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    Default From Brazil to Santiago

    Hello everyone,

    First of all, I'd like to say thank you to everyone in DR1 for all the great information available on this forum. I've been a member for quite a while, but I'm just now getting around to introducing myself.

    I'll be moving to Santiago sometime in late March and I'd like some insights on good areas to live. My plan is to rent a fully-furninshed House/Apartment. We're a family of four, so we need at least a 3-bedroom.

    Andre

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    The best areas are (go on Google Earth) from the Moraleja west to La Trinitaria, North to Los Jardines Metropolitanos and Los Cerros de Gurabo. There are other area, such as La Zurza are also upscale.

    Fully furnished houses are pretty scarce. But go to DR Rentals and look at P 288....it is a three bedroom, fully furnished apartment.

    Cordially,

    HB
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    Quote Originally Posted by Set1404 View Post
    Hello everyone,

    First of all, I'd like to say thank you to everyone in DR1 for all the great information available on this forum. I've been a member for quite a while, but I'm just now getting around to introducing myself.

    I'll be moving to Santiago sometime in late March and I'd like some insights on good areas to live. My plan is to rent a fully-furninshed House/Apartment. We're a family of four, so we need at least a 3-bedroom.

    Andre
    SuperCasas.com Republica Dominicana venta de casas, apartamentos, villas - Bienes Raices Dominicana

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    Welcome to DR1. You will like Santiago a lot.

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    Welcome!!!!!

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    well you can check:
    -Cerros de gurabo
    -Los jardines metropolitanos
    -La trinitaria

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    Thank you for all responses and usefull information. I'm excited about moving to the DR and I'll be keeping up with this forum. Look forward to contribute.

    Andre

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    What part of Brazil are you from?

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    Default Mineiro

    I'm was born in Belo Horizonte, MG. I lived in South Florida for 13yrs (Coral Springs), but now I'm back in Brazil (Belo Horizonte) until I'm ready to move to the DR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Set1404 View Post
    I'm was born in Belo Horizonte, MG. I lived in South Florida for 13yrs (Coral Springs), but now I'm back in Brazil (Belo Horizonte) until I'm ready to move to the DR.
    o0o0o0o0o Coral Springs. Fancy! I am from Pompano Beach originally. Not so fancy, but close to Coral Springs. Welcome!

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