By now, many flooded homeowners are on the road to recovery and are starting the rebuilding stage in their homes. As a flooded homeowner myself, I understand many of the concerns and obstacles ahead for all of us, so I would like to share some of my insight on how we can rebuild our homes and not only regain the lost values, but also increase the values of our homes and neighborhoods.
As the Broker/Owner of Energy Realty, I have the advantage of seeing the changes in construction and remodeling on a daily basis as I tour both new and old construction homes on the market. In this newsletter, I have included articles to make our homes more modern and appealing as we rebuild our homes, but I will try to highlight some of the elements that I think are more critical:
We have a long path ahead of us, and the floods were devastating to so many. I am confident that we can see the bright side of the damage caused by Harvey and rebuild our neighborhoods to be better than ever! I have a team of experienced agent on hand to sit with you and offer guidance on rebuilding, or I am happy to share the names of contractors, designers, and builders. Harvey Knocked Us Down, but We Will Rebuild Together!
As temperatures soar in Houston, so do our utility bills. When I was a child, my grandfather was conscientious about wasting energy and constantly reminded
We are approaching the one year anniversary when Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston, and I am sure that what is foremost in most people’s minds, is
Kids are back in school, and routines are back to normal as we head into September. While parents are probably relieved that their kids are back on a normal schedule, we all have to deal with increased traffic and longer commute times again. We are also breathing a sigh of
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