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Porter, TX Cash Advance and Title Loans

Loan Options in Porter, TX Loan Limit*
Cash Advance/Installment Loans $3,000
Title Loans $20,000

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23607 Kelly Joe Smith Rd, Porter, TX 77365

Phone: (281) 354-5439

Store Hours: 9-7 M-F, 9-3 Sat

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Landmarks:

6 miles north of Deerbrook Mall. 4 miles north of Lone Star College - Kingwood.

Public Transit:

Not Available

Driving Directions:

From Deerbrook Mall head north on Highway 59 for 6 miles and take the FM 1314 Porter, Conroe exit. Had north on the service road for approximately 1 mile and turn right onto FM 1314. Make a quick left at the Walmart sign onto Kelly Joe Smith Road. The Cash Store will be on your right, facing Walmart.

More information about Porter, Texas

At the intersection of FM 1314 and Texas State Highway 494, you can find the town of Porter, Texas. Officially, Porter is not an incorporated municipality, which means it does not govern itself. Porter is currently administered by Montgomery County and, for education, is controlled by the New Caney Independent School District. Nevertheless, Porter has a long and rich history that goes back to the 1800’s. In fact, at one point in time, Porter, Texas was the county seat of Montgomery County.

Today, there are about 26,000 people that live in Porter, TX. By most indications, these residents can look forward to a positive economic outlook. Porter has a lower unemployment rate and cost of living than the rest of the United States with a higher job growth rate and higher average household income. A testament to this positive economic outlook can be seen in its tremendous population growth in the past few decades. Today, Porter has more than 10 times the people it had as recently as 1970, when the town’s population was just over 2,000 residents.
Porter, TX Facts
Estimated Population 26,500
Population Density 721 per square mile
Population Change since 2000 68%
Median Age of Residents 33
Median Age of Residents 8,900
Porter, TX Economic Facts
Median Household Income $55,274.00
Income per Capita $23,730.00
Unemployment Rate 6.60%
Job Growth Rate 2.03%
Porter, TX Housing Facts
Median Home Price $168,100.00
Average Apartment Rent - 1 Bedroom $770.00
Average Apartment Rent - 2 Bedrooms $970.00
Porter, TX Sporting Event Costs
Porter High School Football $6.00
New Caney High School Football $6.00


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