• Houston's July Real Estate Market Update

    Aug 22

    Houston’s Overall Real Estate Market Update Last time I said not to worry. Well, it seems like I might  have a crystal ball because the previous month’s stagnant sales did not affect the stellar growth in July.  According  to HAR, the Houston market ...

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  • Three Reasons Why Good Design Sells Homes

    Aug 15

    There is a saying by Adam Judge, “The alternative to good design is always bad design. There is no such thing as no design.”  New homeowners tend to be obsessed with design. Am I right? I mean you signed away everything other than your right kidney to finance that ...

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  • Houston's June Real Estate Market Update

    Jul 22

    Overall Houston Single-Family Home Results  For the first time this year, last month’s sales did not outpace last year. In fact, there was a 3.4% decrease. Never fear though, Houston is still set to beat last year numbers despite the loss of sales this month.  Do not ...

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  • Five Things You Need To Know To Protect Your Kids From Guns

    Jun 27

    Summer is in full swing! School is out and the children are at home. Families are looking forward to fun activities, vacations, and quality time.  What happens when summertime fun becomes a family’s worst nightmare? What happens when your child, despite knowing the dangers of handling guns, decides ...

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  • Houston's May Market Update

    Jun 20

    Houston's Overall Market Update Interest rates lower than predicted and employment growth in the Houston oil and gas sector. These factors are contributing to positive growth in the housing market this month.  Now is the time for buyers to take the plunge towards owning a home and take ...

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  • After Hurricane Harvey: How Are We Preparing For The Next Storm?

    Apr 25

    August 17, 2017, a date that lives in the memories of many Houstonians. Hurricane Harvey hit the shores of Galveston and carried devastation still felt two years later. The question that remains is what now? What steps are our city officials taking to mitigate damages and loss from future natural disasters?  ...

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  • Houston's April Market Update

    Apr 11

    Overall Houston Housing Market According to HAR single home sales last month were flat but that is not the case this month as sales increase 4.9% from last year’s sales. The average price for Homes also saw an increase in March of $298,766.  Single home sales should continue to ...

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  • Boss Chronicles: LeTricia Wilbanks Design

    Mar 28

    In Jefferson, Texas on the border of Shreveport, LA is a town known as the bed and breakfast capital of Texas. Here a little girl dreams of transforming her small space to match the beautiful historic Antebellum homes that are a fixture in her town. Unknown to her what exactly ...

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  • Boss Chronicles: Thinking Boutique

    Mar 21

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Deb Haaland, and Rashida Tlaib.  What do these names have in common? Women elected to Congress in 2018. Women who do not fit the mold of the typical United States Congress member. Toppling down well-oiled political machines in their respective United States districts. These women are ...

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  • Boss Chronicles: Fatema Josh Fine Arts

    Mar 7

    In Rochester, New York a woman, separated from her extended family searches for an emotional outlet after leaving behind all she knew. Going back to her background in graphic design, she enters a tiny art store in her neighborhood awakening her passion for a brush and color. This woman is ...

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