Local News

Real estate news in Atlanta

Hines Receives Top Award From EPA

Houston-based Hines announced today that it has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with the 2011 Energy Star Sustained Excellence Award in recognition of continued leadership in protecting the environment through energy efficiency. Hines will be

Texas Woman Charged in Mortgage Fraud Scheme

The FBI announced today that a Texas woman, formerly of York County, Pa., has been charged with defrauding 14 mortgage lenders, 35 homeowners and five individual investors out of approximately $2,700,000 between 2006 and

Texas Home Sales Show Improvement

The Texas real estate market has heated up in the past several months, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas‘ recent Regional Economic

Texas Realtors Applaud Lawmakers for PTF Elimination Efforts

The Texas Association of Realtors (TAR) yesterday acknowledged leaders throughout the Texas Capitol for advancing a measure that would protect homeowners from hidden fees when buying and selling a

Houston Economy, Housing Sector Making Strong Recovery

The Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown metro has reported positive housing and economic growth in 2010

EastGroup Properties Announces Two Houston Developments

EastGroup Properties has announced that it is initiating the development of two new business distribution buildings in the Houston market, World Houston 32 and Beltway Crossing

Census Shows Demographic Shift in Houston

As Houston’s population grows rapidly, the cultural and demographic make-up of the country’s fourth largest city is

Foreclosure Auction Today Will Feature Houston Homes

Auction.com is auctioning off about 50 bank-owned properties in the Greater Houston area tonight, and a big crowd is

Sustainable Energy Properties Plans Eco-Friendly Development on Bolivar Peninsula

According to BeaumontEnterprise.com, Houston-based Sustainable Energy Properties, Inc. is currently planning a massive overhaul of the Bolivar

Houston Remains Fourth Largest US City

As data from the 2010 Census is released for states across the country, the figures released yesterday for Texas show that Houston remains the fourth largest city in the

Oops! We could not locate your form.