Old Braeswood

Established between South Main, North Braeswood, Kirby and Holcombe. Old Braeswood is in prime location to access some of the best of the "Bayou City". With houses built from 1920-1950, this tree-lined community is abundant with architectural beauty and character.

Third Ward

With such a close proximity to downtown and the Houston Medical Center, Third Ward is one of the most promising areas of the inner city. As one of the six original wards of Houston, the remaining houses in this area were built from the late 1930’s to 1970’s. Third Ward is nestled in south east Houston in the midst of the University of Houston and Texas Southern University.


Divided between Third Ward, Downtown, Montrose and Museum District, Midtown is prime property within the center of the city. Featuring a mix between commercial development, retail, restaurants and green space, Midtown is a diverse growing community.

Boulevard Oaks

In the shadow of Rice University and Hwy 59, Boulevard Oaks is a tree-lined collection of subdivisions featuring some of the best green spaces in Houston. Being only five minutes from everything you can imagine,  including luxury shopping, theaters, concert venues, restaurants and grocery, Boulevard Oaks is one of the most attractive areas in the city with beautiful custom-built homes.

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West Pearland

As one of Houston’s fastest growing suburbs Pearland is 13mins from downtown Houston. From 2000 to 2015 Pearland’s population has grown from 37,640 to 108,821. With master planned communities and custom built homes Pearland’s growth is limitless. West Pearland features newly built amenities including Pearland Town Center. 

East Downtown

EaDo is a redeveloping area north of Third Ward and east of the center of the city. EaDo is the home of Houston’s first master planned community Eastwood which features Park Drive, a lush street that once housed the nicest homes in the city. Park Street development is named in honor of this master planned community.


Established in 1911, this diverse neighborhood features a mix of architecture from mansions to bungalows. Montrose has been called the heart of Houston as it is located in now what is a central point in the city. Montrose is also home to University St. Thomas.

South Houston

Outside of the 610 Loop and bordered by 59 South and 45 South, South Houston houses a combination of neighborhoods from Sunny Side , South Acres/Crestmont, Missouri City, City Park and Hobby Airport. The houses throughout these areas can vary from new master planned communities to established neighborhoods with homes built in 1930-1990.

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