The Houston Loop Publishes New 2015 Guide to City's Top Neighborhoods and Suburbs

New guide provides insider info on everything from hip, historic neighborhoods like the Heights to popular metro-area cities like Sugar Land, The Houston Loop reports

The Houston Loop, one of the leading sources of information regarding America's fourth-largest city, published a brand-new guide to Houston's top neighborhoods. The site's new 2015 houston neighborhood guide gives insiders' perspectives on the most talked-about topics, from the quality of the schools in Bellaire to the latest developments in the houston heights real estate market. With a strong economy, highly affordable housing, and attractive quality of life, Houston is a fast-growing destination city for people from around the United States, so the new Houston Loop guide to its neighborhoods and surroundings will interest many readers.

"Houston is undoubtedly one of the best places to live in the United States," Houston Loop representative Jake Watts said, "Coming to grips with such a large, dynamic city can be difficult, though. We're happy to announce the launch of our 2015 Houston neighborhood guide. We think it's going to be rewarding reading for everyone from longtime residents to those contemplating a move to the area."

The most populated city in Texas by a solid margin, Houston itself is home to around two and a quarter million people, with millions more spread throughout the surrounding metropolitan area. Covering just under six hundred miles in total, it is also the most expansive city in the United States.

Houston stands out in a number of other significant ways, too. A complete lack of zoning regulations, for example, means that many of its neighborhoods have an appealing mixed-use flavor that would be impossible to come by in other cities.

While the city's economic fortunes are famously tied, to an extent, to those of the many oil and gas companies that are headquartered there, Houston has, over the years, developed a broader industrial and commercial base that makes it one of the nation's undoubted economic powerhouses. The city has averaged annual job growth of more than 4.5% in recent years, consistently putting it near the top of the charts.

For all these reasons and more, people around the country and from elsewhere in the world regularly look to move to Houston. The brand new Houston Loop 2015 guide to the city's neighborhoods provides up-to-date information on ten of the top options within and around Houston. It will therefore be a valuable resource for anyone thinking of moving to or within the area, as well as those simply looking to learn more about the city.

With a mission of providing visitors with exclusive, useful information about Houston and the greater metropolitan area, The Houston Loop regularly publishes resources like the new neighborhood guide. A steady stream of other articles on the website cover topics ranging from particular houston real estate markets to lifestyle articles and the latest news. The new Houston Loop 2015 guide to Houston's neighborhoods is available now to visitors to the site.

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