Relocating to Houston, TX
Living & Working in Houston
The nation's fourth largest city, Houston is a vibrant place to live, blending culture, business and family with distinct Texas style. Houston is a familiar name on well-respected "Best of" lists, often cited for its low cost of living (10 percent below the national average), strong economy and range of entertainment options. In fact, Houston was named one of the top cities for families in 2016 and Forbes listed Houston as No. 16 on its list of "America's Coolest City to Live" in 2017 for its diversity and youth. According to 2010 census data, Houston has surpassed NYC to become the most ethnically diverse city in the United States. More than 145 different languages are spoken in Houston. That's the third largest number of languages spoken in any U.S. city.
Whether you are a sports fanatic, theater buff, connoisseur of fine food or prefer spending quality time with the family, Houston's many attributes are sure to intrigue, as will our residential market, where you can get significantly more home for your money.
Fort Bend County is well connected to the rest of the Houston metropolitan area, with convenient access to all areas of the city via various freeways, making it easy to get around.