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If you are in your 20s and living in Houston could you tell me about the city. Im considering moving there!?

Apartment rental prices? Nightlife? Things to do? This will help me decide if I should choose a job offer in Houston. Thanks!

Asked By: Nicole - 11/4/2006
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Apartment reantal prices depend on where you live...and if you choose an apartment, I would suggest living in the 'burbs...like in Katy. I am not sure where you are at now, but you will find some of the lowest home prices if/when you look to buy. If you want to rent a house here is a great website to check out: http... More
Answered By: andreapie - 11/8/2006
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take me with you please....(just kiddin) i lived there about 20 yrs ago,and i know the cost of places to live,were expensive back then.it's a beautiful place,i'd love to go back..there is plenty to do down there,and plenty to see..i'll take your job offer,if you don't..good luck.. :)
Answered By: curious1 - 11/4/2006
 
Don't unless you are a cow-girl or a police woman. It is very violent and has mountains of spagetti-highways. I lived there 10 years and still in the best part. I will not go back to live there. I rent my house in Springbranch at the intersection of Longpoint and Hillcroft, North of Westheimer, in East Houston. Texan... More
Answered By: Nicolette - 11/4/2006
 
I lived here for the past 13 years, it is really a fun city, it so huge that Southwest, Northside, eastside and westside have their own clubs and bars. Downtown mainstreet is always crunk on the weekends. WE had superbowl, all star for baseball and basketball and other stuff. For a 23 year old who went to college here... More
Answered By: shayf2001 - 11/7/2006
 
HOT and HUMID!
Answered By: JDJ - 11/7/2006
 
it hot...really really hot we rarely get rain and i mean rarely
Answered By: higiniomarquez@sbcglobal.net - 11/7/2006
 
I'll move to Waller, Texas next month (Dec) then around April, I may move to Houston to live there forever, but I'm still debating if it's a right and good choice. I had 2 options :Houston, TX or Toms River, NJ. Please help since your opinions about Houston kinda freak me out
Answered By: Binh - 11/8/2006
 
Pros-Lots to do, low cost of living, friendly people Cons-hot & humid, traffic, really big, did I mention hot & humid?
Answered By: mattinhoustontx - 11/8/2006
 
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