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Sugar Land TX

Here are a few important facts about Sugar Land TX that may interest you:

  • Sugar Land, TX, is located Southwest of Houston, TX. Typically, you can drive to downtown Houston from Sugar Land in approximately 25 to 45 minutes (depending on time of day and the amount of traffic on the highway).
  • The economy in Sugar Land is healthy with unemployment rate well below the state and national percentages.
  • Census 2000 figures ranked Sugar Land #1 in growth in the Houston metro area and #1 among the state’s 45 largest cities.
  • The City’s population jumped from 24,529 in 1990 to 63,328 in 2000 – a 158 percent increase.
  • Estimated 2011 Population: 84,511
  • Census 2010 figures ranked Sugar Land the state’s 49th largest city in Texas. By race, the City’s breakdown is 52.0% White, 35.3% Asian, 10.6% Hispanic or Latino, 7.4% Black or African American, and 2.3% Other.
  • Sugar Land embraces diversity (read article).
  • The median household income is approximately $116,000.
  • The state governor, Rick Perry, named Fort Bend ISD the “Fittest School District” in the large district category in 2005, 2006, and 2008. Most of Fort Bend’s elementary schools are either “Exemplary” or “Recognized.”
  • Sugar Land homes range in price from $100,000 to over $3,000,000 with the average price around $370,000.
  • Between the new Town Center and First Colony Mall, shopping in Sugar Land is great. We’re also close to the Houston Galleria and Katy Mills Outlet mall.

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Awards

Sugar Land TX, has won the following awards:

  • Outstanding Achievement in the City Livability Awards, 2007

  • Fittest City in Texas (22,000-99,000 population) Texas Round-up Governor’s Challenge 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007

  • Award of Merit American Society of Landscapers and Architects (for achievement in Planning and Analysis) 2007

  • Gold Certificate Award to the City of Sugar Land and Fort Bend Independent School District 2007

  • #1 in 100 Best Communities for Young People from America’s Promise – The Alliance for Youth 2006

  • Business Week Top 25 Best and Most Affordable Suburbs in the US 2006

  • CNN Money and Money Magazine’s Third Best Place to Live in America 2006

  • Best of the Best in Standard of Living, Education, Health and Safety and Lifestyle by Best Places to Raise Your Family: The Top 100 Affordable Communities (Wylie 2006)

NOTE: An updated list of Sugar Land awards is also available.

 

What's So Great About Sugar Land TX?

Let me tell you…

I can’t tell you how much I love living in the Sugar Land TX area, and if you’re in the process of relocating to Sugar Land, I know you’re going to love the Sugar Land Relocation Guide! It has over 170 pages of detailed information on our wonderful city, school, neighborhoods, activities, home values…everything that you need to know. There are so many benefits to living in the Houston area, and Sugar Land is one of its top suburbs. Why do I think Sugar Land TX is great?…

Sugar Land Relocation GuideCulturally Diverse

» Read Sugar Land embraces diversity

Sugar Land is a unique suburb in that it has a distinct “cosmopolitan” feel and is very culturally diverse. While about half of the population is white, the remaining 50 percent is comprised of Asian, Indian, Middle Eastern, Hispanic and African American cultures. And just as important as its diverse demographics, is its fostering of an inclusive and accepting community. In fact, in 2007, Sugar Land was the first city in the nation to be named a Community of Respect® by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). It has maintained this distinction.

Excellent Schools

Sugar Land schools are known to be excellent. Half of the 18 elementary schools have a score of 10 with Greatschools.org and, likewise, half of the six middle schools score a 10 as well. There are four high schools with Sugar Land addresses (and several others nearby) with two scoring 9 (Austin and Dulles) and one scoring a 10 (Clements). Sugar Land is part of Fort Bend ISD which is an award-winning school district but does not rate as highly as the nearby Katy and Lamar Consolidated ISDs. This is because Fort Bend ISD is much larger than those ISDs and includes many non-Sugar Land schools (like nearby Houston). Almost all Sugar Land schools score 8-10 (the highest scores available) at Greatschools.org.

NOTE: These scores are as of June 2014 and may change in the future.

High Quality of Life

With all of these accolades it’s no wonder that Sugar Land has been on the list of numerous best places to live surveys. Some of the most noteworthy include CNN Money Magazines 100 Best Place to Live (2006) in the nation, Forbes’ list of Top Towns to Live Well and Business Week’s best and most affordable suburbs. America’s Promise–The Alliance for Youth name Sugar Land a three-time winner of the nation’s 100 Best Communities for Young People.

Quality Homes and Communities

Sugar Land is home to the largest number of master-planned communities in the nation. Every community has quality homes and wonderful subdivisions with swaths of green space and community amenities such as club houses, swimming pools, parks, tennis courts, fishing lakes, and walking trails. For neighborhood details go to Sugar Land Neighborhoods.

Well-Maintained and Scenic Public Spaces

Because it is entirely master planned, Sugar Land TX has ample well-designed public spaces, parks,walking- trail systems and tree-lined streets, all of which are held to high scenic standards. Consistently winning awards from Keep Texas Beautiful and the Texas Recreation and Parks Society, Sugar Land also received the inaugural Texas Scenic City “Silver” Certification for achieving the highest level of scenic standards for public roadways and spaces.

Low Crime Rate

For years now, Sugar Land has been consistently ranked among the top 20 safest cities in its size category in America by FBI crime statistics. Read more about Sugar Land crime rates.

Growth

Having grown more than 158 percent in the last ten years, Sugar Land is one of the state’s fastest-growing cities. It is also Fort Bend County’s largest city and its economic center, not to mention the Houston area’s second-largest in economic activities.

Sugar Land Sugar MillHistory

Sugar Land TX is located in Fort Bend County. And while Fort Bend may not be the location of the Alamo (the Shrine of Texas Liberty) it has a storied past and tons to offers today’s residents. Characterized by rolling hills and wide open prairies, Fort Bend is situated along the banks of the Brazos River. At 879 square miles, our county is home to 500,000 people from all over the globe. 

Part of Sugar Land history includes the “Father of Texas”: Stephen F Austin. Around 1825, Stephen F. Austin, for whom the state’s capital is named, brought 300 settlers, known as the “Old Three Hundred” to what is now Fort Bend County. This first community was called Fort Settlement. At the time, the area was inhabited by a Native American Indian tribe called the Karankawa. As with many other tribes, the Karankawa ultimately left the region, migrating south to Mexico.

In the late 1830s, Richmond, Texas, grew around the agricultural trade and built a rail line to Galveston to transport its goods. Sugar cane plantations also began to flourish in the area. Soon a sugar mill was built and, 53 years later, a refinery was built…a very important part of Sugar Land history. In 1905 Imperial Sugar was formed, and Sugar Land grew from the prosperity of Imperial Sugar and the rail yards.

In the late 1950s, Houston began to establish itself as one of the nation’s most prominent cities and a leader in the petroleum industry. As a result, Fort Bend experienced phenomenal growth in the 1970s, and “master planned” communities began.

Today Sugar Land is still one of the nation’s fastest growing areas. With real estate prices below the national average, low-cost utilities, a young and educated work force, competitive wages, and no personal or state income tax, Sugar Land is appealing to businesses and individuals. With its master planned communities and top ranked, culturally diverse schools, it has become the perfect place to raise a family…and to tell them about Sugar Land history!  

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--Henry

“Sheila was the best realtor we could have ever asked for. We could always depend on her to get the job done and she was always looking out for our best interests. I was going through the tragic loss of my mother during the sale and purchase of our home, and Sheila went above and beyond in ensuring that all was being taken care of and everything was moving along smoothly on BOTH ends. Where the other realtor failed during the process, Sheila jumped in to pick up the pieces and kept things moving along. She is dependable and trustworthy, and has great knowledge of the market and lenders. Her superb advice and expertise made the whole process, which could have been very stressful given the circumstances, move along as smoothly and possible. People like Sheila are few and far between, and we are so grateful that we had the opportunity to work with her.”

--Talley

“Sheila is simply an outstanding realtor. She helped my wife and I sell our fourth and purchase our fifth house. Out of all the realtors, she is honestly the best! She treats the transaction as her own, provides you timely updates as changes occur. Her advice also saved us from costly pitfalls that could have ruined the sell and purchase of our new house. My advice: 1) Use Sheila as your realtor 2) Listen to her recommendations! She is an expert and provides outstanding advice. Sheila thank you for all of your hard work. You did an outstanding job!”

--Worley

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Sugar Land Real Estate Market

Sugar Land Real Estate Market

The Sugar Land real estate market is constantly changing. The way we determine the type of real estate market we’re in (Buyer’s Market vs. Seller’s Market) is based on the amount of inventory (homes available for sale) currently available. Six months of inventory is considered “equilibrium”–neither a Seller’s or Buyer’s Market. A Buyer’s Market is considered to be 7 months or more of inventory. This is where the demand for homes is somewhat less than the supply of homes…and where Buyers may have more “say” over house prices than Sellers. A Seller’s Market is considered to be 5 months or less of inventory.  This is where the demand for homes is somewhat greater than the supply of homes…and where Sellers may have more “say” over house prices than Buyers. Sugar Land is located in Fort Bend County which generally stays in a Seller’s market: The Sugar Land TX area is large and so it is divided into two parts… NOTE: Actually it has four parts but there is currently only data for two of them, as shown below. South Sugar Land TX The area south of I59 and West of Hwy 6 is what we refer to as South Sugar Land. Currently (March 2018) the average price home is approximately $470,000 and there is 5.6 months of inventory available (equal/balanced market). The majority of homes sold is in the $400-500K price range.           Source: https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/data/housing-activity/#!/activity/Local_Market_Area_(LMA)/Houston.Sugar_Land_South_(Houston_AoR)   West Sugar Land TX The area north of I59 and West of Hwy 6 is what we refer to as West Sugar Land. Currently (March 2018) the average price home is approximately $345,000... read more

Sugar Land Apartments

Office hours usually 10-5 (M-S) and 1-5 on Sunday. Call to check. Name Phone Short-term Pets* Furnished Mth-to-Mth Schools Enclave at Woodbridge15015 W Airport BlvdSugar Land, TX 77498 877-549-3514 3 mths Y Brooks832-590-8005 Rita Drabeck ElemSugar Land MSKempner HS Foundations at Austin Colony1800 Austin PkySugar Land, TX 77479 281-980-6725 3 mths Y N Colony Bend ElemFirst Colony MSClements HS Imperial Lofts2 Stadium DrSugar Land, TX 77498 844-685-4280 9 mths Y N Lakeview ElemSugar Land MSKempner HS Landmark at Sugar Land14231 FM 1464 RdSugar Land, TX 77498 281-494-7575  7 mth  Y  N Lakeview ElemGarcia MSAustin HS Pebble Creek Ranch15270 Voss RdSugar Land, TX 77498 281-668-7641 3 mths Y Nino Properties713-964-4747 Oakwood713-995-5111 Oyster Creek ElemGarcia MSAustin HS Retreat at Riverstone18545 University Blvd Sugar Land, TX 77479 832-900-2369 9 mths Y Executive Living 281-494-4945 Settlers Way ElemFirst Colony MSElkins HS Telfair Lofts7500 Branford PlSugar Land, TX 77479 281-509-9213 9 mths Y Executive Living 281-494-4945 Walker Station ElemSartartia MSAustin HS The Fairmont First Colony2323 Long Reach DrSugar Land, TX 77478 832-500-3865 6 mths Y Aplus281-416-2700 Highlands ElemDulles MSDulles HS   These have bad online reviews: Arcadian Sugar Land12100 S Highway 6Sugar Land, TX 77498 888-294-2351 3 mths Y N Lakeview ElemGarcia MSAustin HS Broadstone New Territory5555 New Territory BlvdSugarland, TX 77479 855-902-9661       Brazos Bend ElemSartartia MSTravis HS Regency at First Colony225 Fluor Daniel DrSugar Land, TX 77479 866-608-5866 3 mths Y Murphy713-780-7230 Brooks832-590-8005 Colony Meadows ElemFirst Settlement MSClements HS *Breed and size restrictions may exist. Check with the apartment management.   NOTE: Get school ratings at http://www.sugarlandtxhome.com/sugar_land_schools.  ... read more
Sugar Land Private Schools

Sugar Land Private Schools

Even though Sugar Land public schools are fantastic, there are also many choices of Sugar Land private schools to choose from. Whether you are into Montessori-style learning, Christian-based teaching, or secular schooling, Sugar Land has what you are looking for. Our Sugar Land private schools include over 25 preschools, 14 elementary schools, 13 middle schools, and 4 high schools. In addition to the private schools, Sugar Land also boasts a strong home schooling community with multiple resources and networks to tap into. Please take a look at the tables on this page, organized by school type, to see your private school options. There are links to each of the schools’ websites where you can get more, up-to-date information including contact numbers. NOTE: Things change! Check the school’s Website for current information on grades served.    Sugar Land Private Schools: All in Alphabetical Order Name Home School PK Elem Mid High Affiliation Brazos Montessori    *  1st     Montessori Cambridge Montessori School   * 2nd     Montessori Christ Church School   *       Christian Cornerstone Christian Academy   * * *   Christian Darul Arqam School Southwest   * * *   Islamic Faith Lutheran School   K * *   Christian Fellowship Christian Academy   * * *   Christian First Colony Montessori   *       Montessori Fort Bend Christian Academy   * * * * Christian God’s Rainbow Christian Academy   K * *   Christian Harmony School of Science   * * *   Public Charter School Honor Roll School   * * *     Honor Roll School II  ... read more
Sugar Land Real Estate Market

Sugar Land Real Estate Market

The Sugar Land real estate market is constantly changing. The way we determine the type of real estate market we’re in (Buyer’s Market vs. Seller’s Market) is based on the amount of inventory (homes available for sale) currently available. Six months of inventory is considered “equilibrium”–neither a Seller’s or Buyer’s Market. A Buyer’s Market is considered to be 7 months or more of inventory. This is where the demand for homes is somewhat less than the supply of homes…and where Buyers may have more “say” over house prices than Sellers. A Seller’s Market is considered to be 5 months or less of inventory.  This is where the demand for homes is somewhat greater than the supply of homes…and where Sellers may have more “say” over house prices than Buyers. Sugar Land is located in Fort Bend County which generally stays in a Seller’s market: The Sugar Land TX area is large and so it is divided into two parts… NOTE: Actually it has four parts but there is currently only data for two of them, as shown below. South Sugar Land TX The area south of I59 and West of Hwy 6 is what we refer to as South Sugar Land. Currently (March 2018) the average price home is approximately $470,000 and there is 5.6 months of inventory available (equal/balanced market). The majority of homes sold is in the $400-500K price range.           Source: https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/data/housing-activity/#!/activity/Local_Market_Area_(LMA)/Houston.Sugar_Land_South_(Houston_AoR)   West Sugar Land TX The area north of I59 and West of Hwy 6 is what we refer to as West Sugar Land. Currently (March 2018) the average price home is approximately $345,000... read more
What to Expect When You Buy a New Construction Home

What to Expect When You Buy a New Construction Home

So you have put a contract on a new home with a builder and you can’t wait to move in. Buying a home is exciting, especially if you are a first-time home buyer, but buying a brand new home that has never been lived in doesn’t mean the house will be perfect and you won’t have any issues. In fact, the first owner of a home generally has to work out the “kinks” of a new home…kind of like breaking in a new car. >> See Buying New vs. Resale Home and Buying A Newly Built Home – A New Home Buyers Guide One of the most important things you need to know: Get the home inspected by a licensed house inspector! Again…”new” doesn’t equal “perfect” and you need an expert to find all the things the builder missed (and give the inspection to the builder to fix what needs fixing). In fact, I have seen inspection reports on “brand new” never-lived-in homes that are longer (with more items to fix) than an older resale homes! And if you are building a home “from dirt” then you may want to hire an inspector who will inspect the home in various stages of completion: foundation, framing, wiring and plumbing, and then final. >> See List of Licensed Home Inspectors Another thing you need to know: Read the Builder’s Home Warranty! You need to know what the builder will and will not cover in their warranty since every builder is different. Plus, you don’t want to do anything to the home that may negate the warranty. For example, if you improperly plant bushes or... read more
Negotiating Advice for Home Buyers

Negotiating Advice for Home Buyers

Here are some helpful tips for Buyers when negotiating a sales offer on a home: Find out the number of days the house has been “on the market” (also referred to as DOM: Days on Market) as well as the pricing history of the home. In Texas, only members of the MLS will have access to this data…it is not publicly available. NOTE You cannot use Trulia or Zillow or public tax information to find this information because Texas is a “non-disclose” state on real estate sales figures. Tax records are not accurate sources of real estate sales figure either…the appraised value of a home for tax purposes is usually not related to the actual value or price of the home. Ask the Seller’s agent why the home owner is selling the home. That agent does not have to answer the questions (due to client confidentiality) but typically will. This helps you understand the Seller’s motivation behind the sale. Make sure your Realtor does a Buyer’s CMA (comparative market analysis) to determine the current, probable value of the home. This will prevent you from over-paying for the home and will also prevent you from wasting your time. For example, lender appraisals these days in our area tend to the conservative side. If a Seller is demanding a price that is $50,000 over the current market value of the home, the lender will not loan the money to you to buy it, even if you are willing to pay it. You will either have to come up with the cash to pay the difference, or walk-away from the deal. Better... read more
Sugar Land Real Estate Market

Sugar Land Real Estate Market

The Sugar Land real estate market is constantly changing. The way we determine the type of real estate market we’re in (Buyer’s Market vs. Seller’s Market) is based on the amount of inventory (homes available for sale) currently available. Six months of inventory is considered “equilibrium”–neither a Seller’s or Buyer’s Market. A Buyer’s Market is considered to be 7 months or more of inventory. This is where the demand for homes is somewhat less than the supply of homes…and where Buyers may have more “say” over house prices than Sellers. A Seller’s Market is considered to be 5 months or less of inventory.  This is where the demand for homes is somewhat greater than the supply of homes…and where Sellers may have more “say” over house prices than Buyers. Sugar Land is located in Fort Bend County which generally stays in a Seller’s market: The Sugar Land TX area is large and so it is divided into two parts… NOTE: Actually it has four parts but there is currently only data for two of them, as shown below. South Sugar Land TX The area south of I59 and West of Hwy 6 is what we refer to as South Sugar Land. Currently (March 2018) the average price home is approximately $470,000 and there is 5.6 months of inventory available (equal/balanced market). The majority of homes sold is in the $400-500K price range.           Source: https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/data/housing-activity/#!/activity/Local_Market_Area_(LMA)/Houston.Sugar_Land_South_(Houston_AoR)   West Sugar Land TX The area north of I59 and West of Hwy 6 is what we refer to as West Sugar Land. Currently (March 2018) the average price home is approximately $345,000... read more

Sugar Land Apartments

Office hours usually 10-5 (M-S) and 1-5 on Sunday. Call to check. Name Phone Short-term Pets* Furnished Mth-to-Mth Schools Enclave at Woodbridge15015 W Airport BlvdSugar Land, TX 77498 877-549-3514 3 mths Y Brooks832-590-8005 Rita Drabeck ElemSugar Land MSKempner HS Foundations at Austin Colony1800 Austin PkySugar Land, TX 77479 281-980-6725 3 mths Y N Colony Bend ElemFirst Colony MSClements HS Imperial Lofts2 Stadium DrSugar Land, TX 77498 844-685-4280 9 mths Y N Lakeview ElemSugar Land MSKempner HS Landmark at Sugar Land14231 FM 1464 RdSugar Land, TX 77498 281-494-7575  7 mth  Y  N Lakeview ElemGarcia MSAustin HS Pebble Creek Ranch15270 Voss RdSugar Land, TX 77498 281-668-7641 3 mths Y Nino Properties713-964-4747 Oakwood713-995-5111 Oyster Creek ElemGarcia MSAustin HS Retreat at Riverstone18545 University Blvd Sugar Land, TX 77479 832-900-2369 9 mths Y Executive Living 281-494-4945 Settlers Way ElemFirst Colony MSElkins HS Telfair Lofts7500 Branford PlSugar Land, TX 77479 281-509-9213 9 mths Y Executive Living 281-494-4945 Walker Station ElemSartartia MSAustin HS The Fairmont First Colony2323 Long Reach DrSugar Land, TX 77478 832-500-3865 6 mths Y Aplus281-416-2700 Highlands ElemDulles MSDulles HS   These have bad online reviews: Arcadian Sugar Land12100 S Highway 6Sugar Land, TX 77498 888-294-2351 3 mths Y N Lakeview ElemGarcia MSAustin HS Broadstone New Territory5555 New Territory BlvdSugarland, TX 77479 855-902-9661       Brazos Bend ElemSartartia MSTravis HS Regency at First Colony225 Fluor Daniel DrSugar Land, TX 77479 866-608-5866 3 mths Y Murphy713-780-7230 Brooks832-590-8005 Colony Meadows ElemFirst Settlement MSClements HS *Breed and size restrictions may exist. Check with the apartment management.   NOTE: Get school ratings at http://www.sugarlandtxhome.com/sugar_land_schools.  ... read more
Applying for a Home Loan

Applying for a Home Loan

Items Needed To Apply for a Home Loan Applying for a home loan these days is not for the “weak at heart”! It is a pain-in-the-neck process no matter how much money you have. NOTE: Read The Perfect Loan File on Forbes for details. There is a lot of paperwork required in order to obtain a home loan. Plus, you will have to provide much of the paperwork multiple times throughout the loan process because of new lending standards. Lenders are now required to verify certain items several times through the process…so don’t get offended or frustrated when they ask you for something that you have already provided them. Here’s what you will probably need: Proof of identity for borrowers including driver’s license and Social Security number. Address history for three years. Copy of tax returns for past 2 years. Banks names and numbers for all checking and savings accounts. Bank statements for the past 3 months. Documentation of all income including pay stubs for past 2 months. Proof of bonuses for 2 years if applicable. W-2 forms showing income for past 2 years. Job history for past 2 years. Net worth sheet with list of all assets and liabilities including account numbers. Most recent 401K statements and other retirement accounts. Copy of gift letter if applicable. If self-employed, copy of balance sheet. Divorce decrees if divorced in the past 2 years. Proof of residency, if applicable. College transcript if you were a student in the past 2 years. Bankruptcy discharge papers, if applicable.   Home Buyers: What Not To Do  Maybe you’ve just gotten married. Maybe you got... read more

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Sheila Cox RealtorAgent: Sheila Cox, Realtor

Broker: Keller Williams Southwest
1650 Highway 6, #350 (Map)
Sugar Land , TX 77478
Phone: (832) 779-2890

 

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