Real estate news in Houston
Rising property values had homeowners cashing out of their existing residences to buy bigger homes in less-expensive areas last year.
Houston’s inventory hits record lows and single-family home prices reach record highs as the city experiences its twelfth consecutive month of positive sales in May.
Three top Houston agents shared some tips and tricks with Houston Agent Magazine on how they help their clients win the home of their dreams.
The most expensive home sold for $10,950,000 in Memorial Oaks by Moni Bohnisch.
With half of all homes in today’s market selling above the asking price, the timing of when to list can have an impact on both time on market and sale price.
As the new senior escrow officer and branch manager for the company’s new Memorial location, Davila will oversee office operations, assist customers and uphold the company’s service standards.
The company’s new financial offerings, HomeLight Trade-In and HomeLight Cash Offer, enable top agents to make real estate transactions possible for countless individuals who otherwise wouldn’t be able to compete in today’s cutthroat market.
Home-price growth remained in double digits for the 10th straight month in May as inventory lows pushed the median listing prices up 15.2% from last year.
The company is offering a free Bronco Power Boost generator to those who buy a new home in Bridgeland or The Woodlands Hills this month.
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