Hughes Landing in The Woodlands

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A quick preview of what is to come (and what is already built) in Hughes Landing:     … [Read more...]

“Oil Prices May Restore Balance to the Market….”

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HAR predicts the Houston real estate market will normalize with the decline in oil prices.  Please see forecast in the video below.   … [Read more...]

VIDEO: How to winterize your sprinkler system

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Simple instruction to guide you in winterizing your sprinkler system … [Read more...]

2014 Montgomery County Heart & Stroke Walk

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Heart disease, stroke, and all other cardiovascular diseases, claim more than 813,804 American lives a year. In order to raise awareness and fund research, the American Heart Association (AHA) is hosting the the 2014 Montgomery County Heart & Stroke Walk on Saturday, November 1, 2014. This will be a non-competitive 5K walk aimed at … [Read more...]

August 2014 Market Update – Low Inventory, Rising Prices moving into the Fall

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Inventory is still low, and prices still rising.  Watch for the latest update on the Houston real estate market. … [Read more...]

Creating the Perfect Study Space

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So it's that time of year again! With school back in session, you might be scrambling to get your family back to a normal routine. But, fear not! Here are some great tips for setting up a designated study space in your home. The kids will be back to their studious selves in no time. Before making any executive decisions, talk to your kids. What … [Read more...]

Three Things You Should Know Before Meeting Your Agent

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THIS IS A RE-PUBLISHED ARTICLE - originally written in early 2011. I recently received a call from a writer at the Houston Chronicle, asking me to answer a real estate-related question for an upcoming column. I believe some things are just meant to be, and after she revealed the question to me, I knew that question was meant to be … [Read more...]

Preparing Your Home for a Hurricane

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Hurricane season officially arrived in June, but often, the end of the season can be the worst. And while there is no immediate threat to our part of the Texas coastline right now, it’s always good to be prepared. Besides common prep procedures like boarding up windows, here are a few things to you can do to protect your home the best you … [Read more...]

Budget-Friendly Curb Appeal Tips

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First impressions are everything when it comes to selling a home. And while you might think the abundance of interior square footage, open layout, or prime location of your home are enough to bring in an offer, never underestimate the importance of curb appeal. The feeling buyers get when they first pull up to your home will influence how they view … [Read more...]

Sales Continue to Rise

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Sales continue to rise in the Greater Houston market area, with the higher end market and the lease market seeing the strongest growth. … [Read more...]