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  1. I live on the far east side of SCR, just east of Kirby, and in the two years I have lived here I have never smelled even the faintest hint of the landfill. I have spent some time riding my bike around SCR, as well as some time at the pool on the west side with the water park, and even then I didn't smell anything. Might have just been the particular days that I was over that way...
  2. When I got the quote through the windstorm pool, I didn't have to provide the certificate, and they still gave the discount- so I guess either my builder or the city inspector supplied it to them. I looked up my address on the TDI website and it didn't come up, but when I called they said they had it on record. Also, I read an article stating that if your home was built to higher than required standards, you can get a higher discount Info Here, not sure if that is still the case. I would certainly call your agent to be sure that you are getting the discount. The $1,200 qoute is for 205k d
  3. Thanks for the quick responses. Just to clarify a couple of things. my loan documents do state that the lender may require insurance above and beyond normal hazard insurance. They are not requiring me to place the insurance through them, they are just requiring that I have it, which I would completely understand and agree with if I was living directly on the coast. From my understanding windstorm insurance in Brazoria county is done through the Texas Windstorm Pool, and that no matter what insurance company I go through the insurance policy price will be the same, and any variance in price
  4. Anyone know what catastrophe designation Shadow Creek Ranch has as far as windstorm requirements go? I have loooked on the state's website, and it lists Pearland as an "Inland II", but the map doesn't include SCR. The reason I ask is because after 2 years in my house in SCR, my mortgage company is now all of a sudden requiring me to have windstorm insurance, on top of my regular hazard insurance. The mortgage company is claiming I am in a "high risk coastal area", and due to recent events (katrina & rita) they are requiring their customers in these high risk areas to be covered, but no
  5. From the looks of fox-properties site plan, the building that is going up right now is Academy. For some reason I assumed that the HEB would be the first one to go up. Anyone have any insight? thanks
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