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any information about houston for newcomer

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Posted on Aug 05, 2021 in Topic: Realtor Only
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Dinora Rubio
about 2 months ago
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Greater Houston is the most ethnically diverse metropolitan area in the United States. At least 145 languages are spoken by city residents, and 90 nations have consular representation in the city.

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https://www.houstontx.gov/abouthouston/houstonfacts.html

about 2 months ago
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Peter Wright
about 2 months ago
Not sure where you are coming from, but be prepared to drive a LOT. At certain times of the year you can experience all 4 seasons in one day, so dress accordingly. The people are great and extremely diverse. The food culture here is also great and extremely diverse. Those are just a few things you can expect, welcome to Houston!


about 2 months ago
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Tami Johnson
about 2 months ago
Welcome to Houston Metropolitan Area! I hope you love here. Hiring the perfect Realtor for you is the first step. You’ll want to get settled with consideration of commute to work, convenient access to shopping and entertainment; and good schools.


about 2 months ago
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Rebecca Anderson
about 2 months ago
Welcome to Houston! I moved here from the Northeast about 5 years ago. One of the most striking differences for me is the amount of rain that falls at any given time. It doesn’t just rain here, it RAINS! So, if you are planning to drive anywhere be sure to keep an eye on the sky and never drive through high water!


about 2 months ago
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Joe Applewhite
about 2 months ago
Food. Food. Food. Some of the best restaurants and chefs in the world. Amazing BBQ. Rodeo. Museums. Water Parks. Roller Coasters. Galveston Beach. Friendly People. Skydiving. Texans. Rockets. Astros. Majors. Minors. Excellent Schools/Colleges. City. Burbs. Lakes. Golf. Concerts. Comedy. Ice Skating. Jobs Available Everywhere. Attractions Galore. Something For Everyone. AND WHATABURGER


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My Noggin


about 2 months ago
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Deborah Burr
about 2 months ago
Check out this link from Berkshire Hathaway!!! Enjoy!

http://www.sunraydirect.com/HoustonTX3/BHHSPremier/?page

Debbie Burr
Berkshire Hathaway
Premier Properties
Debbie.A.Burr@gmail.com


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Lynn Breedlove our Berkshire Hathaway Premier Properties Relocation Director


about 2 months ago
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Gabriela DeLaTorre
about 2 months ago
Find a place that is closer to work or family / friends. Suburbs are great option if you would like a yard or are looking for parks, great public schools and a place to raise a family. If you are looking for a job, Houston has opportunities because of the diverse industries like medical, tech, energy, education, construction and financial. Despite the heat this city and its suburbs its a great place to live. Hope this helps!


about 2 months ago
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Laura Weisman
about 2 months ago
As far as finding a home or area to live, the most important thing to know about Houston is that it is so large and spread out, it is comprised of many, many submarkets.
And each submarket and suburb of Houston — as well as the interior areas of Houston — have a very different feel – almost like you’re in multiple, very different small towns. Due your due diligence and find a Realtor who truly knows the area and nuances of each community.

Also, don’t forget to factor in your daily commute - to work, the gym, places you frequent, and friends and family member’s homes at the times of day you will likely be driving.

Find an area that speaks to you…that you really resonate with the vibe of the neighborhood, surrounding areas, and people. And research and experience in-person, all the different areas before deciding on a place to settle.


about 2 months ago
Disclaimer: Answers provided are just opinions and should not be accepted as advice.
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