Where to Visit in Houston - Houston's Hidden Gems

Visiting Houston soon to plan your relocation?  Check out these hidden gems in Houston to make your trip more enjoyable! 

The best way to truly experience a destination while you are on vacation is to find where the locals are. Many cities have places that are popular for tourist to visit, but to get a real feel for the city you want to experience the local culture.

League City’s Tuscan Lakes Adds National Homebuilder K. Hovnanian Homes

The League City master-planned community of Tuscan Lakes has added K. Hovnanian Homes where the longtime national homebuilder will add 35 new homes featuring single and two-story plans from the $220s.

The exclusive homebuilder in Tuscan Lakes’ new section of 50-foot homesites, K. Hovnanian also will open a new five-bedroom, 3.5-bath showcase model, the homebuilder’s Monaco II plan, by the end of August.  Until then, homebuyers can visit the K. Hovnanian Homes temporary Tuscan Lakes sales office at 2807 Pranzo Lane next to its soon-to-open model.

Custom Home Builders Announced for The Estates at Cane Island

Cane Island Luxury Homes

Four of Houston’s leading custom home builders have been selected for The Estates at Cane Island, the exclusive custom home neighborhood in the Katy master-planned community featuring 22 half-acre homesites with spectacular lakefront views and forested settings.

Jeff Paul Custom Homes, Mike Harrison Custom Homes, Westport Custom Homes and William David Custom Homes, each with decades in the design and construction of luxury custom residences, will begin construction of their first Cane Island custom homes by late summer.  The half-acre homesites start in the low $200’s.   

How are businesses transitioning their employees Houston from out-of-state?

With our lucrative economy and land availability, the Houston area is starting to collect major employers who are relocating their staff from other areas of the United States.  Though moving within a city is a feat, moving from a completely different side of the country can be a little bit of a “culture shock” to some.  

Texas again nation's top state for relocations by Houston Business Journal

Texas has been the most popular state to move to for nearly a decade.

For the ninth straight year, Texas is the nation's "most inbound state," according to the 46th annual Allied Van Lines Magnet States Report, which uses internal data to track U.S. migration patterns.

The Lone Star State's relocation net gain — calculated by the difference between Allied's inbound and outbound moves — in 2013 of 1,914 families dwarfed second place Florida's, which had a gain of 1,115 moves.