have been quite a few threads about that area recently (within the last 3 months) - the search function should be able to find them for you.



"better" than what?

A little more information about what you are looking for, where you will be working, your tolerance for commute time etc would probably be helpful in narrowing down the options.
Thankyou for your reply !"better than others" if that ticks the box ??? with regard to social issues !crime ! neighbours! localilty to resourses ! freeway! community! etc THANX!!!!
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Irvine is one of the safest cities in the US. Huntingdon probably a little less as its more toursity, but still nice. Both are lovely areas.
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Hi is anyone living in Irvine or Huntington beach area ? we hope to be in that sort of area late sept and wanted to know any particular areas that are "better"
Where will you be working? Do you have children? If you are working in Irvine and have kids then I would suggest living in Irvine over Huntington Beach. Less crime in Irvine, more nightlife in Huntington Beach
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Where will you be working? Do you have children? If you are working in Irvine and have kids then I would suggest living in Irvine over Huntington Beach. Less crime in Irvine, more nightlife in Huntington Beach
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