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WHY RELOCATE TO HOUSTON


Houston


There is no place like Houston.

Known for its exceptional medical centers and space exploration programs, Houston is thriving. Commonly known as The Energy Capital of the World, the metropolitan also has low unemployment rate, low cost of living and an outstanding housing market. But even though the city's business sector continues to outrank several other major U.S. cities, its social one is one to be envious of as well. From it's options of mouth-watering food, ethnically diverse population, gorgeous greenspace, and vivacious nightlife, there is plenty to be discovered in the Bayou City. Check out some more reasons why moving to Houston is a no-brainer!

  • Houston’s the fourth largest city in the US with 2.3 million residents with a median age of 33 years old, and nearly 8,000,000 residents in the greater Houston area CMSA that covers more than 8,778 square miles.

  • Houston has more than 12,000 restaurants that represent more than 70 countries

  • Houston has the largest medical center in the world that exceeds 1,000 acres with over 7.2 million visits per year, upwards of 70,000-person workforce and an economic impact of more than 10 billion annually.

  • Houston’s multiple airports have served more than 11 million travels per year including 10 million international travelers.

  • Houston has the third largest number of languages spoken at more than 145 and more than 92 countries with consular offices.

  • Houston has more than 500 cultural, visual and performing arts organizations, 90 of which are devoted to multicultural and minority arts and is one of five U.S. cities that offer year-round resident companies in all major performing arts

  • Houston has more than 40 colleges, university and institutions offering higher learning and educational opportunities.

  • Houston is one of the top cities for job creation and has ranked at the world’s 30th largest economy and is home to more than 23 fortune 500 company headquarters. The only US city with more fortune 500 company headquarters is New York.

  • Houston is home to the Galleria mall with more than 375 stores.

  • Houston’s average wage is one of the best in the nation and is combined with homes that are ranked as some of the most affordable in the nation makes the living index 9% lower nationwide for the cost of living.

  • The port of Houston ranks first in the US for international tonnage handled and second in total cargo tonnage handled. As the 10th largest port in the world the Port of Houston handled 220 million short tons of domestic and foreign cargo in 2010.

  • Houston is great for the outdoors enthusiast with over 60,000 acres of parks, for biking, running, soccer, football, baseball, sand volleyball, public arts and events, there is just never too much green landscape. This results in approximately 27 acres per 1,000 residents second only to San Diego, California. Houston has more than 500 cultural, visual and performing arts organizations, 90 of which are devoted to multicultural and minority arts and is one of five U.S. cities that offer year-round resident companies in all major performing arts

  • Houston has more than 300 miles of interconnected bikeway networks spread over 500 square miles and more than 128 miles of hike and bike trails.

  • Houston has more than 4.4 million square feet of convention space.


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