I am a native Houstonian and former home-builder. I know most of the areas well and would be happy to share my expertise. Any Realtor you choose should be able to help you find a good fit for you and your daughter. Best of luck in your move. You will soon enough be a real Texan.
Arnold Richie, RealtorÂ®
Terry Burnaman Realtors
Because of all the factors that go into finding a home/area (budget, proximity to work, etc.) it would be easiest for us to work with you directly! I'd love to pair you up with one of our Buyer's Specialists who can help you look for an area that fits your needs. Even if you're not ready to buy or rent just yet, we'd be happy to work with you to pinpoint an area/neighborhood to make your search easier in the future.
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Hope this helps!
The Loken Group
281- 861- 4624
As far as "affordabe" apartments, I would point out you have lived in 2 VERY different real estate markets of Boston, MA and Alabama. I guess affordable is what your willing to pay. I've seen 2 bedroom apts inside the 610 Loop of Houston "urban" area that range from $600-$3500/month. Other factors like age, W/D, upscale features like granite counters and private garages come into play.
This area is very large and offers a great variety of apartments to choose form. If you want to be near the popular parks like Hermann or Memorial, expect to pay higher prices. There are other park "like areas such as Buffalo Bayou or Brayes Bayou with apartments along these areas. The location of your future employment might also be a key to what location you will find your next apartment.
We have apartment data for every community in Houston. Let us know a few more details and we can email you a list with photos, maps, details on each community, prices and specials being offered. Look forward to assisting you.
Bernstein Realty, Inc.
Heather D. Heitke
In the Loop Properties