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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]
More luxury home owners are renting out all or part of their sizable dwellings for reasons such as finding someone to watch their pets or to help pay the bills.  A Demand Institute survey of more than 10,000 home owners and renters nationwide, released last month, reveals that 5 percent of respondents in all markets and 7 percent in the most affluent markets were living with an unr...
Read Post [Posted on 04/11/2014 By John Askins]
If you are one of the many individuals who are in and out of Houston for business and need a small place here to own, I have a perfect condo for you in the Memorial area. Close in proximity to 610 Loop, Highway 6, Beltway 8, Interstate 59, Westpark Tollway and Interstate 1-10, you will be able to get to any of these major routes within minutes.Also located in one of the most beautiful parts o...
Read Post [Posted on 04/06/2014 By Michele Marano]
Do you get starstruck?In these cities, you definitely will. Outside of Los Angeles and New York City, the obvious playgrounds of the rich and famous, you're most likely to have celebrity sightings in these five cities, according to Rent.com. The site ranked the cities based on filming activity for movies and TV shows, as well as their music scenes — and just for good measure, it threw in the aver...
Read Post [Posted on 03/16/2014 By John Askins]
CONDO ON BORDER OF PINEY POINT VILLAGE AND HOUSTON.The condo may not be in 77024, but it backs up next to Piney Point Village.  This 1 bedroom, 1 bath, is centrally located near City Centre, Memorial City, Energy Corridor and close to Galleria. Getting on a freeway is quick with 1-10, 610, 59 and Westpark Tollway minutes away.All bills are included in the HOA monthly fee of $295, which includ...
Read Post [Posted on 03/12/2014 By Michele Marano]
About a month ago the custom home builder Fisher Homes placed this video on YouTube of a site at the corner of Judiway and Oak Forest titled simply " Fisher Estates at Oak Forest". There are no details given as they show the site from different angles to upbeat instrumental music, which has lead to speculation this may be another development like their current Morrison Heights midrise currently un...
Read Post [Posted on 03/06/2014 By Tawnya Marney]
Developers have noticed that condo and townhouse buyers enjoy having the chance to create their own living space. Mary Kate West, who moved with her husband into a four-floor, 4,000-square-foot town home in Chicago's trendy Lincoln Park neighborhood last year, said, "Nothing here is cookie-cutter. Everything is thought out. If there's a molding, we chose it. We even have a coffered ceiling. You d...
Read Post [Posted on 03/01/2014 By John Askins]
Beautiful Condo sits on border of Houston and Memorial's Piney Point Village.  Tucked away in the greenery on the bayou is a gated community of town homes and condos, The Deerwood.  My listing is a quaint 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo ideal for the individual who wants a little privacy and a small (863 sq ft) living space, no upkeep, all bills included in HOA and close in proximity to the Ener...
Read Post [Posted on 02/25/2014 By Michele Marano]
Renters are increasingly saying that if a rental unit doesn’t allow a pet, they don’t want it. A recent survey by Apartments.com found that 43 percent of those surveyed say they are current pet owners and more than a quarter say they plan to get a pet within the next year. Even among those who aren’t pet owners, 34 percent still say they want to have the option and enjoy living in a pet-friendly b...
Read Post [Posted on 02/11/2014 By John Askins]
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Read Post [Posted on 01/20/2014 By Rosa Burk]
If you have been looking for homes recently, you may be running across an area’s  “walk scores”. What are walk scores and why should that matter when you’re looking for your home – or selling your home?Walk score is an independent website (and phone app) which rank communities and neighborhoods on how easy it is to walk to get to places as opposed to driving a car.A home's Walk Score is imp...
Read Post [Posted on 01/07/2014 By Enid Cruise-Cleland]
 1576 Silverpines RdHouston, TX 770622 bedroom town home for sale in HoustonPrice:$100,000.00Bedrooms:2Bathrooms:2.50Square Foot:1,300Community:Reseda TownhousesCounty:HarrisProperty Type:Single FamilyYear Built:1974MLS Number:17366354click for more information and picturesProperty DescriptionBeautiful, corner town home remodeled in 2012! Downstairs boasts terracotta tile. Den showcases break...
Read Post [Posted on 01/01/2014 By Monica Foster]
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the most difficult cities to make ends meet in retirement. The publication's ranking was based on the cost of living, housing, and taxes in those places. The following are the seven costliest retirement spots, including the median amount retirees spend on their mortgages.  1. Bridgeport, Conn.  Median amount retirees spend on mortgage per m...
Read Post [Posted on 12/26/2013 By John Askins]
 18809 Egret Bay Blvd 203Houston, TX 770582 bedroom condo for sale in HoustonPrice:$103,900.00Bedrooms:2Bathrooms:2.00Square Foot:1,040Community:The Point At Egret BayCounty:HarrisProperty Type:Single FamilyYear Built:1983MLS Number:48237207click for more information and picturesProperty DescriptionBeautifully updated condo! Den w/wood burning fireplace with custom mantle, built-ins & mur...
Read Post [Posted on 12/10/2013 By Monica Foster]
Housing costs are taking a bigger bite out of households’ incomes: More than a third of home owners with a mortgage and more than half of renters paid 30 percent or more of their household income toward housing costs last year, Census data shows. National median household incomes have dropped the past year, causing more households to devote more of their income to household costs.  "Ame...
Read Post [Posted on 12/06/2013 By John Askins]
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