Houston Rental Homes & Living

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Inviting down-home vibe. Big power players. The city of Houston is vibrant, known especially for its international cuisine, plus fascinating and diverse art culture and museums. Performing art for every whim. Southern hospitality in stylish cowboy boots. Houston has long stretches of beach, lakes and bayous. It’s a vibrant city with much to offer and a taste you’ll love. Renting a home in Houston offers residents so many different options, from downtown urban living to spacious suburb houses. This city has something to offer everyone.

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The best parts of Texas are arguably found in Houston. With a rich, diverse culture and neighboring Louisiana, Houston is a quick getaway to all things adventure. The city has a range of attractions including the world-renowned Space Center Houston, where visitors can learn about space exploration. Or, residents can explore the Museum District, with so many different museums and art galleries. If you’re a nature enthusiast, Houston offers expansive parks like Hermann Park, plus find family-friendly locations at the Houston Zoo and the Miller Outdoor Theatre that provides entertainment for all ages.

When it comes to renting a house in Houston, newcomers or fellow residents can choose from a variety of neighborhoods, each with its own unique charm and bonuses. The city itself offers a mix of urban living near downtown and suburban comfort that is well-known throughout the state of Texas. Rental prices vary depending on the location and size of the property, but overall, Houston offers a relatively affordable cost of living compared to other major cities in the United States. If you’re looking to relocate for work or seeking new opportunities, browse our Houston homes for rent here.

Houston Arts & Entertainment

Houston’s arts and entertainment scene is vibrant and diverse, with world-class museums, theaters, and galleries offering a rich cultural experience for residents and visitors alike.

Houston Zoo
Downtown Aquarium
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
Children’s Museum Houston
The Houston Museum of Natural Arts
The Galleria
Houston Symphony
Houston Grand Opera

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Houston Destinations

Houston offers a plethora of destinations, from the iconic Space Center Houston to the sprawling Hermann Park, ensuring there’s always something new to explore in this dynamic city.

Armand Bayou Nature Center
Space Center Houston
The Health Museum
Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens
Houston Arboretum and Nature Center

Houston Outdoors

Houston’s outdoor spaces, including parks like Memorial Park and Buffalo Bayou Park, offer residents and visitors a chance to enjoy nature, with hiking and biking trails, kayaking, and other recreational activities.

Buffalo Bayou
Memorial Park
Hermann Park
Discovery Green
Houston Audubon

Houston Schools

Houston is home to several well-regarded school districts, including Houston Independent School District (HISD), Katy Independent School District (KISD), and Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District (CFISD). These districts offer a variety of educational options, from traditional public schools to charter schools and magnet programs, catering to a diverse student population. Families renting homes in these districts can access quality education and a range of extracurricular activities for their children. With careful planning, Houston renters can find suitable homes within their budget in areas that offer excellent educational opportunities for their children.


More About Houston, TX

A friendly cosmopolitan city with a small-town feel, Houston is the fourth-largest city in the Nation with more than 2.31 million residents. Houston boasts a thriving economy, and is known for its well-varied arts scene, champion professional sports teams, great entertainment and cuisine. When it comes to renting a home in Houston, choose from downtown areas or single-family homes in the suburbs. This city has plenty to offer. 

Houston is also considered the Energy Capital of the World. The City’s roots began from its burgeoning port, commerce continued to thrive from the railroad industry, and in 1901 oil was discovered. Today Houston is a leader in the fields of oil and natural gas, as well as biomedical research and aeronautics. Houston is home to more large public companies than any other city in the nation except New York City, and it ranks among the top cities in Forbes Best Places for Business and Careers, 2019.

Dining out in Houston is quite simply exceptional. Houston was named the “newest capital of great food” by Food & Wine (2013), and that same year it was rated the country’s most exciting food city by Tasting Table. Houston has roughly 10,000 restaurants and features cuisine from over 70 countries and U.S. regions. You’ll never grow tired of dining out in this this great city.

Houston’s nightlife offers something for everyone with high-energy dance clubs like Wild West or Meteor Lounge. Or get downright funky at a honky tonk club. There’s a plethora of sports pubs, wine bars and unique cafes. Explore the various districts of Houston, each has its own unique style and attraction, including Downtown, Midtown, Montrose, Washington Avenue and Rice Village. Living in Houston you’ll want to experience it all! And you can with the freedom and convenience of rental living with Tricon Residential. Single-family rental homes are available in good neighborhoods throughout the city.

For arts, Houston takes top billing with a thriving professional arts community. The Museum District alone has 19 cultural venues within blocks of each other. Houston is one of the few United States cities that has permanent, professional resident companies in all performing arts disciplines. In the Theater District there’s Houston Grand Opera, Houston Ballet, Houston Symphony Orchestra, and Alley Theatre. The city also has many small independent art groups, folk artists and arts organizations.

For family entertainment, Space Center Houston lets you peak inside mission control, Downtown Aquarium presents a fascinating underwater world. The Children’s Museum of Houston has over 90,000 square feet of interactive, bilingual exhibits. The Health Museum takes children on a virtual journey through the human body where they can see their internal organs and see themselves in the future. The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) invites families to discover the world of art together through featured exhibits. Many Houston residents have discovered that single-family rental home living with Tricon Residential gives them more time to enjoy doing the things they love.

Houston’s mild, year-round climate promotes the enjoyment of outdoor recreation as a lifestyle choice. The City is one of the greenest cities in the nation with over 66,000 acres of park land and 580 parks, according to the Trust for Public Land. Central Park has nearly 1,500 acres of green located in the heart of Houston. Memorial Park features golf, tennis, pool and trails, while Discovery Green Park brings Wi-Fi to your park experience and also a farmers market, dog park, and ice-skating during winter months.

Six professional major league teams play out of Houston, including the Houston Astros (MLB), Houston Texans (NFL), Houston Rockets (NBA), Houston Dynamo (MLS), Houston Dash (NWSL), and Houston SaberCats (MLR).

The Houston region with its coast, lakes and bayous is ideal for sailing, fishing, kayaking and escaping the city to enjoy nature in all its glory. At Buffalo Bayou, you can take a canoe tour along the serpentine waterway and gaze upon spectacular views of the downtown skyline. Or go further out to Armand Bayou Nature Center where you’ll likely see alligators and river otters. Galveston Island is the place for coastal walks and beach fun.

Houston’s thriving economy, eclectic and diverse neighborhoods, abundant cultural attractions and award-winning cuisine are just some of the reasons you’ll want to call Houston home. Add to that authentic Southern charm that is sure to capture your heart in a way that no other city can.

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