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New Construction Homes in Houston

Not only its skyscrapers but Houston as a whole is growing fast. Supporting the fourth- largest population of the nation, it is a world-class city in the Gulf Coast. As an affordable city with an enviable climate and all-round progress, Houston deserves your attention.

 

Home to nation's largest port, it is a great city to work and to do business. Forbes calls it the third best place for business and career in the nation. Home to Fortune 500 companies like Phillips, Sysco and more. Houston is among the top cities in the nation in terms of job growth. Energy, space, healthcare and manufacturing, this diversification benefits young professional with varied backgrounds. Those who plan to start or to relocate their ventures in the city are the luckiest. Houston has become a major corporate center of the region.

Houston has quality education. There is the Houston ISD which happens to be the seventh-largest in the nation. Imparting good education are also city's private and religious schools. After high school graduation, young students can choose to attend The University of Houston or Rice University or San Jacinto College for continuing their study.

In Houston, you'll never run out of things to do. Keen for art? Fine arts, performing arts and art galleries - Houston covers them all. The Museum District appeals to people of all walks of life. Kids find the Museum of Natural Science and the Children's Museum interesting. Houstonians have great places to eat out at. Ninfa's Original and Torchy's are the places to feed your stomach and soul. Enjoy your food but don't forget to go for jogging in Lake Houston Park. Memorial Park is mainly populated by the golfers in the region.

Houston's real estate market is successfully keeping pace with the growing housing demands, thanks to the nationally-acclaimed builders. A variety of housing options including single and multi-family houses, senior homes, modular homes, condos and townhomes is offered to you in the price range of mid-100s to low-700s. In a compact 1700 sq. ft townhome or in an expanded 3900 sq. ft. luxury home with 4 airy bedrooms or in a house of any size in between - in Houston, you can live the way you like.

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    Top New Home Cities in Houston

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    City Homes Average New Home Price
    Richmond 1370 $352,879
    Katy 1093 $357,766
    Cypress 1087 $407,155
    Houston 904 $299,422
    Spring 902 $365,104
    Conroe 584 $273,448
    Fulshear 526 $407,036
    Missouri City 491 $391,275
    Tomball 421 $354,325
    Montgomery 332 $354,293
    Humble 321 $304,902
    Manvel 273 $361,378

    New Homes in Houston by Region

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    Region Homes Average New Home Price
    Downtown Houston 390 $635,000
    East Houston 150 $262,000
    Ellington Field Joint Reserve Base 954 $357,000
    Houston US Coast Guard Station 191 $244,000
    North Central Houston 422 $305,000
    North Houston 39 $288,000
    Northeast Houston 30 $229,000
    South Central Houston 501 $341,000
    South Houston 805 $421,000
    Southeast Houston 550 $406,000
    Southwest Houston 1590 $372,000
    West Houston 2678 $376,000
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