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advice on where and what to live in when i get a job, planning ahead

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Hi, the reason I am posting here about the subject threads title rather then posting in a real estate forum or anywhere else on the internet is because I have been seeing a job coach/job financial adviser since this year for over a few months or for a few months now and one of my future financial goals after I get a job is to afford living in a house all to myself/alone. I would prefer to live in a house that has decent/excellent sound insulation, private laundry machines, air condition, possibly a brand new house that is away/far away or outside of the bible belt as far as possible that is a decent or excellent place to live weather its in the u.s.a or outside the country, 0 or low crime rate and near single non monogamous decent looking or beautiful childless(never gave birth) women from the ages of 19 to 45. As long as I have the 5 preferences on where I want to move to, I could live in any form of a home weather its a house, condo, apartments or something else. I am also posting here since you are all atheists, agnostics, non religious, non believers that might have wisdom or experience when it comes to buying/living in a house outside of religious areas or going 100% invisible /undetected from the church finding out that I am a atheist so anyone here might be able to give me advice on making a wise choice on where to move to. How far deep in does the church's clutches have on or control over real-estate in the u.s.a or world? what is better for me and saves me more time?, owning a house/renting a house, buying a home or brand new home, mortgage? As always you all have helped me a lot with other advice and questions before and so I thank you all for that, I appreciate it. 



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For people not dead set on home ownership renting makes more sense.  

 

I don't know how you can find a place to live in an area devoid of religion but moving away from the Bible Belt does sound like a good idea.

 

To find a place with good insulation focus on modern buildings less than 20 years old.


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For people not dead set on home ownership renting makes more sense.  

 

I don't know how you can find a place to live in an area devoid of religion but moving away from the Bible Belt does sound like a good idea.

 

To find a place with good insulation focus on modern buildings less than 20 years old.

 

Thankyou, what do you mean by dead set on home ownership?


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Thankyou, what do you mean by dead set on home ownership?

 

A person who insists on owning their home and won't be satisfied renting.


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