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M0J0

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  1. Parts of it are worst than others. North of memorial drive it is really bad. I walked some of the mountain bike trailers a few weeks ago. It is pretty healthy there. Probably due to how close it is to the bayou. It looks very bad in some parts. Especially, when driving down memorial. We are having a drought right now. It has not rained in weeks. Parts of it are worst than others. North of memorial drive it is really bad. I walked some of the mountain bike trailers a few weeks ago. It is pretty healthy there. Probably due to how close it is to the bayou. It looks very bad in some parts. Especially, when driving down memorial. We are having a drought right now. It has not rained in weeks.
  2. The Woodlands is by far the most beautiful. The area will see the most growth due to Exxons huge campus they are building there. It is about a 45min commute without traffic to the city. Sugarland is about a 30min drive. Both have good schools, though nothing amazing. The suburbs schools have ben getting worse. I guess it depends on where your job is. You don't want to fight brutal rush hour. If you can afford it. Live in the city. Housing prices are going to rapidly appreciate. There are good schools depending on the neighborhood. Check out Garden Oaks for a family area with a good location. The suburbs are soooo boring. When you talk to people that hate living in Houston. It is the ones that live in the suburbs. The amazing part of Houston is the inner loop. It is where all the culture is. It is where all the amazing food is.
  3. Go to powertochoose org. Don't ever do a flex plan. I bounce around to a new provider every 4-6 months. Just depends on the deals I can get. I usually pay 6-9 cents. I have used about half the providers. They are all the same. I just put a reminder in my iphone to look for a new plan. Don't do a 12 month. They cost an extra 2 cents or so.
  4. I have a friend who lives in Shady Acres. I went to his house once during a rain storm. Not even a hurricane or tropical storm. It flooded all over the Heights. His garage and backyard went under about 4 inches of water. The house is on pier and beam so it was in no danger. Some of the streets were over 2 foot deep. I went through some fun deep water in my truck. I can also say that crime in that area is high. Make sure you get a nice alarm. He got his house cleaned out once.
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