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What buyers see: A new study used eye-tracking hardware to find out

What buyers see: A new study used eye-tracking hardware to find out


A new study reveals the areas of the home buyers are most interested in when looking at a property.

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Homeowners in blue counties headed to red, swing counties

Homeowners in blue counties headed to red, swing counties


Redfin looked at the number of prospective homebuyers searching in the second quarter who wanted to change counties. Home search data revealed that 6.5% fewer people were looking for homes in blue (Democratic) counties than in swing or red (Republican) counties.

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Are referral fees hurting consumers?

Are referral fees hurting consumers?


A new report by the Consumer Federation of America reveals that referral fees paid by real estate agents result in higher commission rates and reduced customer service.

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Bridgeland and The Woodland Hills take home top awards at Greater Houston Builders Association virtual ceremony

Bridgeland and The Woodland Hills take home top awards at Greater Houston Builders Association virtual ceremony


Industry leader The Howard Hughes Corporation earns awards for Master Planned Community of the Year for Bridgeland and Master Planned Community Landscape Design of the Year for The Woodlands Hills.

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What does professionalism mean to you? Find out what Houston brokers had to say

What does professionalism mean to you? Find out what Houston brokers had to say


We asked, you answered. Here’s what Houston Agent readers had to say about professionalism.

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HAR releases list of 10 most expensive homes sold in September

HAR releases list of 10 most expensive homes sold in September


Ten Houston agents sold homes priced between nearly $3 million and $7 million last month.

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Houston suburb ranks high for big city feel

Houston suburb ranks high for big city feel


The suburbs are becoming more alluring to residents of major cities as the COVID-19 pandemic continues into autumn.

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Manufactured housing plants expand fall production

Manufactured housing plants expand fall production


Battling supply-chain disruptions, labor shortages and escalating lumber prices, housing manufacturers remain optimistic heading into fall.

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Commercial-to-apartment conversions on the rise

Commercial-to-apartment conversions on the rise


The 2010 decade grew the amount of overall building conversions from about 2,000 units converted in the 1950s to roughly 97,000 over the last decade.

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Making Moves: Nan & Company launches developer services division

Making Moves: Nan & Company launches developer services division


Nan & Company Properties has created a new arm aimed at giving Houston developers a dedicated team of product concept, design and marketing experts.

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