Sugar Land

Joanie Caskey is the great, great granddaughter of Benjamin Franklin Terry, who was one of Sugar Land’s early settlers in the 1800s and is well known for naming the City of Sugar Land after his sugar plantation. In 1852, he purchased the Oakland plantation, a cotton, corn and sugar cane growing enterprise and renamed it Sugar Land. Years later the plantation became Imperial Sugar, a business and company town that has grown into a thriving city/suburb of Houston with a population of well over 83,000 people in one of the most ethnically diverse and fastest growing counties in the U.S., Fort Bend County. Sugar Land boasts numerous, exceptional master-planned communities, with new developments in the works. The housing is affordable, and the property values remain strong.

Sugar Land Real Estate Overview:
• The average list price for a home in Sugar Land is $502,334.
• A home in the Sugar Land has a median square footage of 3,317.

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