Posted on · Episode: 2739 Evolution of the Hall from Anglo-Saxon times to the present. Today, a room without a view.
Posted on · The nationwide trend is also happening in Houston.
Posted on · Losing a home to a flood is devastating. Does renting make more sense for homeowners in Houston who keep getting flooded?
Posted on · The deadline to protest your appraised home value is Tuesday
Posted on · Across Houston, thousands of people are receiving letters saying their homes are so damaged that they must elevate them to meet current floodplain regulations. But the cost is out of reach for many families.
Posted on · The City of Houston and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development have reached an agreement to resolve HUD's finding that the City's housing policies violated the Civil Rights Act.
Posted on · We learn how Harvey's storm recovery impact this year’s home buying season.
Posted on · Houston realtors expect to divide houses post-Harvey on the market into two categories: those that flooded and those that didn't.
Posted on · Houston’s shelter population is shrinking but many victims of Tropical Storm Harvey still have no home.
Posted on · Five stories that have North Texas talking: Texas is building thousands of new homes; an SMU grad is interim White House communications director; three...
Posted on · Home prices rose by 43 percent between 2011 and 2016.
Posted on · What neighborhoods are seeing more or fewer apartments for rent and houses for sale or lease? Paul Takahashi from the Houston Business Journal joins Houston Matters to answer that and other questions.
Posted on · A new report shows millennials want to buy homes – but are putting it off for a few years.
Posted on · (Above: Houston Heights Tower was built in 1975 on W. 19th Street. Photo: Susan Farb Morris) A senior housing project in the Houston Heights recently completed a $12 million renovation. The history of Houston Heights Tower goes back to the mid-1970s, and itâs one of several housing facilities under the oversight of the Housing Corporation […]
Posted on · From postcards to posters, artist, Dalia Rihani, illustrates her appreciation for homes in the Heights.