The Woodlands Real Estate Market Statistics – Nov 2016

Post-Election Recap Now that we are past the uncertainty of the election, it seems like the market (stock and real estate) is starting to wake up from a prolonged torpor. 2016 has been an unusual year, to say the least. However, … [Read more...]

Let’s do the numbers – Pre-Spring Break 2016

With the first months of 2016 in the books, I'm sure you'll agree that quite a bit has happened. Between oil prices, job figures, interest rates, and the stock market, it sure feels like things are more than shaking up. Its impact … [Read more...]

Change is in the air – October 2015

With the cooler weather comes a cooler RE season - at least, that's the typical cycle. We can definitely argue that last year (2014) was an anomaly in the business, given all the folks that moved into our area to fill in the … [Read more...]

What’s new – Blood Moon Edition

I sure hope that the clouds break out enough for us to see the moon paint itself in red - well, you know what I mean. If we can't get to watch this, I suppose that we can try again in 18 years.... ;o) In the meantime, here are … [Read more...]

Full plan for Camp Strake revealed

The Johnson Development Corp. has revealed its master plan for Grand Central Park, a new master-planned community on the former Boy Scout Camp Strake property north of Houston. The Houston developer released a map and a video … [Read more...]

The Numbers – Market Trends May 2015

The month of May has already flown by and we're getting busier by the day -- which is definitely better news than the activity we had during the first few months of the year. We are definitely blessed that our community, including … [Read more...]

The Road Bond – A Front Row Seat in the Discussion

By now, every resident in Montgomery County should know that on May 9th, voters will have a chance to voice their opinion on the Road Bond proposal. Our team was honored with the opportunity to participate in a round-table … [Read more...]

Ready for a Free (Toll) Ride?

The much anticipated flyover ramps connecting I-45 and Texas 242 will be opening in 2 to 3 weeks, according to Jennie Tanaborelli, the managing partner at PTP overseeing the project.  The I-45N to 242W and 242W to I-45S … [Read more...]

What a couple of weeks can do

Spring Break - the time in the year where there's typically some time set aside to rest. Not necessarily for us, though, because this year it clearly marked the start of the Real Estate selling season. What changed is that … [Read more...]

Commercial Development Update – Q2 2014

The Houston area in general has been notorious for its growth - although the same can be said about Texas as a whole.  The oil boom from the different shales across the state (and even in Oklahoma) is driving additional employment … [Read more...]

Has the Real Estate Market Peaked?

According to a study prepared by HAR, the Houston area’s persistent lack of housing inventory resulted in the market’s first home sales decline in three years in May. Thirty-four consecutive months of positive sales ended in April … [Read more...]

Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Texas – Traffic Impact

With preparations for the event well underway, and our OutRival Racing athletes getting in tip top shape, we want to make sure that you're prepared for one of the things that will definitely be affecting us mortals on that date … [Read more...]

Taylor Morrison takes point in Springwoods Village

Although delayed by the hard freeze we experienced last week, Taylor Morrison (TM) officially released their first set of lots in Audubon Grove -- the first home builder to do so in Springwoods Village. These lots are 75' x 130 on … [Read more...]

Creekside Village Green work is officially underway

  With information provided by The Woodlands Development Company The Woodlands Development Company (TWDC) has begun construction of Creekside Village Green, the centerpiece for the highly-anticipated Creekside Park … [Read more...]

FEMA to release new Flood Maps for Montgomery County

When you first bought your home, I'm sure that you had an opportunity to verify that the building is not within a flood zone - otherwise, you're paying an additional premium for flood insurance. Well, in a few months, you will … [Read more...]

New Home Construction Update – Fall 2013

At the risk of sounding repetitive, everyone has been busy in the housing sector in our area. Builders in The Woodlands are running out (or have run out already) of inventory, new builds have emerged in Liberty Branch, and … [Read more...]

Sally Harris nominates “Lighting Luminary”

We could not be more proud of our very own Sally Harris - with her input, a deserving child has been selected to light up the Christmas Tree in Market street on Thursday November 21. Join us as we celebrate life and the … [Read more...]

Halloween in our Community

Summoning all mummies, daddies, little ghouls and ghosts! Looking for something to do this coming Halloween? Check out these events in our area - they'll be spook-tacular!  Know of any others? Let us know!  Have a safe and fun … [Read more...]

Relocation Corner – What to Expect

As our community continues to enjoy an extremely healthy real estate market, buyers - in particular those that come from out of state - need to be aware of what to expect when they're ready to "pull the trigger." This is a brief … [Read more...]

Be an informed voter – On the Ballot – November 2013

As politicians start making their case for/against their proposals and platforms, it's important for us as citizens to be well-informed about the very changes they propose. As you may be aware, the most typical way for Texas to … [Read more...]

Are you ready for Back to School?

You very well can be new to our community, or maybe you have children that are moving across the different feeder schools - or maybe you just need a friendly reminder  ;o)   Whatever the case, here's a a list of things that we … [Read more...]

Rianne comenta en el aumento del precio de las propiedades en Houston

En una entrevista con Univision 45, Rianne da su opinion en cuanto al alza sin precedentes del valor del mercado inmobiliario en el estado y principalmente en nuestra region. … [Read more...]

US Padel Tennis National Team… here?

Our team recently found out that the USA Padel Association is recruiting for a junior Padel team that will have the privilege of representing the United States in the 2013 World Championship this fall in Argentina - right here in … [Read more...]

Memorial Hermann IRONMAN Texas – Traffic Impact

With preparations for the event well underway, and our OutRival Racing athletes getting in tip top shape, we want to make sure that you're prepared for one of the things that will definitely be affecting us mortals on that date … [Read more...]

Magnolia Inventory Update – February/March 2013

Magnolia continues to be a value-added alternative to suburban life in our area - Jacob's Reserve and Woodforest are handling the overflow from The Woodlands (from a new construction standpoint), and acreage home sales are … [Read more...]