This spacious 2-story corner lot home shows owner's respect for next owners. They have invested in making sure it is move-in ready the day of closing! Updates have been m...
Listing courtesy of Roxana Sinisterra from United Real Estate
JUST LIKE NEW! Incredible 2017 Built One-Story! Immaculate Condition Inside & Out! Pretty Elevation - Versatile Study/Formal Dining Area! Wonderful Kitchen - Energy Effic...
Listing courtesy of Chanarith Williams from JLA Realty
WOW!! What an amazing house! High ceilings greet you as soon as you enter the home and carry through to the living room. Completely open floor plan is perfect for ente...
Listing courtesy of Liz Guevara Backman from Keller Williams Realty -SW
This beautiful home is convenient to Longenbaugh, FM 529, and Hwy 6 yet only five houses away from Southdown Village Community Park/Pool and Lowery Elementary. The Perry ...
Listing courtesy of Lisa Overby from McCallum Realty
Welcome to the serene, tree-lined neighborhood of Copperfield Southcreek!! This home is ideally located on a culdesac and is walking distance to the neighborhood park. It...
Listing courtesy of Callee Maglothin from Keller Williams Realty
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Not finding what you like in Houston? The Houston area has many suburbs due to its large size. Here are five of the best suburbs to live in, according to resident surveys.
West University Place: West University Place was recently named the best city to live in Texas by 24/7 Wall St. based on over two dozen measures including safety, range of entertainment options and economy. The wealthy suburb is near Rice University and has the state’s highest concentration of households with incomes $150,000 or greater.
The Woodlands: Located 28 miles north of Houston, The Woodlands, which is comprised of nine villages, is home to several corporate headquarters such as Chevron Phillips Chemical, ExxonMobil and Halliburton, as well as renowned concert venue the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.
Sugar Land: Sugar Land’s unique name comes from the sugar plantation that called the area home in the 19th century. Today, Imperial Sugar has taken its place. The suburb has been called one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas, and residents enjoy a wide variety of entertainment at the Smart Financial Centre concert venue and can watch minor league baseball team the Sugar Land Skeeters play at Constellation Field.
Katy: Located 29 miles from Houston, Katy was founded in the mid-1890s as a railroad town along the MKT Railroad, from which it also gets its name. The city is known for its high school football excellence, with the Katy Tigers ranking as the third most dominant Texas football program.
Clear Lake City: With 19 marinas and more than 7,000 boat slips in Clear Lake City, it’s no surprise that it has the third largest concentration of pleasure boats in the U.S. The suburb has its own lake and is home to many Boeing and NASA employees due to the proximity of their headquarters.
Experts say that while the Houston real estate market broke sales and price records in 2018, it has experienced a mixed performance in the last few months. However, home sales are beginning to rise among homes between $150,000 and $750,000, and it is predicted that home values will continue to increase in 2019 and into 2020.
The fourth largest city in America has a lot to offer its residents. From a diverse population (over 145 languages are spoken in the city) to the world’s largest rodeo, there is no shortage of cultural experiences for Houstonians to enjoy, which may be why the population has rapidly increased to 2.3 million.
Houston is a desirable place for big business as well. “H-Town” has the second-highest number of Fortune 500 companies, and a little space organization known as NASA also calls the Bayou City home.
Houston is home to a largely diverse population that is represented through a distinctive range of options in which Houstonians can immerse themselves. Asiatown, for example, is bursting with Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Taiwanese, Malaysian, Japanese, Korean, and even more cultural offerings, from food, shopping, spa treatments and beyond.
The Museum District in Houston is another great place to get your culture fix. More than 8.9 million people annually take in the 19 museums, including the nation’s sixth largest art museum, natural science museums and more.
In Texas, barbecue is King, and Houston claims to reign supreme when it comes to the meats (as most Texas cities do). If you don’t have time to visit all the barbecue joints in Houston, you might consider buying a ticket to Houston Barbecue Festival, or even the Bar-B-Que Contest at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Aside from the brisket, Houston has made a name for itself in the culinary world and has been touted as one of the more underrated restaurant cities to watch. In fact, restaurateur and Ugly Delicious host David Chang called Houston the Food Capital of America thanks to its diversity that brought about interesting hybrid cuisine such as Viet-Cajun (a fusion of Vietnamese and Cajun food).