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05-25-2013, 09:55 PM
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SouthernHab
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Originally Posted by L4vK View Post
With the job I do and what my GF is almost done in university whit, I would rather be in Texas !

I am sick of Montreal, really, I don't find the appeal at all TBH. The traffic is just too much for me, and don't get me started on the Tax/PQ/Socialist BS.
I have friends who live in Kingwood, TX, a suburb of Houston........MUCH nicer than Pasadena.

This will make you want to move to Kingwood....

http://www.realtor.com/realestateand...-42056?row=122

13 year old house, 2700+ square feet for $159,000.

Houston traffic sucks though.

No basements in Houston because the water table is higher. If you built a house in Houston with a basement, you would have an indoor swimming pool.

The Southern part of the U.S. was not hit as hard by the economic downturn as the rest of the country. The housing bubble burst the biggest in states like California, Nevada, and in the NorthEast.

With the heat and humidity in Texas, you would be a very busy man working HVAC.

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