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Humble, pronounced without the H, has a population of around 17,000 and is located in Harris County 17 miles north of downtown Houston. Humble became an oil boomtown after 1903 when oil was discovered there.
Humble has a large number of young professionals, young families, and immigrants in the area with roughly 15% of the residents being between 25-34 years old and about 17% of the population being born outside of the US.
Roughly half of the homes in the area were built in the 70s or the 80s. About 1/3 of the homes have been built in the 90s or after. The median home age in Humble is 34 years, 6 years newer than the national average.
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Spring, Texas is located north of downtown Houston by about 25 miles and lies east of 45 and mostly south of Grand Parkway. Spring was named #5 on CNN Money Magazine’s most affordable places to live, back in 2010. The population was roughly 58,000 at the end of 2019. The food scene in Spring is marked by many bars and restaurants with 11.7 per capita.
In early 2020 Spring had a median home price of $200,498, according to HoustonProperties.com. The median age of homes in Spring is only 30 years, much newer than the national average of 40 years. The two big housing booms in the area were between the 1970s and between 2000-2008. The property tax rate is roughly double the national average. Lots of homes are owned rather than rented, with nearly 70% owning the home.
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Atascocita, TX is bordered by Lake Houston and is roughly 30 minutes northeast of downtown Houston. Atascocita was named one of the “Best Places to Retire” by U.S. News & World Report. The population was roughly 66,000 in 2020.
Most homes were built between 2000 and 2008, with 11% of housing being even newer. The median home age is just 17 years, much newer than the national average of 40 years.
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Alvin is located 24 miles south of downtown Houston and near the Gulf of Mexico. Residents can be either on the water or in a major city in about 30 minutes. Alvin is in Brazoria County, as opposed to most of Houston, which is in Harris County.
The land was originally granted to the Houston Tap and Brazoria Railroad. Nearby attractions include Brazoria County Museum, Space Center Houston, Nolan Ryan Center, and the 1940 Air Terminal Museum.
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