Hurricane Harvey Hurricane Harvey’s heavy winds and torrential downpours are just the beginning — natural disasters can easily become financial disasters for homeowners if they don’t make the right choices in the aftermath. [siteorigin_widget class=”WP_Widget_Media_Image”][/siteorigin_widget]…

Tens of thousands of people have been displaced in Houston, Texas alone by Hurricane Harvey. The long-term damage from the catastrophic flooding engulfing the US’s Gulf Coast is expected to cost companies, small businesses, and…

Houston home sales plunged for the first time in nearly a year in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, according to the Houston Association of Realtors. Local Realtors sold 5,917 single-family homes in August, a 25.4…

According to the HOUSTON (CBRE, Real Estate Center) – A report released yesterday by CBRE said that while lower oil prices will affect Houston’s commercial real estate market, fears of broad-based decline are “overblown.” The…

A huge “Thank You” to all who participated in our Tamarac Pines project this year – God really blessed this project! Through the combined efforts of those who generously gave gift and monetary donations, the…

Thanksgiving Family event You can participate or just cheer them on…  This year marks the 25th Run Thru the Woods. It’s a 1,3 or 5 mile race directed by the YMCA and oriented for kids…

Water and TEXAS Water is a necessity that is used, reused, over used and consumed. We face some real challenges as our population in Texas grows to have enough water to support our communities and…

By Bridget Balch The Montgomery County Commissioners Court approved $370,000 for the first two phases of the engineering design of the project to widen Rayford Road and construct a railroad overpass to relieve traffic congestion…

Hi friends… I’m going to be a bit wordy… I am volunteering at an amazing place in Houston’s 3rd Ward community and wanted to share the opportunity with you.  It is the Yellowstone Academy, a…