Move to Houston
Lakewood Yacht Club (LYC) members Chris and Karen Lewis have been displaying their sailing prowess on their J/44 Kenai along the east coast sailing circuit. Kenai's signature Texas Flag is hard to miss on the horizon.
When you are moving to Houston it is good idea to do some research on moving companies.
Here are some tips on places you can begin your moving company research, ensuring that your items are safe and arrive by the way of good hands of a reputable moving company.
• Select a moving company carefully by confirming their license at www.protectyourmove.gov.
Everyone is moving to the great state of Texas these days, especially Houston.
Recently the Texas Association of Realtors published a study that suggests that more people are relocating from California to Texas than any other state. For that matter, in 2015 alone 65,546 people decided to leave California behind and take residence in the Lone Star State.
Moving to the Northwest Houston area and considering a private education for your child? Finding where to start the search can be stressful, especially when you may be new to the area, and not familiar with what all is offered locally. Northwest Houston is full of top-notch premiere private schools to choose from. Located all over the Northwest area: Cypress, Tomball, Spring and more, you are sure to find an option to please you and your family.
DO YOU WANT TO BE WHERE THE PEOPLE ARE?
According to data collected by MSN.com based on population growth by net migration for the 100 largest metro areas in the U.S. from 2010 to 2014 (based on U.S. Census Bureau data), Houston rounds the list ofthe top 20 Best Places People are Moving to in the United States.