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I thought that it was the reverse, lots of children in Chatham County are in the Chapel Hill/Carrboro school district. There are exceptions, though.
The problem we're having is that the Chapel Hill housing prices have not come down with the economic recession that the rest of the US seems to be hit with! Whereas with Chatham County the builders are selling houses at a loss because the area has been so hard hit by the economy.
It's hard to look at a house in Chatham at $X and see a very similar (acre, square footage, amenities, etc) house in CH/C School District and the price jumps up by $200k!
Online I have been searching for Chapel Hill and a lot of houses that are listed in Chapel Hill (areas like Governor's Club and the Preserve) are actually in Chatham County, so Chatham schools, not CH/C schools.
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