Home Maintenance Tasks

Stay Ahead of the Cold Weather this Fall

Brrrr, the temperature drops in the middle of October. Now is the time to take steps to prepare your home for the colder weather. Even if we do not live in a super cold area where snow falls, now is a great time to ensure that your home’s maintenance is up to snuff.

Easy steps to keep your home in prime condition this fall:

Maintain the yard

Trim shrubs and trees away from the home. Make sure tree limbs touch the house. They can provide a path for critters to invade the warmth pf the attic. Dead branches or trees that lean toward your home are a recipe for disaster, especially in high winds or the rare ice storm and should be professionally removed.

Check the roof and gutters

Loose shingles and roof leaks must be repaired prior to the heavy storms that are common in the colder months. Gutters serve the important task of moving rain water away from the foundation. If they are clogged, water can travel into the home and do considerable damage to the walls. Consider having your gutters professionally cleaned of pine needles now – and leaves after most have fallen.

Ensure that the furnace, fireplaces, and smoke detectors are in safe condition. As you start to use your fireplace and furnace to stay warm, be sure that they will not present a hazard. Having the furnace professionally cleaned each year will keep it working safely so that it will not emit carbon monoxide fumes. Hire a chimney sweep to keep your fireplace functioning optimally. It is also crucial to equip your home with both smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Fall is the perfect time to change the batteries and test the performance of these life saving tools.

Seal those cracks

An inexpensive way to keep the warm air in and the cold air out is to seal visible cracks around the home with clear caulk. Weather stripping installed around doors and windows is also very cost and energy effective.

Winterize the pool

The fall season means the swimming pool will be full of leaves, not only inside the water but around the pool equipment. Keeping up with the shedding of leaves into the pool is no easy task, made harder by the cold weather. Hire a professional pool cleaning service who can keep it clean and inspect your pool heater, pumps, freeze protection, and filter to ensure everything is in good shape to make it through the winter season.

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If you are considering selling your home, these fall maintenance items are a must.

October is the time for a central heating check. Best to have the heat checked now, before it gets cold  (we can dream, can’t we?) Also, it’s a good time to invest in the newest model of smoke detectors that also detect carbon monoxide.

PS: Several stores including Costco are offering specials on them this month.

Another important tip – If you live in a wooded area, keep the leaves and pine needles off the roof and out of the gutters. Unblock and down spouts. Trim tree branches away from the roof to prevent local critters from making your home, their home! Finally, make sure any holes that provide attic access to critters are filled.

If you do hear the pitter-patter of unwanted attic guests, call your favorite pest control company to remove the critters. Racoons, squirrels, and roof rats, can do major damage to wires, air ducts, causing major repair bills.

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Cost effective cosmetics for home sellers

If you are planning on selling your home – stick with neutrals when you re paint. How many times have you walked into a house and thought the whole thing would need to be repainted before you could live in it?

Not everyone wants or needs a pink bedroom, or a bright red wall in the dining room. And what about wallpaper?

Get rid of the outdated look

Once it was very popular- then not so much. Some trendsetting designers swearwall paper is coming back in vogue – but tastes differ. Wallpaper in the baths, bedrooms and kitchen dates a house and may turn off a potential buyers.

Not everyone likes bright yellow stripes in the bath or butterflies in the kitchen. Better to prime the wall and use a neutral color paint to cover wallpaper. Buyers will be able to envision their furnishings and not focus on all the work they will have to do to make the house livable for them.

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Written by Cathie Ericson, a journalist who writes about real estate, finance, and health. She lives in Portland, OR.


For-Sale-by-Owner, or FSBO, transactions are commonly seen?in seller’s markets or whenever homeowners want to maximize their profits by not having to pay commission.

However, statistics show that selling your home with the assistance of a professional real estate agent will garner you a higher profit, enough to cover the commission as well as put more money in your pocket.?According to the National Association of Realtor?’s 2016?Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, the average FSBO sales price was $185,000, while the average price for a home represented by an agent was $245,000. That’s a difference of $60,000!

If you choose to sell your home on your own, you’ll be negotiating and relying on your own skill to finalize a contract, leaving yourself open to potential legal problems and a smaller profit when all is said and done.

Here are some of the top reasons why FSBO home sales can go very wrong.

1. Marketing your home online isn’t as easy as you think

Buyers always start online, and FSBO sellers are unlikely to get the exposure they need on a number of listings websites?to reach their audience, says Realtor??Wendy Hooper?with Coast Real Estate Services in Newport Beach, CA. Sticking a sign in your yard or trying to pull off some DIY social media marketing hardly has the same effect.

How an agent can help:?Using an agent automatically offers widespread exposure for your listing through the multiple listing service. Your real estate agent will also have the means to?promote your house to fellow agents to share with their clients. FSBO sellers?would have to shell out big bucks for advertising and still might not reach the most important audience.

2. You could price your?home wrong

Those who put their homes on the market as FSBO tend to?set a price?based on an online assessment tool or the lofty sum that the neighbor down the street claims they were offered?two methods that are?liable to put the listing?price way off.

“Using a?free online valuation tool is like bringing?your doctor a?printout of your Google search about symptoms and possible cures,? says?Jon Sterling, a real estate consultant with Keller Williams Real Estate in San Francisco. ?There?s no substitute for actual market knowledge.?

The danger in overpricing a home is that it will languish on the market, and buyers will wonder why, even if you lower the price later, says?Mark Ferguson, a real estate agent with Pro Real Estate in Greeley, CO.

“The home becomes stigmatized, and buyers are likely to pay a lower price when the home has been on the market an extended period of time,? Ferguson says.

How an agent can help:?A real estate agent will provide an accurate home value based on a comprehensive market analysis to help you arrive at the right listing price. The goal is to make sure you?re pricing your home in the sweet spot?not too high so that you are turning off potential buyers, and not too low so you are leaving money on the table.

3. You could underestimate (or overestimate) how much money to spend on?curb appeal

?A novice home seller is unlikely to view their home objectively or know how to stage it to appeal to the broadest audience,? says Hooper. That means you might be turning off potential buyers with an amateur paint job, an overgrown?yard, or even a broken doorbell.

On the flip side, you might end up investing far more money than is needed. Hooper had sellers who were convinced they had to totally overhaul their 35-year-old kitchen and floors to the tune of about $50,000. Instead, she advised a $10,000 investment for paint, staging, and minor repairs, which still netted $45,000 above their target price.

How an agent can help:?Even if you?re not up for a full home makeover, your agent has an eye for detail and can recommend?simple, budget-conscious swaps?that can translate into real dollars when it comes negotiation time.

?We know how to spend the least amount of money to get the best outcome and home presentation possible,? Hooper says.

4. Showings are a drag

FSBO sellers don?t realize how draining it can be to set up showings. And on top of scheduling actual potential buyers, you also have to deal with both looky-loos (gawkers with no intention of buying the house) and ?sharks,? (investors looking to flip your house for a profit).

“Sellers who advertise their FSBO will quickly be inundated with calls from real estate investors who are looking to save the same commission the seller hopes to save,? Sterling?says. Unfortunately, typically these offers are very low and could likely lead to no sale.

How an agent can help:?Your agent will handle all the scheduling and staff the tours for you, so all you have to do is quickly tidy up and vacate.

In fact, that is another key reason to have an agent: Buyers can get uncomfortable with a?seller hanging around during the showing, says Ferguson. Agents also will weed out unsuitable offers and collect feedback that potential buyers might be unwilling to share directly with the seller, which can make subsequent showings even stronger.

5. Preparing your own paperwork can be tricky

Unless you have a background in contracts or law, you might want to leave the paperwork to the pros. The closing process can entail more than 20 pages of complicated paperwork, including the contract and addendums designed to cover all of the situations that could go wrong, says Ferguson.

For example, houses built before?1978 require an addendum regarding lead-based paint and some states need a release confirming the presence of carbon monoxide detectors.

How an agent can help:?Your agent will take care of all property disclosures and corresponding documentation to avoid future liability.

?If the seller does not use an agent and doesn?t know every law and required paperwork specific to their community, they open themselves up to lawsuits,? warns Ferguson.

?Written by:

Cathie Ericson is a journalist who writes about real estate, finance, and health. She lives in Portland, OR.
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Special thanks to Lee Teed, friend and ReMax broker in Searcy, Arkansas, for sharing this blog with us!


Closing Day Surprises

For many buyers, closing day can’t come fast enough. Once the offer is made and accepted, the time between can seem like eternity. For many, closing day goes smoothly. For others, there may be some unexpected surprises that pop up. While closing day problems are not usually anticipated by a buyer, they are not unheard of, and depending on what kind come up, some can be minor while others can impact the entire deal. Here are some of the most common closing day surprises.

Unpacked moving boxes in Living Room

Walk-Through Surprises

For many buyers, a final walk-through is a must before closing as it allows the buyer to ensure the property’s condition hasn’t changed since the last visit and that any agreed-upon repairs have been done per the contract. If moving furniture created a new hole in the wall, agreed-upon fixtures have been removed, or the property is in total disarray, the issues need to be addressed immediately. The buyer’s agent should work with the seller’s agent to resolve any surprises that have come up. Walk-through issues are generally not deal breakers, but they can be a thorn in a buyer’s side.

Document Surprises

A common surprise at closing is an error in the documents. Errors can include misspelled names, incorrect addresses, and even incorrect loan amounts or missing pages. Some issues can cause an hour or two delay, while others can result in a much longer delay. To avoid any document surprises, a buyer can request to see every document ahead of closing. Loan documents should be scrutinized prior to closing; by law, a buyer should receive a Loan Estimate form and Closing Disclosure form three days before closing. Once these forms are received, it’s up to the buyer to double-check the loan amount, down payment amount, interest rate, and all personal information, including spellings. If questions arise, the sooner they’re answered the better.

Title Surprises

When buying a home, a title company will make sure the title to a property is legitimate by doing a title search, which is essentially a thorough examination of property records to make sure the title is clear of any liens or claims on the property. Title surprises can include: IRS tax liens, unpaid property taxes, judgments, contractor or mechanics liens, identity affidavit, and encroachments. Some of these surprises can be resolved on closing day; others may take a significant amount of time to resolve and will undoubtedly delay closing. Once escrow opens, the title company completes a preliminary title report and sends it to the lender and agents involved — a buyer can get a copy from his/her lender or from the title company and check if there are any preliminary issues. Many purchase agreements include a specific time period for the buyer to bring up any concerns regarding the title, so if there are issues with the title, get the ball rolling on resolutions as soon as possible.


Credit Surprises

For buyers applying for a mortgage loan, maintaining the same level of credit between being approved and the final closing is extremely important for a successful transaction. A person’s credit can be impacted by anything: changing jobs, getting a new credit card, closing a credit card, falling behind on payments, and even adding additional debt through large purchases. Surprises when it comes to a buyer’s credit can be a deal breaker for the lender; to prevent issues, a buyer can contact the lender ahead of closing to discuss any surprises that may have come up and come to a solution. The best way to prevent credit surprises: avoid making large financial decisions prior to closing.

Mortgage Surprises

Credit surprises can impact a mortgage loan, but there are other mortgage surprises that can come up on closing day. In a hot real estate market, lenders can be incredibly busy and inundated with loan applications. Sometimes, a buyer’s loan file can find itself on the bottom of the pile, meaning there may be important items omitted, documents missing, or extra information needed to complete the file on time. For a buyer applying for a mortgage loan, asking the lender what documents will be required ahead of time can save time and prevent headaches on closing day. Buyers can also call or email the lender to make sure they have all the important documents, items, etc. to complete the loan file on time. Before closing, a closing agent will be assigned to the transaction (the closing agent coordinates the final steps of the transaction to make sure all documents and funds are in order and handled correctly) — the buyer can contact the closing agent to make sure the lender has all the needed documents, and if there is still any doubt, copies of all the documents and anything else that may seem important or pertinent to the transaction can be brought to closing.

Remember, your real estate agent is working on your behalf. Keep your agent informed — your agent wants to help you as much as possible, and he or she can be a great resource when you have questions.

Increased Houston Housing Demand

MLS Report for April 2017

HOUSTON (May 10, 2017) Consumers kept the Houston real estate market humming in April, with single-family home sales and pricing experiencing another month of gains and housing inventory reaching the highest level since last August. The strongest growth in sales activity took place among homes priced from $750,000 and above (considered the luxury market), followed by homes in the $250,000 to $499,999 range. For the luxury market, which took the brunt of the energy slump, April marked a sixth consecutive month of rising sales.

A total of 6,583 single-family homes sold in April versus 6,387 a year earlier, according to the latest monthly report produced by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR). That represents a 3.1 percent increase. New listings buoyed inventory levels from a 3.6-months supply to 4.0 months.

“The Houston real estate market had another strong showing in April among sales and rental properties alike, and as we had hoped, inventory levels got a healthy boost, said HAR Chair Cindy Hamann with Heritage Texas Properties.

The latest Texas Workforce Commission employment update states that 13,300 jobs were created throughout greater Houston in March, the most since September 2015, so we remain optimistic about the local economy.”

The single-family home median price (the figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for less) climbed 4.6 percent to $228,000. That marks the highest median price ever for an April. The average price rose 4.7 percent to $291,770, which also represents an April high.

April sales of all property types in Houston totaled 8,014, up 4.2 percent from the same month last year. Total dollar volume for properties sold in April increased 8.1 percent to $2.2 billion.

Monthly Market Comparison

The Houston real estate market saw across-the-board gains in all measurements during the month of April, with single-family home sales, total property sales, total dollar volume, inventory and pricing all up compared to April 2016.

Month-end pending sales for single-family homes totaled 8,381, up 15.0 percent compared to last year. Total active listings, or the total number of available properties, jumped 13.5 percent from April 2016 to 39,567.

Single-family homes inventory grew from a 3.6-months supply to 4.0 months. For perspective, housing inventory across the U.S. also currently stands at a 3.8-months supply, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

Total property sales 7,694 8,014 4.2%
Total dollar volume $2,050,177,042 $2,216,093,233 8.1%
Total active listings 34,855 39,567 13.5%
Single-family home sales 6,387 6,583 3.1%
Single-family average sales price $278,658 $291,770 4.7%
Single-family median sales price $218,000 $228,000 4.6%
Single-family months inventory* 3.6 4.0 0.4 mos.
Single-family pending sales 7,289 8,381 15.0%

* Months inventory estimates the number of months it will take to deplete current active inventory based on the prior 12 months sales activity. This figure is representative of the single-family homes market.

Single-Family Homes Update

Single Family

Single-family home sales totaled 6,583, up 3.1 percent from April 2016, when it was 6,387. The median price rose 4.6 percent to an April high of $228,000. The average price climbed 4.7 percent to $291,770, also a record high for an April.

Days on Market (DOM), or the number of days it took the average home to sell, declined slightly to 55 days versus 56 last year. Inventory rose from a 3.6-months supply to 4.0 months, matching a level not seen since August 2016.

Broken out by housing segment, March sales performed as follows:

  • $1 – $99,999: decreased 34.5 percent
  • $100,000 – $149,999: decreased 11.4 percent
  • $150,000 – $249,999: increased 4.8 percent
  • $250,000 – $499,999: increased 11.3 percent
  • $500,000 – $749,999: increased 3.5 percent
  • $750,000 and above: increased 15.8 percent

Single Family Average Home Price

HAR also breaks out the sales figures for existing single-family homes. Existing home sales totaled 5,507 in April, up 2.4 percent versus the same month last year. The average sales price increased 6.3 percent to $275,103 while the median sales price jumped 7.0 percent to $213,850.

Townhouse/Condominium Update

Townhome and condominium sales were up again in April, with 599 units selling versus 577 a year earlier. That represents an increase of 3.8 percent. The average price declined 0.6 percent to $207,527, while the median price rose 8.5 percent to $171,500. Inventory grew from a 3.5-months supply to 4.1 months.

Townhouse/Condominium Sales

Lease Property Update

The lease market experienced another strong month in April, with solid consumer demand among both single-family and townhome/condominium properties. Single-family home leases jumped 14.6 percent while townhome/condominium leases rose5.9 percent. The average rent for single-family homes declined 4.9 percent to $1,715, while the average rent for townhomes/condominiums dropped 1.1 percent to $1,557.

Houston Real Estate Highlights

  • Single-family home sales rose 3.1 percent year-over-year with 6,583 units sold;
  • Total property sales increased 4.2 percent with 8,014 units sold;
  • Total dollar volume jumped 8.1 percent to $2.2 billion;
  • At $228,000, the single-family home median price rose 4.6 percent to an April high;
  • The single-family home average price climbed 4.7 percent to $291,770, which was also the highest level for an April;
  • Single-family homes months of inventory grew to a 4.0-months supply, the highest level since August 2016;
  • Townhome/condominium sales increased 3.8 percent, with the average price down 0.6 percent to $207,527 and the median price up 8.5 percent to $171,500;
  • Leases of single-family homes soared 14.6 percent with average rent down 4.9 percent to $1,715;
  • Volume of townhome/condominium leases rose 5.9 percent with average rent down 1.1 percent to $1,557.

The computerized Multiple Listing Service of the Houston Association of REALTORS includes residential properties and new homes listed by 36,000 REALTORS throughout Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties, as well as parts of Brazoria, Galveston, Waller and Wharton counties. Residential home sales statistics as well as listing information for more than 50,000 properties may be found on the Internet at

The information published and disseminated to the HAR Multiple Listing Services is communicated verbatim, without change by Multiple Listing Services, as filed by MLS participants.

The MLS does not verify the information provided and disclaims any responsibility for its accuracy. All data is preliminary and subject to change. Monthly sales figures reported since November 1998 includes a statistical estimation to account for late entries. Twelve-month totals may vary from actual end-of-year figures. (Single-family detached homes were broken out separately in monthly figures beginning February 1988.)

Founded in 1918, the Houston Association of REALTORS (HAR) is a 36,000-member organization of real estate professionals engaged in every aspect of the industry, including residential and commercial sales and leasing, appraisal, property management and counseling. It is the largest individual dues-paying membership trade association in Houston as well as the second largest local association/board of REALTORS in the United States.

Houston Housing Market Trends

The Houston housing market kicked off 2016 with a strong month of sales, only about 2 percent off the January record, despite the ongoing effects of strains in the energy industry. Single-family homes priced between $150,000 and $250,000 saw year-over-year sales increase by nearly 9 percent while total property sales remained unchanged.

According to the latest monthly report prepared by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), January single-family home sales were down 2.1 percent versus January 2015 with a total of 4,024 sales compared to 4,109 a year earlier. An increase in new listings helped buoy a growth in inventory from a 2.5-months supply to 3.3 months.

“A lot of folks have nervously anticipated that falling oil prices would have a devastating effect on real estate, but so far, the Houston market has weathered the energy downturn without dramatic shifts in sales and pricing, said HAR Chairman Mario Arriaga with First Group. The most noticeable impact has been declines in the luxury market, but mid-range housing actually saw a healthy sales volume in January and inventory levels grew. HAR will continue to closely monitor the economic climate.”

In the February edition ofThe Economy at a Glance, the Greater Houston Partnership (GHP) reports that 23,200 jobs were added across the Houston metropolitan area in 2015, an increase of less than one percent, according to the Texas Workforce Commission. GHP is forecasting the creation of approximately 22,000 jobs in 2016.

In January, the single-family home average price eked out a fractional 0.3 percent year-over-year increase, reaching $262,663 while the median pricethe figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for lessrose 5.3 percent to $200,000. Both figures represent all-time highs for a January in Houston.

The average price increased a fractional 0.3 percent to $262,663 while the median price rose 5.3 percent year-over-year to $200,000. Both are record highs for a January in Houston. Days on Market (DOM), or the number of days it took the average home to sell, edged up to 61 days versus 57 in 2015.

Broken out by housing segment, January sales performed as follows:

  • $1 – $79,999: decreased 40.6 percent
  • $80,000 – $149,999: decreased 16.2 percent
  • $150,000 – $249,999: increased 8.8 percent
  • $250,000 – $499,999: decreased 1.0 percent
  • $500,000 and above: decreased 9.3 percent

Source: Houston Association of Realtors and Multiple Listing Service Press Release 2/10/2016

Home For Sale Real Estate Sign in Front of Beautiful New House.

Over the last several months, there has been a significant amount of speculation about the role that the declining price of oil will have on the housing market in the Montgomery / Lake Conroe area. As we look at the numbers of homes sold in the area for August 2015, it appears to be having a very limited effect.

There were 254 homes sold in August versus 277 for last month. Part of this decline can be easily attributed to end of summer seasonal pattern where the market is traditionally less active.

The number of homes under contract was 421 down from 451 in July, but still ahead of any other month in the last seven years. Homes for sale in the area totaled 1320, but represented only six months of inventory well under historic highs.

The sale prices with the most activity are the $100,000 to $300,000 ranges with 21% of the sales and homes under contract. Overall, the Lake Conroe/Conroe area real estate market is still performing well and showing the typical seasonal declines as we enter the back to school and end of summer window.

Focusing on the six major subdivisions around Lake Conroe, April Sound continued to excel on the resale market selling 43% of the homes listed for sale and Walden came in second at 37% of listing sold.

Grand Harbor saw 27% of its listings sell and Bentwater saw 16%. April Sound and Walden’s success is largely due to the majority of their homes under contract and sold falling into the in demand $100,000-$300,000 range.

Aug-15 Number of Homes on 8/31/15 Average Days on Market
Subdivision Active Pending Sold % Listings Pending or Sold Active Pending Sold
April Sound 60 31 14 43% 66 49 46
Bentwater 144 14 14 16% 58 84 41
Grand Harbor 32 7 5 27% 91 106 28
Point Aquarius 23 7 6 36% 91 53 76
Walden 132 44 33 37% 102 53 39
Data derived from Houston Association of Realtors and Multiple Listing Service for single family homes.
Subdivision Active Pending Sold
April Sound ?$??? 320,018 ?$????? 222,835 ?$???? 334,348
Bentwater ?$??? 609,418 ?$????? 363,958 ?$???? 462,343
Grand Harbor ?$??? 667,242 ?$????? 488,344 ?$???? 424,257
Point Aquarius ?$??? 273,113 ?$????? 174,987 ?$???? 273,113
Walden ?$??? 332,723 ?$????? 218,750 ?$???? 205,834

The overall days on market declined in most subdivision for active for sale, under contract and sold indicating that the backlog of long term listing has diminished through sale or with drawl. The relatively low days on market for pending and sold listings indicates that well priced and well maintained homes are selling well and quickly.

Overall, the results point to a stable real estate market following historic seasonal trends.

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Market Results for July 2015

Your residence is one of your most critical long term investments. Not only is it a key financial position, but it provides shelter and sense of place summed up in the word – home. It is a place?children grow up, memories are made, friends are entertained and so much more. It is important to you in so many ways more than its sheer value, but in the end most people want to know what their home worth in today’s real estate market.

Each month, we will provide you a snapshot of the Lake Conroe Real Estate Market based on information derived from the Houston Association of Realtors Multiple Listing Service or HAR MLS for those who like acronyms.

Conroe/Lake Conroe Trends

July 2015 was a hot month in the Lake Conroe Real Estate Market. There were 277 homes sold during the month which slightly exceeded Junes result. July was the second highest month on record behind August 2014. The largest segment of homes sold were in the $100,000-$400,000 range at 59% of the total sold. The $400,000 to $600,000 range was an additional 22% of the total sold.

There was an additional 451 homes that were under contract which was down 8.2% from June. Overall, there were 1359 homes listed for sale and awaiting buyers as of the first of August. That was almost 20% below the historic peak number of listings in 2008.

Subdivision Results

We monitor five subdivision for comparative performance. During July, Grand Harbor had the best sales to listing ratio at 44% while properties in April Sound sold faster. Grand Harbor had the highest average listing price at $689, 421 and the highest average selling price at $546,472 on nine properties.

Jul-15 Number of Homes on 7/31/15 Average Days on Market
Subdivision Active Pending Sold % Listings Pending or Sold Active Pending Sold
April Sound 67 26 25 43% 66 49 46
Bentwater 146 23 10 18% 126 95 64
Grand Harbor 31 15 9 44% 87 19 64
Point Aquarius 23 7 6 36% 91 53 76
Walden 131 52 37 40% 99 44 52
Subdivision Active Pending Sold
April Sound $???? ? ? 355,946 $???? ? ? 257,101 $???? ? ? 200,532
Bentwater $???? ? ? 619,228 $???? ? ? 534,440 $???? ? ? 498,606
Grand Harbor $???? ? ? 689,421 $???? ? ? 319,998 $???? ? ? 546,572
Point Aquarius $???? ? ? 273,113 $???? ? ? 174,987 $???? ? ? 273,113
Walden $??????? 325,348 $??????? 206,146 $???????? 198,257

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Posted By: John & Michelle Hoover at Lake Conroe Real Estate