CONROE, Texas, May 2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A study of recent real estate purchasers for land and homes concludes the most important factor for selecting a place to live is Quality of Life. The 18-month survey clearly established a trend that is perhaps not so new. This study suggests what is important today is in line with the lifestyle that many Baby Boomers experienced in their childhood - a throwback to a slower time, before video games, internet, and cell phones.
Communities offering larger homesites with a focus on outdoor amenities cater to the Quality of Life market. Michael Mettlach, a resident in The Commons of Lake Houston said, "We moved to The Commons for the space and amenities. Our kids have a huge backyard that is over an acre so they can run wild."
The 3,400 acre community borders Lake Houston with over five miles of pristine shoreline. A leader in Quality of Life, The Commons of Lake Houston offers something for every family - a chance to bike or ride horseback along 30 miles of nature trails, take the boat out for a day of fishing or skiing, or simply spend a Saturday morning exploring over 100 acres of wooded parks on the lake. A favorite pastime in The Commons is outdoor cooking and entertaining, one more event that seems so much better when you are on a big estate as opposed to staring at your neighbors' garage.
This community was created by families for families.
"Outdoor activities are important for my family," said the developer of The Commons, Danny Signorelli, CEO of The Signorelli Company. "At our company, we use our real-life experiences to help create what we feel are the best places to live. Whether you are raising a family or an empty nester, our communities are designed around lifestyle focus points that make a Signorelli Community stand out."
Contact: The Signorelli Company, email@example.com
SOURCE The Signorelli Company