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The recent of announcement of the Heartbleed bug caused mass confusion and panic across the Web. Although there are still some websites that are vulnerable to the exploit, the majority of the Web’s most popular sites have been patched. Encryption and computer security can be complicated stuff, and there are experts in the field who can discuss the topic more intelligently than me. However, no...
Read Post [Posted on 04/22/2014 By Trisha Dear]
Is Now A Good Time To Buy A Home In Houston, Texas?As a Texas Realtor, ad Broker Associate of United Real Estate-Houston I can assist you with this major decision!Relocating your family to another city, and buying a home in a new city is a big step. The right time to take this leap depends on your financial and personal situation as well as your goals. If you are considering buying a house in Hous...
Read Post [Posted on 04/22/2014 By Kimberlee Carmon]
Sugar Land’s Star Spangled Spectacular Tickets Now Available Sugar Land, TX - The City of Sugar Land’s Fourth of July celebration is scheduled for Friday, July 4, from 7-10 p.m., at Constellation Field, 1 Stadium Drive. The Star Spangled Spectacular at Constellation Field will include traditional patriotic entertainment along the concourse and on the field. Participants may bring blanket...
Read Post [Posted on 04/22/2014 By Stanley Poscovsky]
Exciting new construction from InTown Homes promises plenty of amenities in the heart of Houston in the revitalized East End. Energy efficiency and eco-hip designs paired with a generous floorplan and gourmet kitchen is urban living at its best. Buying a home? Give me a call at 713.829.3052 or email me at cynthia@cynthiamullins.com......................................................................
Read Post [Posted on 04/22/2014 By Cynthia Mullins]
Exciting new construction from InTown Homes promises plenty of amenities in the heart of Houston. Soaring ceilings, state of the art kitchen, gorgeous hardwoods and modern design elements  make this an ideal home for the young urban professional. Situated just outside of downtown  in the East End and minutes from Midtown, the Galleria, Montrose and the Med Center this is urban ...
Read Post [Posted on 04/22/2014 By Cynthia Mullins]
Must-Have Items For When Disaster Strikes   You can’t prevent disasters, but you can take charge of how you respond if you’re prepared. The first step is putting together an emergency preparedness kit. What should go in an emergency kit? Here are the basics: Your Most Important Papers If a flood destroys your home, you could spend weeks or even months just trying to re-cr...
Read Post [Posted on 04/22/2014 By Michelle Cannon]
LOOKING FOR NEW HOMES!!!Houston has been growing and builders have been creating inventory all around HOUSTON and surrounding areas, such as Katy, Cypress, Humble, Sugar Land.
Read Post [Posted on 04/21/2014 By Astrid Vera]
Home prices across the Houston region jumped again in March as inventory remained at historic lows, making house shopping a frustrating exercise for many Houstonians. "We have an employee whose children are in school and they'd love to buy up, but they can't find anything in the school district," said Chaille Ralph, chairwoman of the Houston Association o...
Read Post [Posted on 04/18/2014 By John Askins]
In business, population and income, there’s no doubt that Texas is on the rise. Texas experienced more high-paying job growth than the rest of the country over the last 13 years, according to new research from the Dallas Federal Reserve. The state has also been the top domestic immigration destination in the country since 2006, the Fed found. Businesses are coming to Texas in droves, hiring n...
Read Post [Posted on 04/18/2014 By John Askins]
'Zombie lots' returning to life in some neighborhoodsImage 1 out of 5James Nielsen/StaffA sidewalk ends in the Southview Villas subdivision Tuesday, April 1, 2014, in Houston. ( James Nielsen / Houston Chronicle )By Nancy SarnoffApril 17, 2014A for-sale sign in front of a new house in Southview Villas is one of the few signs of life in this seemingly forgotten neighborhood near...
Read Post [Posted on 04/17/2014 By Kenya Burrell]
Gorgeous home for your growing family nestled in the heart of Fall Creek on oversized  lot. State of the art media room has screen,surround sound speakers and tv that stay. Spacious master bedroom with luxurious bathroom-- dual sinks, separate tub and shower. The kitchen is an entertainer's dream. Fall Creek offers a thriving community, outdoor recreation, great schools and a short commute to...
Read Post [Posted on 04/17/2014 By Cynthia Mullins]
Free Spring Concerts at Central Park Bring a blanket or lawn chair and unwind to the live music sounds from renowned local artists every Thursday night. You can also enjoy the concert sounds while dining on the patios at Jasper's, 1252 Tapas Bar, Tommy Bahamas Tropical Cafe, Uni Sushi or Cru. The Market Street Spring Concert Series, held every Thursday night from 6:00 - 8:30 PM in Central P...
Read Post [Posted on 04/17/2014 By Cecelia Smith]
TREE HOUSE LIVINGTree house living in Houston: A sleek $750,000 condo makes Memorial Park your backyardBY BARBARA KUNTZ ENLARGESLIDESHOWThe great room is expansive with 18-foot-tall ceilings and two floor-to-ceiling custom windows. Photo courtesy of © TK ImagesBreakfast at No. 401 includes views of Buffalo Bayou, Bayou Bend and downtown Houston. Photo courtesy of © TK...
Read Post [Posted on 04/17/2014 By Kenya Burrell]
Reasons! - I'm ethical and honest! You will always hear the truth! -Your my client, not a number! Always in reach! Dedicated to the sale of your home!- List to sell, not to win the listing. When I take on your listing. I'm honest about my professional opinion on the price of your home.- Advertisement paid by me! Marketing your home is vital to your sale. - Safety of your family and ...
Read Post [Posted on 04/17/2014 By Tina Randolph]
It’s not a $64,000 question, but rather a $41,000 one. “Where are the first-time buyers?” It’s important because $41,000 is the amount renters have missed out on by not buying three years ago when prices were at a low point. The annual median home price was $166,100 in 2011 and $197,100 in 2013. The median national home price this year is expected to hit $207,000. Money left on the table.Unfortuna...
Read Post [Posted on 04/17/2014 By Susan Arnoldy]
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