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Old 09-10-2013, 10:33 PM
 
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We are looking at possibly buying an older home in Cypress. In the Bonaire neighborhood. Is this ?a safe area? Also do you think housing prices will increase in that area if we want to sell at some point. It seems like the area toward Spring Stubner is going to boom along with other area closer to where the Exxon facility will be. Also I know the Grand Parkway will be going in. What effect will that have on the Cypress area? Thanks in advance for any comments.
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Old 09-11-2013, 09:16 PM
 
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The Grand Parkway will most likely have no affect whatsoever on Bonaire, I would imagine. The only parts of Cypress that may be affected, will be further down, near Fry.

You bring up Spring Stuebner, which is nowhere near Cypress, so that throws me a bit. It, however will be very close, if not practically a feeder road, of the GP.

To answer your question about values and safe areas, both are impossible to predict, due to many factors. As far as safety goes, both that part of Cypress, and that part of Spring are equal, IMO.
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Old 09-11-2013, 09:30 PM
 
Location: Cinco Dinero
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We lived in Oak Cliff Place... just a few blocks south of Bonaire. I think Bonaire is certainly safe enough. I don't think home values in this price range will be affected by Exxon or the Grand Parkway though.

We enjoyed our time in Oak Cliff Place, and for the prices would rather live in that area than cheapie new builds. The schools are pretty good, and access to good retail, services, and hospital. Oak Cliff Place went to Milsap which rated exemplary at least in the recent past. Bonaire, west of Huffmeister went to Lamkin, and east of Huffmeister went to Adams.

Look into Ravensway too. It's a tiny bit more, but people really love living there and homes are affordable. Some of them have that crazy 80s architecture though!
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