Ron is the Broker/Owner of his own Houston real estate firm. Whether you’re buying or selling property in the Houston real estate market, you must to have confidence in your Real Estate Agent. Ron will give you with the specialized, professional real estate service you deserve. As an informed buyer or seller, you’ll make the good decisions for the most important purchase or sale in your lifetime. Ron will help you get there by keeping you informed on trends in the Houston marketplace, with up-to-date statistics for your local area.
Real Estate News With a Gay Slant
Bill was born and grew up in Orange Grove (near Corpus Christi), Texas, and lived in the state for most of his life, before he moved to Las Vegas in 1985. He has watched the Las Vegas area population grow from less than 400,000 people to more than 2 million. Bill promises to work diligently to help you buy or sell a home in the Las Vegas area real estate market. If you’re selling a home in Vegas, he’ll help you make sure you get the highest price for your property, and if you’re buying a Las Vegas home, he’ll help you find the dream home you’ve always wanted.
I have one simple rule that I live by: to treat you as I’d want to be treated. That means I listen to your needs and wants, I respond to your request quickly, and I am always ethical and honest. If you want someone who will always greet you with a smile, who will have your best interest at heart, and who is arguably the hardest working lesbian real estate agent in Western North Carolina, then I’m your woman. Southern born, I moved to New York City for 11 years before coming to the Asheville real estate market over 5 years ago. That means I’ve worked with people from all walks of life and can handle about anything and anyone, as a true New Yorker has too. But, I always try doing it with the grace and charm of a native southerner.
I will be your guide through the often confusing and difficult real estate sales/purchase process. Your goals are my only focus and I have the tools and experience to make your transaction a smooth one.
I have been in real estate for over 25 years and have been focusing on residential real estate for buyers, sellers and investors for over four years now in South Florida (originally from Washington, DC, and NY). I am one of the top producing agents at Keller Williams and also sit on the Agent Leadership Council.
Is Rent Out of Reach? Study Shows How 11 US Cities Stack Up (Dallas News)
Renters are on the rise in America’s biggest cities, but many tenants are scrambling to keep up with growing rent bills and shrinking vacancies, according to a recent study.
The 10 Worst Markets in America to Buy a Home Right Now (The Cheat Sheet)
Buyers and sellers in the real estate market are quickly finding out that homes are truly worth whatever someone is willing to pay for them. By the time closing papers are signed, homes can sell for above, below, or equal to estimated market value.
AROUND THE GAYBORHOOD
Nepal Police Stop Landlord Evicting Gay and Transgender Tenants (Gay Star News)
Nepalese Police have stepped in to stop the forced eviction of a group of LGBTI tenants by their landlord who had padlocked their rooms shut.
Toronto, Vancouver See Rental Renaissance (YorkRegion.com)
With the appetite for condos beginning to wane and sky-high home prices leaving home ownership out of reach for many, developers and institutional investors in Toronto and Vancouver are increasingly setting their sights on rental units.
Mission District Luxury Condo Moratorium Rejected (San Diego Source)
San Francisco Supervisors rejected a plan late Tuesday night to temporarily block construction of luxury condos in the city’s Mission District.
San Francisco Rents Hit the Stratosphere (Seattle PI)
According to Zillow, the new median rent in San Francisco is $4,225 a month.
King County Median Home Price Up 9% in a Year (Seattle Times)
Jeff is an Architectural Specialist at HOM Sotheby’s International Realty and will lead you through the array of incredible choices in desert properties in the Palm Springs real estate market. Jeff treats your home purchase and transaction as diligently as if it is his own. He is an expert negotiator and has over 25 years of home remodeling, property rehabilitation, property investment, property management and vacation management experience.
I know you get a lot of mixed messages from Real Estate Agents – especially when search online. My purpose is to provide more insight into myself and our team… beyond what you may see on a shopping cart, note pad or newspaper ad. I am a local Orange County Real Estate Agent with Seven Gables Real Estate and I’d like you to consider me your “go to” guy for professional real estate services.
I have lived in North Carolina all my life and love every square mile. I am a Realtor based in Wilmington covering New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender counties and delighted clients are my passion and why I do what I do as a Realtor. This area of the state has homes in every price range and finding one for you would be my pleasure. I keep my clients informed in every step of the process and take the time to educate and guide you through the entire process until your house is sold or until you find just the right one.
We’re going to start bringing you interesting real estate articles, LGBT and otherwise, in a regular travel round-up. Enjoy!
25 Cities for Good Pay and Good Housing (Washington Post)
Don’t move to New York if you’re looking for work. The city isn’t on a new list of good places to find jobs compiled by the employment Web site Glassdoor.
Condo Prices Rising Faster Than Prices For Single-Family Homes (The Mortgage Reports)
In today’s housing economy, values for U.S. condominiums are rising faster than values for single-family homes. According to the Case-Shiller Index, a national tracker of home values, March 2015 price growth showing a faster rise in values among condos than single-family homes nationwide. Differences are especially stark in New York City.
AROUND THE GAYBORHOOD
USA, CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO:
Hillcrest Gayborhood to Get New Park? (SDGLN)
The Hillcrest Business Association (HBA) has partnered with the Escuela Libre De Arquitectura (ELDA) design school from Tijuana to plan a community park on Normal Street between University Avenue and Harvey Milk Street.
USA, CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO:
Neighborhood Bar The Hole to Close Permanently on July 5th (SDGLN)
SDGLN has learned that the famous downstairs courtyard bar, The Hole will be closing for good on Sunday, July 5.
USA, CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO:
Taking the Temperature of the San Diego Market (LGBT Weekly)
If you are a seller today in San Diego, this article will put a smile on your face. Buyer, not too much. We know that the economy is taking a swing upward generally, and San Diego is such a desirable city. But is it out of reach? Let’s take the city’s real estate temperature.
USA, CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO:
Fond Farewell to SF’s Last lesbian Clubhouse, The Lex (Queerty)
Have you heard? San Francisco is gentrifying. And it’s not just bad news for many residential tenants — those crazy rents are also squeezing out businesses. How many more $11 cocktail bars do we need? One more apparently, because lesbian haunt The Lexington Club has shut its doors for good in the Mission.
USA, FLORIDA, KEY WEST:
Key West Gets Rainbow Crosswalks (Joe.My.God)
Key West on Thursday installed permanent rainbow crosswalks in the heart of the city’s LGBT entertainment district, at the intersection of Duval and Petronia streets. “Spanning all four corners of the intersection, the crosswalks feature bands of all six colors of the rainbow flag, an internationally recognized symbol of gay and lesbian unity,” according to a tourism news release.
USA, NEW YORK, NEW YORK CITY:
New York New Condo Prices Soar (Barrons)
The price per square foot of newly-constructed condos in New York jumped 32% between 2013 ($1,656 per square foot) and 2014 ($2,193 per square foot). The wealthy wanting to buy today in New York can find much better value for money in the secondary markets, particularly in Manhattan neighborhoods like Gramercy Park or Yorkville, where prices are relatively cheap compared to the freshly-built high-rise clusters erupting in midtown.