A lot of people think the best time to buy a house is during the Spring market. And, it is… …in the sense that more houses are listed for sale in the Spring. But, there’s also a heck of a lot more buyers trying to buy those listings. The thing is, some of the houses… Read More Why Fall Might Be The Best Time To Buy A Home
Open House, Sunday, September 17, from 2 pm to 4 pm Come visit this lovely Lennar home in Sawmill Ranch. The home is close to The Woodlands and the Exxon-Mobil campus. This Lennar Mackenzie Plan is loaded with upgrades on a quiet cul-de-sac. This home has a large formal dining room, an office, an open… Read More Open House, Sunday, September 17 from 2-4! 5111 Durham Knoll Ln, Spring, TX 77389
Picture this… There’s an inexperienced real estate agent in your town. He hasn’t sold any homes yet. He wants to drum up some business. So, he climbs up onto your roof and paints what he estimates to be the value of your home. He feels like this could be a win-win: YOU get to know… Read More Why You Shouldn’t Let A Website Tell You Your Home’s Value
My family and I have flooded 3 times (third time they bought us out and tore the house down before I could burn it down). Although it has been some time since we moved to one of the highest points in the county here are just a few things in my inexpert opinion to do.… Read More Experiences from my last three flooded homes
It’s National Dog Day. Unlike many of these National days, it’s not just a day to celebrate your love of dogs. It has a pretty clear mission… It was started to bring awareness to dogs who need homes. Dogs who were abandoned. Dogs who were “unwanted”. I’m sure there are dogs who were “unwanted”, but… Read More No Dogs Allowed?
You’ve probably heard lots of people scurrying to find solar eclipse glasses. There’s going to be quite a few people who simply can’t get a pair in time for the eclipse. People waited too long to get them. Perhaps because they weren’t entirely in tune with how rare, and how big of an event the… Read More One Glaring Real Estate Lesson We Can All Learn From The Solar Eclipse
More than 77 percent of people own a smartphone.1 The average person checks their smartphone 46 times a day, with people under the age of 24 checking it an average of 74 times a day.1 We check it while we’re waiting in line and during our leisure time, whether we’re scrolling through social media, reading… Read More Top 12 Apps for Homeowners and Renters