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Relocating To Texas? Carefully Choose Your Neighborhood
In the Words of Davy Crockett after losing his US Congress bid for Tennessee.  "You may all go to hell and I will go to Texas".  Texas is one of the top States that people are relocating today.  So I hope this article is helpful to those who planning the move.
In a perfect world, every neighborhood would resemble Mayberry. Everyone would know each other by name and your next-door neighbor’s yard would always look as manicured as your own. Unfortunately, there’s no such thing as a perfect neighborhood and every zip code has its own pros and cons. Still, there’s nothing worse than having home buyer’s remorse just because of your neighborhood. You might love a house, but if it’s in a problematic area, it could affect everything from resale value to the way you live your daily life. If you’re relocating, protect yourself by watching for the red flags that could warn you something’s not right.

A mass exodus should be a red flag. Image: romakoma/Shutterstock
  Red flag #1: Too much inventory Having a lot of homes to choose from helps drive down prices. Great for a buyer, right? Actually, it depends. Having a lot of inventory ... more

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