Archive for the ‘The Houston Real Estate Market’ Category

Watching Vacant Homes; Selling these Houston Lots for $1

Houston Real Estate may be cheaper than many US markets, but did you know know that you could buy a lot for $1. Here is one way to get rid of a vacant home.

What Could Be Happening in Houston Real Estate when We Have Banks Failing?

With bank failures looming large, Houston real estate could be looking bad, but look closer to find bright spots.

Where is the Houston Real Estate Market Heading?

Good news and bad news for the Houston housing market from press releases and blogs.

The Houston Real Estate Market at a Glance

This is the time of year when home sales decrease, but there may be more to it than the season. Look at these posts to see the Houston Real Estate market.

Houston’s Housing Crisis: A Viewpoint

Houston’s has its own housing crisis, but it might be able to quickly address it.

This Week in Houston Real Estate 10/23/08

A look at what is happening in Houston real estate from the perspective of blogs. Topics include apartment construction and the housing market recovery.

This Week In Houston Real Estate: 10/16/08

Houston Real Estate Market Analysis from different Realtors in the area.

The Full Service One Stop Houston Real Estate Shop

Houston real estate is changing with home inspections being offered as part of the service when buying or selling a home. This may mean cost savings for clients

This Week in Houston Real Estate: 10/09/08

A guide to some blog posts about the real estate market in Houston.

A Unique Blog: Firefox told me so with its related links

Finding that Firefox does not list related links for my site, I decided to create my own list of home inspection blogs for those wanting to see what else is being written.

Real Estate Around A Mall: A Trip to Memorial City Mall

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.

An Open Letter to the Houston Association of Realtors

Some thoughts on improving the Houston Association of Realtors’ website ( better serve the community (real estate professionals and consumers).

Getting Rid of the TRCC

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.

Will Your Title Company Be There Tomorrow?

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.

Is Your Firm Helping You Market Your Listings?

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.

Our Evolving Commute: The resurgence of trains in Texas

Houston is a city designed for the car, but rising fuel costs are encouraging the city to look at mass transit solutions.

A Downward Spiral For the Housing Market?

Bad housing news feeds upon itself, which causes more bad news.

Houston’s Infrastructure and the Home that You Buy

How can you get around Houston? It will effect the home that you buy.

A Growing Scam on Craigslist

A look at a scam on Craigslist that can effect you when buying a home.

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