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Author: <span>Cassie Nichols</span>

RAINTREE IN BAYTOWN/MONT BELVIEU

  Raintree is a newer community in the Baytown/Mont Belvieu area. Located just outside of the Mont Belvieu city limits, south of I-10, Raintree is mere minutes from Trinity Bay. Construction in this community began in 2021, and new development is ongoing, with a new section opening soon. This neighborhood has a close-knit feel. Most … Continued

LAKES OF CHAMPIONS IN MONT BELVIEU, TX

  Lakes of Champions is a popular neighborhood in Mont Belvieu, TX. Construction in this community began in 2007, and new development is ongoing, so you’ll find both ready-to-move-in and new construction homes. This established neighborhood stands apart from some of the others locally because of its sidewalks, landscaped lakes, and its close proximity to … Continued

PROPERTY TAX RELIEF ON THE WAY FOR TEXAS BUYERS

  If your goals for next year include purchasing a home, you can adjust your budget to have a more affordable tax bill that first year! Last Friday the Texas House of Representatives passed a bill that will provide property tax relief to Texas homeowners. Senate Bill 8 will allow a homeowner to receive a … Continued

Rain Tree in Mont Belvieu, TX

                                                      Construction has started in Rain Tree, a new subdivision zoned to Barbers Hill Independent School District with prices ranging from $241,000 to $286,000. Lots in this neighborhood are … Continued

River Farms in Mont Belvieu, TX

                    Construction is well under way in phase 3 of the popular River Farms subdivision. Residents of River Farms enjoy a beautiful neighborhood with low tax rates and zoning to the highly-acclaimed Barbers Hill Independent School District. Origen Realty recently met with the folks at K. … Continued

STRATEGIES TO WIN A BIDDING WAR

    If you’ve recently made an offer to purchase a home, it’s likely that you’ve found yourself in the middle of a bidding war. That’s because record low interest rates have made homeownership affordable and created a huge demand amongst buyers. The available inventory of homes for sale, however, is at record lows. Often … Continued

WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE BUYING OR SELLING A HOME WITH WATER DAMAGE

  The recent arctic blast has sadly left thousands of homeowners across the state with busted water pipes, in many cases creating extensive property damage. If you’re under contract to buy or sell a home that has been damaged, you may be wondering how to proceed. Texas real estate contracts contain language to address this. … Continued

How to File your Homestead Exemption

  If you purchased a home in 2020 (or purchased a home that you’ve never filed an exemption for) it’s time to file your homestead exemption! A homestead exemption can provide significant savings on your annual property taxes. The deadline to file is April 30, so don’t miss out! The amount of savings varies depending … Continued

COVID-19: How Will It Affect the Housing Market?

  Are you in the market to buy or sell real estate and wondering how the Coronavirus is going to affect the market? Should you move forward or press pause? The short answer is that no one has a crystal ball and can say for certain. Even the world’s  most equipped expert economists failed to … Continued

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