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Best Neighborhoods In & Around St. Petersburg, FL

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Tampa-Bayshore Gardens, Tampa9514.81,308
Palma Ceia West, Tampa89141,486
Palma Ceia, Tampa8814.24,502
Imperial Park, Clearwater8814.3395
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Rattlesnake, Tampa8711.42,084
North Hyde Park, Tampa8716.210,888
Harbour Island, Tampa8616.73,273
Beach Park, Tampa8614.23,781

Best Cities Near St. Petersburg, FL

PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Westchase, FL902122,999
Feather Sound, FL9010.53,472
Oldsmar, FL8719.914,023
Harbor Bluffs, FL87152,931
PlaceLivability scoreScoreMilesPopulationPop.
Bay Pines, FL8693,379
Dunedin, FL8619.435,882
Greenbriar, FL8518.52,764
Fish Hawk, FL8426.717,241
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are you stupid?

Do yourself a favor and cross this nightmare off your list. I moved down here a couple of years ago based on the misrepresentation of the area you get from the favorable internet comments. Lest you be swayed by that fantasy; it is a disaster on multiple levels. First of all, expect to pay a premium to live here. Rents are higher here than for many metropolitan areas where you can get actual culture and a public transit system that grants you access to that culture. I made the mistake of renting before concluding a mortgage would be a better investment. Your rents will only move in one direction and the quality of life will move in the other. Once the constant noise from your neighbors slamming their doors or playing music too loud, and the cumulative damage from door dings on your car finally passes your threshold, you may conclude that having your own 4 walls is worth the hefty downpayment, the closing costs, and the surprise repairs that are rewards of home ownership. You will be mistaken. Immediately upon buying you will experience the ultimate joy of living here: boredom and constant antagonism from selfish neighbors. You'd better move down here with your family if you expect any social interaction. Few of the locals can make enough money to live here comfortably so you'll be hit up for money at every opportunity. The prices of homes are driven up by wealthy out of state cash buyers who use the homes here as airbnbs or long term rentals. This has the effects of ensuring that all of your neighbors will be low class disgruntled renters and ironically driving up the assessed value of your home (and consequently your property taxes and homeowner's insurance costs). Don't we all like paying more to get less? You will truly reach the next level once you realize you moved in next to renters who have numerous roosters on their property which crow all day long and other renters who play bass music so loud it rattles your whole house, multiple times per week. As a matter of fact, yes, those are both in violation of the local noise ordinances and no, the St. Petersburg police department won't do anything about it because, hey, it's easier to say anything goes than to actually enforce laws. That extra tax money will feel well spent at that point. But hey, maybe you are special and you don't sleep. Maybe you won't care about the terrible food, the lack of culture (music/theatre/politics) and nearly dying on a daily basis from all the poor drivers everywhere. If that sounds like you, then this is the city for you.
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Relocating in June I am moving to St. Pete in June and am wondering about neighborhoods to rent an apartment. I lived there 20 years ago for a while and know things have changed. I am looking for safety #1 and hopefully next to trails to walk or bike or a park or a nice community - I walk my dog a couple times a day. Pinellas Point? Up by the Gandy/HF bridges? …
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Renting Mobile Homes: Bad Credit? Hi, I'm moving from the NYC area to Pinellas county shortly and would like to rent a trailer. Unfortunately I now have bad credit, and have been unable to work for the past year due to a disability. I don't yet receive disability benefits (still working on that) and will begin working once I get established again in a new location (I work from home and make about $35K a …
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