Woodforest Again Ranks as Montgomery County’s Most Active Development
Coming this Fall, Westin Homes will be selling in Woodforest. Below is an article published in The Paper that shows exactly why we are so excited about this opportunity to offer our beautiful homes in this development.
Published by The Editor on Fri, 07/08/2016
Montgomery, Texas (July 7, 2016) – Woodforest is again the most active master-planned community in Montgomery County, according to data compiled by housing consulting firm Metrostudy.
Metrostudy recently released its annual list of Houston’s top 25 developments based on the number of houses builders started. Woodforest ranked No. 4 in the Houston area for 2015 with 409 housing starts, nearly 100 more than the next Montgomery County development on the list. This is the second year Woodforest has earned the No. 4 spot.
“A wide range of homes, resort-style amenities, access to highly regarded schools and a coveted Montgomery County location — Woodforest has a lot to offer,” said Virgil Yoakum, general manager of the community. “And with the addition of church services, on-site retail and preschools opening soon, Woodforest is becoming even more of a hometown for our residents.”
Thirteen of Houston’s top builders offer everything from patio homes to single-family homes to luxury homes in the 3,000-acre community. Homes are priced from the $190,000s.
Woodforest is one of four Johnson Development Corp. projects to be listed among the top 10 active communities on the report. Riverstone, with 692 home starts, is the most active community in the Houston area. Riverstone’s sister Fort Bend community, Sienna Plantation had 376 home starts, placing it fifth on the tally. Cross Creek Ranch in Fulshear is ranked No. 6 with 346 home starts.
Woodforest is located seven miles west of Interstate 45 and approximately 5 miles north of The Woodlands. Prospective buyers can start their home search online at www.woodforesttx.com.
Photo: Woodforest has once again been named the most active community in Montgomery County, according to a report recently released by housing researcher Metrostudy.