Houston Real Estate News
Houston, Texas, is the most populous city in the state. It’s situated in the Southeastern part of the state and is home to more than 2.2 million people. With its 667 square miles of official city land, it’s also the largest sized city in the Southern part of the United States. Houston serves as one of the major cities in the Houston-Woodlands-Sugar Land Metro Area. The city is known as being the home to the Johnson Space Center, one of NASA’s primary centers and the location oread more..
Houston is one of the more liberal cities in traditionally conservative Texas, which means it’s much more welcoming to the LGBT community. Montrose, the Heart of Houston, is one of the older neighborhoods in Houston. During the 1970s, the LGBT community of Houston began moving into the area. While it’s no longer the main gay community, a number of LGBT people still live here. Condos are priced anywhere from $41,000 to $2.75 million. Single family homesread more..
Houston, Texas is the fourth largest city in the United States. It is a huge sprawling metropolis with many different districts that can differ in terms of price and development. That is why it is crucial to consult with a Houston gay realtor who has some knowledge of the LGBT friendly areas in the city. This is a city full of professionals and home to the Texas Medical Centre and NASA’s Johnson Space Center (the home of Mission Control). Houston is second in the U.S. when it cread more..
Houston, Texas is a center for arts, culture, medical research and technology. It is the home of the Space Program and is known for it’s equestrian community and many wonderful golf courses. Like many big cities in the United States, Houston has many neighborhoods with the more friendly LGBT neighborhoods being closer to the downtown. One of the most LGBT friendly areas in Houston is the area of Montrose. This is a mainly residential neighborhood that boasts beautifully renovaread more..
Houston moved up two spots from last month in an analysis that measures the economic health of major metropolitan areas. Houston ranks No. 4 in the Business Journals’ On Numbers Economic Index, which is calculated by an 18-part formula. It ranked No. 6 last month and No. 3 in August. In the analysis of 102 markets, Houston is the leader in long-term housing appreciation, with values up by an average of 5.8 percent during the past five years, On Numbers reports. The area’s private-sread more..
In the world of gay real estate Houston a new trend has been noted. It seems that sometimes a home that is very plain and has no frills is selling faster then those that have been tricked out with pools, hot tubs, saunas, two kitchens and the like. It is not true of every neighborhood in the city but houses that are simpler, plainer and less adorned seem to be selling faster. The reason seems to be that buyers, especially younger ones, do not want to waste a lot of money caring for thingsread more..
Gay realtors Houston has advice for home buyers who have always dreamed of living on or near one of Houston’s many golf courses. Before you become the delighted owner of a home near a golf course there are things you need to know about this type of investment. Usually investing in golf-course real estate is a great idea because these types of homes tend to appreciate over time. They tend to be newer homes that are larger and more contemporary in design so they do not have many repairread more..
One of the side-effects of the recession is a trend world-wide for children to keep living with their parents for much longer than they ever have before in the last few centuries. Instead of flying the coop and struggling on their own once they reach age 18, children continue living with their parents until their late twenties or later. This offers them the opportunity to stay at home, pay minimal rent and put all of their money into wealth investment strategies such as high interest savings bonread more..