Relocating to Houston
The 200 plus page Relocating to Houston guide is the premier tool to help HR professionals to inform new employees and their families that are relocating to Houston about their new city.

With up to date information, breath taking photography and corresponding website with coupons and application this book will answer your questions and concerns of your prized recruits.

Below is a sample of chapters and information included in the guide as well as links to order books and other products to help you to reach your goals and inform your out of town buyers.
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Once you’ve settled in to your new home, you’ll want to learn more about Houston and the region, including population and climate information, local government structure, a Houston historical timeline and essentials like police, fire and Houston Public Library information. You’ll also find information about obtaining a driver’s license, registering ... more »
High-Rises, Mid-Rises, Lofts and Townhouses Abound In Houston If you ask urban professionals the difference between high-rise living in Houston and in other large U.S. cities, right away they mention the value—larger space and more amenities for the price. Similar to reasonable single-family home prices in the region, high-rise properties come ... more »
Finding Your Home in the Houston Area When Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine rated Houston in 2008 as the best city in which to live, work and play, a main criterion was reasonable living costs. Houston and the area don’t disappoint in this category, particularly regarding housing costs. According to the most ... more »
More Than 5 Million People Call the Region Home While Houston is the most populous city, the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown Metropolitan Statistical Area (Houston MSA), consists of 10 counties: Austin, Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty, Montgomery, San Jacinto and Waller. The 2010 population of more than 5,946,000 ranks Houston sixth ... more »
Many Houstonians relate to Continental Airlines’ slogan “work hard, play hard.” The New York Times said of the city, "Maybe that's what makes Houston such an unusual and wonderful place – there are so many different Houstons to see.” And as you explore and get to know your neighborhood and ... more »
Building Your Custom Dream Home Now that you’re relocating to the Houston area, it might be time to consider building a custom home. One good reason is that you can build a larger house with many extras at an affordable cost, particularly compared to building costs on either coast. A regional ... more »
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