Houston is a great place for dog owners. Affordable real estate and plenty of dog-friendly parks make it perfect for homebuyers prioritizing their pets
If the state of Texas legalizes recreational cannabis soon, Houston’s lackadaisical zoning laws might make it the weed capital of the Lone Star State.
Houston is one of the state’s largest economic drivers, but if things don’t change with the state’s power infrastructure, Houston’s bright future could dim.
While hurricanes in Houston are never hoped for, they have an interesting effect on the housing market when they do strike - and it’s good for agents.
After an unusual 2020, real estate agents are in demand. From falling unemployment rates to rising home prices, here’s what Houston agents can expect this year.
Houston is quickly becoming one of the most vibrant and diverse food cultures around, meaning you can enjoy the best of anything, including baked goods.
Houston offers one of the most vibrant and diverse restaurant scenes in the nation. If you don’t feel like cooking this Thanksgiving, why not try something new?
The National Museum of Funeral History is the perfect Houston haunt to welcome the fall as well as its spookier holidays like Halloween and Día de los Muertos.
If Houston Texans players followed one of the many ‘best practice’ personal finance models when shopping for property, how much house can they actually afford?
There’s a lot to love about Houston, including great jobs and plenty of affordable real estate so it comes as no surprise that Houston was ranked 11th best city in the U.S.