5 Alluring Reasons to Move to the Houston Bay Area
The Bay Area in Houston, Texas, notorious for its water beauty and activities, makes for an appealing and highly active area for prospective buyers.
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UP Social Network Interviews Alana Croker on the Top 5 Reasons to Move to Houston's Bay Area
When asked what the top five reasons to move to the Bay Area were, Keller Williams realtor, Alana Croker promptly listed the Houston Bay Area as “the largest boating community in Texas, great shopping opportunities and new mall additions, affordable housing, award-winning schools, and state-of-the art-medical facilities. Her personal touch, enthusiasm, and love for the Houston Bay Area was very evident in her response.
“The Houston Bay Area is the largest boating, water sports, and water spectator area in all of Texas. The easy access to clear, clean, and pristine water makes the area a hotbed for any kind of water activity,” continued Croker.
The boating community and beautiful waterside views allows for spectacular restaurant locations, including the popular Outriggers in Seabrook. There is nothing more enjoyable than relaxing with a cool drink and partaking in a delectable meal while watching other boats on the water, whether individuals visit Seabrook, the many wonderful restaurants in Kemah or the surrounding areas.
Croker also raved about “the Bay Area containing a network of museums, science centers, and a brand new addition to the mall almost at the end of its construction.” In addition to the plethora of museums, The Bay Area offers a fairly quick commute to nearby facilities to entertain sports fans, and/or music and theater buffs, such as the Minute Maid Park and the Toyota Center.
But are these reasons enough to encourage families to move to the Bay Area? Perhaps, affordable housing as compared to other major cities in the United States might persuade them. More importantly, the Houston area has award-winning nurseries, private schools, and universities and State recognized schools in the Clear Creek Independent School District.
Croker ends her very convincing argument with describing the State-of-the-Art Medical Facilities. The experienced realtor easily boasted about “Houston earning a name for itself as a go-to medical hub. The job potential, and careful medical treatment ensures a long-lasting comfort when it comes to sustainable health.”
To learn more about exploring the possibility of moving to the Houston Bay Area, view www.alanacroker.com
About Keller Williams Realty
About Keller Williams Realty, Inc.: Founded in 1983, Keller Williams Realty, Inc. is the second-largest real estate franchise operation in the United States, with 675 offices and almost 77,000 associates across the globe. The company, which began franchising in 1990, has an agent-centric culture that emphasizes access to leading-edge education and promotes an economic model that rewards associates as stakeholders and partners. The company also provides specialized agents in luxury homes and commercial real estate properties. For more information, or to search for homes for sale, visit Keller Williams Realty online at (www.kw.com). Information about Keller Williams Realty's international expansion can be found at (www.kwworldwide.com).
Alana Croker Keller Williams Realty
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