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After record 2015, Texas home sales start to slow
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Published in 2-2-2016
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Single-family home sales passed 300,000 statewide for the first time, rising 4.1 percent annually to 309,090 sales in 2015, according to the Texas Association of Realtors' new 2015-Q4 Texas Quarterly Housing Report. "Falling oil prices and drilling activity are just beginning to significantly impact the Texas real estate market," Jim Gaines, chief economist with the Real Estate Center at ...>>

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Businessman buys photo of Irish potato for $1 million
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Published in 26-1-2016
    330 Visits

Potatoes taste great. No arguments there. But who would pay $1 million for a photo of a spud?

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Heights' El Cantina site won't be a brewpub after all
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Published in 26-1-2016
    537 Visits
Erik Ogershok, a veteran of the Texas beer scene who left Real Ale Brewing Co. to launch brewery operations at the restaurant, said later that the group is in negotiations to lease another site where it still intends to open a brewpub, possibly by the end of the year. In a news release Monday, Delicious Concepts said Felix Florez of Black Hill Meats will be involved "to bring a revolving lineup o ...>>
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Allegiance Title expands to Houston
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Published in 26-1-2016
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Allegiance Title Co. has opened an office in Houston, a market the Dallas-based firm has targeted for expansion. William V. "Vic" Condrey, the former owner and CEO of Riverway Title Co. and a 40-year real estate veteran, leads the new Allegiance office as executive vice president and director of Houston operations. Alicia Hicks, senior escrow officer; Hap Peyton, vice president of business devel ...>>
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Small-business Q&A: First step is deciding what decision to make
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Published in 19-1-2016
    1092 Visits
Here are some tips for making thoughtful, well-informed decisions: Is this really your decision or someone else's and do you really need to make a decision at all? Identify contributing factors that potentially can be changed to improve a particular alternative, and those that must be accepted as they are. The time-tested exercise of listing pros and cons on opposite sides of a piece of pa ...>>
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Real estate transactions
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Published in 19-1-2016
    454 Visits
Real estate transactions Wes Hallmark with Sperry Van Ness/Wes Hallmark & Associates of Lubbock represented the buyer. HFF arranged acquisition financing for the Haven at Westgreen, a newly built 225-unit complex at 510 Westgreen Blvd. just south of Interstate 10 in Katy. The borrower is a joint venture between Dallas-based CAF Capital Partners, The Rainier Cos. and Chicago-based Blue Vista Cap ...>>
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New Richmond neighborhood draws on history
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Published in 19-1-2016
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The Houston-based developer acquired 590 acres near the northwest corner of Williams Way Boulevard and U.S. 59 in Richmond in partnership with IHP Capital Partners last year. The developers settled on the name after visiting the Fort Bend Museum for inspiration. "Seeing that photograph sealed our decision to name the development Veranda," Reichert said.
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A peek at Houston's abandoned or forgotten places
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Published in 19-1-2016
    440 Visits

Some buildings in Houston have become such a normal part of the horizon that you hardly notice that they're vacant. Take Magic Island, for instance. The boxlike monument that's supposed to lead you into the magical world of ancient Egypt sits off of the Southwest Freeway near Buffalo Speedway.

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Gastropub the latest tenant signed on at East Village
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Published in 19-1-2016
    445 Visits

A group of entrepreneurs signed a lease hoping to bring a gastropub, restaurant concept to a renovated mixed-use project in East Downtown.

The development by Houston's Ancorian East Village already announced a vodka distillery and architecture firm would take up space in their project just on the other side of U.S. 59 from downtown Houston. A full story about the 60,000-square-foot ...>>

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Small-business Q&A: First step is deciding what decision to make
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    844 Visits
Here are some tips for making thoughtful, well-informed decisions: Is this really your decision or someone else's and do you really need to make a decision at all? Identify contributing factors that potentially can be changed to improve a particular alternative, and those that must be accepted as they are. The time-tested exercise of listing pros and cons on opposite sides of a piece of pa ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Real estate transactions
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    270 Visits
Real estate transactions Wes Hallmark with Sperry Van Ness/Wes Hallmark & Associates of Lubbock represented the buyer. HFF arranged acquisition financing for the Haven at Westgreen, a newly built 225-unit complex at 510 Westgreen Blvd. just south of Interstate 10 in Katy. The borrower is a joint venture between Dallas-based CAF Capital Partners, The Rainier Cos. and Chicago-based Blue Vista Cap ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
New Richmond neighborhood draws on history
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    763 Visits
The Houston-based developer acquired 590 acres near the northwest corner of Williams Way Boulevard and U.S. 59 in Richmond in partnership with IHP Capital Partners last year. The developers settled on the name after visiting the Fort Bend Museum for inspiration. "Seeing that photograph sealed our decision to name the development Veranda," Reichert said.
Reference: www.chron.com
A peek at Houston's abandoned or forgotten places
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    1193 Visits

Some buildings in Houston have become such a normal part of the horizon that you hardly notice that they're vacant. Take Magic Island, for instance. The boxlike monument that's supposed to lead you into the magical world of ancient Egypt sits off of the Southwest Freeway near Buffalo Speedway.

Reference: www.chron.com
Gastropub the latest tenant signed on at East Village
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    565 Visits

A group of entrepreneurs signed a lease hoping to bring a gastropub, restaurant concept to a renovated mixed-use project in East Downtown.

The development by Houston's Ancorian East Village already announced a vodka distillery and architecture firm would take up space in their project just on the other side of U.S. 59 from downtown Houston. A full story about the 60,000-square-foot ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Small-business Q&A: First step is deciding what decision to make
Business
Published in 19-1-2016
    384 Visits
Here are some tips for making thoughtful, well-informed decisions: Is this really your decision or someone else's and do you really need to make a decision at all? Identify contributing factors that potentially can be changed to improve a particular alternative, and those that must be accepted as they are. The time-tested exercise of listing pros and cons on opposite sides of a piece of pa ...>>
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