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Neighborhood Spotlight: Clear Lake and League City

Head towards the coast for Clear Lake or League City to live near the water. These are also booming areas for the aerospace field, high-tech (software, biotechnology, electronics, etc.) and of course tourism. Tourists flock to the area to see Johnson Space Center, commercial fishing, and Armand Bayou Nature Center. There is no shortage of restaurants and entertainment. there are over 125 restaurants...

Neighborhood Spotlight: The Museum District

Don't be fooled by the name, the Museum District has more to offer than museums. While in the area you can of course explore The Contemporary Arts Museum, The Health Museum, The Holocaust Museum, The Houston Museum of Natural Science, to name just a few. The kids in your life will have a blast at The Children's Museum of Houston or the Houston Zoo. In addition to the museums, you can tee off at Hermann...

Neighborhood Spotlight: The Galleria Area

Be part of Houston's hottest area with nonstop shopping, award winning restaurants, and perfectly placed real estate. The Galleria area is bursting with day life, night life, and more. Step inside the largest shopping mall in Texas to visit over 375 retailers, take a spin on the ice rink, or relax in the A/C. With so many dining opportunities, you will never have a shortage of places to choose from for...

Neighborhood Spotlight: Briargrove Park

Briargrove Park is calling you home! This family oriented neighborhood located between Gessner and Sam Houston Tollway has tall towering trees and a love for families. It is not uncommon for children who grew up here to return and raise their own families in this area. It is in the perfect location. Briargrove Park has all the feels of a suburban neighborhood but is more conveniently located near the...

Neighborhood Spotlight: Deer Park

The area of Deer Park sits on the borders of Houston, Sugar Land, and Baytown. It is also near Pasadena and La Porte. It is a historic area that has been around since 1892 by founder Simeon H. West, a farmer, retired legislator, and much-traveled adventurer from Illinois. It is named for large amounts of deer that roam the area. Students attend Deer Park ISD and some area also zone to La Porte ISD. Deer...

Neighborhood Spotlight: Cypress

Welcome to area of Cypress, TX, located off 290, about 24 miles Northwest of Downtown Houston. Roads commonly mentioned as boundaries for the area are FM 529 road as the southern border, HWY 6 and FM 1960 as the eastern border, and HWY 249 as the northern border. The Cypress area ranks 50th in the top 100 highest-income urban areas in the United States. The area of Cypress dates back as far as Indian...

Neighborhood Spotlight: Oak Forest

Beneath the tall and towering trees of Oak Forest lies the third largest group of subdivisions in Harris County. It is located conveniently just north of the loop and east of 290. Oak Forest is home to people of all ages and has recently become a hot spot for growing families. It was voted one of the "Hottest 25 Neighborhoods" in Houston. You can find massive new construction scattered throughout the...

Neighborhood Spotlight: Garden Oaks

Escape the hustle of the City in nearby Garden Oaks. Garden Oaks attracts people who want to establish families or who want a little more for their money than in the Houston Heights or Montrose. Located north of Houston Heights, it's the perfect spot for a closer commute to Downtown, The Med Center, or The Galleria area.   Streets lined with oak, pecan, and pine trees aren't the only...

Neighborhood Spotlight – Sugar Land

Head twenty miles southwest of Downtown Houston and you will find yourself in Eastern Fort Bend County. In 1896 the Imperial Sugar Company bought an existing sugar refinery. They developed the town, then built homes for their employees and their families in the area that encompasses 2,265 acres. The population grew from 2,000 people in the beginning, to 88,156 people today. Sugar Land is the 49th...

Neighborhood Spotlight – College Court Place

Do you want name brand value at a discounted rate? Just off Highway 59 and the 610 Loop, if you take a closer look at College Court Place you can find a place where you can enjoy some of the perks West University Place has to offer, for about 20% less per square foot. In 1910 a governor from Tennessee had a vision of a community of country homes in the city, and his idea became a reality when he...

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