Houston Real Estate News

Surviving Hurricane Harvey: One Family’s Story

By Karen Eubank / September 5, 2017 / 1 Comment

The moment Hurricane Harvey hit, everyone called family and friends to see if they were safe and find out what we could do. My first call was to my friends Suzy and Brian. Brian is a vice president with an energy company. Suzy is a designer and owner of an antique shop. They have two […]

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Tomball Doctor Mad at Houstonia Magazine for “Disgusting” Biracial Realtor’s Ad… Really?

By Candy Evans / August 1, 2015 / 7 Comments

There is a print pub in Houston called Houstonia Magazine.  Seems the Ashton-Martini Group of agents at Martha Turner Sotheby’s International ran an ad in the magazine — the ad above (photo credit to Chris Skiles) and a couple of subscribers to the magazine got miffed. What bothered them? They were upset that the ad depicted […]

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San Antonio and Houston May be Popular With Millennials, but NAR Says Austin and Dallas are Better Values

By Joanna England / July 25, 2014 / 0 Comments

Where are all the first-time homebuyers? In their cozy rentals, that’s where! With a market almost completely devoid of newby buyers, and the rental market being as competitive as it is (just ask my friend looking for a single-family home in East Dallas!), and prices going up across all segments, it’s just hard to find […]

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More Millennials Opt For San Antonio And Houston Over Dallas, Trulia Says in New Survey

By Joanna England / July 22, 2014 / 5 Comments

I have a few friends that moved to San Antonio after college. One of them is an architect and the other was a medical student. Both were initially bummed about moving to the Alamo City. It was so different from Houston and Austin and Dallas. They weren’t sure they would like it. They didn’t know […]

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