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Sugar Land Relocation Guide

Sugar Land Relocation Guide

Get the Inside Scoop on Sugar Land

This 170+ page Sugar Land Relocation Guide contains all the information you need about the city of Sugar Land, TX.


  • What are the best Sugar Land neighborhoods?
  • Where are Sugar Land schools and what are their ratings?
  • How well do the homes hold their value?
  • What is the city of Sugar Land TX like…what is there to do?

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Sugar Land Relocation Guide Contents

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Relocating to Sugar Land

» Places to stay when visiting including the Town Square Marriott

I can’t tell you how much I love living in the Sugar Land area, and if you’re in the process of relocating to Sugar Land, I know you’re going to love this 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?…

Culturally 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 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

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 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.


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.

Extended Stay in Sugar Land

Also known as Temporary Housing or Short-Term Housing

If you need extended stay in Sugar Land or Stafford (which is adjacent to Sugar Land), here are some options. These options frequently change, but this should at least get you started.

Extended Stay America Houston – Sugar Land
13420 Southwest Fwy, #59, Sugar Land, TX 77478
(281) 494-6699

Extended Stay America Houston – Stafford
4726 Sugar Grove Blvd, Stafford, TX
(281) 240-0025

Studio 6 Houston – Stafford/Sugar Land
12827 Southwest Freeway, Stafford, TX, 77477 
(281) 240-6900

Aplus Furnished Homes
2018 Winged Foot Dr Missouri City, TX 77459
(281) 416-2700

Oakwood Corporate Housing

(866) 279-5094

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