Category: Resources

By Boulevard Realty

Our 2018 Real Estate Market Outlook

Live Stream Starts Thursday 2/8 at 10 AM!   Add to Calendar: Apple • Google • Outlook • Outlook.com • Yahoo   Bill Baldwin and Boulevard Realty invite you to share in our fairly sunny outlook for the year ahead. Let’s talk numbers, neighborhoods, and new normals in thinking about residential real estate in Houston. We anticipate the positive real estate headlines we…

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By Boulevard Realty

Let Your Christmas Tree Rediscover Life with Sustainable Tree Recycling

The holidays have officially come and gone, and we hope you had a safe, happy, and healthy end of 2017/start of 2018! Sadly, with this joyful season behind us, it’s time to put away the lights and decorations until the holidays return towards the end of 2018. For many of us, that means taking down…

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By Leslie Sjurseth

8 Ways to Light Up Your Holidays in Houston & Beyond

My path in life has given me the great opportunity to travel all over this globe, meaning I’ve experienced the holidays in a variety of places, but it’s always nice to be back home in Houston for this time of year, even if we don’t typically have the cold, snowy weather that most generally associate…

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By Boulevard Realty

Where to Live Next: Greater East End

This post is part of a series called Where to Live Next in Houston When LOCAL, one of our favorite Houston magazines, looked to broker Bill Baldwin for “Where to Live Next,” a feature on Houston’s hottest truly up-and-coming neighborhoods, we were excited to see what he had to say. For Bill, up-and-coming in Houston…

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By Boulevard Realty

History Repeating: Chime in Again on Heights Design Guidelines Draft

This post is part of a series called Rediscovering Historic Heights This is not a drill! This Friday marks the end of Phase 3 of the quest for design guidelines in Houston Heights and other historic districts. Watch the video from the second and final community meeting that took place last month, read our first…

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By Susan Ripley Hilliard

Rediscovering Historic Houston: The Nascency of Shadyside Part 2

This post is part of a series called Rediscovering Historic Houston Susan Ripley Hilliard has always been fascinated by history. As a little girl she lived in Nashville, TN, Charlotte, NC, El Paso, TX, Washington, NC, New Orleans, LA, and Oklahoma City, OK, as her father was transferred many times, working as an engineer with…

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By Susan Ripley Hilliard

Rediscovering Historic Houston: The Nascency of Shadyside Part 1

This post is part of a series called Rediscovering Historic Houston Susan Ripley Hilliard has always been fascinated by history. As a little girl she lived in Nashville, TN, Charlotte, NC, El Paso, TX, Washington, NC, New Orleans, LA, and Oklahoma City, OK, as her father was transferred many times, working as an engineer with…

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