Congratulations Jodie Collins aka Queen Bee 2016 Top Real Estate Producer

2016 Top Real Estate Producer Keller Williams Professionals

Jodie Collins, aka Queen Bee, was awarded a 2016 Top Producer Award from Keller Williams Professionals. This means that she was in the TOP TWENTY PERCENT of all the Keller Williams Professionals agents which is 350 plus agents.

2016 was a strong year for Jodie and the QBee Team and the momentum appears to be growing for 2017! Let us show you why our clients love the fact that they work directly with Jodie throughout the entire real estate process.

Our clients are not just numbers to us, but become part of the QBee Family!

2016 Top Real Estate Producer

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HAR MLS Report for December and Full-Year 2016

HAR MLS Report for December and Full-Year 2016

HOUSTON HOME SALES ACHIEVE RECORD VOLUME IN 2016

Houston real estate conquers energy slump to complete its strongest year ever

HOUSTON (January 11, 2017) Despite the slowdown that economists predicted as falling oil prices and resulting energy industry layoffs carried over from 2015, the Houston housing market held steady throughout 2016 and gained momentum in the final months of the year to set a new record for home sales. Homes priced at $500,000 and up, which experienced declining sales from August 2015 through October 2016 as a result of the energy slump, achieved an impressive turnaround with double-digit sales increases in November and December.

Full-year 2016 single family home sales totaled 76,449, according to the latest report produced by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR). That represents an increase of 3.0 percent from 2015 and is 1.3 percent above the previous record of 75,470 homes sold in 2014. Total dollar volume for properties sold in 2016 rose 4.2 percent to $24.5 billion.

To the delight of home buyers, inventory levels grew during the first half of 2016, peaking at a 4.0-months supply in July. However, with the increased pace of home sales, inventory levels retreated, ending the year exactly where they began – at a 3.3-months supply.

“We could not be happier with the Houston housing market’s 2016 performance,” said HAR Chair Cindy Hamann with Heritage Texas Properties. “The year began on a cautionary note because of energy-related layoffs that did affect our higher-priced housing. But what we saw by the end of 2016 is the reflection of a truly diversified Houston economy that continues to benefit from hiring in other industries and a steady influx of consumers from markets across the country and around the world.”

December single-family home sales rose 5.3 percent to 6,628 versus December 2015. As with the luxury market, homes priced between $150,000 and $500,000 enjoyed double-digit year-over-year sales gains in December. Total property sales for the month climbed 5.1 percent to 7,868.

The single-family home median price (the figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for less) rose 2.7 percent to $225,903 That marks the highest median price ever for a December. The average price increased 4.3 percent to $294,512, which also represents a December high.

 

2016 Annual Market Comparison

When 2015 segued to 2016, home sales had been on the decline as plummeting oil prices and energy layoffs sparked jitters throughout the Houston economy. But the housing market demonstrated resiliency, with sales up during all but three months of 2016. By the end of December, a record 76,449 single-family homes had sold. That represents an increase of 3.0 percent from 2015 and is up 1.3 percent from the previous record of 75,470 home sales set in 2014.

On a year-to-date basis, the average price rose 1.1 percent to $283,133 while the median price increased 4.5 percent to $221,500. Total dollar volume for full-year 2016 rose 4.2 percent to $24.5 billion

The greatest one-month sales volume of 2016 was recorded in August, with 7,920 single-family home sold. By contrast, the lightest one-month sales volume took place in January with 4,011 sales.

Months inventory began the year at a 3.3-months supply, and while it grew to a 4.0-months supply over the summer, it ended 2016 back at a 3.3-months supply. Months of inventory estimates the number of months it will take to deplete current active inventory based on the prior 12 months sales activity.

CATEGORIES FULL-YEAR 2015 FULL-YEAR 2016 CHANGE
Single-family home sales 74,174 76,449 3.0%
Total property sales 89,296 91,520 2.2%
Total dollar volume $23,559,111,514 $24,546,840,733 4.2%
Single-family average sales price $280,290 $283,133 1.1%
Single-family median sales price $212,000 $221,000 4.5%

* 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.

 

December Monthly Market Comparison

The Houston housing market recorded across-the-board gains in December, with single-family home sales, total property sales, total dollar volume and pricing all up compared to December 2015.

Month-end pending sales for single-family homes totaled 4,746, an increase of 11.7 percent compared to last year. Total active listings, or the total number of available properties, rose 7.1 percent from December 2015 to 33,802.

Single-family homes inventory grew fractionally from a 3.2-months supply to 3.3 months. For perspective, housing inventory across the U.S. currently stands at a 4.0-months supply, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

CATEGORIES DECEMBER 2015 DECEMBER 2016 CHANGE
Total property sales 7,483 7,868 5.1%
Total dollar volume $2,011,469,375 $2,214,420,498 10.1%
Total active listings 31,550 33,802 7.1%
Total pending sales 6,297 6,628 5.3%
Single-family home sales $282,246 $294,512 4.3%
Single-family average sales price $219,900 $225,903 2.7%
Single-family months inventory* 3.2 3.3 0.1 mos.
Single-family pending sales** 4,250 4,746 11.7%

* 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.
** Effective May 2015, in an effort to be consistent with industry standards, the Houston MLS is now including all categories of pending sales in its reporting. Previously, the Houston MLS did not include “option pending” and “pending continue to show” listings in its reporting of pending sales. The new methodology is now all-inclusive for listings that went under contract during the month.

 

Single-Family Homes Update

 

Single Family

Single-family home sales totaled 6,628, up 5.3 percent from December 2015. The median price rose 2.7 percent to a December high of $225,903. The average price climbed 4.3 percent to $294,512, also a record high for a December. Days on Market (DOM), or the number of days it took the average home to sell, edged up to 62 days versus 60 last year.

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

 

  • $1 – $79,999: decreased 16.6 percent
  • $80,000 – $149,999: decreased 8.0 percent
  • $150,000 – $249,999: increased 19.5 percent
  • $250,000 – $499,999: increased 17.5 percent
  • $500,000 and above: increased 22.7 percent

 

Single Family Average Home Price

 

HAR also breaks out the sales figures for existing single-family homes. Existing home sales totaled 5,345 in December, up 6.4 percent versus the same month last year. The average sales price rose 5.4 percent to $270,731 while the median sales price jumped 7.2 percent to $209,000.

Townhouse/Condominium Update

Townhome and condominium sales declined 8.1 in December, with 531 units selling versus 578 a year earlier. The average price rose 3.7 percent to $208,905, while the median price increased 5.8 percent to $169,250. Inventory expanded from a 2.9-months supply to 3.4 months.

Townhouse/Condominium Sales

 

Lease Property Update

The lease market had a strong December. Single-family home leases rose 5.2 percent and townhome/condominium leases jumped 9.5 percent. The average rent for single-family homes dropped slightly to $1,690, while the average rent for townhomes/condominiums edged up to $1,497.

Houston Real Estate Highlights for December and Full-Year 2016
  • 2016 was a record year for Houston home sales with 76,449 single-family homes sold versus 74,174 in 2015. That represents an increase of 3.0 percent. It is also 1.3 percent above the previous record sales volume of 75,470 set in 2014;
  • Total dollar volume for 2016 rose 4.2 percent to $24.5 billion;
  • December single-family home sales climbed 5.3 percent with 6,628 units sold;
  • Total December property sales increased 5.1 percent to 7,868 units;
  • Total dollar volume for December increased 10.1 percent to $2.2 billion;
  • At $225,903, the single-family home median price rose 2.7 percent to a December high;
  • The single-family home average price increased 4.3 percent to $294,512, which was also the highest level for a December;
  • Single-family homes months of inventory edged up to a 3.3-months supply;
  • Townhome/condominium sales fell 8.1 percent, with the average price up 3.7 percent to $208,905 and the median price up 5.8 percent to $169,250;
  • Leases of single-family homes rose 5.2 percent with average rent down slightly to $1,690;
  • Leases of townhomes/condominiums climbed 9.5 percent with average rent up slightly to $1,497.
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 http://www.har.com.

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.

KW January 2017 Real Estate Market Update

KW January 2017 Real Estate Market Update

Happy New Year! The Real Estate Market is moving in a positive direction for the start of 2017.

KW’s THIS MONTH IN REAL ESTATE

January 2017
HOME SALES
Home sales increased year-over-year.
5.61 MILLION
Seasonally adjusted annual rate of U.S. home sales
+15.4% since one year ago
+0.7%since last month
HOME PRICE
Home prices have continued to increase year-over-year.
$234,900
Average
U.S. home price.
+6.8%since one year ago
+0.3%since last month
MORTGAGE RATES
Mortage rates remain well below the historic average.
30 year fixed: 4.30%
15 year fixed: 3.52%
5/1-year arm: 3.32%
Historical Average: 8.90%
Source: Freddie Mac
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New Year New Home 2017

New Year New Home 2017

It is now 2017. Happy New Year! 2016 was extremely busy for the QBee Team, and with all of our happy customers, it shows!

If you are considering purchasing or selling your home this year, contact us today and we can work with you to find that just right home, get the most for your current home, or even both!

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HAR MLS Press Release December 2016

HAR MLS Press Release December 2016

Last one of the year. Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and have a Great New Year! 2016 has been a busy year for the QBee Team, and the December Real Estate market is closing strong.

MLS Report for November 2016
HOUSTON HOME SALES SURGE IN NOVEMBER

Luxury market enjoys its first sales increase in over a year

HOUSTON (December 14, 2016) The Houston housing market registered healthy gains in November thanks to more plentiful inventory, with single-family home sales surging nearly 23 percent compared to one year earlier when oil jitters sent sales tumbling. Sales among luxury homes (priced at $500,000 and above) —the segment most constrained by the ailing energy industry— leapt almost 33 percent. That represents the first increase that segment has seen since August 2015. For perspective, the increases place the market about 10 percent ahead of 2014 sales volumes.

Homes priced between $150,000 and $500,000 enjoyed continued strong homebuyer demand. In addition, both median and average price reached record highs for a November.

According to the latest monthly report prepared by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), a total of 5,706 single-family homes sold in November compared to 4,651 a year earlier. On a year-to-date basis, home sales are up 2.7 percent compared to this point in 2015. Inventory levels grew slightly from a 3.4-months supply to 3.6 months.

“It looks like the Houston real estate market is sprinting toward the 2016 finish line, based on the solid numbers in November’s report,” said HAR Chairman Mario Arriaga with First Group. “The market has shown tremendous resilience throughout the year in the midst of a struggling energy sector, and we are especially encouraged by the strong sales volume that the luxury home segment registered last month.”

The single-family home median price (the figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for less) rose 8.3 percent to $222,000 That marks the highest median price ever for a November. The average price increased 7.2 percent to $281,671, which also represents a November high.

November sales of all property types in Houston totaled 6,890, up 21.4 percent from the same month last year. Total dollar volume for properties sold in November shot up 28.7 percent to $1.8 billion.

November Monthly Market Comparison

The Houston housing market saw across-the-board gains in November, with single-family home sales, total property sales, total dollar volume and pricing all up compared to November 2015.

Month-end pending sales for single-family homes totaled 5,799, an increase of 15.5 percent compared to last year. Total active listings, or the total number of available properties, rose 8.6 percent from November 2015 to 36,151.

Single-family homes inventory grew from a 3.4-months supply to 3.6 months. For perspective, housing inventory across the U.S. currently stands at a 4.3-months supply, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

CATEGORIES NOVEMBER 2015 NOVEMBER 2016 CHANGE
Total property sales 5,676 6,890 21.4%
Total dollar volume $1,420,028,031 $1,827,990,565 28.7%
Total active listings 33,298 36,151 8.6%
Single-family home sales 4,651 5,706 22.7%
Single-family average sales price $262,811 $281,671 7.2%
Single-family median sales price $205,000 $222,000 8.3%
Single-family months inventory* 3.4 3.6 0.2 mos.
Single-family pending sales 5,019 5,799 15.5%

* 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 5,706, up 22.7 percent from November 2015. That is the greatest year-over-year sales volume increase for a single month since July 2013. The median price rose 8.3 percent to a November high of $222,000. The average price climbed 7.2 percent to $281,671, also a record high for a November. Days on Market (DOM), or the number of days it took the average home to sell, edged up to 57 days versus 55 last year.

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

  • $1 – $79,999: decreased 19.8 percent
  • $80,000 – $149,999: decreased 7.2 percent
  • $150,000 – $249,999: increased 29.1 percent
  • $250,000 – $499,999: increased 47.4 percent
  • $500,000 and above: increased 32.5 percent
Single Family Average Home Price

HAR also breaks out the sales figures for existing single-family homes. Existing home sales totaled 4,741 in November, up 23.3 percent versus the same month last year. The average sales price rose 9.6 percent to $264,563 while the median sales price jumped 10.8 percent to $205,000.

Townhouse/Condominium Update

Townhome and condominium sales were also up in November, with 502 units selling in versus 438 a year earlier. That represents a 14.6 percent increase. The average price rose 12.6 percent to $208,388, while the median price surged 22.0 percent to $163,000. Inventory expanded from a 3.1-months supply to 3.7 months.

Townhouse/Condominium Sales
Lease Property Update

The lease market had a mixed performance in November. Single-family home leases rose 3.2 percent, while townhome/condominium leases declined 2.4 percent. The average rent for single-family homes was up 1.0 percent to $1,724, while the average rent for townhomes/condominiums was down 2.6 percent to $1,498.

Houston Real Estate Highlights in November
  • Single-family home sales soared 22.7 percent with 5,706 units sold—representing the greatest year-over-year sales volume increase for a single month since July 2013;
  • On a year-to-date basis, single-family home sales were up 2.7 percent;
  • Total property sales jumped 21.4 percent to 6,890 units;
  • Total dollar volume increased 28.7 percent to $1.8 billion;
  • At $222,000, the single-family home median price rose 8.3 percent to a November high;
  • The single-family home average price increased 7.2 percent to $281,671, which was also the highest level for a November;
  • Single-family homes months of inventory climbed to a 3.6-months supply;
  • Townhome/condominium sales increased 14.6 percent, with the average price up 12.6 percent to $208,388 and the median price up 22.0 percent to $163,000;
  • Leases of single-family homes rose 3.2 percent with average rent up slightly to $1,724;
  • Leases of townhomes/condominiums fell 2.4 percent with average rent down 2.6 percent to $1,498.
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 http://www.har.com.

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.

Are the Holidays a good time to sell your home

Are the Holidays a good time to sell your home?

Absolutely the Holidays are a great time to sell your home! Over the years the QBee team has posted several reasons why the Holidays are a good time to put your home on the market, along with recommendations for success, and safety tips.

Here are just a few of those posts:

  1. Tips for Selling Your Home During the Holidays
  2. Sell your home during holidays without hassle
  3. Keller Williams Holiday Home Safety Tips
  4. Sell Your Home During Holidays

And always, if you have any questions or concerns about if putting your home on the market is a good idea or not, please contact me, Jodie Collins, AKA Queen Been, at JodieCollins@KW.com, or call me at 832.606.4615.

Have a great Real Estate Holiday Season!

The Holidays a good time to sell your home

Happy Thanksgiving 2016 from Queen Bee and the QBee Team!

Happy Thanksgiving 2016 from Queen Bee and the QBee Team!

Happy Thanksgiving 2016 from Queen Bee and the QBee Team
Thanksgiving is a time for family, joy and gratitude. I’m thankful for helping my clients achieve the dream of home ownership. Just consider these great benefits homeowners can be thankful for:

  1. Tax Deductions
  2. Equity
  3. Stability
  4. Appreciation of Value
  5. Increased Borrowing Power
  6. More Financial Freedom
As you enjoy this holiday season, may your heart be filled with gratitude. From my home to yours, HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

HAR Real Estate Update November 2016

HAR Real Estate Update November 2016

MLS Report for October 2016
THE HOUSTON REAL ESTATE MARKET ENTERS AUTUMN ON STEADY FOOTING

Home sales volume keeps pace with 2015 while pricing achieves October highs

HOUSTON (November 9, 2016) Despite continued strains within the energy industry and jitters surrounding the outcome of the presidential election, the Houston housing market held steady for a second straight month. Home sales in October were statistically unchanged compared to October 2015. Homes priced between $150,000 and $500,000 experienced positive sales volume while the market’s high and low ends saw declines, mirroring September’s trends. Both median and average price reached record highs for an October.

According to the latest monthly report prepared by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), a total of 5,916 single-family homes sold in October compared to 5,893 a year earlier. On a year-to-date basis, home sales are up 1.2 percent compared to this point in 2015. Inventory levels grew slightly from a 3.5-months supply to 3.8 months.

“The Houston housing market continues to demonstrate its strength by holding steady in the midst of a weakened energy sector and uncertainty about the presidential election,” said HAR Chairman Mario Arriaga with First Group. “Even without those influences, autumn traditionally marks a period of slower sales, so we are extremely pleased to see the market keeping pace with last year’s record levels.”

The single-family home median price—the figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for less—rose 6.3 percent to $218,000 That marks the highest median price ever for an October. The average price increased 2.2 percent to $277,904, which also represents an October high.

October sales of all property types in Houston totaled 7,120, up a fractional 0.7 percent from the same month last year. Total dollar volume for properties sold in October rose 1.4 percent to $1.9 billion.

October Monthly Market Comparison

Houston’s monthly housing market indicators yielded positive readings compared to October 2015. On a year-over-year basis, single-family homes sales were statistically unchanged, total property sales rose fractionally, total dollar volume grew, and both the median and average home prices climbed to record October highs.

Month-end pending sales for single-family homes totaled 6,589, an increase of 16.4 percent compared to last year. Total active listings, or the total number of available properties rose 9.2 percent from October 2015 to 37,111.

Single-family homes inventory edged up from a 3.5-months supply to 3.8 months. For perspective, housing inventory across the U.S. currently stands at a 4.5-months supply, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

CATEGORIES OCTOBER 2015 OCTOBER 2016 CHANGE
Total property sales 7,071 7,120 0.7%
Total dollar volume $1,837,260,865 $1,863,107,351 1.4%
Total active listings 33,993 37,111 9.2%
Single-family home sales 5,893 5,916 0.4%
Single-family average sales price $271,964 $277,904 2.2%
Single-family median sales price $205,000 $218,000 6.3%
Single-family months inventory* 3.5 3.8 0.3 mos.
Single-family pending sales 5,660 6,589 16.4%

* 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 5,916, up 0.4 percent (considered statistically flat) from October 2015. The median price rose 6.3 percent to an October high of $218,000. The average price climbed 2.2 percent to $277,904, also a record high for an October. Days on Market (DOM), or the number of days it took the average home to sell, edged up to 55 days versus 53 last year.

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

  • $1 – $79,999: decreased 24.7 percent
  • $80,000 – $149,999: decreased 23.7 percent
  • $150,000 – $249,999: increased 12.0 percent
  • $250,000 – $499,999: increased 9.5 percent
  • $500,000 and above: decreased 2.0 percent
Single Family Average Home Price

HAR also breaks out the sales figures for existing single-family homes. Existing home sales totaled 4,963 in October, down 1.4 percent versus the same month last year. The average sales price rose 2.6 percent to $259,534 while the median sales price increased 7.7 percent to $202,800.

Townhouse/Condominium Update

Townhome and condominium sales were flat in October, with 517 units selling in versus 515 a year earlier. The average price was unchanged at $197,558, while the median price jumped 4.7 percent to $157,000. Inventory grew from a 3.3-months supply to 3.7 months.

Townhouse/Condominium Sales
Lease Property Update

TThe lease market cooled in October. Single-family home leases declined 1.0 percent, while townhome/condominium leases dropped 2.3 percent. The average rent for single-family homes was up 1.2 percent to $1,728, while the average rent for townhomes/condominiums was down 2.1 percent to $1,488.

Houston Real Estate Highlights in October
  • Single-family home sales were statistically unchanged with 5,916 units sold;
  • On a year-to-date basis, single-family home sales were up 1.2 percent;
  • Total property sales rose 0.7 percent to 7,120 units;
  • Total dollar volume increased 1.4 percent to $1.9 billion;
  • At $218,000, the single-family home median price rose 6.3 percent to an October high;
  • The single-family home average price increased 2.2 percent to $277,904, which was also the highest level for an October;
  • Single-family homes months of inventory climbed to a 3.8-months supply;
  • Townhome/condominium sales were flat, with the average price unchanged at $197,558 and the median price up 4.7 percent to $157,000;
  • Leases of single-family homes declined 1.0 percent with average rent down slightly to $1,728;
  • Leases of townhomes/condominiums fell 2.3 percent with average rent down 2.1 percent to $1,488.
The computerized Multiple Listing Service of the Houston Association of REALTORS® includes residential properties and new homes listed by 32,000 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 http://www.har.com.

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 32,000-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.

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