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Old 08-21-2007, 08:26 PM
 
Location: West Michigan
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Hi everyone, first time poster here. I have recently moved from Michigan back near the Houston area about a month ago (staying with my mom temporarily) until I can work on getting my own place again. Having grew up in Houston, I am pretty much familiar with most of the areas.

However, I do not like Harris County and want to live in a different county where is somewhat less crowding. I am looking to Liberty County which would be NE of Houston and maybe Montgomery county if anything there catches my eye.

Does anyone here, who have either lived or know anything about Liberty County, can give me any ideas on land availability, housing and such like that? Cost of living in that area? Since my CDL and both my cars are still Michigan registered, I would like to wait to register them until I move into the county of my choice because I really don't want to have to do an address change twice, but I don't know if this is possible.

I am not a big city person so I dont really care to be in neighborhoods much so I want to look into some land so as to look into building my own home soon, which I know may take a little time. Any ideas or thoughts?
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Old 08-21-2007, 08:38 PM
 
Location: A little suburb of Houston
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Some nice areas on the north side of I-10 between Dayton and I-10 I believe along 563. Nice forested lots you can build on. Friend of mine lives over there and loves it. Not too bad a commute to Baytown or the east side of Houston. Where will you be working?
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