Category Archives: Texas

Are Home Buyers Being Priced Out of the Market?

    Are home buyers being priced out of the market? The answer to this question depends a lot on where you live. All real estate is local. In many markets, homes have seen a 10+% increase in value in … Continue reading

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3 Trends that Could Influence Housing Inventory in 2014.

Inventory, or rather lack thereof, has been a big issue in many markets across the country. This has been especially true in Houston as well, where inventory is at historic lows. Here is a great article about what we might … Continue reading

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EastMontroseCool | Taking a walk on the cool side of Houston

Houston is a fairly young city, but contrary to popular belief, Houston does have history. Unfortunately, that history is slowly disappearing in many areas. A good example of this is in my own neighborhood – East Montrose.  East Montrose was … Continue reading

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25 Hottest Houston Neighborhoods | Houstonia Magazine

From the far suburban cookie cutter neighborhoods, to the “bohemian” Montrose area, there is something for all tastes. 25 Hottest Neighborhoods (Page 1) | Houstonia Magazine.

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Rich and Nancy Kinder donate $50 million to ambitious bayou park plan – CultureMap Houston

More green-space is coming to Houston thanks to a generous donation. Here is a link to the complete article on the Houston Culturemap website. Rich and Nancy Kinder donate $50 million to ambitious bayou park plan – CultureMap Houston.

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What a year so far in the Houston Real Estate market!

What a year so far!  2013 started off a little slow, then around March – BAM!  The local real estate market suddenly caught on fire.  In my 21+ years as a full-time Realtor, I’ve never seen anything like this.  Homes … Continue reading

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Houston vs. Dallas

Ok, I will admit that I am a little bit biased (well, actually a lot) in favor of Houston vs. Dallas since my family has been in Houston for over five generations, so I can’t resist posting this website that … Continue reading

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