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Seller’s Market? Buyer’s Market? No – It’s Your Market

Houston Seller's Market

This is Part 3 of my series “Sell My House, Ryan!” To start at the beginning, click here. When I tell someone I’m a real estate agent, the first question I’m asked is if we are in a “seller’s market” or a “buyer’s market.” It’s an impossible question. Because if you’re serious about selling your home at the market price,…

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July Home Prices Rise: MLS Report

Houston Homes July 2017

Real estate sales and prices continue to grow in Houston suggesting a vibrant market continuing to perform. Single-family home sales rose by 5% from July 2016 and YTD, single-family sales remain 6.8% ahead of 2016.     More importantly for sellers, the average single-family home price increased to $299,131. The average price is up from $225,000 just 5 years ago.…

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Featured Sold Properties

Riverside Terrace Houston

This is Part 4 of my series “Sell My House, Ryan!” To start at the beginning, click here. The clients associated with these homes were each a treat for me to work with. I’ve been very lucky to have exceptional clients. Click to view the photo and read about the home and client.       Next: Part 5: Case…

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Do You Have the Home That Buyers Want?

New windows

When you are ready to sell your home, will your house appeal to what homebuyers will want? Here are 5 important features to today’s home buyer: 1. Fixtures New kitchen and bathroom fixtures are especially important for today’s young, budget-conscious buyers. In many cases, most of a buyer’s savings will go toward the down payment and furnishings. Updating your fixtures…

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Sizzling June Home Sales: MLS Report

June 2017 was a truly historic month for home sales in the Houston market. Total houses sold and average sales price were the highest in the market’s history. A total of 8,414 single-family homes were sold in June compared to 7,771 a year earlier, according to the latest monthly report produced by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR). That represents…

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