Taking the kids to Memorial City Mall turned out to be fun, and it made me consider the real estate situation near the mall. Maybe not such a bad place to live if you are working in the Energy Corridor of Houston.
Archive for the ‘Living in Houston’ Category
Some thoughts on improving the Houston Association of Realtors’ website (HAR.com)to better serve the community (real estate professionals and consumers).
Instead of discontinue the TRCC, maybe we should look into how we can improve its performance. Having public members who have more of a concern for the consumer may be a better option.
Title companies are either pulling out of the Houston market, or they are becoming insolvent. This is leading to concerns in the housing sector as buyers are worried about where their home closing may take place.
Salvage yards are a great place to make your own find to have a special piece in your home. Houston’s Historic Salvage Warehouse can provide you with some interesting finds.
After finding a marketing study detailing the positions for brokerages on the internt, I am thinking about if it might be better for your marketing to go through an alt search engine.
Houston is a city designed for the car, but rising fuel costs are encouraging the city to look at mass transit solutions.
Bad housing news feeds upon itself, which causes more bad news.
How can you get around Houston? It will effect the home that you buy.
A great place to take the family is Houston’s downtown public library.
A look at a scam on Craigslist that can effect you when buying a home.
Hands on Houston at the Center for Contemporary Craft Houston is a great event for some family fun.
The Houston Foodbank can be a good place for the family to go together to volunteer.
A site that provides reviews of local eateries.