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I am a teacher and am moving to the Houston area to be closer to family. I live in Dallas now and am just tired of not having family near me.

My brother is a pastor of a church in Humble, but my niece will be moving with me as well to do her internship--which is most likely going to be in the Woodlands??

We'd like to try to live in between Humble and the Woodlands so that the commute for her job and to church would not be so bad either way.

I am "considering" applying for a teaching job either in the Klein ISD, Tomball ISD, and Spring ISD.

I've heard not so great things about the Houston ISD and the Humble ISD. Although, I have no personal experience with either.

I am single with no kids, so I dont' need a big house--but, I need a back yard. The thing that is most important to me is to be in a good safe area. I have to be able to sleep at night.......

I am not 100% sure if we are going to go ahead and buy this summer or just try to find a rental home.

If I buy-- I would like to keep it around 150K. If I rent, I need to keep it low as well. Teacher's don't make too much money.

I am hoping to be finished with me ED.S degree by August and perhaps can move up into administration or get a specialist job in one of those districts as well.

If anyone has any idea ??

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I am a teacher and am moving to the Houston area to be closer to family. I live in Dallas now and am just tired of not having family near me.

My brother is a pastor of a church in Humble, but my niece will be moving with me as well to do her internship--which is most likely going to be in the Woodlands??

We'd like to try to live in between Humble and the Woodlands so that the commute for her job and to church would not be so bad either way.

I am "considering" applying for a teaching job either in the Klein ISD, Tomball ISD, and Spring ISD.

I've heard not so great things about the Houston ISD and the Humble ISD. Although, I have no personal experience with either.

I am single with no kids, so I dont' need a big house--but, I need a back yard. The thing that is most important to me is to be in a good safe area. I have to be able to sleep at night.......

I am not 100% sure if we are going to go ahead and buy this summer or just try to find a rental home.

If I buy-- I would like to keep it around 150K. If I rent, I need to keep it low as well. Teacher's don't make too much money.

I am hoping to be finished with me ED.S degree by August and perhaps can move up into administration or get a specialist job in one of those districts as well.

If anyone has any idea ??

Klein would probably be your best option although its further to humble but an easy drive.It is the closest to Humble except for Spring.Some people like SPring, others don't. Resale wise, Klein is the best if your plan is t buy.. Great school district and nice affordable area to live in..about 20 minutes to The Woodlands..

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If you plan to buy look into Kingwood. It is very close to Humble (15 minutes drive). The internship is temporary so the 30-40 minute drive to the Woodlands is not that bad.

Kingwood is safe and has good schools. Also there are a lot of trees and shade if that is the kind of thing you like.

$150K will buy a small house there in a clean safe area.

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Hi All,

We are planning to move to Houston.

Can anybody point out some nice homes with safe areas?

Your replies will be highly obliged.

Hi Ivers, and welcome to HAIF, and Houston.

Can you provide more information about what kind of home you're looking for? ( price range, what part of town you'd prefer, whether you'd rather buy or rent, concerns about school systems, entertainment, etc.)

Houston offers a variety of options; just let us know what your priorities are.

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