The April 2018 Newsletter is ready!
Lake Conroe & San Jacinto River Authority – Harvey Debrief
I was recently showing property to a sweet couple from the Lake Houston area. We had a great day seeing houses that might be their next place to call home and enjoy their retirement years. Along the way we got to talking and I heard … Read More
March 2018 Newsletter
The March 2018 Newsletter is ready!
February 2018 Newsletter
The February 2018 Newsletter is ready! There are some interesting developments regarding Lake Conroe as the new year starts to heat up. Spring and daylights savings time usually mark the beginning of a busy time for real estate. This issue has the normal update to … Read More
January 2018 Newsletter
The January 2018 Newsletter is ready! Happy New Year! It has started off with a bang! This is the busiest winter I’ve ever had in real estate. The lull that is normally present in December and January was only barely noticeable this year. Real estate … Read More
November 2017 Newsletter
The November 2017 Newsletter is ready! I hope you had a blessed Thanksgiving and are ready for a blessed Christmas season as well!
October 2017 Newsletter
Enjoy the October 2017 Newsletter. October was an interesting month for Lake Conroe. Post Harvey cleanup was going on in areas downstream from the dam, on creeks that feed into the San Jacinto River, and on older homes around the lake that were built too … Read More
More about Lake Homes Realty!
I was recently recruited by Lake Homes Realty to serve buyers and sellers in the Lake Conroe, Lake Houston, and Houston County Lake areas. Lake Homes Realty is a full service brokerage now serving 16 states, over 70 MLS’s, and growing every day.LakeHomes.com has had … Read More
New Roads! New Economic Growth!
It was announced last week by Montgomery City officials that 255 acres of land was donated for future road development! This land is located near FM 1486 and was donated by the owners of the Woodard Tract. The land has an estimated worth of $5.1 … Read More
September 2017 Newsletter
The Lake Conroe market is starting to hum again after one of the worst storms in history. Harvey was awful, and many people were negatively affected, but I was pleasantly surprised with how well this market did overall in such a historically bad storm. The … Read More