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Home sales fall again, but it's a softer hit

houstonchronicle.com — Sales of single-family homes across the Houston area fell for the fourth straight month in January, but the dip was more moderate than previous declines and the mid-priced segment of the market saw gains. Area home sales have been slowing since October, when the collapse in oil prices finally began to trickle down to the real estate market.

Houston home sales fell 2 percent in January

chron.com — Sales of single-family homes in the Houston area fell 2.1 percent in January, marking the fourth straight monthly decline though a more moderate dip than in prior months. Buyers closed on 4,024 homes in January, compared with 4,109 a year earlier, according to new data from the Houston Association of Realtors.
Feb 10, 2016

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Feb 10, 2016

Houston home sales fell 2 percent in January. And, Dec sales only down 4 percent after revision. chron.com/about/article/… via @houstonchron

Feb 10, 2016

Will the oil price collapse slam Houston's housing market? It hasn't so far, says @HARMembers chron.com/about/article/… via @houstonchron

Pulte reports 16 percent decline in Houston-area home sales

chron.com — PulteGroup, one of Houston's largest home builders, reported sales were off 16 percent in this area last year, in part due to "the impact of lower oil prices on the local economy," the company said this week.
Feb 09, 2016

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Feb 09, 2016

RT @nsarnoff: Sales of @PulteHomes in Houston were off 16% last year amid oil price collapse chron.com/business/real-… via @houstonchron

Feb 10, 2016

Pulte reports 16 percent decline in Houston-area home sales ($PHM) chron.com/business/real-… via @nsarnoff @houstonchron

A tour of Wabash Feed & Garden Store on Washington Avenue

chron.com — After 26 years and a heap of gentrification surrounding it, the Wabash Feed & Garden Store is moving out of its Washington Avenue home this summer.
Feb 09, 2016

Take a look inside a Houston retail institution. Can you spy the tree in the middle of its building? chron.com/business/real-… @houstonchron

Feb 10, 2016

Owl pigeons, $20 each. That & more on Wabash Feed & Garden Store photo tour chron.com/business/real-… via @houstonchron

Wabash, the beloved urban feed store, is moving

houstonchronicle.com — The store cat, a gray-and-black tabby named Max, bats around a red string hanging from a display case of pet vitamins as workers stock shelves and wheel dollies stacked with feed bags. Behind the counter, a clerk assures a customer on the phone that there are roosters in stock, while a young woman in yoga pants and sunglasses hurries in to buy a bag of dog food.
Feb 09, 2016

"There's something about being in this space that makes it safe for people to talk to people they don't know." houstonchronicle.com/business/real-…

Feb 09, 2016

Beloved urban feed store will move to new home where land is cheaper and gentrification hasn't taken hold bit.ly/1PLZdO6 @nsarnoff

Feb 09, 2016

RT @andrearumbaugh: Beloved urban feed store will move to new home where land is cheaper and gentrification hasn't taken hold bit.ly/1PLZdO6 @nsarnoff

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Grey House apartments complement their stylish neighbors

houstonchronicle.com — From their balconies, residents will also see diners eating French pastries and sipping espresso at sidewalk cafes and shoppers toting bags of designer wares from Cartier, Hermes or Stella McCartney.
Feb 08, 2016

"The design is meant to capture what buildings in New York, Paris or Rome would offer." #Houston houstonchronicle.com/business/colum… @HoustonChron

KPRC's new Houston home

chron.com — The image above is a rendering of the new media building under construction for Houston's NBC affiliate, KPRC Channel 2. KDC is developing the 60,000-square-foot building at 8181 Southwest Freeway. The facility will "accommodate the latest broadcast technology in an environment that is adaptable to the ever-changing media world," KDC vice president Marc Flores said in a statement.

Onion Creek owner buys Wabash property on Washington

chron.com — Gary Mosley, owner of Onion Creek and several other bars and cafes in the Heights area, has purchased the Wabash Feed and Garden Store property at 5701 Washington Ave. After 26 years, Wabash owner Betty Heaker is moving her store to a larger spot north of Loop 610.
Feb 04, 2016

Onion Creek owner buys Wabash property on Washington, @nsarnoff reports: chron.com/business/real-… via @houstonchron

Feb 04, 2016

Onion Creek owner buys Wabash property on Washington Ave. Wabash moving north chron.com/business/real-… via @houstonchron

Feb 04, 2016

Even better. Onion Creek owner to save 125-year-old pecan tree at Wabash site on Washington chron.com/business/real-… via @houstonchron

Feb 04, 2016

RT @MartinHajovsky: Onion Creek owner buys Wabash property on Washington Ave. Wabash moving north chron.com/business/real-… via @houstonchron

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Take a look inside Grey House, River Oaks District's new luxury apartments

chron.com — The Grey House apartments opened for leasing this week with some of the highest rents in the city. A one-bedroom apartment in the newly opened complex at River Oaks District starts at $2,250. A two-bedroom goes for $3,340, and a three-bedroom -- there are only three -- starts at $5,700.
Feb 04, 2016

Take a look inside Grey House, River Oaks District's new luxury apartments chron.com/business/real-… via @houstonchron

Feb 05, 2016

Photo tour: Deluxe Grey House apartments in River Oaks District chron.com/business/real-… via @houstonchron

Feb 06, 2016

As close as most of us will ever get: Take a look inside Grey House, River Oaks District's new luxury apartments chron.com/business/real-…

Woodlands mansion to be sold at auction

chron.com — A mansion in The Woodlands recently on the market for $19 million is being auctioned later this month at a potentially huge discount. Miami-based Platinum Luxury Auctions is taking the 30,000-square-foot estate to the auction block Feb. 20. for a minimum of $6 million .
Feb 01, 2016

Woodlands mansion to be sold at auction chron.com/neighborhood/w… via @houstonchron

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Will the oil price collapse slam Houston's housing market? It hasn't so far, says @HARMembers chron.com/about/article/… via @houstonchron

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The new Houston @Saks will deliver purchases to customers via a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter chron.com/life/article/S… @@joysewing @houstonchron

Feb 10, 2016

RT @erinmulvaney: Austin American Statesman property on prime property on Lady Bird Lake could be mixed-use project statesman.com/news/business/…

Feb 09, 2016

Take a look inside a Houston retail institution. Can you spy the tree in the middle of its building? chron.com/business/real-… @houstonchron

Feb 09, 2016

Sales of @PulteHomes in Houston were off 16% last year amid oil price collapse chron.com/business/real-… via @houstonchron

Feb 09, 2016

Heading east on I-10. Parking lot. Should I get off at Washington? pic.twitter.com/DNO4BxdSdr

Feb 09, 2016

"There's something about being in this space that makes it safe for people to talk to people they don't know." houstonchronicle.com/business/real-…

Feb 08, 2016

"The design is meant to capture what buildings in New York, Paris or Rome would offer." #Houston houstonchronicle.com/business/colum… @HoustonChron


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