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must-see on msn
the city of pflugerville grew nearly 200% from 2000 to 2010 census
16335 in 2000 census and 46,936 in the 2010 census
pflugerville is next to round rock so one wonders how it was missed.
but like most items on msn and realtor they never get the facts actually right
who the F#%K wrote this?
is this a joke? henderson is in nevada. reno/sparks are in nevada.
i have a home in nevada. lost over $100,000. know others who have lost more.
i lost my job (the same job that allowed me to buy a house in sparks) in sparks & vegas.
what a joke.
The vast majority of these fast-growing "cities" are mere exurbs of major sun-belt metropoles like Miami, Dallas, and Los Angeles.
As poster National Negotiators mentioned before me: what goes up MUST come down. Growth in these "communities" comes at the expense of other communities within the same metropolitan area. This is not good sign; it's actually the effect of the bad urban policies we have in America. People and businesses leave older, established communities, which then lose their tax base, and become urban (or suburban) wastelands. It's a system that keeps repeating itself, and is such a waste of land and resources.
The folks that write these articles have absolutely NO knowledge on housing, transport, and urban issues.
Port St. Lucie sounds great except directions are a little off.
Last time I was there it was about 2 hours NORTH of Ft. Lauderdale.
Rambo 2 is right......if south would really be water front property.
Why in texas?... really? when i first looked at im thinkin wow possible cool fruitful, relocate? what ? media controls masses of sheep? baaaa
It is good to know that in 3 years the air in Frisco will be clean enough to breathe... what about for those who have lived in Frisco for the past 40 years breathing air highly contaminated by lead????
EPA: Frisco air has to much lead under new rules.
Inc., which crushes and recycles used automotive and industrial batteries, are among the highest in the south-central U.S., the newspaper said.