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Neighborhood boundaries represent Market Areas from the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR).

Source of data: The Houston Association of Realtors analyzed Houston area subdivisions for the Houston Chronicle based on residential property sales handled through the Multiple Listing Service. These numbers represent median home prices based on sales in 2016. The median is the midpoint, so half of the houses sold for a higher price, and half for a lower price.

Houston’s Inner Loop provides its residents with a lifestyle different from what is available elsewhere in the city. There is a large variety available for residents to choose from, right outside their front door: from fine dining to hole-in-the-wall restaurants with excellent food, from farm-to-table restaurants, gastropubs and mixology bars to boutiques and hairdressers. From healthy lifestyle fitness options such as gyms, yoga and Pilates to many options in grocery stores. Walk your dog around the tree-lined streets while saying hello to neighbors. Spend a morning at your local coffee shop, sipping imported coffee freshly prepared and reading a newspaper surrounded by like-minded people. 

To that end, not all neighborhoods are created equal. Because not all neighborhoods are the same, the desirable neighborhoods appreciate more quickly. Explore our options in the best Houston locations in the map above.

HAR Market Area Value Appreciation 2011-2016 Surge Homes Developments
Heights/Greater Heights +49% 2810 Beauchamp St
450 Frasier St
1800 W 15th St
Midtown +40% Parc at Midtown, 2401 Crawford St
4001 Main St
Rice/Museum District +33% Museum blvd, 4819 caroline st
1820 Binz St
Upper Kirby +57% Upper Richton, 2307 Richton st
Value appreciation calculation based upon median prices of all homes sold in 2011 and 2016. data was drawn from HAR.com and compiled by surge homes®