New Caney Real Estate News
Real Estate news for New Caney, TX continually updated from thousands of sources.
Sep 26, 2014 | via Chron
John Daugherty Realtors' Juanita King just returned from her annual Mediterranean summer escape refreshed and ready to resume the American way of business. She owns a home on the Italian island of Sardinia and visited Cannes and Monte Carlo this year. Comment?
Aug 29, 2014 | via Chron
RE/MAX The Woodlands and Spring announces Realtor Vicki Fullerton has been elected the 2015 secretary/treasurer of the Texas Association of Realtors . Comment?
Aug 29, 2014 | via Business Journal
Growth in The Woodlands-area has been so rapid that it's straining Montgomery County's ability to provide services to residents. Comment?
Aug 8, 2014 | via Chron
Grand Parkway is edging closer to completion, from Texas 249 to I-45, which will make a positive impact on northwest Harris County, an area that has seen tremendous growth. Comment?
Jul 23, 2014 | via Houston Chronicle
Sales in the Harmony community in Spring more than doubled in the first half of the year driven by buyers relocating here for jobs as well as those moving within Montgomery County. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Dallas Morning News
Toyota's decision to move its North American headquarters to Plano exemplified a real estate boom that also includes soaring home values and surging construction. Unlike the fraud-fueled 1980s boom, this one is built on strong population and job growth. Comment?
3 hrs ago | via Dallas Morning News
In a recent report, analysts at Fitch Ratings said Texas homes are the most overpriced in the country, and falling oil prices could send them tumbling. According to Fitch, Texas abodes are 11 percent overvalued, thanks to homes in D-FW, Houston, San Antonio and Austin rising at a 20 percent-plus pace since 2011. Comment?
Wednesday | via The Arizona Republic
Phoenix area homes have Texas-sized overvaluation, study days Phoenix-area homes are among the nation's most overpriced, according to a report by Fitch Ratings. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/16Rg275 Homes in the Phoenix metro area are 16 percent overvalued, estimates credit-researcher Fitch Ratings in a report that offers an unusually somber view of the Valley's housing market. Comment?
Tuesday Dec 23 | via Realtor Magazine
Two states known as having some of the hottest housing markets in the country are at the biggest risk of becoming overvalued, mostly due to falling energy prices, argues a new report from Fitch Ratings, one of the nation's top financial ratings firms. Texas and California's housing markets have been making big gains in recent years, but the gains may be unsustainable, Fitch analysts argue. Comment?
Monday Dec 22 | via Dallas Morning News
Fitch Ratings warns that Texas has the most overvalued home prices in the country and that a correction could be coming because of falling oil prices. But local analysts disagree. Comment?
5 min ago | via Illawarra Mercury
Imagine a house with no fixed address and the ability to live debt-free, with utility bills as low as $10 a month. Imagine a house with no fixed address and the ability to live debt-free, with utility bills as low as $10 a month. Comment?
17 min ago | via Monster.com
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25 min ago | via American Reporter
Those who thought that last week's government bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would stabilize the financial markets got a wakeup call this week. Lehman Brothers, the fourth-largest U.S. investment bank, succumbed to the subprime mortgage crisis it helped create with the biggest bankruptcy filing in history. Comment?
26 min ago | via American Reporter
After President Bush, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke pressured congressional leaders to approve a $700 billion bailout of the financial markets as soon as possible to prevent a global economic panic, lo and behold, we still ended up with a global panic. Perhaps it eased a bit with Monday's 936-point gain, but that remains to be seen. Comment?
26 min ago | via American Reporter
Take this guy: His wife works at McDonald's, pulling down $180 a week on $7.50 an hour, and he makes a solid $15 an hour and brings home $600 a week before taxes. That $2,960 is enough to let them borrow plenty - on a home mortgage, on an F-150, a boat trailer and a snappy-looking outboard, for a family vacation with her parents, for athletic gear and special training for the older two kids. Comment?
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