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SAINTaholic

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Nov 11, 2010
 

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Phillip wrote:
Sendera Ranch - If you like Rap music blaring at 3 am, 20 inch chrome wheels, crack pipes, gold teeth, and dudes who look like Huggy Bear and begin their sentences with " Word on the street is..." then you will fit right in this neigborhood known as the 9th Ward of the Alliance area!
Seriously, you must be talking about a different Sendera Ranch.
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Because of Sendera, Walmart is building another white trash magnet right in our back yard. There are already 5 walmarts within 15 minutes of this area, the 5 acre lots across Avondale are all moving out, the traffic is terrible. These house were built under pressure of 60 days from ground breaking to signing, typical track homes that no one could afford, thats part of the housing problem in this country. Sendera has been a nighmare to us who have lived here, with actual acreage, in the country to get away from white trash neighborhoods.
Mean Joe Green

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Native wrote:
Because of Sendera, Walmart is building another white trash magnet right in our back yard. There are already 5 walmarts within 15 minutes of this area, the 5 acre lots across Avondale are all moving out, the traffic is terrible. These house were built under pressure of 60 days from ground breaking to signing, typical track homes that no one could afford, thats part of the housing problem in this country. Sendera has been a nighmare to us who have lived here, with actual acreage, in the country to get away from white trash neighborhoods.
You said it brother! This place is the white trash version of Knots Landing! Throw in a wal mart and the meth and keystone beer will flow like ice cream and cake and a kiddie birthday party!!!
Melissa

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Me and my husband just moved there with our 2 kids. The schools are good and we have had no problem. I love the fact that we feel in the country and our backyard looks out to nothing. I love our place.
SAINTaholic

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Just an update....... My wife and I have been in Sendera Ranch now for over 6 months. Now that the relative "newness" has worn off, I can honestly say that we still absolutely love it. We couldnt ask for more perfect neighbors, and just like the post above this one states; the view in our backyard gives us the feeling of being in the country but yet only 20 minutes away from the city.
Adam

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For people who are considering Sendera Ranch, do not listen to the people who are jumping up and down at how horrible it is. My wife and I have lived there for 2 years and are extremely happy with the area.

Right now they just finished building the second elementary school in the area, and was updated today that construction of a new wal-mart (September 2011)at 287 and Avondale-Haslet and expansion of Avondale-Haslet to 4 lanes will begin in July.

I would trust that people are smart enough to realise when people use stereotypical, thinly masked hate speak, not to listen. These people probably bought a house they couldn't afford and have to blame someone else for their problems when they tried to sell it in a down economy. I can say that we bought a foreclosed house and were a little worried but our worries were unfounded.

If you are looking for the best "bang for your buck" Sendera Ranch is the place for you.
Adam

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Phillip wrote:
Sendera Ranch - If you like Rap music blaring at 3 am, 20 inch chrome wheels, crack pipes, gold teeth, and dudes who look like Huggy Bear and begin their sentences with " Word on the street is..." then you will fit right in this neigborhood known as the 9th Ward of the Alliance area!
If you like trailer parks, NASCAR, BUSCH light, NO teeth, Marlboro reds, country music about incest, pick'em up trucks, and domestic abuse. Move to where this guy lives. Known as the KKK rally of where ever this dude is from.
4mama

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Aug 4, 2011
 
I am moving to the Haslet area. For those of you who don't recommend Sendera Ranch, do you have any suggestions of a better area to look for a home? We have school aged kids so the safety and quality of the schools is very important to us.
SAINTaholic

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4mama wrote:
I am moving to the Haslet area. For those of you who don't recommend Sendera Ranch, do you have any suggestions of a better area to look for a home? We have school aged kids so the safety and quality of the schools is very important to us.

Without question Sendera Ranch is the best place in Haslet to live. As another poster stated above: They just completed the 2nd elementary school and have already started the new construction for the first J.R. High School. All these schools are located actually in the Sendera Ranch sub-division so there's no need for the children to have to be driven any excessive distances or travel thru any major streets / highways. Good luck in your search.
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Aug 19, 2011
 
SAINTaholic wrote:
<quoted text>Without question Sendera Ranch is the best place in Haslet to live. As another poster stated above: They just completed the 2nd elementary school and have already started the new construction for the first J.R. High School. All these schools are located actually in the Sendera Ranch sub-division so there's no need for the children to have to be driven any excessive distances or travel thru any major streets / highways. Good luck in your search.
Thanks for the feedback :)
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Sep 20, 2011
 
Hello there SAINTaholic I was wondering where I should go to get electric turned on. Just bought a hose in Sendera Ranch and should close this week. I'm from Florida and have been trying to find out about the water and electric. Sure would appreciate any info.
Going to be there working on the house in the next week are so. I was South of that area looking for a ship in Feb 2003 It was cold but it seemed taht everyone was so friendly. I had no idea I would be moving there, and out daughter teaches at an elementary school about 5 minutes from there. I look forward to moving in and having fun.
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Sendera Ranch is not a perfect place, I will agree. But I truly think many of those who are complaining about it have quickly forgot that the grass isnt any greener in other places. As stated in a few of my previous posts, we recently moved to SR and yes we did search extensively / numerous areas. Our findings were that you do get much more house in SR than in most other areas. My suggestion to you is; prior to selling, go and have a very realistic feel as to what price range of a house you would be in the market for and then actively search the areas in which you prefer to move to. I truly think that you will find it very very difficult to upgrade. In regards to HOA and "broken promises", these are prominent everywhere; especially in this economy. It's easy to look at the flaws in our areas, but very difficult to see the flaws in locations which we do not necessarily live in.
SAINTaholic

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Sep 21, 2011
 
Dave wrote:
Hello there SAINTaholic I was wondering where I should go to get electric turned on. Just bought a hose in Sendera Ranch and should close this week. I'm from Florida and have been trying to find out about the water and electric. Sure would appreciate any info.
Going to be there working on the house in the next week are so. I was South of that area looking for a ship in Feb 2003 It was cold but it seemed taht everyone was so friendly. I had no idea I would be moving there, and out daughter teaches at an elementary school about 5 minutes from there. I look forward to moving in and having fun. <quoted text>


Dave,

First of all, welcome to SR. I think you'll find that SR is a very decent community in which as you become more familiar with the surrounding areas, it's indeed a place where you get MUCH MUCH more for the money (primarily due to the fact that it is a little further out than most metroplex neighborhoods. For example, if you purchased the exact same model / floorplan in Euless, Grapevine, or Hurst you would easily pay 40K more). Ok, on to the answers to your question. There are a few different "electric" companies to choose from, but we use Direct Energy. My suggestion is to contact them and go from there. In regards to water, I am not sure on who we use (really my wife takes care of all the bills). BUT, you can easily go any of the Model Homes in the front of the sub-division and ask those questions. You can also go to the SR HOF Office in which I'm very sure they will help you as well. Good luck, and once again welcome.
uncle santen

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U hate this place trains 24 hours a day dis trucks blaring their country music and planes flying above you I give 5 dollars for alot
Adam

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Oct 14, 2011
 
4mama wrote:
I am moving to the Haslet area. For those of you who don't recommend Sendera Ranch, do you have any suggestions of a better area to look for a home? We have school aged kids so the safety and quality of the schools is very important to us.
Sendera Ranch has 2 Elementary School (1 is brand new, just opened this year.) and is currently building a Middle School. The majority of people complaining are upset about the housing development in general. They moved out to the area to get away from the normal "suburban life" and a suburb popped up around them.

I have lived in Sendera Ranch for 2 years now and besides the random teenage kid with a sound system in the car, this is a great place to live. The area is growing, Northwest ISD is a great school district, and even though, yes there is a Wal-mart being built, but it is over 5 miles away. If you would like to look at the distance from Sendera Ranch, look at Google Maps and search for HWY 287 and Avondale-Haslet Road. There is a separate housing development it will affect, but Sendera Ranch is a good distance away.

Hope this helps. If you have any other questions let me know.

Thanks.
SAINTaholic

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uncle santen wrote:
U hate this place trains 24 hours a day dis trucks blaring their country music and planes flying above you I give 5 dollars for alot
The fact that you can't use proper punctuation, I wouldnt want you in my neighborhood anyway. That being said, I think I'll keep my $5 and you can stay just where you are now.
mama g

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#36
Oct 17, 2011
 
Is there a Catholic church nearby?
GoRangers

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Oct 24, 2011
 
Check out WWW.crimemapping.com

SR is not that bad of a community. The homes on the smaller lots (north east side of Sendera Ranch Blvd/Diamondback) tend to attract the most crime. The schools are great and many of the neighbors are great and friendly. FYI, there are quite a few police officers and firemen that live in the neighborhood. Like any other place, there are pleasant and not so pleasant people. Big rims, stock rims, loud music, classical music, you'll find it all everywhere; SR is no different. Due to the affordability of the homes some of the homes have been converted to rental properties which do not do well. The airplanes overhead are not an issue. We live by an airport, but the runways run north and south and we live west of it. Getting stuck at a train is a common occurrence, but if you take Willow Springs to Hwy 287, you will bypass any train. I have lived in SR for 6 years and enjoy my neighborhood and all of my neighbors. However, you will find a lot of disappointment with the HOA. In my opinion, its a waste of money and its going to pay off a loan left by the developer which did not deliver all of the amenities. If you move to SR, I recommend the areas near Moonlake, Victory Bells, Fence Post, Bassett Hound, west portion of Diamondback or in the very back of the subdivision that is being built. Best of luck to you in your home search.
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....and our homes weren't built in 60 days! LOL
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Richard wrote:
Sendera Ranch is a parasite to the country life those of use who have lived in the Haslet area for years used to enjoy. The road leading to it is one lane and the congestion is ridiculous. What used to be a peaceful, country area is now infested with lower-class thugs and their tiny identical houses stacked 10-per-acre. And a Wal-Mart?? Are you kidding me? Can poor people not live without one of those trash-magnets less than a mile away? I feel bad for the golf course residents who built their half million dollar houses years ago, not knowing that something low class like Sendera Ranch would show up and trash their property values. Not to mention the Fort Worth cops that are everywhere now due to the increased traffic. Back in the day I would go weeks without seeing one, now I can't leave the house without getting pulled over. I'm moving out of this area as soon as I can.
Sounds like the community will have one less criminal, or speeder. As for us thugs, we weren raised with manners and dignity. Perhaps loading up your BMW and setting out towards Dallas will make help make the community a better place.
mama g

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Jared wrote:
<quoted text>Sounds like the community will have one less criminal, or speeder. As for us thugs, we weren raised with manners and dignity. Perhaps loading up your BMW and setting out towards Dallas will make help make the community a better place.
I guess I won't be expecting a house warming gift from Richard...lol

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