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This Weeks Agent Profile: Leasing Manager Jena Turner

Posted on: January 31st, 2014 by habitationleasing No Comments

Jena Turner is from the Houston area and her life centers around living in the city! Her exquisite taste and background in home renovations, home repairs, and design gives her the edge to stand out […]

Hey Houston! The apartments are coming!

Posted on: January 31st, 2014 by habitationleasing No Comments

Everywhere you drive inner loop Houston and surrounding, you see them. You know, the apartments! Builders are building in all areas of our city and it isn’t stopping soon. The great news for renters: MOVE […]

Realtor View: Do you know where your mortgage payments go?

Posted on: July 25th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Written by Danny Frank for www.chron.com Do you know what you’re paying for every month? When you decide to buy a new home, a good first step is to determine how much mortgage you can […]

Dallas, Houston Among Top-Searched Metros

Posted on: June 13th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

DALLAS-Apartment Guide, which shares information about retail properties to potential renters nationwide, has released data about moving patterns and the top searched metropolitan areas. Dallas and Houston ranked among the top 10 list, coming in […]

Houston home sales hit highest point in six years as prices rise; no slowdown in sight

Posted on: May 28th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

April was the best month for home sales in Houston in almost six years as home buyers devoured new listings at a pace that local Realtors have not seen since before the recession. With inventory […]

Three cities see seller’s market for homes

Posted on: May 16th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

For area cities Bellaire, Southside Place and West University Place, housing is in greater demand than ever, area real estate agents say. These communities offer proximity to downtown Houston, Rice University and the Texas Medical Center along with […]

Realtor View: Get the biggest bang for your home-remodeling buck

Posted on: May 14th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Whether you’ve lived in your home for 10 years or 10 days, surely there is something about it you would like to change. Maybe you want to update your master bathroom or perhaps you’ve been […]

The Heights stands apart in Houston

Posted on: May 7th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

The Houston Heights was founded in 1891 by real estate speculators Oscar Martin Carter and Daniel Denton Cooley. At first, it was developed as its own city set apart from Houston with business district, light industry, railcar link […]

Familiar Tune: Homeownership falls to 1995 level

Posted on: May 2nd, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Owning a home has fallen in popularity to levels last seen during the heyday of grunge rock. Homeownership in the United States continued to tick downward, hitting its lowest rate in nearly 18 years, according […]

Best places to live in Houston

Posted on: April 30th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Jackson Hill apartments 320 Jackson Hill St Jackson Hill is nestled in between the Suburbs of Katy and the Heights. The area is close to the best recreation in the city. For more great apartments, […]

Homes go quickly in hot Heights market

Posted on: April 25th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Realtor Rich Martin has lived in the Heights area long enough to see some major changes. “When I moved here 20 years ago, it was a funky little neighborhood with old, eclectic homes,” he said. At the time, Martin’s […]

Billions flow into the hottest new U.S. housing asset — rentals

Posted on: April 23rd, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Donald R. Mullen Jr., who helped Goldman Sachs Group Inc. profit from the U.S. housing crash, is giving the firm and its clients a way to gain from the recovery. Mullen, 54, has raised almost […]

Houston is U-Hauls most popular relocation destination

Posted on: April 18th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

People must believe everything is bigger in Texas, because the most popular city to move to in 2012 was Houston, according to new data on relocation trends released by U-Haul. The moving company’s figures were […]

Everyone is moving to Houston: No. 1 relocation spot in U.S. for fourth straight year

Posted on: April 16th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

If it seems like everyone is moving to Houston these days, perhaps that’s because they are. For the fourth year running, U-Haul has ranked Houston No. 1 on its list of “The U-Haul 2012 Top 50 U.S. Destination […]

Varied individual needs drive Houston’s relocation market

Posted on: April 16th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

The greater Houston metropolitan area draws people from around the state, country and the world for many reasons, with the most popular being for work. Yet, there are many other reasons people are adopting an […]

Moore Design Group Partners with Prominent Houston Developer on Three Multifamily Projects of Unprecedented Scope

Posted on: April 9th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Notable interior design firm, Moore Design Group, is embarking on an impressive enterprise with Martin Fein Interests, Ltd., one of Houston’s premier multifamily development firms. In an unprecedented effort, three projects will be built simultaneously […]

New Museum District apartment complex promises to be condo worthy, touts special dog perks

Posted on: April 4th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

  Construction has officially commenced at 1301 Richmond Ave. on The Muse Museum District, a 270-unit “luxury multifamily community” from Dallas-based developers Behringer Harvard and Trammell Crow Residential. The developers were required to raze the Andover Richmond Apartments, a large and surprisingly […]

Why recent college grads should make Houston their home

Posted on: March 28th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

With graduation season approaching, college students are determining where in the country is the best place for them to live in, taking into consideration job availability, average earning income and cost of living. According to […]

High-rise apartments aimed at the young and the urban

Posted on: March 26th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Developers have started work in the southern end of downtown on a high-rise apartment building designed to attract single renters in their 20s and 30s seeking an urban living experience. The 24-story project, one of […]

On the move: Houston economy, real estate market create hot spot for relocation

Posted on: March 21st, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Houston is HOT, and relocation to the Houston area is even hotter! The eyes of the world seem to be on the Bayou City as the Houston area continues to prosper, and enjoy a steady […]

Echo Boomer heaven? New upscale Midtown apartments court young professionals with perks

Posted on: March 19th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

In the bustling area that is Midtown Houston, it seems like there’s always something happening. One of those current somethings is Pearl Midtown, an upscale 154-unit apartment development going up on the 1.14-acre block bounded by Elgin, […]

Flash sale craze alters Houston housing market:City among tops in nation in new trend

Posted on: March 19th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

See a “For Sale” sign in front of the house of your dreams? You’d better act fast — a new report says that Houston has one of the fastest housing markets in the United States. […]

My Perfect Hous(e)ton: The Heights

Posted on: March 12th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Few Houston neighborhoods have as unique a story as Houston Heights, most commonly known as simply “The Heights.” Located just four miles from downtown, The Heights manages to maintain an almost small-town charm with its […]

Top 5 Predictions for Houston Real Estate in 2013

Posted on: March 7th, 2013 by habitationleasing No Comments

Houston’s real estate markets – both commercial and residential – have just finished an exceptionally strong year and conditions remain positive as we sail into 2013. The inventory of homes for sale is at a […]

Downtown’s $324 Million Hotel

Posted on: December 20th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

These renderings show the proposed 30-story convention center hotel proposed for a site just north of Discovery Green. The new project, for which the city approved $138 million worth of incentives last week, will be […]

Houston Housing Inventory Dips as Sales Soar

Posted on: December 20th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

The supply of homes for sale in the Houston area has dropped to its lowest level in 12 years, the Houston Association of Realtors said Tuesday. Sales of single-family homes shot up 27.3 percent in […]

Houston ranked the No. 1 economy in America: City beats back the recession

Posted on: December 3rd, 2012 by alex No Comments

Those looking for good news in Brookings’ Global MetroMonitor, an annual report on the economic state of 300 cities worldwide, will find it — as long as they live in China. With virtually every city in […]

The 10 hottest happy hour deals in Houston: Making drinking and eating cheap an art form

Posted on: November 29th, 2012 by alex No Comments

Good happy hours with deals on both drinks and food are hard to find, but we’ve got 10 hot new picks for you. Get your drink and food on with these specials. Kiran’s Happy hour […]

New Heights restaurant with foodie cred to feature fried chicken, donuts & a drive-thru

Posted on: November 13th, 2012 by alex No Comments

According to Google, the most popular (or at least most interesting) foods to pair with fried chicken are waffles, sushi (um, what?) and champagne. But don’t tell that to Lee Ellis, one of the owners […]

The Original Greek Festival Houston, Texas: October 4 – 7, 2012

Posted on: September 4th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

Come and join The Original Greek Festival, now in its 46th year, and be Greek for a day! Growing attendance over the years continues to create excitement as the word gets around, so bring your […]

New 21-story Apartment Tower Aims to be a Walkable Inner Loop Mini City with High-Tech Perks

Posted on: September 4th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

After several years of delays, ground has been broken at Regent Square, a mixed-use, multi-story, mini-city-within-the-city that will occupy 24 acres of inner Loop land. This is just phase one of the construction, which is expected to take […]

Renters Get Rolling: Paint Makeovers Complete!

Posted on: August 30th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

  Name: Eliza Challenge: Trouble Deciding on a Color Color: Glidden Paint Sea Spray Eliza wanted to keep her apartment sophisticated, and wanted to add color without adding a sense of clutter. She chose an airy, nuanced blue […]

How To Clean & Organize a Refrigerator

Posted on: August 30th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

Before I took on this assignment, I really didn’t think that my fridge was that dirty. Well, let’s just say that I was wrong. In case you too have fallen victim to that somewhat subtle […]

Downsizing Design: Tips for Moving to a Smart Stylish Smaller Kitchen

Posted on: August 30th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

Sometimes you have to downsize, for one reason or another, to a kitchen with less storage and space. Once in your newer, smaller kitchen you realize that you shouldn’t look at another Williams-Sonoma catalog and […]

Stores or Restaurants To Take Place of Ben Milam Hotel Shops, Bells & Whistles

Posted on: August 28th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

A GROUND-FLOOR plan of the Ballpark Apartments developer Marvy Finger is set to build on 2 downtown blocks beyond Minute Maid Park’s leftfield fence shows a couple of retail spacesare planned for the southern end of the 7-story complex. […]

Rice University Offers a Beer Education Your Own College Probably Didn’t

Posted on: August 28th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

When you talk about getting educated on beer at college, I am going to assume that you mean learning about the finer points of keg tapping and Natty Light hauling. Because until recently, a real […]

New Website Rewards Houston Commuters with Coupons for Walking, Biking To Work

Posted on: August 28th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

A brisk walk or bicycle ride to work is invigorating; public transit commutes can be stress-free and amusing. For many, it doesn’t take much convincing that getting to work in an alternative way is better […]

Using Heights Blvd.’s 2 1/2 Block ‘Jogging Trail to Nowhere’ for Art Car Displays

Posted on: August 28th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

Rebecca Bass eased what used to be a Saturn station wagon up on the median in the middle of Heights Boulevard, careful that none of the bejeweled yogis fell off. The last time she’d driven […]

Slideshow: Preview of OKRA’s Downtown Charity Bar

Posted on: August 28th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

The OKRA Charity Saloon preview party and fundraiser kicked off at 924 Congress St. on Friday afternoon. The downtown crowd featured foodies and professional types all participating in what someone informed me was “National Duck Out of […]

Downtown’s 32-Story Former Tenneco Building, Now Kinder Morgan Tower, Up For Sale; Could Fetch $400M

Posted on: August 28th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

  It’s been a busy year in the commercial real estate market. The 1 million-square-foot Kinder Morgan building is the latest Houston skyscraper to go up for sale. The 32-story building at 1001 Louisiana was the […]

Renter Friendly Decorating: Wall Decals

Posted on: April 19th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

GIGGLES AND GLUE GUNS RENTER FRIENDLY DECORATING: WALL DECALS by Mr. Kate I often get questions from people on how to decorate a rental if you aren’t allowed to paint the walls, etc. You can […]

Cute Ways to Decorate your Houston Apartment

Posted on: April 6th, 2012 by habitationleasing No Comments

RENTER FRIENDLY DECORATING: WALL DECALS by Mr. Kate I often get questions from people on how to decorate a rental if you aren’t allowed to paint the walls, etc. You can see a video tour of […]

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