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Selling your home in Katy Texas? Katy Homes For Sale & Texas Real Estate Facts!

Posted on November 13, 2014 by davida in General, Market Updates, Real Estate

You can stand out from all of the other Katy Texas homes for sale!Are you planning, or trying to decide whether or not to sell your Home or Real Estate Property in Katy, Texas? Well, here are several simple, yet proven and helpful Real Estate tips for selling your house and standing above all of […]

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Houston Housing Minute for August 2014

Posted on September 16, 2014 by Joe Rothchild in Market Updates

ALONG WITH THE MERCURY, HOUSTON HOME SALES RISE IN AUGUST Inventory holds its own as home sales and prices continue to climb HOUSTON — (September 10, 2014) — Summer wrapped up on a high note for the Houston real estate market, as August delivered gains in both sales volume and prices. Housing inventory held steady […]

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Houston Housing Minute for July 2014

Posted on August 13, 2014 by Joe Rothchild in Market Updates

THE HOUSTON REAL ESTATE MARKET REMAINS HOT IN JULY     Home sales edge up, prices climb and inventory builds     HOUSTON   — (August 13, 2014)  — The Houston housing market eked out another month of positive sales in July with prices up and the supply of homes continuing to grow, albeit slightly. Housing inventory, which fell to […]

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Houston Housing Minute for June 2014

Posted on July 10, 2014 by Joe Rothchild in Market Updates

HOUSTON HOME SALES STAGE A REBOUND IN JUNE An uptick in new listings of homes apparently helps meet buyer demand HOUSTON   — (July 9, 2014)  — Houston’s housing market refuses to lie down and take it. After the first decline in three years in May, home sales charged back into the black in June, most […]

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Houston Housing Minute for May 2014

Posted on June 11, 2014 by Joe Rothchild in Market Updates

HOUSTON HOME SALES DECLINE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THREE YEARS Lower sales volume reflects diminished housing inventory; prices rise to new records HOUSTON   — (June 11, 2014)  — Houston’s persistent lack of housing inventory resulted in the market’s first home sales decline in three years in May. Thirty-four consecutive months of positive sales ended […]

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Houston Housing Minute for April 2014

Posted on May 14, 2014 by Joe Rothchild in Market Updates

HOUSTON HOME PRICES REACH RECORD HIGHS IN APRIL DESPITE FLAT SALES Low housing inventory ends 34 consecutive months of positive sales HOUSTON   — (May 14, 2014)  — Houston’s 34-month positive sales streak came to an end in April, reflecting the extremely tight supply of available housing. Despite the unchanged year-over-year sales volume, homes that did […]

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MLS Report for March 2014

Posted on April 9, 2014 by Joe Rothchild in Market Updates

MLS Report for March 2014 HOUSTON HOME SALES AND PRICES CLIMB AGAIN IN MARCH     Despite low inventory, home sales blossom for a 34th straight month HOUSTON   — (April 9, 2014)  — If there’s a depleted supply of homes for sale in Houston, you wouldn’t know it from the market’s new monthly home sales figures. March […]

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Houston Housing Minute for February 2014

Posted on March 31, 2014 by Joe Rothchild in Market Updates

BUYING CONTINUES DESPITE A SHRINKING SUPPLY OF HOMES IN HOUSTON     Home sales and prices rose for another month in February HOUSTON   — (March 18, 2014) — Despite the lowest supply of homes for sale that the Houston housing market has ever seen, enough consumers purchased real estate in February to keep sales in positive territory […]

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Why You Should Always Use a Realtor When Buying a Home

Posted on February 26, 2014 by Joe Rothchild in Real Estate

Representation is very important when buying a home!

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10 Trends Changing How You’ll Shop in 2014

Posted on February 25, 2014 by Joe Rothchild in General

10 Trends Changing How You’ll Shop In 2014 Source: www.msn.com You’ll order things more easily and they will be more tailored to your needs. See what 2014 will bring. As the U.S. economy continues to its slow climb from the depths of the recession, a better job market and increased home values finally have consumers […]

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