Noted as one of the "Best Place to Live" by Forbes, Texas boasts an incredible economic market, affordable living, the lowest state and local tax burdens across the nation, an array of cultural hot spots, natural beauty and rich history, all of which root each resident in the ideal Texas lifestyle.

Consistently labeled as one of the world's best cities, Houston is a premier city within the great state of Texas and has earned an astonishing amount of diverse accolades that illustrate its enticing features. A bustling metropolis, Houston has one of the fastest growing populations and is home to a variety of Fortune 100's fastest growing companies. In addition to a booming economic market and quality of life, Houston quenches any thirst for cultural and recreational experiences with a plethora of professional performance art institutions, museums and professional sports teams. This great city will also excite those who want to lose themselves in the great outdoors with diverse landscapes and recreational activities.

Positioned within the Texaplex (the highly populated triangular region in Texas that is outlined by the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in the north down to the Houston metropolitan area, over to San Antonio and Austin, Texas), residents have access to an incredible array of business opportunities and leisure destinations. A multi-cultural city with a growing international population, Houston is truly rich in diversity and is a global leader in international business.

With an emphasis on education, Houston is home to over 60 colleges and universities, amongst the 143 that are located throughout Texas. The quest for knowledge continues beyond collegiate walls into the world-renowned Texas medical center in Houston, which is comprised of 47 research and healthcare institutions, the largest concentration in the world.

Although not to be overshadowed, Galveston Bay offers a luxurious waterfront resort lifestyle that is rich with history. The nationally recognized Strand Historic Landmark District is comprised of beautiful Victorian era buildings that host noteworthy festivals throughout the year. A thriving port since 1816, Galveston is the number one cruise port on the Gulf Coast and fourth in the United States.

The Star Of Texas Regional Center aims to support the devastated Galveston area so that newly established businesses and residents can not only reap the benefits of extraordinary neighboring cities, but also begin to revitalize their own backyard. Join the community and invest in the American dream today.