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The Best Neighborhoods to Buy a House in Houston

Jessica Yang


Houston, TX - Houston has many things to offer for people who are considering buying a house here. There are spacious housing options, job opportunities with Fortune 500 companies, and lots of indoor and outdoor activities among other things.

To find the right location for you to live, here are three wonderful neighborhoods in Houston to consider!

1. East End

Also called EaDo, East End is located just east of the Downtown and stretches out to the border of The Loop. This area is large enough for you to choose whether you want to live close to the city or suburbs. While maintaining its historic landmarks and structure built in the 1800s, East End also has new construction, modern breweries and restaurants, and a METRORail line on the renewed area. For those who want to seek education, Texas Southern University and University of Houston are close by.

2. Midtown

Just a five minute drive from Downtown, this area is perfect for people who want to have everything at close range. Considered to be 81 percent safer than the other neighborhoods in Houston, you can find all types of houses from new construction, modern condos, to townhouses. Midtown provides a wide range of entertainment starting from experiencing the arts at MATCH, tasting out a swanky new restaurant, or going to Midtown Park to play outdoor games.

3. Montrose

Known as “The Heart of Houston,” this neighborhood is one of the most gay-friendly areas in town. Montrose is the right place to buy a house for young professionals or singles as it offers many kinds of cottages, bungalows, and townhomes to choose from. With its eye-popping street art, trendy restaurants, cozy boutiques, and short distance away from Downtown Houston, Montrose provides convenient life with arts for the residents.

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