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Do you live in westwood? Do you like or dislike your gehan home?

What about the neighborhood? Seems like many moved there due to low tax rate - are you pleased with that choice or would you have rather moved into the higher taxed neighborhood that gehan is building in across the stret from westwood, westover park? The tax rate is a selling point for the salespeople. Would truly value responses of area residents.

This home looks great but really want to know if it is outside of what salespeople say. . . .

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Many complaints on here from all over but am hoping to see neighborhood specific comments.

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Anonymous
League City, Texas, United States #681938

I live on West Fork and love our house. While we had some trouble during the building of the house initially, it all got worked out in the end and we love our house. You just have to stay on them. Every builder has the same problems. The neighborhood is growing by leeps and bounds. When we moved in, almost 2 years ago, we were the only gehan house on the block, and second all together, and now our street has one lot left.

The tax rate difference is pretty significant. $2500-$3500 less a year to live across the street in the same quality home. Its a no brainer to me.

FYI, our house is 4k sqft and our house has a worst case scenario of $250 electric bill kept at 72 degrees. That's a pretty good indicator of how well our house is built.

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