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  1. Hi, I was just curious about the house on Ligonberry that is currently listed on HAR. Seems like it's been on the market for a while. I have never been in that neighborhood, so I have no clue if it's bad or not, but the house looks really interesting (albeit it needs work), and it says it was designed by John Chase.
  2. Thanks to everyone for the good information!!!! Did I mention that I love this forum??!!! Is there some general guidance on price per square foot??? I realize this will vary widely between different areas, but is there a cut off for the neighborhoods I have mentioned that would be considered a "good deal"?? Thanks again!
  3. Hello all, I have been reading HAIF since I moved to Houston back in August, and I am a huge fan!! I wish all cities had something similar. I am currently renting, but I wish to buy a small house in the next 6 months or so. I have been doing some research and a lot of driving around, but I wanted some opinions on where to purchase. I probably will not stay in Houston beyond 4 years, so I am trying to find an area that will have the most appreciation, but at the same time not be an extremely transitional neighborhood where I would feel uncomfortable living (I am a single female). I don't mind a fixer-upper, and I have done quite a bit of renovating to previous properties, but the property has to be livable, since I plan to move in immediately. A 2/1 is fine but would prefer a little bit bigger house if possible (at least an extra 1/2 bath). I would like to stay under $120K and lower if it needs a lot of work. I also need to be close to the Med Center. I like Glenbrook Valley, Westbury, Robindell, and some parts of Sharpstown. I absolutely love Garden Villas!! Are there other areas that I should be considering?? Out of these areas, which one do you think will have the best resale value (with some improvements to property) in 4 years?? Oh, one other thing, I love the Mid Century Modern homes that are so abundant in Houston!! Thanks for your response!!
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