Moving to Montgomery County
Are you in the market for a new place to call home after a family law case? If you need to decide about where to move after completing a divorce or child custody case then consider the possibilities of Montgomery County, Texas. Known as the “Birthplace of the Texas Flag,” Montgomery County combines the history of frontier Texas with an ascending job base and population in modern times. The result is a great place to live and raise a family.
Montgomery County has seen a dramatic uptick in population in recent years from Harris County and the city of Houston. With remote work becoming more of an option people are choosing to leave the big city for the convenience and quality of life in Montgomery County. Located directly north of Harris County, Montgomery County should not be seen as a rural outpost, however. With towns like Conroe and Montgomery- not to mention cities like The Woodlands- Montgomery County has something for everyone when it comes to living.
If you are from out of town there are two main ways to visit Montgomery County. the first is by vehicle. Interstate 45 cuts through the middle of the county and runs north to south. Houstonians looking to make a move are surely familiar with this oft travelled route. However, if you live in east Texas and are considering a move for work or family then you, too, can find Montgomery County by travelling south on Interstate 45. Highways 242 and 105 are two other important methods for travel within the county and beyond.
Once you have looked at Montgomery County yourself, your next decision will be where to live. There are so many options for living in Montgomery County. If you are interested in lakeside retreats, April Sound and Bentwater near Lake Conroe are right up your alley. Easy access to Highway 105 and Interstate 45 makes travel to work a breeze from either of these communities just west of Conroe.
Are you looking for something a bit more traditional in terms of subdivision life? Then The Woodlands and neighborhoods such as Panther Creek and Creekside may be what you are seeking. Terrific public schools through Tomball ISD and Conroe ISD in addition to proximity to stores, amenities and entertainment are some of the main calling cards of The Woodlands.
Finally, rural life is possible in Montgomery County. From Splendora to Magnolia, communities with acreage and quiet can be found in Montgomery County. Just when you thought it would be impossible to find a place to call your own away from the hustle and bustle, Montgomery County comes along and causes you tap your breaks on that concern. Low property taxes, no homeowners’ associations and solitude could be just what you need after a difficult family law case.