Hurricane season is fast approaching

Some people think only coastal towns are at risk to the destruction of a hurricane, but that could not be further from the truth. Attached are some Helpful Hurricane Tips to help keep you and your family safe during this storm season.

The Woodlands 6th best city 2017… No surprise here.

Want a great place to call home? Come try The Woodlands, there is so much to experience… I promise you won’t be disappointed.

http://www.chron.com/neighborhood/woodlands/news/article/The-Woodlands-ranked-as-the-6th-best-city-to-live-11083292.php

Real Estate Is Looking Up

200 Calories… Hmmmm

Have you ever wondered what equal calories look like in different foods? Pizza vs broccoli or eggs vs oatmeal… I think we all have a pretty good idea that eating healthy is so much better for us, but sometimes we just can’t “see” it. Attached is a pretty cool video that allows you to actually see the diffence in serving sizes… Hope this helps someone, enjoy! http://vod.io/tknYb/

Looking for love?

If you are “looking” for love you may find this article a bit interesting. Starting over at 40 something has had its challenges… many ups & downs.  It took me a long 2 years to find myself again, but I can say it has been worth the fight.  I believe being happy with yourself, the relationships around you, and being as healthy as you can mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally will draw in the right one for you… no need to search, He is in control.

How to Find the Love of Your Life – Christian Dating, Singles.

Flood Insurance Bill Passed by Senate

The United States Senate overwhelmingly passed the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act on January 30, 2014. “Working toward getting this legislation which calls for a 4-year timeout on rate increases has been a priority for Louisiana REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR)” said Norman Morris, Senior VP of Governmental Affairs for Louisiana REALTORS®. Expert testimony was provided by NAR suggesting that many of these increases are excessive and inaccurate. The bill also creates a flood insurance advocate within the Federal Emergency Management Act (FEMA) to investigate home owner complaints of multiple different or excessive rate quotes.

The Senate vote (67 – 32) sends the measure to the House of Representatives. REALTOR® efforts will be focused on persuading the House leadership to bring a similar bill up for a floor vote at the earliest opportunity.

Information provided by Louisiana REALTORS®

Rising Home Sales… Sellers Market?

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