4 Takeaways from Yellen after Fed Decides Not to Raise Rates

Here are 4 takeaways from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s news conference following the Fed’s decision to keep its federal funds rate at or near zero: Stop focusing so much on when the Fed will start raising rates Too much attention is being paid to when the Fed will begin raising its federal funds rate […]

Here’s the Estimated Economic Impact of Houston’s Recent Floods

The economic impact from the recent floods that damaged property and public infrastructure in Houston could range between $200 million and $550 million, according to BBVA Compass economists.  That estimate takes into consideration the damage to housing, structures and cars, as well as lost value-added and tax revenues.  A local contractor stated how rain delays […]

Houston’s Biggest Quality of Life Problems

It might come as no surprise to Houstonians, but one of the biggest problems that plague the city’s quality of life today is traffic.  That’s according to the 2015 Houston Area Survey from Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research.  The problem is tied to Houston’s continued population growth, which doesn’t appear to be slowing down anytime soon, […]

Questions & Answers: How long will the Real Estate upswing last?

Houston’s housing market never experienced serious declines during the downturn, but the upswing has been fierce.  Single-family home sales have risen for 34 straight months, and prices have been climbing for two years, as a growing economy continues to fuel home buying in many parts of town. Even as a historically low inventory has made […]

Same Buyer, Same Seller Program

This program is designed to reward you for using our office in ALL of your Real Estate Needs. If you are buying a home, new construction or not, and also selling your current home, let us handle both transactions for you! If you use the same agent to buy and sell a home, we will […]


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