What areas around Ft Bliss would you suggest for buying a home?

Asked by Carmellafunchella, Vista Hills East, El Paso, TX Mon Sep 27, 2010

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Cynthia Morr…, Agent, El Paso, TX
Mon Sep 27, 2010
Howdy Melly
Ft Bliss is growing growing exploding. So deciding a neighborhood? I would suggest to take into consideration which gate you will enter. Northeast is closer to the Ft Bliss Gates and East Side is closer to the Biggs gates. And West Side is close to the Ft Bliss Gates. You can get almost anywhere in 25 minutes or less between the use of the Interstate and the Loop so then the selection becomes personal
Perhaps schools will be the factor, or where your spouse will work. I like to take my clients on a city wide tour showing what is in what community, pricing layouts of area before they decide any area. It is fun too. Let me know when you would like to talk about the different areas and of course let me answer any question you might have. I love El Paso and allow me to convince you too!
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Rick Snow, Agent, El Paso, TX
Mon Sep 27, 2010
The information listed in the neighborhood scout web site that was recommended is not very accurate. El Paso is overall a very safe place to live. The majority of homes around Ft Bliss are older and if you prefer a newer home then you will most likely want to get a little farther away. If an older home isn't an issue to you there are some nice areas very close to post. Without knowing how much you want to spend or what things you consider important (garage, lot size, etc...) it's hard to tell you where to look. Your agent (if you are working with one) can really narrow things down for you.
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Mon Sep 27, 2010
Consider doing some research on your own first, visit areas of interest more than once and at different times of day, look at everything that important to you, possibly chat with locals, look online, etc.-- real estate professionals are prohibited from “steering”—enticing a buyer to purchase, or not, in specific neighborhoods.
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