Posts by Lindsey Wells

Missing apostrophe in Facebook post lands real estate agent in court
Missing apostrophe in Facebook post lands real estate agent in court

An Australian real estate agent’s failure to use proper punctuation in a Facebook post could cost him tens of thousands of dollars, according to a report by The New York...

Howard Hughes Corp. wins big at Greater Houston Builders Association awards gala
Howard Hughes Corp. wins big at Greater Houston Builders Association awards gala

The Howard Hughes Corp. was recently honored with two PRISM Awards by the Greater Houston Builders...

Home building activity in Houston continues upward climb
Home building activity in Houston continues upward climb

Despite supply and lot availability shortages, Houston's continued new-home growth is strong and home building outlook remains positive, according to a report by the Greater Houston Builders Association...

Court rules sending email could create binding contract
Court rules sending email could create binding contract

Email users should be mindful of what they write, as the contents of electronic messages could be legally binding, according to a report by the National Association of...

Houston ‘Legend’ developer Larry Johnson spotlighted in Builder Magazine
Houston ‘Legend’ developer Larry Johnson spotlighted in Builder Magazine

Johnson Development Corp. President Larry Johnson discusses everything from his childhood on a farm on the windy plains of the Texas Panhandle to his latest development, the 1,300-acre Harvest Green community in Richmond,...

HAR: Last week’s housing inventory boost short-lived
HAR: Last week’s housing inventory boost short-lived

The first week of October saw a drop in new listings, falling 18.4% from last week's fleeting inventory...

Compass expands into Houston Heights and Katy
Compass expands into Houston Heights and Katy

Statewide brokerage firm Compass announced the opening of two new office locations, in Houston Heights and Katy, to accommodate the company’s rapid growth throughout...

Houston’s new inventory bounces back after weeks in decline
Houston’s new inventory bounces back after weeks in decline

Houston’s housing inventory appears to be on a slight rebound, as new listings rose 1.5% during the last week of September, breaking a three-week run of...

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