Moving to Katy
As one of the fastest growing areas of Houston, Katy is located where Fort Bend, Harris and Waller counties converge. The Katy Freeway, Westpark Tollway and Grand Parkway are the major highways, interstates and tollways that connect Katy to other suburban areas as well as to Houston itself. Old Town Katy has a lot to offer in its charming streets. The city of Katy is growing and expanding with leaps and bounds. With that growth comes opportunities for you and your family to take advantage of and contribute to.
The area of Katy boasts over 300,000 residents. With new and improving neighborhoods and master planned communities seemingly popping up every day, the city of Katy is home to so much right at your fingertips. Taking a trip to Katy just to visit is a great way to get a feel for this community. You are almost sure to find an area that suits you. Visit the neighborhoods, shops, restaurants, and other recreational activities in order to see just what Katy has to offer your family and you.
Katy has a higher-than-average percentage of residents who have a bachelor’s degree or higher. In addition, the median household income is above the national average. However, despite this well paid and well-educated population the cost of living and housing costs are below the average for an American city. The ability to earn a great living for your family combined with an affordability that is second to none is a point in favor of Katy.
Additionally, the University of Houston has recently opened a campus in Katy! You no longer must drive into Houston or Sugar Land to take advantage of the educational opportunities provided by the University of Houston. Rather your drive just got a whole lot shorter as you can take classes from the comfort of your new hometown- Katy.