Remember Your Long-Term Goals

It's best to look ahead when short-term location opportunities arise.
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Keep your long-range plan in mind, even when short-term advantages make a location look extremely attractive. A great deal on a place you're likely to outgrow in a few years may not really be such a great deal. Similarly, if the area shows evidence of pending decline, think about whether you really want to be located there in five years.

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