According to a recent article by the Texas Association of Realtors, “smart” home technology could be worth over $120 billion dollars by the year 2020. The question isn’t whether or ...
Post-Harvey’s prices, new construction declines in market share, and rising rates. Synopsis (League City) The main topic of interest for 2017 is how Harvey impacted the real estate market. ...
Assuming that there’s a one-size-fits-all answer that can be found online will get you into trouble.
The general idea is to give the buyer full disclosure about the property so they can make an informed and intelligent decision. Why is this important? Two main reasons:
Is a buyer allowed to terminate during the option period even after the seller has started making repairs?
I wanted to hone in on the most recent statistic from the National Association of Realtors that says: “93% of Texas homebuyers said that online property photos are very important in their search process.”
I read an article by Mike Williams that I wanted to share it with you. Mike is a master plumber and professional engineer in Houston who has been involved in the inspection of foundations and the testing of under-slab plumbing systems since 1993. If you want the full version,
New construction, on average, sells for 29% more than non-new construction homes in League City. This is a huge premium that buyers are paying for new homes but
“Josh possesses a vast knowledge of the market, is accommodating and friendly. He took the time to listen to my concerns and answer all my questions, no matter how
The results are in for the 2016 League City homeowners report. In this report, I’ll give you the vital highlights on how League City did in 2016 and also talk about the big topic for 2017: interest rates.