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Report: International homebuying in Texas becoming more diverse

blog.chron.com — International buyers purchased fewer homes in Texas from April 2014 and March 2015, a new report shows. But for the first time, Latin American buyers were not the clear majority of foreign nationals buying properties in the state, the Texas Association of Realtors found in its annual report on international buyers.

Harris County property tax bills on the rise

blog.chron.com — Home values in Spring Branch are up 38 percent over last year, more than any other part of town, according to the Harris County Tax Assessor-Collector's office, which released a list of places Monday with the highest value increases.
Aug 31, 2015

Harris County releases list of Houston hoods with the biggest increases in home values blog.chron.com/primeproperty/… @HoustonChron

Aug 31, 2015

What do Spring Branch, Riverside Terrace & Oak Forest have in common? Harris County property tax values are up up up. blog.chron.com/primeproperty/…

Aug 31, 2015

RT @nsarnoff: Harris County releases list of Houston hoods with the biggest increases in home values blog.chron.com/primeproperty/… @HoustonChron

Report: Real estate downturn should not be a repeat of the ’80s

blog.chron.com — During the mid-1980s oil slump, home prices in Texas fell 11 percent, while national home prices rose by 32 percent. Is the state headed for a similar downturn? Not according to a new report from Fannie Mae, if certain scenarios hold up and that the price of oil is back to $60 a barrel by 2019.

River Oaks District to expand with hotel, office

houstonchronicle.com — The developer of River Oaks District, Houston's newest mecca of high-end shopping, is planning to expand its mixed-use project onto adjacent land with a hotel, office building, additional residential units and more shops. An eight-screen cinema called iPic is scheduled for an Oct. 30 opening.

Property owners in limbo as freeway project looms

houstonchronicle.com — After nearly two years smoking meat out of a trailer on the sweltering parking lots of inner-loop bars and ice houses, Wesley Jurena decided to give his full-time passion a permanent home with a brick-and-mortar location to serve his brisket, ribs and sausage, acclaimed by local barbecue aficionados, to the hip masses in EaDo, a resurging urban neighborhood on the fringe of downtown Houston.

River Oaks District to expand

blog.chron.com — The developer of River Oaks District is planning to expand its luxury mixed-use project under construction on 14 acres along Westheimer inside the 610 Loop. Public documents filed with Harris County show San Diego-based OliverMcMillan has entered into a ground lease agreement for 3.4 acres at the northeast corner of Westheimer and Westcreek.

Office designers discuss workplace's 'human element'

houstonchronicle.com — When architect Marissa Yu goes to work each day, she passes a Starbucks in the lobby of her downtown skyscraper and sees the same people sitting at the same tables having meetings or working on their computers.

Schlumberger and Cameron deal leaves real estate implications

blog.chron.com — Today's announcement that Schlumberger will acquire Houston's Cameron International Corp. in a $14.8 billion deal is likely to have implications on the city's real estate market as the two companies are large users of office and industrial space.
Aug 26, 2015

Schlumberger and Cameron have more than 4 million SF of space in the Houston market. Will they need it all? $SLB $CAM blog.chron.com/primeproperty/…

Energy woes hit real estate market, but slowdown could be worse

houstonchronicle.com — Houston's real estate market hasn't avoided the slowdown triggered by collapsing oil prices, but a more diverse economy will help offset weakness in housing and vacancies in area office towers, industry experts said Tuesday. Clearly this is a big deal," said Sean Suffel of the Transwestern commercial real estate firm, "but when people try to tie this back to the '80s I don't agree.

Salary required to buy a house in Houston jumps 5 percent

blog.chron.com — A Houstonian must earn a salary of $53,684 per year to afford a median-priced house in the Bayou City, a new report shows. That's 5 percent more than at the end of last year, says mortgage information firm HSH.com, which reports on housing affordability and incomes in 27 metro areas each quarter.
Aug 24, 2015

See how much you need to earn to buy a house in Houston and 26 other cities blog.chron.com/primeproperty/… @HoustonChron

Aug 24, 2015

RT @nsarnoff: See how much you need to earn to buy a house in Houston and 26 other cities blog.chron.com/primeproperty/… @HoustonChron

Aug 24, 2015

How much do you need to make to buy a house in Houston? 5% more than last year. ($53,684 to buy a $221,100 house) blog.chron.com/primeproperty/…

Aug 24, 2015

RT @kfeser: How much do you need to make to buy a house in Houston? 5% more than last year. ($53,684 to buy a $221,100 house) blog.chron.com/primeproperty/…

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@Instacart grocery delivery service expanding into Katy and The Woodlands chron.com/business/retai… @houstonchron @mdsmithnews

Sep 01, 2015

Near Northside is getting more "cool, dynamic" affordable housing houstonchronicle.com/business/real-… via @HoustonChron @ErinMulvaney

Sep 01, 2015

Constitutional amendment could pave the way for sales price disclosure in Texas trib.it/1X7vDoW via @TexasTribune @amanbatheja

Aug 31, 2015

Harris County releases list of Houston hoods with the biggest increases in home values blog.chron.com/primeproperty/… @HoustonChron


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