The Hunchback

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Apartment #1: Rent around $500 - $800 Name of Complex: Casa Palmas Address: 3500 Red Bluff Road, Pasadena TX 77503 Rent | Square Feet | Deposit | Utilities Included | Total Cost Per Year | $535 | 490 ft² | $100 | Water & Garbage | $6,520 |

Apartment #1: Rent around $500 - $800 Name of Complex: Casa Palmas Address: 3500 Red Bluff Road, Pasadena TX 77503 Rent | Square Feet | Deposit | Utilities Included | Total Cost Per Year | $535 | 490 ft² | $100 | Water & Garbage | $6,520 |

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Apartment #2: Rent around $800 - $1200 Name of Complex: Ravello at Tuscan Lakes Address: 1750 E League City Parkway League City, TX 77573 Rent | Square Feet | Deposit | Utilities Included | Total Cost Per Year | $1095 | 946 ft² | $100 | Water & Garbage | $13,240 |

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