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Ahmed Waheed

Is Harmony really a master planned community??

Looking into buying a house at Harmony by Johnson Development. Any info about the area and resale value? I have visited the community twice and find that in the next year it will crowded. Is this true? Any insights will be appreciated

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Is Harmony really a master planned community??

By Ahmed Waheed   
Posted on Apr 16, 2017 in Topic: Master Planned Communities
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Looking into buying a house at Harmony by Johnson Development. Any info about the area and resale value? I have visited the community twice and find that in the next year it will crowded. Is this true? Any insights will be appreciated
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Posted: 4 months ago
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Holly Montalbano
about 4 months ago
Harmony is a master planned community. Johnson Development has a proven track record when it comes to planning successful, vibrant communities with great resale values down the road. Sienna Plantation and Riverstone are just two examples of communities developed by Johnson in Fort Bend County. Imperial Sugar Land is also developing into an amazing place to live. Sometimes the process does not happen overnight but they are all very well planned and the final result is a great quality of life and beautiful communities.


about 4 months ago
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Dominik Szabo
about 4 months ago
Dear Ahmed,
Harmony is a master planned community made by Johnson Development Corporation.
Harmony is located in Spring, Texas with the following website: https://www.harmony-houston.com/

The google ratings for this community are an average of 2.3/ 5
Harmony
28400 Rose Vervain Dr, Spring, TX
Here is one of the Comments:
Awful HOA. Nice homes and nature areas. Most deed restrictions are not enforced, with the exception of meaningless ones like getting letters for having your trashcan showing outside the alloted time. There is a list of approved landscaping plants and only St. Augustine grass is allowed in front yard. Gates are more often broken than working. - Sylvia Spiegelhauer

Homes purchased in Master Planned communities keep their values better, once there are no more lots available on in the subdivision.

For more information and assistance in your home search contact me at:

Kind Regards,

DOMINIK SZABO
UTR - TEXAS REALTORS
(832) 844 1724
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about 4 months ago
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Nasyim Segal
about 4 months ago
In terms of development, yes Harmony is considered a "maser planned" community. That term references the way a housing development is formed.

Typical suburban developments usually have minimal (maybe a pool or playground or limited access gate) or no amenities at all. Also the sections usually only offer one type of lot size with limited or no variation of home designs and prices. The number of homes in the neighborhood don't usually determine if its a master planned community, but these limiting factors do.

A master planned community usually has any variation of lot sizes segmented into pockets throughout the community. Each of these housing pockets has a predetermined size ratio, design style, and price point that is determined by the developer before the home builders purchase the lots and start construction. Also master planned communities usually have a large variation of amenities such as trails, water features, pools, club houses, play areas, dog parks, sometimes even amphitheaters. The last point in knowing if it's a "master planned" location is the commercial retail, apartment, or town home sites. There is typically an element of commercial buildings designed into the "master plan" of the neighborhood such as grocery stores and other lifestyle shops & restaurants. Lastly, Deed Restrictions, these must have babies are what keep a master planned community from restricting what is and isn't allowed within the community. The idea is that by maintaining regular maintenance and building restrictions they insulate the community from pricing peaks and valleys, because you're investing in the lifestyle of a community not just a home.

Based on these elements, Harmony is considered a master planned community. As mentioned previously, Johnson Development is a well known source for master planned neighborhoods throughout the Houston area.


about 4 months ago
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Shawn Bajwa
about 1 month ago
Yes, Harmony is considered a Master Planned Community in terms of development. Master Planned Community - references the way a housing development is formed. Also, Harmony is listed as a Master Planned Community in the MLS.
https://www.harmony-houston.com


about 1 month ago
Disclaimer: Answers provided are just opinions and should not be accepted as advice.
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