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KWRus68 --- 9 days ago -

Anyone hearing talk that Kingwood housing market expected to plummet? Hope Its just a nasty rumor, so came here first to check lol. Hearing that the businesses and Home flooding widespread news has caused a very negative impact on house pricing to come. Also the fact that most of flooded shopping centers to NOT rebuild ? Ultra and BEd Bath Beyond. Not sure about old navy? Hope it?s not true. 

*LOL* --- 9 days ago -

My realtor friend said that so much of Houston area flooded that no one area is going to be hit that much more than another. She said homes that did not flood in a desirable area like Kingwood should actually have gains. 

witchywoman --- 9 days ago -

Speculation. All of the above comments. No one really knows at this point which direction it will go. All guesswork 

Zapper009 --- 9 days ago -

This is definitely Rumor Central...

Give it a rest children. 

Emperor of Kingwood --- 9 days ago -

We are considering selling (time to downsize and get out of COH) and we didn't flood. I hoped that translates to increased appreciation.

We want a smaller patio home. 

esquala --- 9 days ago -

We want a smaller patio home.?



You could probably get a good deal on one that flooded. LOL 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 9 days ago -

Hi, Squallie!!! 

Dorothy Parker --- 9 days ago -

As long as the market holds out for another 8 months.... 

jackass --- 9 days ago -

So glad I sold that place when I did... 

Gigix4 --- 9 days ago -

So glad I sold that place when I did...

I just have to ask jackass - did the house flood that you sold? 

esquala --- 9 days ago -

Hi, Squallie!!!?



Tatty! Fancy seeing you here. 

jackass --- 8 days ago -

I just have to ask jackass - did the house flood that you sold?


Honestly I don?t really know, if sand creek flooded it probably did... 

witchywoman --- 8 days ago -

Depends. Where in Sand Creek? 

OLDBIKER --- 7 days ago -

You could probably get a good deal on one that flooded. LOL



are you 13,not really funny. 

snowprincess --- 7 days ago -

Stop and think about it. If you were a homebuyer would you buy in a community that was flooded a mile away from the river and had a flooded out high school (twice) or would you buy in a neighboring community? I think that answers your question. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 7 days ago -

Snowprincess, this is true however:

*LOL* --- 2 days ago - edit - quote - put user in the ice box - put user in the ice box and remove recent comments - hide comments
"My realtor friend said that so much of Houston area flooded that no one area is going to be hit that much more than another. She said homes that did not flood in a desirable area like Kingwood should actually have gains. "

Almost every area had some flooding close to them. If you get relocated here, you have to pick somewhere. 

Judas --- 6 days ago -

Snowprincess, this is true however:



Nope. It is opinion. Just like everything else you spew around here. 

jackass --- 6 days ago -

It did. 

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