About Rob Griffith Real Estate
Living in Houston has become a popular choice as the area has grown into a flourishing city with a relevant culture. Whether you are looking to buy a home or invest in rental properties, you will appreciate all that Houston has to offer.
Buying a home is possibly the biggest investment you will ever make. That’s why at Rob Griffith Real Estate we are dedicated to helping you through every step of the process in a professional and stress-free way. We not only know about purchasing homes but also the effective means to selling your home and using a 1031 exchange for real estate investment.
We Know Real Estate
We have knowledge of other aspects of the real estate industry that allows us to understand the process better and help you from an insiders perspective. For example, Rob Griffith knows about financing procedures from his public accounting job after graduating from the University of Texas. Rob also has extensive knowledge of building and remodeling, having built new construction and remodeled historic homes in and around the Heights area of Houston.
We Know the Community & Culture
Rob is a Houston native who was raised in the western part of the city but moved inside the loop 15 years ago where his love grew for the historic Heights community. Due to his long history with Houston, Rob is familiar with almost every neighborhood and community–proved through his current renovation project to a 1900’s home in the First Ward, and the building and selling of two luxury homes in the Heights.
What Living in Houston Has to Offer
Living in Houston has many advantages like nightlife, an expansive restaurant scene, historic communities and outdoor activities. We will not only find the home of your dreams but also help you live like a local because we are familiar with everything Houston has to offer. We can help you discover what this diverse city is all about and why you should call it home.
Food and dining
From fresh seafood in Galveston to award-winning steakhouses, Houston has it all. The city is known for its culturally diverse food options. Tex-mex favorites like the original Ninfas and The House of Pies’ specialties is what locals love indulging in. No matter what part of the city you’re in, there’s sure to be iconic eatery right around the corner.
Bars and beer
Along with our expansive array of restaurants are the bars lining up-and-down the streets of Downtown, Montrose, Midtown, and the Washington Corridor. Vintage pubs, classy drinks, and craft beers are what sets us apart from other places. There are upscale lounges and casual bars always nearby for whatever mood you’re in.
Outdoor activities like hiking, walking, running and biking is a huge part of Houston’s culture. An extensive network of hike/bike trails connects most of the inner loop communities. There are many parks in any area you may be in that offers more than just trails. Hermann Park takes you through iconic downtown spots like the zoo and Miller Outdoor Theatre–where you can view free shows all summer long. Buffalo Bayou Park takes you alongside the bayou in the heart of the city with towering bridges and beautiful views.
We have places like Discovery Green where you can walk your dog, play with your kids or see art sculptures. If you’re near the Galleria, visit the Waterwall Park where you can stand on towering walls of cascading water. For shopping gurus, you’re always close by your favorite shops. Highland Village has an outdoor shopping experience, and the River Oaks District offers luxury and designer stores with a market feel.
Houston’s properties range from luxurious lifestyle living in West University or River Oaks to hip and historical in Montrose, The Heights, and the Second and Sixth Wards. Are you looking for a quiet suburban home? Or, maybe you’re trying to invest in real estate and rent out a home in the Heights. No matter your situation, Houston has endless opportunities allowing you to move around as your life’s circumstances change.
The arts scene is the heartbeat of our city. Galleries of every kind can be found in Montrose along with the Museum of Fine Arts and Center for Photography. View the widely talked about Menil Collection, and the sculpture garden nearby. The Washington Avenue Cultural Arts District boasts studios and lofts with a wide variety of art by multiple local artists.
More than just visual arts, Houston has performing arts and theater too. Downtown you’ll find ballet, opera, musicals and plays. You can catch a concert at Toyota Center or see the Houston Symphony perform a classic show.
Rob Sells Houston
Rob and his team work with buyers, sellers and investors in the following Houston neighborhoods:
- Greater Montrose / Upper Kirby
- Greater Heights
- Lazybrook / Timbergrove
- First Ward
- Washington Corridor / Rice Military
- Camp Logan
- Glen Cove / Crestwood, Oak Forest / Garden Oaks
- Braeswood Place
- West University
- River Oaks
- Afton Oaks
- Museum District
- Medical Center
- East of Downtown / East End
Contact Us for more information on these Houston communities. We would love to talk to you about buying, selling, or investing in the area.