Where the Rich Live: 8 Most Expensive Areas in Houston

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With an expected population of 2,320,268 in 2019, Houston is the most populous city in the U.S. state of Texas, the fourth-most populous city in the United States, the most populous city in the Southern United States, and the sixth-most populated city in North America.

It is the headquarters of Harris County and the major city of the Greater Houston metropolitan area, which is the fifth-most populated metropolitan statistical area in the United States. It is located in Southeast Texas between Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Houston is the southeast anchor of the Texas Triangle, a larger megaregion.

Like in every other city there a many dangerous places in Houston. On the other hand, there are some very expensive regions where most of the inhabitants are very rich.

Here are the eight most expensive areas in Houston according to the research from areavibes.

#1 Greater Memorial, Houston, TX Cost Of Living

Greater Memorial has a cost of living that is 91 percent higher than the Houston average.

Greater Memorial has a cost of living that is 75% higher than the national average.

Housing in Greater Memorial is 251% more expensive than the national average.

Texas has a 23 percent higher general sales tax than the national average.

Texas has a state income tax rate that is one hundred percent lower than the national average.

Source: https://www.areavibes.com/houston-tx/greater+memorial/cost-of-living/

#2 West University, Houston, TX Cost Of Living

West University has an 81 percent higher cost of living than the Houston average.

West University's cost of living is 66 percent higher than the national average.

Housing costs at West University are 222 percent more than the national average.

Texas has a 23 percent higher general sales tax than the national average.

Texas has a state income tax rate that is one hundred percent lower than the national average.

Source: https://www.areavibes.com/houston-tx/west+university/cost-of-living/

#3 River Oaks, Houston, TX Cost Of Living

River Oaks has a cost of living that is 66% higher than the Houston average.

River Oaks has a cost of living that is 52% higher than the national average.

Housing in River Oaks is 175 percent more expensive than the national average.

Texas has a 23 percent higher general sales tax than the national average.

Texas has a state income tax rate that is one hundred percent lower than the national average.

Source: https://www.areavibes.com/houston-tx/river+oaks/cost-of-living/

#4 Rice, Houston, TX Cost Of Living

Rice has a cost of living that is 61% higher than the Houston average.

Rice has a cost of living that is 48% more than the national average.

Rice home costs 161% more than the national average.

Texas has a 23 percent higher general sales tax than the national average.

Texas has a state income tax rate that is one hundred percent lower than the national average.

Source: https://www.areavibes.com/houston-tx/rice/cost-of-living/


#5 Rice Military, Houston, TX Cost Of Living

Rice Military has a cost of living that is 39% more than the Houston average.

Rice Military has a cost of living that is 27% more than the national average.

Military housing in Rice is 91 percent more expensive than the national average.

Texas has a 23 percent higher general sales tax than the national average.

Texas has a state income tax rate that is one hundred percent lower than the national average.

Source: https://www.areavibes.com/houston-tx/rice+military/cost-of-living/

#6 Galleria-Uptown, Houston, TX Cost Of Living

Galleria-Uptown has a cost of living that is 38% higher than the Houston average.

Galleria-Uptown has a cost of living that is 26% higher than the national average.

Housing in Galleria-Uptown is 89 percent more expensive than the national average.

Texas has a 23 percent higher general sales tax than the national average.

Texas has a state income tax rate that is one hundred percent lower than the national average.

Source: https://www.areavibes.com/houston-tx/galleria-uptown/cost-of-living/

#7 Montrose, Houston, TX Cost Of Living

Montrose has a cost of living that is 34% higher than the Houston average.

Montrose has a cost of living that is 23% higher than the national average.

Housing in Montrose is 79 percent more expensive than the national average.

Texas has a 23 percent higher general sales tax than the national average.

Texas has a state income tax rate that is one hundred percent lower than the national average.

Source: https://www.areavibes.com/houston-tx/montrose/cost-of-living/

#8 Greater Heights, Houston, TX Cost Of Living

Greater Heights has a cost of living that is 32% more than the Houston average.

Greater Heights has a cost of living that is 20% higher than the national average.

Housing in Greater Heights is 70% more expensive than the national average.

Texas has a 23 percent higher general sales tax than the national average.

Texas has a state income tax rate that is one hundred percent lower than the national average.

Source: https://www.areavibes.com/houston-tx/greater+heights/cost-of-living/

Let me know in the comments what you think about these areas and if you know any other expensive areas in the city.

Source: https://www.areavibes.com/houston-tx/most-expensive-neighborhoods/

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