Houston Real Estate
Below are links to predefined market areas within the Houston MLS. On each market's web page, the results have been further filtered to easily sort by property type, price range, days on the market, price reductions, foreclosures, short sales, and more. To view all the predefined search results in the Houston real estate market Click Here.
- Houston Metro
- Bunker Hill
- Clear Lake
- Hunters Creek
- La Marque
- League City
- Missouri City
- New Caney
- Spring Valley
- Sugar Land
- Texas City
- West University
Real Estate News and Featured Articles
We are the only Houston firm to bring you original industry news and an active editorial blog. We monitor market trends and economic factors to deliver timely topics and political wrangling. See below for our featured articles and current real estate news stories.
Whether you’ve been planning it for years or the economy has forced your hand, losing square footage can be both invigorating and a challenge. For the sake of your emotional health – and your packing efforts – remain focused on the positive aspects of the change. Living in a smaller home… [read more]
De-cluttering your home can help you to become more organized and less stressed. There are many rooms in the home that just seem to collect clutter. Clutter can cause discord and stress in families, but thankfully there are many options available for de-cluttering in each room of the home,… [read more]
Condominium sales in Texas are climbing to new heights, as evidenced by a recent report showing double-digit growth of these properties in the Lone Star state.
States that have a speedy legal process for foreclosure proceedings tend to recovery more quickly and enjoy higher rates of recovery than those with inefficient foreclosure measures in place, a new analysis suggests.
Sales of distressed and foreclosed homes increased on both a monthly and year-over-year basis in October, a scenario that may help free up strained inventory in many areas of the country.
Houston home sales in October climbed 13.5 percent year-over-year, representing 29 consecutive months of positive gains, according to the Houston Association of Realtors.