Sugar Land, Texas:
 A Modern Community With a Strong Historical Background

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Sugar Land doesn't have its name just because it's a sweet place to live; Sugar Land made its real economic start thanks to the sugar industry and sugar plantations. It started as a "company town" for The Imperial Sugar Company and is now one of the fastest growing cities in Texas.

Some of its local attractions include:

If these community features appeal to you, but you can't find a real estate listing to meet your needs, you might consider looking in nearby Katy or Richmond, Texas.
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Sugar Land Real Estate:
Neighborhood Information and Details

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Sugar Land is one of the fastest growing cities in Texas, making it an open field both for those looking to buy or sell a home. It is also an excellent source of real estate investment properties.

Population of Sugar Land: 118,488 (2020 Census Estimate)
Median Household Income: $121,274 (2019)
Median Home Price: $327,500 (2021)
School Districts: Fort Bend Independent School District and Lamar Consolidated Independent School District
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With such a fast-moving segment of the real estate industry in Sugar Land, using a realtor to help you stay on top of things can make all the difference in your efforts toward buying or selling a house. We at Liz Carter & Team Realty move as quickly as the market does to make sure our clients never miss out on the best real estate deal for them. If you're ready to enlist our help, call us so we can start pooling our real estate resources on your behalf today.
Call (281) 391-7653 or (281) 392-2910 to take the first steps into your real estate adventure with us.
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