Cy-Fair real estate market continues to defy ongoing Houston oil woes


Boardwalk draws business to Towne Lake

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Towne Lake Boardwalk drawing businesses

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Realtors: Home sales still healthy

Even as the economy tightens, Cy-Fair real estate professionals still upbeat

Falling oil prices may have affected the housing market throughout Houston, but Realtors in the Cy-Fair area say homeowners are not slashing prices yet.  Read More...


Cy-Fair less expensive than some areas

Buyers were prepared for the red hot real estate market, and they decided to compromise on what they wanted in a home

Andy Restivo chalks it all up to good luck.  Read More...


Cy-Fair buyers, sellers: Be aware of trends

Realtors can help people navigate pocket listings

House-hunters looking to call Cypress home are not alone - nor are investors looking to take advantage of today's hot real estate market.  Read More...


Cy-Fair area still is seller's market

Easier commutes, quality schools, unique communities draw buyers; home developers hard at work

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The best places to live right now.

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County expects growth spurt to continue

Cypress booms as country’s other suburbs remain stagnant

By Marie Leonard  |  Volume 3, Issue 9  |  May 18–June 14, 2012

More than 75 percent of the growth in Harris County took place in unincorporated areas between 2000 and 2010, according to a 2011 Harris County population study. By 2018, the population in unincorporated areas is expected to rise to more than two million, which would surpass the city of Houston. “I think [the growth] is a good combination of the schools, the option of master-planned communities with lots of amenities and the value for what you’re purchasing here for a house,” said Jim Mulholland, owner of Mulholland Realty. “In places like Katy, The Woodlands and Sugar Land, home prices are a lot higher. Cypress gives you the best of those three worlds.”  Read More...