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 Pros and Cons living around Boston area???

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Posted on 05-12-16 1:28 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hi All,

Can anyone please advise or outline the pros and cons moving around Boston area, such as transportation, weather, Job market, crime and affordability, fun ???? also is do you recommend any place that are more affordable than others but are safe and decent around Greater Boston area ?? Thank you for your help!!
 
Posted on 05-13-16 1:32 PM     [Snapshot: 236]     Reply [Subscribe]
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No comments, not even Sajha admin can help ???? should be some Nepali in Boston i assume right :) please share your thoughts!!
 
Posted on 05-13-16 1:44 PM     [Snapshot: 240]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Sajha.com is all about Boston (90% ) including Sajha admin.
Greater Boston area has the second largest Nepalese Community in USA.
I think its a good move if you are planning to settle down here.
The best approach would be to find the job matching your skills.
Good Luck !!
 
Posted on 05-13-16 1:55 PM     [Snapshot: 263]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Okay thank you man_t_mero_Nepali bro... I have a Job already and i can work from there anytime but don't want to make a move yet so just wanted to get the info before i do so. any one else can charm in about transportation, weather, Job market, crime and affordability, fun ???? also is do you recommend any place that are more affordable than others but are safe and decent around Greater Boston area ??
 
Posted on 05-13-16 4:59 PM     [Snapshot: 361]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Transportation called T is pretty good, runs until 12. touches Somerville, Cambridge, Malden and other greater boston area.
Weather : Miserable 6 months of the year because its northeast. The other 6 is great.
Job: IT jobs, Restaurants, Stores and misc jobs.
Crime: Depends on the area, usually somerville cambridge are pretty safe.
Affordability: 12-1800 2 bed room apt. closer to T. Its expansive because of all the colleges. Avoid Allston, Brighton , its all student housing. Watertown can be affordable if you have car.
Pretty fun place, lots of Nepalese.
 
Posted on 05-13-16 5:17 PM     [Snapshot: 362]     Reply [Subscribe]
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My experience:
I lived in Boston for about 2 years (2009-2010). Back then, I was full time student.
Sujan Rijal summarized well.
I liked my stay besides the cold winter.
Avoid Dorchester/Mattapan Area.
 
Posted on 05-13-16 5:50 PM     [Snapshot: 396]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Okay great thanks both of you!! Thank you Maxpayne, Looks like it we won't go wrong moving in Greater Boston area.
 
Posted on 05-13-16 6:00 PM     [Snapshot: 409]     Reply [Subscribe]
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There is a facebook post as well down below. vv
 
Posted on 05-13-16 6:06 PM     [Snapshot: 411]     Reply [Subscribe]
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DOnt forget to visit Quincy market.
I love that place , love those variety of foods.
ANd all those nepalese , full of nepalese , summer rocks in that place.
I need to visit my long time friend, miss my long time friend.

 
Posted on 05-13-16 6:40 PM     [Snapshot: 448]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thank you everyone Sujan bro and nohub and well wisher!!
 
Posted on 11-01-16 5:16 PM     [Snapshot: 1048]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Revisiting this thread again, Any thoughts for Lowell , MA ? Since it is closer to NH (don't mind driving here) and also commutable to Boston via public transportation (wanted to avoid traffic and driving as much toward City ). Keeping in mind for affordability, commute to work to NH and also wanted to have Boston Job markets (for any surprises) and grocery, food fun . Please advise if anyone lived in Lowell Area ???
 
Posted on 11-02-16 6:28 AM     [Snapshot: 1264]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Any thoughts Sajha members ? Basically i am trying to find a place that is commutable to Manchester, NH (approx: 45 mins to 50 is fine) and also commutable to Boston via public transportation (40 - 1 Hours max ), i know it won't be easy but thinking house/townhouse range (300,000 - no more than 350,000) is that possibility by or i am just dreaming ??? Please share your thoughts and advise, i am really looking to make a move but needs to find a place that i can afford !!!
 
Posted on 11-02-16 12:14 PM     [Snapshot: 1398]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Any thoughts anyone ? please advise, appreciate your help!!!
 
Posted on 11-02-16 2:41 PM     [Snapshot: 1470]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Lowell is not even considered a greater boston area. Open the google map. i95 pretty much circles the greater boston area. It depends on who u r n wat u r looking for, like whether u r a young guy, raising a family or already settled. If raising a family, all areas on west side of boston, from newton to all the way up stoneham are good (school, area, locality etc). if u want cheap go to malden, everett. Lot of nepalis r buying houses there. But it feels like u r living in Mexico or Queens in NY. If u r young, somerville , cambridge are good. Near to downtown, public transportation, college kids, young professionals, bars.. Etc. medford and arlington are good area too, Suitable for all. Avoid chelsea, revere and everything on the south, east of newton. If u r millionire, go to lexington.
 
Posted on 11-02-16 2:50 PM     [Snapshot: 1480]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Looking at ur last post, billerica, carlisle, bedford, burlington area is ur best bet. Nice neighborhood, btwn NH n BOS, good residential area, good schools. Not sure if possible within ur budget.
 
Posted on 11-02-16 7:29 PM     [Snapshot: 1561]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Okay thank you Bairaghi bro. Will look around for those areas !!
 
Posted on 11-03-16 12:28 PM     [Snapshot: 1689]     Reply [Subscribe]
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घर किन्ने कुरामा सर्बप्रथम त्यो स्थान ( Surrounding ) कहिँ बसोबास गरे पछि मात्र थाहा हुन्छ बस्न लायक छ छैन भनेर किनकी मेरो हेराइ र अर्को को हेराइको तौर तरिका मा फरक हुन् सक्छ | परिवार हुर्काउने बिचार हो भने स्कुल कस्तो छ लाइ पहिलो प्राथमिकता दिनु पर्छ |
तेसैले घर किन्ने कुरा बसाई सरे पछि बिस्तारै बिचार गर्दै लैजाने कुरा हुन जस्तो लाग्छ |
 
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Another factor you might want to consider is that if you live in NH, you won't have to pay income tax on what you earn in NH. But if you live in MA, you will have to pay MA income tax on what you earn in NH. So, why not live near the MA-NH border in NH?
 
Posted on 11-03-16 4:09 PM     [Snapshot: 1752]     Reply [Subscribe]
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On a side note, if you are a Democrat, please consider living in NH to make it bluer. If you are a Republican, move to MA please :)
 
Posted on 11-03-16 5:24 PM     [Snapshot: 1781]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Thank you much magorkhe1 and mily, i Agreed magorkhe1, i am thinking to live for about 6 months around that area and decide.

Mily - Agreed to your comment no income tax, and it will be perfect the problem will be finding the mid place that is commutable for both place. I will be working in Manchester and my wife is planning to leave the Job here and she will be hunting for a new one, so meaning most likely will need to focus on bigger Job market (Boston with greater opportunity not sure how NH Job market is ?) so do you have any suggestion on the place that is commutable to Boston living in NH (1 Hour max from home to work) ? Lol @ if you are a Democrat, please consider living in NH to make it bluer. If you are a Republican, move to MA - no comments on that one just yet but this is interesting year for sure and we are watching closely but no matter who wins i will still have to pay tax !!!!!
 



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