Fulbrook (Fulshear, TX)
By Shayne Stone, "Your Rock Solid Choice Realtor"
(HomeSmart)
Will Home Prices Fall This Year? Here's What Experts Say. Many people are wondering: will home prices fall this year? Whether you're a potential homebuyer, seller, or both, the answer to this question matters for you. Lets break down what's happening with home prices, where experts say theyre headed, and how this impacts your homeownership goals.What's Happening with Home Prices? Home prices have seen 121 consecutive months of year-over-year increases. CoreLogic says:Price appreciation averaged 15% for the full year of 2021, up from the 2020 full year average of 6%.So why are prices climbing so much? Its because there are more buyers than there are homes for sale. This imbalance is expected to maintain that upward pressure on home prices because homes for sale are a hot commodity in tod...
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By Shayne Stone, "Your Rock Solid Choice Realtor"
(HomeSmart)
Does My Heat Pump or A/C Need Replacing?Summer is just around the corner, and for a lot of homeowners, that means having to run the air conditioner or heat pump around the clock just to keep ahead of climbing temperatures. These tools are amazing for keeping things cool, but after a while, they too can get worn out and need replacing. Do you know how to tell if it’s time to retire your current unit?Efficiency Is Everything Many people believe that if their unit is still working, it’s still doing its job, but with HVAC systems this isn’t always true. Efficiency is really everything, and an air conditioner or heat pump that’s slipping in this department may be on its way out the door. Older units may still cool just as well as they always did, and regular maintenance can ensure they live ...
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By Shayne Stone, "Your Rock Solid Choice Realtor"
(HomeSmart)
The Dream of Homeownership Is Worth the EffortIf you're in the market to buy a home this season, stick with it. Homebuyers face challenges in any market, and todays is no exception. But if you persevere, your decision to purchase a home will be worth the effort in the end. In fact, a recent survey from Bankrate shows homeownership is so powerful that:Nearly three in four homeowners say they would still buy their current home if they had it to do [sic] all over again. That means the results owning a home and the benefits that come with it outweigh the effort needed to achieve their goal. If you're a homebuyer, let that provide you with the confidence to know the work you're putting in today will pay off for years to come. Here are a few reasons to stick with your search and focus on the ...
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By Shayne Stone, "Your Rock Solid Choice Realtor"
(HomeSmart)
Americans are more aware than ever of the effects climate change and natural disasters can have on their homes. According to a report from realtor.com:More than 3 in 4 recent buyers, 78%, took [natural disasters] into account when choosing the locations of their homes, . . .The study also found that many existing homeowners (34%) have already considered selling their houses and moving to a new location because of the changing climate. If you're like those homeowners and are weighing your options about what to do next, here's some information to keep in mind as you begin the process of selling your existing house and searching for your new home.Do Your Research and Work with a Real Estate Advisor To Find a Home That Meets Your NeedsAs a homeowner, its impossible to control what types of ...
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By Shayne Stone, "Your Rock Solid Choice Realtor"
(HomeSmart)
There's a well-known economic theory the law of supply and demand that explains what's happening with prices in the current real estate market. Put simply, when demand for an item is high, prices rise. When the supply of the item increases, prices fall. Of course, when demand is very high and supply is very low, prices can rise significantly.Understanding the impact both supply and demand have can provide the answers to a few popular questions about todays housing market: Why are prices rising? Where are prices headed? What does this mean for homebuyers? Why Are Prices Rising? According to the latest Home Price Insights report from CoreLogic, home prices have risen 18.1% since this time last year. But what's driving the increase?Recent buyer and seller activity data from the National As...
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By Robert Bob Gilbert, Your Katy TX ( West of Houston) Real Estate Expert
(Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Anderson Properties)
  Cork and Culinary Fair in Fulshear Texas   Fulshear is only a few miles away from Katy Texas and the movement of folks coming to this area these days is west heading towards or arriving in the Fulshear and the surrounding areas. Land to build new homes zoned to Katy ISD south of Interstate I-10 is running out. That is a basic fact. If you or family wants to buy a new home in South Katy that is zoned to Katy ISD you need to stop procrastinating and take action. No I am not saying this just to get someone to buy a home. I am just warning you of the eventual outcome if you continue to sit on the sidelines.   The second annual Fulbrook Wine and Culinary Fair will be held on Saturday April 14, 2012 with the fair being held from Noon until 6:00 P.M. and a gourmet dinner at 6:30 P.M. The din...
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By Timothy Sojka
(See TIM Sell @ Keller Williams)
Fulshear Real Estate News - The Simple Elegance of Fulbrook  The Simple elegance of Fulbrook - Fulshear Texas  The inviting peace of the country in a luxury setting. By Realtor - Tim Sojka (shop for a home in Fulshear online at www.Search-Katy-Homes.com)  Fulbrook is a very special subdivision located just west of Katy and Houston in the small charming community of Fulshear.  Homes range in price from around $300,000 to well over a million (depending on location and amenities). Each home is located on an acre plus and many feature water views and wooded vistas.  Most homes are custom built and each home in individual in scope.  This beautiful upscale community works hard to keep it luxurious country feel.  For instance there are lighting restrictions (they want the community to be dark ...
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