David Saks: Memphis Tennessee - The Worst City In the Nation for Healthy Housing ?

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Memphis Tennessee - The Worst City In the Nation for Healthy Housing ?

Here's what the National Center for Healthy Housing

has to say about Memphis !

Germs

http://www.nchh.org/Policy/2013StateofHealthyHousing/LocationSummary/tabid/858/msa/22/Default.aspx

 

 




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Comment balloon 4 commentsDavid Saks • October 04 2013 05:12PM

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Not a particularly good statistic, David.  I would like to see what they say about my area, but unfortunately we're too small to be counted.

Posted by Gabe Sanders, Stuart Florida Real Estate (Real Estate of Florida specializing in Martin County Residential Homes, Condos and Land Sales) over 6 years ago

David, great information for those needing more data before moving to Memphis!

Posted by Joan Cox, Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time (House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373) over 6 years ago

I agree, Gabe.

But when you consider the level of political corruption, ridiculously high property taxation, violent crime, criminal gangs, poverty, unemployment, illiteracy, infant mortality rate, illegal drug abuse and distribution, corrupt police, lousy public schools, sexually transmitted diseases, illegitimate children and blight it's not a surprise that Memphis tops the list of not just health-hazardous cities, but seriously dangerous, too.

These are the reasons why the community can't attract new commerce and why people are leaving.

Much of the Memphis inner-city and south eastern communities have become filthy cesspools.

I've been here all of my life, born here, raised here, and I understand why. It's not hard to figure it out.

In spite of the trouble, there's still much about the city that's magnificent.

Then there's Elvis :-)

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 6 years ago

Thanks, Joan.

There's enough information to make someone do a double-take before moving here.

But I'm staying....at least till I retire....I'm thinking about moving to north Tennessee, close to the Kentucky border, to enjoy my twilight time.

I'll be close to Memphis to help out, but far enough away to escape the odor.

I can hear the banjo calling :-)

Posted by David Saks ((retired)) over 6 years ago

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