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Fort Bend County is a fantastic Texas community that features amazing cities and family-friendly master-planned communities. Find your dream home in the region with our featured City Pages that showcase the best neighborhoods and available homes for sale in each city.

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Fort Bend County is a historical gem in southeast Texas with roots dating back to 1837.

The county drew its name from a small fort built on the banks of the Brazos River. It was initially a rural enclave heavily influenced by the railroad and oil and gas industries. Since then, it has undergone a remarkable evolution, bringing forth a wave of master-planned communities and diverse housing options. Many found a home in Sugar Land’s bustling metropolis, the amenity-rich neighborhoods of Missouri City, the serene charm of Fulshear, and the history-rich towns of Richmond and Rosenberg. Fort Bend County offers an enticing place to live, from cosmopolitan to rural. It’s got a rich history, a thriving present, and a promising future, making it an ideal place to plant roots.

FAST-GROWING COUNTY: Forbes recognized Fort Bend County as the fifth-fastest growing county in the United States in 2017. Behind this incredible growth is a combination of a pro-business government philosophy, an exceptional business climate, and ample development opportunities. The area has seen its business landscape transform, with the number of establishments nearly doubling in just a decade. This includes several Fortune 500 giants and innovative startups. The rapid expansion translates to more job opportunities and a robust economy, allowing residents to thrive.

SOCIAL & CULTURAL EVENTS: The annual Fort Bend County Fair in October and the Fort Bend County Czech Fest every May are two events that truly define the area. You can expect thrilling rodeo competitions that showcase the true Texan spirit, carnival rides, games, traditional dances and music performances, arts and crafts booths, and the aroma of delicious food. These occasions bring the community together, celebrating its rich culture and heritage.

HIGH QUALITY OF LIFE: Fort Bend County promises a high quality of life. It’s a place where diversity thrives, both in cultures and lifestyles. Education here is top-notch, with six school districts and four higher learning institutions. The business landscape offers opportunities in various sectors. It also boasts excellent transportation infrastructure, including major interstates, foreign trade zones, international airports, and a deep-water port. Safety and master-planned communities add to the allure. Residents here get the best of everything – education, job opportunities, convenience, and safety.

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Homes in Fort Bend County, TX

10 Real Estate Facts about Fort Bend County, TX

  • Among the top-notch residential areas in Fort Bend County are the exceptional subdivisions in Fulshear, Katy, Missouri City, Richmond, Rosenberg, and the Outer Fort Bend area.
  • Many homes offer picturesque views and access to outdoor activities thanks to the Brazos River, lush parks, scenic landscapes, and golf courses.
  • The area has various housing options, from sleek urban condos to spacious single-family homes, townhouses, and vacant lots for outbuilding.
  • Starter homes start at $100,000 while luxury mansions can go as high as $8.9M.
  • The typical property age in Fort Bend County’s real estate market is approximately 17 years.
  • About 53% of the housing units were built between 2000 and 2013, while approximately 16% were constructed during the 1990s. Another 16% date back to the 1960s.
  • In the past decade, home values in Fort Bend County have seen a remarkable appreciation rate of 98.9%.
  • The county boasts top-rated schools – Fort Bend ISD and Lamar CISD are known for their academic excellence.
  • Fort Bend County has lower violent and property crime rates than the national average.
  • Houston is only 40 minutes from Fort Bend, providing residents access to a world-class city’s amenities, job opportunities, and cultural attractions.
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Fort Bend County is in southeastern Texas, bordered by Waller County to the north, Harris County to the east, Wharton County to the southwest, and Austin County to the northwest. It is accessible via major highways, including U.S. Route 59 and Texas State Highway 6.

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Things to do in Fort Bend County, TX

Brazos Bend State Park

This 4,897-acre park teems with oak trees, lakes, and wildlife. It offers facilities like shelters, trails, and campgrounds.

Rosenberg Railroad Museum

Get to know railway history with entertainment through artifacts and exhibits, making learning enjoyable.

Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land

A multi-story science center showcasing the wonders of the natural world through galleries and special exhibitions.

First Colony Mall

A retail hub in Sugar Land featuring a mix of national and local stores, including Dillard's, Macy's, and more.


Schools in Fort Bend County, TX

School NameGradeAdmission
Austin Elementary SchoolK - 5Public
Sartartia Middle School6 - 8Public
Seven Lakes High School9 - 12Public
The Honor Roll SchoolK - 8Private
St. Laurence Catholic SchoolK - 8Private
Fort Bend Christian AcademyK - 12Private
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