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  • Moving to Houston

    All,

    I am moving to the Houston area and I was looking at Spring. Any suggestions on areas in Spring to live in? I'm coming from a fairly small town (Fayetteville, AR), so the move is a little daunting. Thanks.

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    When you get there, be sure to update us with your new address so you don't miss and newsletters and other mailings from the club. Thanks.

    Rose Mary
    Larimore, ND
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    Rose Mary
    Casselton, ND

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    • #3
      what are you looking for? apartment, condo or house?
      Where will you be working?

      Cammie & I live in Spring, a 2000 sq/ft house will run about $155,000.00 give or take on where and how fancy. There are some really nice new apartment, just off of I-45 and Rayford Rd.

      There are a lot of new homes in the area, so I would guess some deals.
      Coop
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      • #4
        And as you can tell Lone Star is a active club, welcome to the area
        Coop
        Life Member 57
        KE0BND
        What other people think of me, is none of my business
        It's Five O' Clock Somewhere

        Become an S2KCA member, tell them Coop sent you

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        • #5
          Where will you be working? That should be one of your primary criteria when deciding where to live, given local traffic...

          But welcome. Make sure you join us at one of our bi-monthly meetings to get acquainted.
          "Blue Oh-Two" (#424)
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          • #6
            Ulrich is right. Houston is a big place. It takes 45 min to an hour to get from one side to the other. Choosing a place within your commuting comfort level will help if you're not used to the traffic. Spring is nice, but pretty far up on the north side. The good news is that it's pretty close to Curt's.

            Wherever you end up, welcome to Houston and Lone Star! We'll have a little party for you when you get here.

            "It's rocket science but it's well understood rocket science." - Naveen Jain


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            • #7
              lots of good places to live in Houston. You also just drove into the most active chapter.. Welcome....


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              • #8
                The Houston S2K group that is such a great bunch of people that I try to make a trip out to visit at least once a year. Get to know these folks, you'll be glad you did.

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