Neighborhoods We Serve

Almeda

There are many kinds of homes for sale in this area. They range in price from $64,000 to $210,000. These homes have three to four bedrooms and two to two-and-a-half bathrooms. There are also lots for sale ranging in price from $26,000 to $605,000.

Located around the intersection of the Sam Houston Tollway and State Highway 288, Almeda is a neighborhood in Houston located 11 miles from the downtown area. While close to an urban center, this neighborhood features numerous suburban areas mingled with open spaces. Originally coming into existence in the 1880s, Almeda has grown into a residential area that is close to supermarkets and eateries. Municipal bus routes also have stops in the neighborhood. For those raising a family, the area education needs are served by an elementary school, a middle school, a K-8 school, and two high schools. The 288 offers a straight shot into downtown for residents who work in the city, while the Tollway leads you straight to Missouri City to the west, and can drop you off not far from the Ellington Airport to the east. Take Almeda Road north to NGR Stadium, home of the Houston Texans, and NGR Arena, home to concerts, expos, and other events.

Enjoyment and activities can be had not far from your home. Wild Heather Park has a ballfield, a basketball court, a jogging trail, and picnic facilities. Also nearby is Tom Brass Regional Park and the Clear Creek Golf Club. Other attractions include a Bass Pro Shop, the San Miguel Arena, a covered festival grounds, and an equestrian center.

Almeda Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Almeda. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bulletproof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Almeda area property management services.

Braeswood

The median home value in the community is about $800,000 while the average cost of a 3 bedroom, 2 bath rental property is $2,500.

Located within the inner loop of Houston, Texas, Braeswood Place is a group of seven subdivisions of about 2,200 homes with a total population of approximately 27,000. The community is within close proximity to the Texas Medical Center, shopping districts and Downtown. It is surrounded by a variety of restaurants, shopping, and education opportunities. The majority of residents in the community are White, while Asian and other Non-Hispanics made up the second largest racial/ethnic group. Over 71% of residents earned a college degree, and a large portion (67%) reported they were employed.

The economy consists of an abundance of small businesses that make up many shopping centers, specifically Rice Village, which is an iconic shopping center just a half-mile from the center of Rice University. The retail area expands over ten city blocks and offers a variety of businesses, food and shopping venues. In addition, there are two Houston Independent School District schools within the community along with two private schools.

The average crime rate in Braeswood is about 57% lower than Houston city rate as a whole. Nearly 45% of residents reporting that they have lived there for 10 years, making Braeswood a stable, safe and attractive community for many families. Newer homes in the neighborhood have Colonial and Tudor influences, a major transition from the ranch-style from the 1950s. The large Karl Young Park is located in the community and includes full court basketball courts, a baseball field, full tennis court and two children’s playgrounds.

Sun Devils football is always an attraction in this part of the state, and with a newly renovated stadium soon to be completed, excitement runs high. The city is hot and dry in the summer, with a most pleasant spring, fall, and winter awaiting all who are here. Spring Training baseball has a presence in the city, making this a great training ground for aspiring athletes. The Kirsten Golf Course is here, along with numerous others to keep everyone moving along. Kiwanis Park offers an indoor swimming pool, wave attraction, and numerous sports fields to house youth and adult sports of all varieties. There is something happening almost every day of the week, all year long, which further adds to the attraction of calling this area home.

With Phoenix the next city over, all four professional leagues have a presence here and are accessible within a short drive. Major freeways and access to wireless Internet throughout the city add to the quality of life that make this area so attractive.

Braeswood Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Braeswood. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bulletproof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Braeswood area property management services.

Houston Museum District

According to NeighborhoodScout as of July 1016, the Richmond Ave/Greeley St neighborhood has a median real estate price of $490,090 and an average monthly rental price of $1,335. If you’re interested in living in Texas and Houston, and you’re looking for a prestigious neighborhood with a rich culture and history, this is the place for you.

The Houston Museum District, situated just southwest of downtown, is hip, trendy, and one of the top cultural centers in both Texas and the U.S. The neighborhood, located between Richmond Ave and Greeley St, certainly has a lot to offer. There’s cultural diversity, but also a strong cultural identity. The residents of this neighborhood are well-educated: 71 percent of adults here have a 4-year bachelor’s degree or higher.

Taking a leisurely walk down the tree-lined streets, you’ll notice 19 different cultural institutions, 11 of which offer free entry at any time. The Houston Contemporary Art Museum is the sixth largest art museum in the country. Founded in 1984, the museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Texas’ and Houston’s art, offering pieces dating back from antiquity to the contemporary world. The Houston Museum of Natural Science is one of the most popular museums in the U.S. and features a giant screen theater, a planetarium, exhibit halls, traveling exhibitions and a butterfly center. The neighborhood houses a Children’s Museum that was ranked number one in the U.S. by Parents Magazine. Children and adults alike will love The Health Museum, with its educational and interactive displays, and the 55-acre Houston Zoo, which houses more than 6000 exotic animals.

Real estate in the Houston Museum District is mostly made up of rented small-to-medium sized apartment complexes and single-family homes. Many of the residences were built between 1490 and 1969, though a few were built between 1970 and 1999.

Houston Museum District Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Houston Museum District. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bulletproof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Houston Museum District area property management services.

Meyerland

Having been developed in the 1950s, the homes in the community are relatively new and well kept. According to Zillow, the median price of a beautiful home in the area is $172,000 and the median cost to rent in the city is $1,586. The median household income is $68,145, significantly higher than the median income for the entire Houston area of $44,648. The cost of living in the community is slightly lower than the national average, making it a great place to live.

Home to countless museums, exciting nightlife and history-rich parks, Houston, Texas is the largest city in Texas and the fourth largest city in the country. Nestled in the southwest corner of the city lies Meyerland, a community that brings a small-town feel to the heart of this enormous city. Whereas the city as a whole is home to over two million people, the population of this small community is just over 65,000. With its exceptional public schools, numerous shopping centers, parks and library, this beautiful community is a great place to start and raise a family.

Just under a twenty-minute drive from center city, this quaint community is the perfect location for those commuting to the city, or for those who want to be just close enough to the excitement of city life. The community neighbors many of the city’s museums and historical landmarks. If you are looking for a day of family adventure, The Museum of Southern History, The American Cowboy Museum, The Space Center, and the Houston Zoo are just a few of the many exciting attractions offered in the city. If you prefer a low-key day of shopping, Meyerland Plaza is a well-known shopping center in the heart of the community. The Plaza is home to countless shops and restaurants, sure to provide for your every need.

If you are interested in purchasing or renting a home in this spectacular community, please contact us for a comprehensive market analysis.

Meyerland Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Meyerland. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bullet proof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Meyerland area property management services.

Missouri City

Missouri City is a popular place to live in southeastern Texas. Every year, more individuals and families move to the area. The median cost of a house or condo is $164,100, which is about 25 percent higher than the median cost for all of Texas. The median price of rent is $1,330.

Missouri City is located in the southeastern region of Texas, about 45 minutes outside of Houston and about three hours from San Antonio. Its proximity to two of the largest cities in the United States makes it an ideal suburb for families and individuals to live in. As of 2010, the city’s population was 67,358, which is a 35 percent increase from its population in 2000. The most common occupations among the city’s residents are management-related occupations, sales, transportation, and administrative support.

Missouri City has hot summers, with average daily temperatures reaching the mid-80s and daily high temperatures often reaching the mid-90s. The spring and fall are slightly cooler, and the average winter temperatures hover around 50 or 60 degrees. The majority of the days year-round are sunny.

The city is home to 20 parks that cover almost 400 acres of land in total. Some of these parks include American Legion Park, which has a lake of almost 10 acres for fishing; Buffalo Run Park, which has a large lake, a playground, and a hiking and biking trail; and Independence Park, which has a fishing pier and a boat run. Residents are also close enough to Houston to enjoy Houston’s attractions.

Missouri City Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Missouri City, TX. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bullet proof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Missouri City area property management services.

Midtown

Art and culture lovers will find plenty of fantastic places to peruse in their free time including Art Palace, Main Street Projects, the Julian Collection, The Ensemble Theater, and the Harambee Art Gallery. Millenials and young professionals find that the nightlife in the area is fun and diverse with 13 Celcius, Doghouse Tavern, Irish Cowboy, Pub Fiction, and Love and Squalor to party the night away. Food choices are just as varied with restaurants like Ponzo’s Italian Food, Magic Wok, Reef, Dolce Delights, Mai’s Restaurant, Piola, Saigon House, and the Fish Sushi Restaurant.

This stunning neighborhood is less than fifteen minutes from Downtown Houston, offering residents a beautiful skyline view and easy access to entertainment, arts, and shopping venues. The area used to be the Third and Fourth Ward areas of Houston in the very early 1900’s. It became a separate area full of homes and small businesses by the 1950’s. What was once known as “Little Saigon” in the 1970’s and 1980’s has undergone a tremendous amount of growth in the past 30 years.

Midtown is a bustling community that has grown more than 60 percent in the past decade. There are now approximately ten thousand people who call this neighborhood home, which was only 7,000 in 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Niche has even called the area the number one place for millennials to live in 2014. According to City-Data, home rental prices average $1000 per month in the city in 2010. Many professional workers in the community have a bachelor’s degree or higher.

The Midtown Park is one of the most popular places for families to visit with several functions and events planned by the community all year long. It is located at the corner of Gray and Bagby Streets. Elizabeth Baldwin Park has recently been upgraded to make it more inviting and easy to enjoy. The famous stone fountain in Baldwin Park dates back to 1912. The park was rededicated in 2006.

Midtown Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Midtown. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bullet proof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Midtown area property management services.

Montrose

In the heart of Houston you’ll find the quirky little section of Montrose. Nickname the “strangest neighborhood east of the Pecos, it has been honored as one of best neighborhoods in the America. Originally envisioned as a planned community early in the last century, it is one of the most prominent historical districts in Houston and is also host to the Chinese and Norwegian Consulates. A history steeped in the counterculture, The neighborhood is home to a diverse and welcoming community. With average incomes at almost $120,000 and college education at almost 85 percent, this is one of the most desired areas of town. Offering some of the best school in the city, median housing prices are a little above $450,000. Rentals run in the area of $1800.

Montrose is a shopper’s paradise where you can spend an afternoon or a week finding things you absolutely have to have. The area in the vicinity of Westheimer Road is a mecca of vintage clothes and second-hand stores. The neighborhood is also home to city’s Museum of Fine Arts, Contemporary Art Museum, and the Rothko Chapel art collection. The Merril collection is right across the street from the Rothko and is free to the public. If you are looking to get outside for a little exercise, the nearby River Oaks Country Club has some of the best golfing in the city. Also nearby is a beautiful green space which houses the Museum of Natural History and the Zoo.

Once the sun goes, the neighborhood comes alive and become a magnet drawing people from all over the city to clubs and bars like the famous South Beach. Take time to catch a show at the River Oak Theater, the local art house featuring foreign and independent films. No one will ever go hungry in Montrose; you can even bring your four-legged with you to Ziggy’s Bar and Grill. The neighborhood has also become famous as the place to go for late-night eats after the bars closed. Expect to stand in line during the early morning hours if you want to get a seat for some Cajun cooking at BB’s Café or a Reuben sandwich at Katz’s Deli.

Montrose Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Montrose. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bullet proof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Montrose area property management services.

Piney Point Village

Given its affluent status, the median home price in Piney Point Village is $1 million. The median household income is around $185,000. A standard two-bedroom rental property is just over $1,600 per month.

Point Village is an upscale community in Texas located less than 15 miles from Downtown Houston. First established as a railroad station in the 19th century, the city has since grown to attract families and successful business professionals who want to enjoy a more comfortable pace of life. According to a 2015 U.S. Census estimate, the city has a total of 3,376 residents. The low crime rate makes this community one of the safest places to live in all of Texas.As with the rest of the Houston area, Piney Point Village receive approximately 51 inches of rain per year. High temperatures in the summer can reach more than 90 degrees. Conditions during the winter are generally mild with low temperatures in the 40s.

Parents in this community have the privilege of sending their children to some of the finest schools in Texas. Memorial Drive Elementary School is where young children can get their start in formal education. Another option is the Kinkaid School, which is a private learning institution that teaches K-12 curriculum. Students may also attend Margaret Long Wisdom High School and Houston Community College.

Several of the area’s best attractions are just a short drive from the community. Memorial Park features 1,500 acres of green space and is adjacent to the prestigious River Oaks Country Club. Many great shops and restaurants can be found at Memorial City Mall. Museums and cultural institutions that are less than 20 minutes away include the Southern Apache Museum, the New World Museum and the Menil Collection.

Give us a call today so that we can provide you with a complete market analysis of your rental property.

Piney Point Village Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Piney Point Village. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bullet proof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Piney Point Village area property management services.

Rice Military

Many of the homes were built in the last 10 years, and those new properties are partially responsible for driving the property values upward. Median rental prices are above $3,000, and depending on the exact location, houses typically sell for between $440,000 and $575,000.

Rice Military is a neighborhood in Houston that sits alongside what used to be the Camp Logan facility, which was where local Army soldiers trained during World War I. Eighty years ago, it was a rural area on the far west side of town. It’s now home to several thousand residents. Those people mostly live in single-family homes, though there are various other types of properties, including townhouses and condos.This is a desirable area of town to live in, as it’s just minutes away from Downtown Houston. Professionals can have an easy commute to work via Interstate 10 or along local streets, and Interstates 610 and 69 are also nearby.

In terms of recreation, there is plenty to do at the sprawling Military Park, which neighbors Rice Military. There are jogging trails and miles of paved walking paths in addition to volleyball, tennis, swimming, golf, softball, and skating facilities.

The architecture in Rice Military is somewhat eclectic. The older homes are generally small bungalows, whereas the newer properties feature a mix of styles. Some recent homeowners have bought older homes, only to tear them down and build entirely new houses. The area is popular with young professionals, artists, and anyone interested in living on tree-lined streets that are close to the action of a big city. You can walk, bike, or take public transportation to a number of restaurants and attractions.

Call our office if you’d like to find out more about property values and how you can capitalize on your investment.

Rice Military Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Rice Military. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bulletproof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Rice Military area property management services.

River Oaks

The median home value in the community is $89,800 as of July 2016 and it is predicted to increase by 6.3% within the next year. The average rent for a home in the area was $1,105 per month, which is around $400 lower than the nearby monthly rental average of Dallas-Fort Worth. In 2014, the average cost of a newly built home in the area was $219,700. The most common occupations for area residents are production and sales related jobs. The local Naval Air Base Joint Reserve also supplies residents with income earning opportunities. The unemployment rate of 4.0% is lower than the rate for the rest of Texas.

River Oaks, Texas, is a community located just west of the Fort Worth metropolitan area, about 4.5 miles, and is downstream from Lake Worth. The city is 1.9 square miles and is located within the 5 mile loop around Fort Worth. River Oaks was given its name due to the close proximity to the Trinity River and the abundance of old oak trees throughout the area. The population is around 7,700 and growing. The city crime rate is very low with the crime index being less than half of the national average.

River Oaks, Texas, is a pleasant community for families. It’s home to its own school system that provides educational opportunities for children from kindergarten through high school. There are also local parks that have opportunities for recreational baseball leagues, as well as playgrounds and picnic areas. This is a relatively young community being first established as a farming community in the mid-1800s. Once it was incorporated into a city in 1949, the community began upgrading local housing and just recently upgraded to a superior water and drainage system for the entire area. Citizens have many opportunities for volunteering and participating in community activities and events at the community center. New businesses are welcomed with open arms and many are thriving in this city that offers residents a small town feel with the convenience of being close to a large city.

River Oaks Property Management
Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout River Oaks. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bulletproof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our River Oaks area property management services.

Sharpstown

Real estate is booming in the city. The houses are well finished and beautiful, with classic designs that were built to tolerate wear and tear. They bear post-World War II designs which make the stand out from the rest of the homes in the neighboring towns. The median price for a home in this Houston town is $170,000. The average rental cost of a three bedroom and two bathroom house is $1,300. The prices have been rising gradually over the years. According to the latest statistics, the median income for a household in the town is just over $35,000.

Sharpstown is a quiet master-plan community in Houston Texas. The real estate in the city consists mainly of bungalows that were built to withstand the test of time. The city has a population of over 117,000. Despite a significant number of residents, the town is peaceful. The rate of crime in the town is quite small. The school district in the town consists of several public and private schools that perform well in the national radar. It also has a community college and a private university. The residents of this town are quite learned, with about 40 percent having some level of college education. The town has a great cultural diversity. Asians, whites, African American, and Mexicans are well represented here.

The city is well endowed with natural features. Sharpstown Golf Course and Sharpstown Green Park are some of the public social amenities that the town has. It also has a public park where residents can go for swimming, running, walking, and playing tennis. Apart from the parks, the town has several nature trails for running and bike-riding. There are several playgrounds where the younger children can play. The residents also enjoy fresh produce from the farmers’ markets that are opened on designated days of the week.

Every year, the town hosts a festival. The neighboring town, Clute, is only an hour away by car. It offers a good distraction with its Mosquito Festival which the city holds once every year. The festival brings together the people of both cities for song, dance, and good food.

Sharpstown Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Sharpstown. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bulletproof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Sharpstown area property management services.

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Upper Kirby

Almost 76% of property here is rented instead of owned, and the average monthly cost is between $1,000 and $1,500.

The vibrant, upper middle class area of Houston known as Upper Kirby is between 3 and 4 square miles in size and is home to almost 18,000 people. The largest age group here are ‘young professionals’ between the ages of 25 and 34, and the annual household incomes range between $75,000 and $150,000. Residents here can take in everything from fine arts to shopping and eating at trendy, upscale stores and restaurants. And best of all? Most activities are within walking distance from where the residents live and work.

Demographics and Miscellaneous Facts:

Education: A little over 40% of Upper Kirby residents have their Bachelor’s Degrees.

Men v. Women: The girls win! The percentage of men v. women is roughly 48% to 50%.

Local Hot Spots: Per capita, the area has on average 3% more cafes and bars than the entire United States.

Getting and Keeping Fit is Easy: Per 10,000 residents there are approximately 12 gyms and 3 yoga studios.

Popular Places to Eat, Shop & Hang Out:

Queen Vic Pub and Kitchen: Open in 2010, The Queen Vic is a London-style pub featuring local craft brews and imported beers.

Sonoma Retail Wine Bar and Restaurant: The perfect place for any wine lover, Sonoma also offers a wonderful selection of menu items made from locally-grown products.

The Galleria Mall: Home to stores such as Prada, Louis-Vuitton and Chanel.

Gallery Row: Take in the beauty of art works by ‘The Masters’ as well as more contemporary works of art.

Levy Park: Once redevelopment is complete, the park will feature children’s activities, local landscaping, a pavilion for the performing arts and a dog park.

With all that the Upper Kirby area of Houston has to offer, who in the world would not want to live here? Please contact us for a full market analysis of your property and to talk about how we can help you manage it.

Upper Kirby Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Upper Kirby. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bulletproof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Upper Kirby area property management services.

Uptown

The crime rate is almost half the amount of Houston, making it a safe and stable place for many families to live. The estimated 2014 median household income is about $68,400. The majority of residents are between the ages of 20 and 44. The median home value of a 3 bedroom, 2 bath in Uptown is $455,000, while the average rent price of a 2 bedroom apartment is $1,570.

Located just outside of the inner loop of Houston, Texas, Uptown is the 17th-largest business district in the country with a population of about 156,000 as reported in the 2010 U.S. Census. It is home to about 2,000 companies and represents 11% of Houston’s total office space, topping that of Downtown Atlanta and Downtown Denver. The area has a blend of businesses and residential homes, making it a place where one can have it all. Measuring approximately 5 million square feet, the retail space of Uptown is the epicenter of high-fashion retail in Houston. An eclectic variety of restaurants, shopping centers and other entertainment venues are available in the district.

Uptown is also home to both public and private schools, offering a wide range of educational opportunities for families. Public transportation is widely available, including buses and the METRORail, with expansions in place for the community, while parks and recreational facilities are constantly maintained. In addition, these are all easily accessible even by walking. Uptown is at the hub of diversity where international businesses thrive, city dwellers live and tourists visit.

Uptown Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout Uptown. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bulletproof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our Uptown area property management services.

West University Place

Home median prices are in the $800,000 range with square footage soaring above the 6,000 mark. Lots start near one million dollars and offer 5,000 to 10,000 square feet of building space. New construction and existing custom homes are available. Residents have floor plans with three or more bedrooms and matching bathrooms. Garages, manicured lawns, and sidewalks are the norm with a plethora of curb appeal. Architecture is a variety with Georgian, ranches, and Colonials dominating.

Some neighborhoods in the United States are filled with amenities that go beyond pampering homeowners. The Houston suburbs has an enclave with stunning properties, top performing schools, and quality attractions that delivers in these most important areas. West University Place is nestled within the Interstate 610 corridor surrounded by great shopping and golf. Nearly 90 percent of residents hold a bachelor’s or advanced degree with annual incomes over $200,000. Its land lock location is not devoid of green spaces and water features for the outdoorsman making this a nirvana.

Tasteful town-homes and condominiums are included in the options for those who want to call this pristine area home. Rentals can also be found with monthly prices averaging $2,500 for a three bedroom. There are only 26 streets with most homes in the immaculate category. The city of West University Place is located in Harris County with property taxes for a $700,000 home averaging $1,300 annually.

West University Place is part of the Houston Independent School District with three dedicated schools including the nationally recognized Pin Oak Middle School. A premier magnet school called The Rice School has grades K-8 as another outstanding option. Private school choices are limited to one with St. Mark’s Episcopal in the city proper. However, residents can choose several notable alternatives outside the immediate area including The Post Oak School.

Residents do not have to travel far to reach exceptional shopping with the famed Galleria located less than four miles away. Golfing at Hermann Park Golf Course is open to the public, has seven-day availability and is a ten-minute drive. Massive green spaces include Hermann Park which is adjacent to the golf course. For a convenient family outing, this park is also associated with the Houston Zoo. Head six miles to the north for more outdoors adventures including fishing, kayaking, and hiking at Memorial Park.

West University Place Property Management

Our property management team specializes in residential areas throughout West University Place. We offer multiple services to take your rental property and convert it into reliable income. We have a thorough screening process that helps to identify the right tenants for your property. Our team works hard to keep both parties happy through effective communication, bulletproof lease agreements, and timely monthly rent collection. We offer maintenance services to enhance the property and ensure that it will retain or increase in value. We oversee everything, allowing you to sit back and relax and know that your property and your tenants are in good hands.

Contact us today if you are ready to receive a comprehensive analysis of your rental property and to inquire about our West University Place area property management services.

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