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washington dc housing info

greetings people. i am putting together info for some college applications, looking into georgetown and was wondering about the surrounding area.

georgetown gave me a list of areas and approximate rents, i am wondering actually what area's are good and which to stay out of? safety is most in my mine, commute i know is a night mare in dc, so something close to the rail system would be nice, but driving would not bother me either if it means having a safe neighborhood.

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Landover is a great place 2 live!!!!

hahahahahahahaha, stay away from Kentland, I'm a volunteer there and trust me its not friendly
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haha. on campus if possible. loaded 12ga beside bed. bullet proof windows doors and such haha. stay out of the city if possible. some places in pg county aint no better.
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hey tractor boy. is dave madison still at 33?
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yup, sure is!!!

Places in PG to stay away from: (long list!) Oxen Hill (42), Kentland (33), well, actually most of the outlying areas of DC that r in PG county, Mont County is more expensive but much safer
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how is he doin? aint talked to him since i was a little kid. doin homework at your station while my dad did the sign board and pager system for you station. tell him that he will remember he. haha wow that was a while ago
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sure will next time I see him, he doesnt come around very often, I'm only up there mondays, holidays and some weekends but may be movin in and runnin as a live-in
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Arlington, S to Crystal City (Pentagon area) 2 Bd. 1 bath 1900-2000, safe, close to trains and lots of rest, grocery stores and gyms. Lived there, have a 2 bed, guy may need a roomie right now. Send me a note, it hits my email.
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I would be trying to to montomery county, germantown area at least. I live in Frederick pretty good but that would be a drive for sure.
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