Find Your New Home in Houston, Texas
The biggest city in Texas has it all. Diverse culture. Delicious food. State-of-the-art museums and one-of-a-kind experiences. Beautiful nature spots like Memorial Park dot the landscape, perfect for bicyclists, joggers, and dog walkers.
Conroe is one of the fastest-growing submarkets in the state. Known for its charming downtown and easy access to some of Texas's beautiful state parks, this expanding community located north of Houston is quickly becoming a favorite among homeowners.
Humble / Kingwood
Northeast Houston features a collection of charming communities that each offer something a little different for homeowners, including Kingwood, Humble, New Caney, Splendora, and Porter. Whether golfing, cruising Lake Houston, exploring the outdoors, or all of the above, life in this neck of the woods is just a bit simpler.
Huntsville combines the best of big-city convenience with more laid-back living. Located about an hour north of Houston, this scenic community offers excellent access to Sam Houston National Forest, Sam Houston State University, and Texas bluebonnet sightseeing, plus short trips into College Station as well as The Woodlands.
Katy / Brookshire
Shopping, drinking, dining, and more: Katy stands out as one of the most exciting communities in the Houston metro.
Pearland offers a little something for everyone. Located south of the Houston city center, this community features beautiful parkland and urban trails, short drives to the Texas Medical Center, shopping at Pearland Town Center, historical sites, family-friendly fun, and easy access to everything there is to do and see in Houston.
Residents love Spring for its proximity to Houston proper, charming Old Town, nearby outdoor areas, and more.
Willis may be one of the best-kept secrets in north Houston. With Lake Conroe less than 15 minutes away plus Conroe and The Woodlands only a short drive down the road via I-45—and plenty more—there's so much to enjoy about this scenic, charming community that it's no wonder the city is growing.