Take The Stress Out Of A Move to Fort Bend County


Making a move from one city to another can be daunting. Whether your move was brought on by the latest promotion, a burgeoning romance, or simply a fresh start to a new adventure, there is a lot to consider and thoughtful planning with help from an expert can make the entire process flow smoothly.

Fort Bend is loved by its residents, not only for its “down home” southern hospitality, but also the diverse cultures and activities available.  With so many options, deciding of where to move can be difficult.

Getting to know the area in advance of a move goes a long way to ease the stress and uncertainty of a new environment.  Here are some key factors to consider and compare before your move:



The best way to navigate all the options available to you as you choose your new home is working with a knowledgeable expert in the area. Spend an afternoon with someone who takes the time to ask in-depth questions, to find out what is important to you. Not only should he or she provide market data, demographics, school information and beautiful homes, he can tell you where to get the best hair cut or take Fido if he gets sick. You want an area specialist. THE REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONALS AT KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY SOUTHWEST offer a special “3-hour tour” especially for relocation buyers. This free, no obligation tour includes an over-view of the area including visiting several homes in different communities. Simply call 281-265-0000 to schedule your free, no obligation home tour for an afternoon. Let us show you the best of what Fort Bend has to offer.



Fort Bend is home to some of the finest neighborhoods in the state with a plentiful blend of established and new development subdivisions.  Master-planned subdivisions are architecturally controlled to have cohesive aesthetics between commercial and residential proper-ties. They are designed to accommodate your entire life in a single area with parks, lakes, open areas, recreation,

dining, shopping and schools. They typically have varying price ranges within the master plan, so a homeowner can start in a first-time buyer segment, move-up to 2nd tier housing later and ultimately purchases high-end luxury all within the same master-planned community. Some other popular types of neighborhoods in Fort Bend include acreage communities, gated communities and active adult living communities.


Fort Bend County is home to a plethora of nationally ranked and state acclaimed schools within four different school districts (Fort Bend ISD, Lamar ISD, Needville ISD and Stafford MSD). In addition, there are several prestigious private schools from early education through high school. Texas has no state income tax, so property taxes are used as a primary source of funding for schools.


Finding a home that makes it easy to engage in the activities and hobbies you enjoy significantly reduces stress caused by a move

“Fort Bend is loved by its residents, not only for its “down home” southern hospitality, but also the diverse cultures and activities available.”

Whether you love biking, golfing, running, or gardening, locating others who share your passion can quickly cause a new place to feel like home. From clubs and organizations to hobby groups within HOAs, Fort Bend is home to an ever-growing epicenter of activity and events. Moving can be especially intimidating for children, so having a chance to explore and show them how they can still participate in their favorite activities provides security and reassurance.