Writing has always been an important and natural part of everything that I do. I have written hundreds of articles and PR pieces, and it has been my writing and blogging about the relocation industry that has really put me over the...
On the Move: Relocation spotlight shines on Heritage Texas Properties
On the move: HAR's 2018 chair discusses opportunities in the Houston market - Part 2Welcome back for more of my conversation with Kenya Burrell-VanWormer, who is the 2018 chair of the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), and an affordable lending relationship manager for JPMorgan Chase.
On the move: HAR's 2018 chair discusses opportunities in Houston market – Part 1Each new year brings new opportunities. For many people, that might also include a relocation to a new city. If that city is Houston, the opportunities are abundant. Just ask Kenya Burrell-VanWormer, the 2018 chair of the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), who also serves as an affordable lending relationship manager for JPMorgan Chase.
On the move: What does new year hold for Houston real estate, relocation? It has been a roller coaster ride for the City of Houston this year, especially over the past four months. From the flood waters of Hurricane Harvey, to the celebration of the Houston Astros as the winners of the World Series, Houston has certainly seen its share of highs and lows. So, as we hurdle toward the finish line of 2017, it's a good time to reflect on where we have been, and look forward to the year ahead.
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