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Old 01-19-2009, 04:42 PM
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Looking to relocate to the West Texas area for job. Need to be either in Lubbock or southeast of Lubbock. District Manager for locations in Midland, Lubbock, and Amarillo. Have family obligations in Dallas area so will have to commute periodically to Dallas. I cannot seem to find homes for rent/lease in this area to fit my needs for residence. I need a 4 bedroom home with minimum of 2000 sq feet. There does not seem to be hardly any homes for lease in Lubbock county listed online. Any help/info would be appreciated.
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Old 01-19-2009, 07:31 PM
Location: Denver via Austin
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You're right about most of the homes in Lubbock with your requirements are for sale, not for rent from what I'm seeing. There are only five homes that come up on this website. The only one I would suggest would be the first one.
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How long are you planning on living here? If it is for an extended length of time you might be better off buying a home in SW Lubbock and selling it a few years later. Lubbock's housing market is doing very well and you would probably make a profit. Contact the realtor's association at the number on this website and let them know what you're looking for (we're not allowed to post phone numbers). Just make sure to stay west of University.
Lubbock Association of REALTORS
If you have anymore questions, just post them.
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Old 01-20-2009, 09:52 AM
Location: Tornadoes and horny toads, Texas.
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If you haven't already been there try, the Apts/Housing section of Craig's List for Lubbock at craigslist: lubbock classifieds for jobs, apartments, personals, for sale, services, community, and events.

Sorry but either my Firefox browser has become corrupted or the "Insert Link" on C-D doesn't seem to be working this morning. I'm unable to simply post the URL to Craig's List for some reason.

You may also want to post a free ad at Craig's List regarding what you are seeing.

Best of luck. Lubbock is a great town.
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Old 01-20-2009, 11:49 AM
Location: West Texas
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Try the Tech Terrace part of town. That's the neighborhood immediately south of Texas Tech. It's a nice, older neighborhood, with a "university village" feel to it.
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