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Not really, we left California after 30+ years because of some politics and issues we were not in favor of
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Thousand Oaks, CA
Panama City, FL
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No; this has not been as issue and of course, we only sell and work with clients who think the same way as we do!
No I've never heard that.
Absolutely, I also know some nuts who are planning to go to Canada this year.
Not really though there are some states that are so far the other way from my viewpoints it would be hard to willingly move there.
I am sure there is all sorts of reasons for people to live somewhere.
Of course, it happens all of the time, often when people are looking to move in a border (state) area ---- they may not express it as "this state is too liberal/progressive" or "too conservative", but you'll hear an awful lot about tax discrepencies and public services, which we know really comes down to politics.
I'm sure it happens all the time, why else would a certain are lean right or left?
no, that would be a first for me....never heard of any other agent dealing with that either....
I know several people and companies who have LEFT California because of it's politics and laws. If my life wasn't here and the weather wasn't so darn nice, I'd leave too. California, where the second ammendment "does not apply"
Yes, I had one client that did that.
I hear people want to move to Canada
Not really, when Colorado passed their marijuana law, so folks decided NOT to relocate there. A
Yes. I've known quite a few.
No I don't know anyone who thinks like that.
No one who has expressed that to me.
No I do not
It shouldn't matter, but it might if you would feel like an outsider. Even college kids feel that way when going to school in a completely different region of the country.
Everyone says they do. But another winter in Buffalo and they decide 'Stand Your Ground' is not so bad after all.
There can always be a reason.
I always remember this:
Real buyers buy. And real sellers sell.
Never asked, never cared!
I'm sure it enters in to people's minds - it may well be best captured in the area's tax policies. I do not bring it up of course but as I watch people pour out of my state, I imagine they may be giving it some thought.
I don't go there.
Yes, there are many that would consider that when thinking of moving to a new area. Political leanings can affect the way taxes are used and the policies of the local government.
not that have shared
There are many people who take this into consideration.
This is a definite consideration for some.
you bet, I'm one of them
Yes. I would consider the type of environment I was moving into, and that would include all sorts of things including the prevalent political leanings.
It doesn't mean I wouldn't move into a place that checked all the other boxes of what I was looking for, but it does mean it would be a factor.
S. Leanne Paynter ☼ Broward County, FL I am sure there are some people looking forward to special agents like that....
I have never heard of that S. Leanne Paynter ☼ Broward County, FL, though I suppose 'anything is possible'! To me personally, I would move to a state for many varied reasons, though politics would not be one of them.
I've never heard of that being the case.
Personally, not anyone I have heard who is working with the agents in our brokerage.
None that I know of!