Spring Branch Neighborhoods to Watch in 2021


The Spring Branch real estate landscape has been growing and changing faster every year. In this blog post we’re breaking down the top 5 neighborhoods in 77055, 77080, and 77043 to keep an eye on this year.

Neighborhoods to Watch in 2021

1. Ridgeview

Ridgeview has been on the up and up for at least the last 3 years but it is primed for an even bigger year in 2021 with it’s close proximity to 610 and Spring Valley.

2. Campbell Woods

You could say that Campbell Woods has taken it’s time but it’s made some solid strides if you’re looking for a single-family ranch style home on a decent sized lot. With an average sales price under $300k and prime location in the heart of Spring Branch, it’s easy to see the upside.

3. Westview Terrace

Westview Terrace has had some amazing growth over the past few years and it’s easy to see that just from taking a short drive through the neighborhood but there’s still a ton of opportunity and room to grow. With the average original home in the neighborhood being built before 1960 and the size of the lots, it makes for a perfect prospect for a new home developer or builder to come in and build someone’s dream home.

4. Spring Branch Oaks

Did you say big lots? Homebuyer’s have always treasured lot size but new data is showing that people are spending more time outside than ever and in turn, want the biggest lot that they can afford. Spring Branch Oaks offers huge lots that you really can’t find anywhere else in the city with such close proximity to the inner loop.

5. Kempwood North

As i10 is the main vein of Houston, development has naturally grown off of the freeway and such development is finally making it’s way up to Kempwood and beyond. Kempwood North offers wide streets with established trees and homes built in the 1970’s on decently-sized lots. Definitely worth a look if you’re looking an entry level home but want to be in Spring Branch.

How We Did It

We identified the top 5 Spring Branch neighborhoods to watch in 2021 using an index of four key performance indicators: annual change in median asking rent, annual change in median sale price, annual change in user searches that include a given neighborhood on MySpringBranch, and the amount of new construction in the neighborhood.

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