Houston Area Information

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Houston and Surrounding Area Market Update July 2010

August 24, 2010


July figures are in and, as expected, the market cooled off considerably.  Home sales in the Houston area suffered a double digit decline in July, with sales of single family homes falling 25.1 percent.  Sales of all property types combined fell 24.4 percent on a year-over-year basis.

A Look at the Real Estate Market in June 2010

The Houston real estate market continues to remain strong, thanks in large part to the homebuyer tax credit. While this tax credit has come and gone, we expect the Houston/Katy market to remain strong. There are several factors that lead us to believe that we will continue to see modest growth over the next few months.

The Latest Facts and Figures From Your Katy and West Houston REALTOR May 2010

We are committed to providing you with the latest information to keep you informed on the housing market and sales trends. This eNewsletter is specially designed for you, with national and local housing information that you may find useful whether you’re in the market for a home, thinking about selling your home, or just interested in homeowner issues in general.

Please click on this link to view the MAY-2010 Newsletter Housing Trends eNewsletter:

Houston Real Estate Market Remains Strong

The numbers are out, and they support the overwhelming feeling on the street that our local market remains strong compared to the rest of the nation.  While the previous year has been challenging, from fears and fallout about the economic crisis to hurricane Ike in September of 2008 which caused many of us to put our businesses on hold temporarily, the local real estate market has continued to rebound nicely. 

West University Place Shows Houston and Surrounding Areas the Way

Texting while driving, something we discourage in Katy, TexasOn Monday evening the West University Place Council unanimously passed a proposal to ban texting and internet searches while driving anywhere in the city limits. West University Place has taken a lead position in legislation of this type; it was the first Texas city of many to ban the use of cell phones by drivers in school zones.

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