Learn more about March 2019 feature neighborhood Cross Creek Ranch in Fulshear

Located near Fulshear, Cross Creek Ranch is a master-planned community developed by Johnson Development Corp. Across 3,200 acres, Cross Creek Ranch includes over 32 miles of trails for hiking and biking, lakes, three pools and parks, according to the community’s website.

Cross Creek Ranch covers two school districts—Katy ISD and Lamar CISD—and five municipal utility districts, per the website. Property taxes per $100 in valuation range between $3.34 and $3.58.

Build-out year: Still building
Builders include: Avanti, Chesmar, Newmark, Perry, Trendmaker
Square footage: 1,580-5,834
Home values: $204,000-$1,025,000
HOA dues (estimated): $1,100-$2,700 annually
Amenities: Waterpark, fitness center, lakes
Schools: Randolph Elementary School, Campbell Elementary School, Seven Lakes Junior High School, Thompkins High School in Katy ISD

Property taxes (in dollars):
Katy ISD - 1.5166
City of Fulshear - 0.1625
Fort Bend County General - 0.4450
Fort Bend County Drainage - 0.0190
Fort Bend Co ESD - 4 0.1000
MUD 171 - 1.1065
Total (per $100 valuation) - 3.3496
Due to its size, this is only one example of applicable property taxes and a few schools in Katy ISD.

Neighborhood data provided by See Tim Sell LLC, Tim Sojka of Keller Williams Realty. Homes Under Contract and Homes on the Market are as of April 1.


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