Is this a nice place to live?

Asked by Mandy, Houston, TX Mon Jan 26, 2009

Can anyone give me some honest info on the Villages of Spring Oaks subdivision in Spring TX? I'm getting conflicting reports on crime and flooding.

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TCP Real Est…, Agent, Austin, TX
Sun Feb 1, 2009
Here are some helpful websites to look at:

You'll also want to drive by any neighborhoods you are interested in during different times of the day and weekends.
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Mary Smither…, Agent, Magnolia, TX
Mon Jan 26, 2009

You can find out about flooding by visiting the FEMA website at and looking at their flood maps. If you are looking at a resale property, flooding of a property or presence in a flood zone a disclosure item you will find noted on the seller's disclosure. Your insurance agent can also pull a report on the home and let you know if there have been any claims on the property regarding flooding or any other serious concerns.

As to crime, there are a few websites out there that are helpful, including sex offender data at the texas department of safety http://( and more general stats on and

When checking out a neighborhood, I also like to take a look at the school ratings, even if you don't have kids. You can find all sorts of information at

Last but not least, be sure to ask your Realtor for help! A buyer's agent can help you understand whether values in the neighborhood are increasing or decreasing, and answer any of your other questions about buying a home.
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Jeremy Larkin…, , The Woodlands, TX
Mon Jan 26, 2009

I have a couple of listings in the Spring Ridge area which is literally a stones throw south of Spring Oaks. I can speak based on the experience from my clients for both houses that I have for sale in the area. Both of these clients of mine have lived in their houses for over 20 years. Outside of when they were first constructed 20 + years ago (minor vandalism), they have absolutely no complaints. As far as flooding is concerned neither one of the houses I have are in a flood plain. You shouldn't have any issues there.

Check out these two listings both are on unrestricted land so you can do whatever you wish without getting permission from an HOA. They are mixed use property so you can actually run a small business from your home if you would like.

These homes don't come up for sale very often which leads me to believe the curret owners are happy with the location. Not to mention is is so close to the Woodlands and just far enough away from I-45.

Please feel free to contact me at or 832-622-8100
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