New Homes in Houston

D.R. Horton, Inc. - Texas Two Step Home Sale

Come on out to the D.R. Horton Texas Two Step - March 1 - April 2, 2017.  

Purchase a new D.R. Horton, Inc., EMERALD or Express Home in their North Houston Division and lasso LOWER PRICES on select inventory homes that close on or before 5/31/17.  Saddle up for MORE savings with a new home move-in package including: washer/dryer, stainless steel refrigerator, 2" faux blinds, garage door opener + up to $7,000 towards closing costs!*

New Concept for Multi-Generational Households, Next Gen, Now Available Throughout Houston Lennar, Village Builders Introduces New Plans With Two Homes Under One Roof

Two leading new home builders, Lennar and Village Builders, have introduced a series of re-designed plans now available in more than 60 Houston communities which offer two homes under one roof – welcome news for the growing number of families living with an elderly parent or in other dual-living arrangements.

TOLL BROTHERS ANNOUNCES TWO MODEL HOMES NOW OPEN AT NORTHGROVE AT SPRING CREEK

Recognized for the best in Texas homebuilding a remarkable five times in the past eight years, Toll Brothers unveils two professionally decorated model homes at the new NorthGrove at Spring Creek master planned community in Magnolia, Texas in southern Montgomery County. The stunning model homes, available now for touring, showcase esteemed elegance, enduring craftsmanship and a naturally pristine locale for discerning homebuyers seeking an enviable address in North Houston, close to the future Grand Parkway.

VILLAGE BUILDERS PRESENTS INTERIOR DESIGN TIPS AND TRICKS

There’s nothing quite like decorating: there’s the promise of that new floor plan, the excitement of picking through paint samples, and the thrill of finding just the right piece for that amazing spot. But once the giddiness of the hunt starts to wear off, most new homeowners find that they are more daunted by the sheer magnitude of the project than anything else.

Drees Custom Homes Marks 1 Year with Expansion Despite Oil Slump

Drawn by expanding its existing Texas presence into the nation’s largest housing market and buoyed by a robust economy, Drees Custom Homes began planning its Houston entry in 2014.

Little did executives know that oil prices would begin a nearly yearlong decline right about the time Drees was breaking ground in the Bayou City.