Choosing a Location

In spite of the famous real estate saying, choosing a place to live and practice involves much more than location, location, location. The location you select must meet a number of criteria—both personal and practical. Before you decide where you’d like to live and practice, you need to ask yourself some tough questions and do some analyses. By thinking through the issues, you can position yourself and your practice for future success and be more likely to find a community that is right for you.

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