Where is the best place to live in Houston, TX?

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Real Estate Agent with Cherry Creek properties FA100044492

Houston is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. It is always changing and evolving. If you are planning to relocate to Houston, you are probably wondering where to start looking for your next home. There are a lot of variable to consider. Where will you need to commute to? Will you have kids attending the public school system? How large of a house do you need? What is your budget?

Finding the best area in Houston is a process that everyone has to go through. I have lisved here for over 20 years and am familiar with every part of Houston. If you want some personal guidance, I will gladly help you out. Each area has it's strengths and weaknesses. Here are some examples of area strengths and weaknesses:

 

Bellaire: Strength: Great Location, Good Schools   Weakness: Less Square Footage for the Money. Older Houses.

The Woodlands:   Strengths: Very Family Friendly, Nice Homes    Weakness:  Long Commute to Houston, Crowded

Katy:  Strengths: Great Home Values, Good Schools    Weakness: Not many trees, Tough Commute

 

There are over 20 different areas to consider in the Houston area. Below is a link to a website that can help anyone who is trying to find the best place in Houston for their personal needs. Here's what you can compare on this site:

  • Crime Rates
  • Places of Worship
  • Shopping
  • School Ratings
  • Home Pricing Trends
  • Area Demographics
  • Much, Much More.
I hope this helps you find the exact are that meets your needs.

CLICK HERE to view the Market Insider for area specific information.


 

 

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Andrew Fortune

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