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Parking is a hot commodity, and it's becoming a buzzword in many listing ads nationwide. In many parts of the country, home buyers can expect the word to carry a premium on homes for sale, a new study finds.  Properties that reference parking tend to sell for more money, according to an analysis of listing ads by Zillow. Many of the metros that see the largest increases in sales prices...
Read Post [Posted on 01/26/2015 By John Askins]
Museum Flats Houston Condo Guide A new construction residential building located at 5712 Almeda Street in Museum District, Museum Flats towers six floors that feature 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom units with open floor plans. It is among the more affordable condo units located inside the Inner Loop with 1-bedroom units selling for $500,000 to $550,000. Located at the intersection of Almeda and Ri...
Read Post [Posted on 01/15/2015 By Paige Martin]
1714 Ashland Condo Houston Neighborhood 1714 Ashland Condominium located at Houston Heights, which is among the most accessible Houston neighborhoods, is a three-story midrise building that offers 24 luxurious residential condo units. Its Houston Heights address places the condo building in the middle of Houston’s most desirable neighborhoods.  The Heights has a collection of 3,7...
Read Post [Posted on 01/15/2015 By Paige Martin]
Chateau Ten Sunset Houston Condos Located within the private neighborhood of Southampton, one of the most expensive Houston neighborhoods, Chateau Ten at 1742 Sunset Boulevard is the second “Chateau Ten” luxury condo project of developer Randall Davis.  The first Chateau Ten building is at Welch, River Oaks.  The luxurious condo project built in 2014 follow urban chatea...
Read Post [Posted on 01/14/2015 By Paige Martin]
New Houston Condo Buildings Houston is an emerging real estate region as it ranks as the 3rd United States city with the most number of new constructions.  Ranking 7th in Empori’s list of “North American Cities With Most Number Of Highrise Developments,” Houston’s real estate market is growing at an unprecedented rate. Houston’s real estate presence is due ...
Read Post [Posted on 01/14/2015 By Paige Martin]
Think hipsters aren't as cool as they think they are? Take a look at their effects on housing. The hipster lifestyle can have a “major impact on local real estate markets, and mostly in a positive way,” says Daren Blomquist, vice president of RealtyTrac.   Neighborhoods that are branded as “hipster” often offer trendy restaurants, coffee shops, and other am...
Read Post [Posted on 01/03/2015 By John Askins]
According to this recent article in The Wall St. Journal, Houston is offering tax abatements and other incentives to developers to encourage more appartment buildings in downtown Houston. Right now 4,200 units are planned for the downtown area; construction has already begun on some.  Once completed, these units should triple the amount of available apartments for downtown city living. W...
Read Post [Posted on 01/02/2015 By Cynthia Guest]
See How this Residence "Fits" You Located in the prestigious 2727 Kirby Drive address, this 12th floor corner residence gives you spectacular 180 degree skyline views encompassing East (Downtown) and also South (Medical Center). Walls of floor-to-ceiling glass windows showcase the unobstructed views from the interior, as well as the covered balcony and terrace.  You can a...
Read Post [Posted on 12/29/2014 By Judith Sinnard]
While investors are reportedly dwindling in numbers lately, some single-family rental markets are still garnering a great deal of investor interest. Some investors are finding it’s the little-known areas that may offer some of the highest returns due to less competition.  “Buying single-family homes as rentals still yields solid returns in many markets across the nation, but it is difficult...
Read Post [Posted on 12/14/2014 By John Askins]
 This is location to live for.Thecity center: a mile and a half away. The Texas Medical Center and Rice University: less than a mile. The historic Museum District: a stone’s throw. The 445-acre park: it’s your yard. The Mosaic Condos gives you the best of a vibrant city, from park to work to chic to shop . . . with breathtaking views, equally amazing value, and exquisite interiors as ind...
Read Post [Posted on 12/10/2014 By Albert Cantu]
2120 Kipling Condos Houston Neighborhood Guide Located at 2120 Kipling Houston, TX, 77098, 2120 Kipling Condominiums by Bailey Properties is a 4-story condo building recently converted from corporate leases. Within the lively neighborhood of Upper Kirby, 2120 Kipling Condos units have 1 to 3 bedrooms that feature five different floor plans that range from 1,065 to 1,886 square feet. ...
Read Post [Posted on 12/08/2014 By Paige Martin]
 Riva At The Park Condos Neighborhood Guide Riva At The Park Condos with address at 3331 D’Amico St, Houston, Texas 77019 is a residential midrise by Sims Luxury Builders. This 7-story condo building is still under development and will have 22 units built within the River Oaks neighborhood. Riva At The Park Condos for sale, aside from a luxurious address, will also feature top...
Read Post [Posted on 12/08/2014 By Paige Martin]
Oaks On Caroline Condos Houston Neighborhood Guide Located within the energetic Museum District, Oaks on Caroline condos Houston is a new midrise residential condominium unit developed by Urban Flats Builders. This six-story condominium building featuring Texas Hill Country design is sure to delight home buyers because of its: ACCESSIBLE LOCATION: Built within Museum District that b...
Read Post [Posted on 12/05/2014 By Paige Martin]
If you own a condo, or hope to buy one someday, changes in FHA’s mortgage program could end up costing you — and further crimp the housing market.More and more condo sellers and buyers are being shut out of the housing market. That’s because of tougher condo qualifying rules for FHA loans — on top of an already tough lending market.You may not realize it, but buyers can’t use an FHA loan to purcha...
Read Post [Posted on 12/02/2014 By Garrett McWhorter]
Despite a 15.5 percent drop in multifamily construction last month, the apartment sector is still roaring strong this year. Multifamily construction has moved higher than its last previous peak in 2006. Indeed, construction of multifamily housing units is at its strongest pace since 1989. Furthermore, the share of multifamily buildings—those with five units or more—being constructed as ...
Read Post [Posted on 11/28/2014 By John Askins]
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