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Old 06-19-2008, 08:12 AM
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I grew up in Lubbock, and my folks have lived there for 33 years. They love it, and will never move.

Look for properties in the Lubbock-Cooper school district. This area is growing rapidly, and there are many new real estate developments. The school district is in high demand, and the real estate values are poised for appreciation.

The city is perfect size, not too big, and not too small.

As far as nature goes. Lubock has some of the most beautiful scenery you will ever encounter; you just have to have enough sense to know where to look: the bottom 15% of the sky above the horizon. You will see colors and cloud formations that will blow your mind. This is something I haven't seen since living in central Texas.

Also, an occasional dust storm is much more tolerable than 3 months of Cedar Fever Allergies: Trust me on that.

You also have Texas Tech Football and Basketball (if you are into sports). And there are many great restaurants. Lubbock folks like to eat out a lot, and the market is competitive, making for great food.

After a while, you will run into people you know, everywhere you go. But at the same time, it is big enough where they won't know all your business.

Lubbock's a pretty good place.
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Old 06-19-2008, 02:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Stufrogg View Post

Lubbock's a pretty good place.

And I think it's about to get even better.
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