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Quality of Life in 77054 : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Nov 9, 2013
Heart Realty answered:
You may want to look for developments that will be completed by the time you get here, sometimes they offer discounted rates to the first tenants.
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Wed Nov 28, 2012
Heather Heitke answered:
Houston is a unique city for it's size, because of our no-zoning laws. As such, it can be difficult for someone new to this area to really get an idea of "where" to be. In general, you will want to take the time, or find someone that is knowledgable of the area. As a Realtor, I am prohibited from saying anything that would make you believe you are safe in any area or property. The most upcoming and popular area for a lot of Houstonians is the "Inner Loop" which offers a large variety of dining, shopping, arts, parks etc. It is urban as you desire, but can be pricey at times. It just depends what you are looking for. I would love to talk to you more about it, if you want to contact me. I can help.

Heather D. Heitke
In the Loop Properties
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Tue Apr 30, 2013
Natalie Bailey answered:
My Favorite thing about living in Houston is absolutely the food!!! Delicious delicacies of all cultures and ethnicities... I have been to some of the largest cities in the US and nobody does it like Houston.

Natalie Bailey
Weichert Realtors
832-493-1239
Making dreams come true one home at a time
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Tue Nov 27, 2012
Jeanne Weaver answered:
Pros -Nightlife, great jobs, lots of peers, inexpensive housing, no state income tx, weather Oh, that is six, oh well.
Cons, this is harder - traffic, it is the city, so you have to be mindful of your own safety. Can't think of anything else, Houston is a great place for young people! Tons of opportunity here. ... more
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Mon Oct 22, 2012
Mark McNitt answered:
Space Center Houston at the NASA Johnson Space Center with the shuttle "Frontier" for viewing.

http://www.spacecenter.org/

Mark McNitt
m 832-567-4357
Bernstein Realty, Inc.
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Sun Oct 14, 2012
Jeff Cox answered:
Texas Childrens Hospital is always looking for volunteers, the boy's and girl's scouts, Salvation Army, Good Will, Big Brother and Big Sisters are all possible places to consider. Most churchs have out reach in these areas. You can speak with Trees for Houston as an example for the environment. There are lots of opporunities to help out. Thanks for all your hard efforts in the future. ... more
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Fri Feb 5, 2010
Dallas Texas answered:
In many instances if a property is "eye soar" best contact city The fines are steep if in violation

Lynn911
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Thu Nov 5, 2009
Amber Carrillo answered:
Well first thing I would ask is if he is on the lease. If he is not, then he would have no legal standing and basically you would just change the locks and move merrily along. If the police are involved you can have a restraining order or an order of protection put on him to keep him from bothering you. There are a lot of scenerios at play here and without very specfic information it would be hard to tell you how to proceed.

Saul Carrillo, Realtor
It Homes
832-527-2268
seeitsold@gmail.com
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Tue Jun 12, 2012
Dallas Texas answered:
Check the city ask that question they might have train schedule
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Mon Feb 25, 2013
James Gordon ABR SFR SRS answered:
Mc if you don't file for eviction you will never get them out. For the specific actions you need to follow go down to the clerks office where you would file and ask them for the steps to follow. They can not give you legal advice but be nice and they will tell you where to get the proper forms and if you are kind to them they may doulbl check it to make sure that they are filled out right.
Do not try to set these people out without going through a legal eviction as you will be in the wrong and if they sue it will cost you a whloe lot more than lost rent and legal fees which you can sue them for.
I have only done 1 eviction where I got the money that I was awarded but I had to garnish wages to get get that. By the way do you have their original lease you are going to need that and the application would be nice to have as that should have the tenants SS number on it.
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Wed Sep 12, 2012
Ken Pujdak, CPA answered:
Corine:

I am a former certified senior advisor. give me a call at 888-552-2940 x7 to discuss your problem and perhaps I can lead you in the right direction.

Ken Pujdak, CPA
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Tue Jul 10, 2012
Ray Allison answered:
Many parts of Houston are very family friendly and very child friendly, but not every neighborhood.
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