See how the market is doing with our latest Montgomery County Residential Market Update. Click the link above to see a short video outlining the key market trends at the end of the summer. In case you are wondering, it’s been another white hot summer buying season here in Texas. Many buyers who waited have found fewer homes on the market and higher prices, despite mortgage rates creeping upwards after historic lows. If you would like a market video regarding your city or zip code, contact us and we will be glad to provide one.
If you love the water, this is your opportunity. Just listed with CENTURY 21 Realty Partners, this waterfront home could be yours. This home was built to enjoy the lake in style and comfort. The property has over 166 feet of bulkhead and a spacious private dock with a 29 foot boat lift. Construction on this home was only completed in 2009, and was built with ample luxury and space. There are so many classy touches, take for example the travertine floors, coffered wood ceilings in the den, master bathroom walk-in shower, double vanity, a sunroom, granite countertops, cherry wood cabinetry, SS Kitchen-aid appliances, and too many more to list. In addition this home features storage everywhere, a three car garage, and a separate 1440 sq. ft. barn. Plenty of space for jetskis, boats, and all the other fun stuff that goes with living on the water.
If you would like to learn more or schedule a showing contact Patti Beaulier at 281.844.5404.
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According to the Montgomery County Courier, FM 1097 in Willis has been approved to be widened by TxDOT. The estimated $3.2 million dollar project will widen the road between I-45 and Texas Highway 75, significantly improving access and safety. Engineers expect the project to be completed in 18 months after construction starts and will add a much needed turning lane to ease traffic. With rapid growth within the Houston Metro Area, and Montgomery County in particular, many roads and intersections are already operating at or over capacity. One of Montgomery County’s most congested intersections may soon be much better.
Further south on I-45 at State Highway 242 near The Woodlands and Shenandoah, plans have been approved for a $33.9 million dollar project to build flyovers allowing traffic to bypass the traffic lights at the feeder street. This in addition to the dozens of road construction projects throughout Montgomery County in the last decade including the widening of I-45 to at least 3 lanes all the way through the county.
Why all this construction? More residents and businesses are relocating to the area. The Houston Area led the nation in Gross Metropolitan Product growth (the total value of all goods and services […]