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Do You Live in a Cluster Community?

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Do You Live in a Cluster Community?

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Do You Live in a Cluster Community?

Do You Live in a Cluster Community?

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We want to know what you look for when picking a place to live.

MADELEINE BRAND, host:

When you search for that special someone, you tend to look for compatibility, right? You know, such as a similar sense of humor, the same social values, same idea of how to spend that rainy Saturday. What about when you're hunting for a new place to live? Is it about the square footage, the view, convenience? Or maybe your top priority is living near people who share the same political views, people with the same sense of humor, neighborhoods where people are a lot like you. Those neighborhoods are called Cluster Communities. Do you live in one? Tell us about it. Go to our website npr.org and click Contact Us. Be sure to put the word Cluster in the Subjects line. Or you can call our listener line at 310-841-5180.

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