Archives for January 2015

Now is the time to buy a home…..Interest Rates are still historically low

Even though the inventory of used homes is low at this time, The Fellwock Real Estate Group can and WILL find you your dream home. If there is not a slightly used home that you fall in love with, there are many, many new home builders that will build your dream home! Typically the process […]

4003 Fitzwater Dr., Spring Tx. SOLD in 4 days!!!

Terri Fellwock with The Fellwock Real Estate Group SOLD 4003 Fitzwater Dr, in Spring, Tx for $5000 over list price in 4 days!  The sellers were pleasantly surprised that the sell of the home and the closing process went so smooth and so fast.  If you want to sell your home in record time for top […]


We have active buyers and low inventory. Most likely your home will sell for top dollar in a short time period. We can sell your home or lease it out and help you find a new one. With our same seller same buyer program we can put money back in your pocket! Call Terri Fellwock […]

7 Ways You’re Accidentally Improving Your Credit

There’s little doubt that Americans with higher credit scores get better deals on core consumer items like mortgages, auto loans and credit cards.  In many cases, you might be getting those “good credit” benefits without even knowing it.  In the credit management game, experts call that “accidental improvement” of your credit-and yes, there’s nothing wrong […]

Texas Lawmakers Take Aim at Taxes Generated by Water Districts

Add water districts to the list of small government entities in Texas that will likely protest bills filed by state lawmakers that would either cut the rate in half on rollback elections and appraisal caps. Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick told reports he intended to “get a handle” on property taxes, leaving the weapon of choice […]

Supreme Court Hears Texas Case over Alleged Housing Discrimination

The first test for new Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton post-inauguration goes before the U.S. Supreme Court January 21st as two sides argue whether civil rights discrimination claims can be applied to the Fair Housing Act. The nexus of this case is in Dallas, where a 1990 consent decree, Walker v HUD, stood for 11 […]

Trail Riders Call to Fight Crime and Injustice

Trail ridges are joining the call to fight crime and injustice in Houston neighborhoods.  Four groups in the Black Trail Riders Association lead a Unity Ride through Acres Homes in northwest Houston.  They say they want to bring positive changes and stop violence, particularly in the black community. “We are our brother’s keepers.  And if […]

Houston’s Housing Market Sees Another Record-Breaking Year, Slowdown Likely in 2015

Houston’s housing market remained red hot in 2014 – its best year on record – but a cool down might be coming.  There were 75,319 single-family closings and 91,202 total closings in 2014, representing the most transactions in Houston’s history, the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR) report on January 14th.  Those figures are up 2.8% […]

New Active-Adult Community Planned for The Woodlands

  Del Webb, a national brand of Atlanta-based PulteGroup Inc., has acquired 200 acres next to The Woodlands to build a new community for active adults.  Del Webb The Woodlands will be 5 miles from I-45 on FM 1488, and it is expected to open in 2016.  The new community will include 550 homes, expansive […]


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