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    aimee
    ✘ Not a client

    I'm temporarily relocating to D.C. and looking for a place to live. Anyone familiar with the area?

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    Martin Reed
    ★ Admin

    I only visited for a weekend, so won't be much help. I think my wife has a friend that lives in DC, though – what kind of advice are you looking for? Neighborhood information?

    Oh, and why the relocation? Sounds exciting!

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    aimee
    ✘ Not a client

    Yes, mostly neighborhood information because I am looking for a place to live. I have an internship in HSUS (Humane Society of the United States) litigation dept. and I am very excited!

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    Martin Reed
    ★ Admin

    OK, apparently Georgetown has been recommended. Also, I have been told to ask what your price range is and where you will be commuting to? Then I can pass on some more neighborhood recommendations.

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