• The Woodlands Area Brag Book

  • Check out the pitch lines from some of our biggest fans. 

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    2016 LARGEST HOUSTON-AREA CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE // Houston Business Journal

    The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce was ranked The 2nd Largest Chamber in Houston in the 2016 Book of Lists by the Houston Business Journal. You can find the full study here: http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/subscriber-only/2016/06/10/chambers-of-commerce.html

    The Book of Lists ranks Chamber of Commerce by operating budget.

    submitted 6.10.16

     

     

     

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    BEST CITIES TO LIVE // Paper City

    The Woodlands was named The #1 Best City to Live in Texas and The 6th Best City to Live in America in a recent study from the magazine Paper City. You can find the full study here: http://www.papercitymag.com/real-estate/best-cities-live-america-texas-dominates-woodlands-number-one/

    The new Best Cities to Live in America rankings carry a decidedly Texas feel. In fact, five of the Top 25 best places to live in the United States can be found in the Lone Star State. That’s the most for any state. Are you really surprised?

    submitted 5.24.17


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     2017 BEST PLACES TO BUY A FOREVER HOME // Good Call

    The Woodlands was named The #1 Best Place to Buy a Forever Home in a recent study from GoodCall.com. You can find the full study here: https://www.goodcall.com/data-center/2017-best-places-buy-forever-home/‚Äč.

    Texas is the place to go if you’re looking to settle in for the long haul. GoodCall® analysts crunched several metrics from 509 cities nationwide to determine the Best Places to Buy a Forever Home. Six of the top 10 are cities in the Lone Star State.

    submitted 3.3.17


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    2017 MOST & LEAST RECESSION-RECOVERED CITIES // WalletHub

    The Woodlands was named 2017’s 3rd Most Recession-Recovered City in a recent study from the leading personal finance outlet WalletHub.com. You can find the full study here: https://wallethub.com/edu/most-least-recession-recovered-cities/5219/.

    To measure the progress of local economies since the financial crisis and amount of recovery work that remains to be done, WalletHub’s analysts compared 505 U.S. cities of varying sizes across 18 key economic indicators. The data set ranges from “inflow of college-educated workers” to “share of households receiving public assistance” to “homeownership rate.”

    submitted 1.11.17



  •  2017 BEST & WORST CITIES AT MONEY MANAGEMENT // WalletHub

    The Woodlands was named the City with the 95th Best Money-Management Skills in a recent study from the leading personal finance outlet WalletHub.com. You can find the full study here: https://wallethub.com/edu/best-cities-at-money-management/19256/.

    In order to determine where Americans are best at handling their finances, WalletHub’s analysts compared 2,534 cities based on 10 key indicators of money-management skills. The data set ranges from “median credit score” to “average number of late payments” to “mortgage debt-to-income ratio".

    submitted 3.3.17


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    BEST PLACES TO LIVE IN TEXAS // NerdWallet

    The Woodlands was named The #1 Best Place to Live in Texas a recent study from NerdWallet.com. You can find the full study here: https://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/mortgages/best-places-to-live-in-texas-2015/

    In a state overflowing with pride, the question of a “best city” is an area of debate. Looking at a variety of data sources, NerdWallet ranked the 50 largest cities in Texas on quality-of-life indicators to determine the best places to live.

    submitted 6.15.15

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    2017 BEST SUMMER VACATION SPOTS // WalletHub

    Greater Houston was named 2017’s 7th Best Summer Vacation Spot in a recent study from the leading personal finance outlet WalletHub.com. You can find the full study here: https://wallethub.com/edu/best-summer-travel-destinations/3792/.

    To help travelers plan the perfect summer getaway, WalletHub’s data crunchers compared the 80 largest metro areas across 38 key indicators of budget- and fun-friendliness. The data set ranges from cost of the cheapest flight to number of attractions to average price of a two-person meal.

    submitted 5.17.17

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