Texas Gulf Coast

New Insurance Law Will Get First Stress Test With Hurricane Harvey Claims

By Bethany Erickson / August 28, 2017 / 0 Comments

As the rest of the state watched helplessly as first Hurricane Harvey’s winds, then water, wreaked havoc on the coast of Texas and Houston, something else began circulating — a warning about a change to state law regarding weather-related claims on homeowners insurance. House Bill 1744 was signed into law May 27 by Gov. Greg […]

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Total Destruction: What Will Hurricane Harvey do to the Houston Real Estate Market?

By Candy Evans / August 28, 2017 / 10 Comments

We begin our week by telling friends and relatives in South Texas how very, very sorry we are for the destruction they are experiencing. Harvey the Horrible is filling Houston with water. Five deaths have been reported. More than 1,000 people have been rescued from the flooding while the city of Houston has responded to […]

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Texas Takes Four Spots in Kiplinger’s 10 Cheapest Cities You Want to Live in

By Joanna England / September 15, 2014 / 0 Comments

  I’m sure Augusta, Ga., is really nice and all, but do you really want to live there? Isn’t it a better place to visit? That’s why Kiplinger’s broke down it’s well-known list of “cheapest cities to live in” and spawned it’s list of “cheapest cities you want to live in.” That’s a pretty significant distinction, […]

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Protected: Now Let’s Talk About Who Bought Troy Aikman’s House on Highland Drive

By Candy Evans / October 31, 2013 / Enter your password to view comments.

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A Cure for Depression: Cinnamon Shore, Texas Gulf Coast Real Estate

By Candy Evans / April 6, 2011 / 0 Comments

I feel like some House Porn Candy (I’m trying to go on a diet and stick with Candy instead of Porn) and when I saw this home at gorgeous Cinnamon Shore last weekend, I seriously said — I’m selling everything and moving in. Squatters rights, whatever. What is it about being at the beach that […]

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Fly Fisherman’s Dream Home in Port Aransas: Here’s Where You Tie the Flies

By Candy Evans / March 28, 2011 / 0 Comments

This is what I’m talking about: have you ever seen a more perfect place to keep and organize all your fly fishing gear? Just walk out the door to the dock, and leave your waders at the door!

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