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Crawfish Festivals in Texas

In Texas and the south, boiling and eating crawfish is a long standing family tradition. We eat crawfish at places besides the home, whether it be in restaurants, family reunions, football games, or at company gatherings.

We celebrate the crawfish in another way: Festivals! These events encompass all the good things about life in Texas: food, fun, music and merriment!

Excellent Texas and Cajun food is a given at any festival. And as always, festivals offer abundant opportunities for meeting old friends, and making new ones.

Crawfish festivals happen all over Texas, from Pearland to Fredericksburg, from Austin to Kemah …  find one near you!

We are currently updating our list of 2018 crawfish festivals in Texas. If you would like your crawfish event included, or have updates, contact us.

Note that some dates and events listed below are preliminary pending announcements by event organizers.

2018 Crawfish Festivals in Texas
Festival City Date
Annual Kemah Crawfish & Zydeco Festival
Under the Kemah Bridge

Kemah, Texas April 6-8, 2018
Woodlands CrawPHish Festival
Town Green Park
11:00am – 6:00pm

The Woodlands, Texas March 24, 2018
Bigass Crawfish Bash
Gulf Greyhound Park
1000 FM 2000, La Marque, TX
BCBF, Inc. is a Texas non-profit corporation that works in partnership with local charities that benefit lives of veterans, children, and the disabled. This year donations will be made to Camp Hope, Texas Special Olympics, and local Education Foundations.

Scheduled events include the crawfish cooking competition, live music, Kid Zone, vendors market, Veterans VIP tent, food court and more!

Hitchcock, Texas March 24, 2018
Annual Bernie’s Famous Crawfish Boil
Concrete Street Old Market Pavilion
5:30pm – 9:30pm
This is the Del Mar College Foundation’s signature event to help raise funds for scholarships for Del Mar College students.

Corpus Christi, Texas March, 2018
Celina Cajun Fest 2018
Historic Celina Downtown Square

Crawfish boil, Cajun music, kids area, and much more

Celina, Texas April 14, 2018
Muddy Bowl Crawfish Cook-Off
Rob Fleming Park
6055 Creekside Forest Drive
Noon – 8:00pm

Set up begins at noon, cooking begins at 1:00 p.m., samples ready for judging 4:00 p.m., awards at 6:30 p.m., event ends at 8:00 p.m.

Teams of up to eight members are provided crawfish, ice, serving containers, a 10′ x 10′ tent, a table and chairs.

Muddy Bowl Crawfish Cook-Off at The Woodlands, Texas, April 1, 2017

The Woodlands, Texas April, 2018
Annual Frisco Crawfish Festival
Rockin’ S Bar and Grill
9305 Preston Rd,
Frisco, TX 75033
1:00pm – 7:00pm

The event is to raise money for the local animal rescue group Habitat for Paws. Sponsored by the Cajun Crawfish Company. Several thousand pounds of crawfish will be boiled. Live bands and music, plus bounce houses for the kids.

Frisco, Texas April, 2018
Annual Old Town Keller Crawfish Krawl
Great food, festive music and fun galore, from Noon to 9:00pm.

Attendance this year is expected to exceed 10,000 visitors. The event will take place on Olive and Pecan St in Old Town Keller.

Keller, Texas April, 2018
Cajun Crawfish Festival
Schertz Park Pavilion
703 Oak Street
10am – 8pm

Tempt your taste buds with some amazing food vendors. Crawfish eating contest for Men and Women Adults and Children Crawfish race. We also have kid’s activities including bounce, face painter, and more. Come ready to shop because the festival also has arts & crafts booth.

Cajun Crawfish Festival

Schertz, Texas April, 2018
Big Mamou Festival
Traders Village, 2602 Mayfield Road, Grand Prairie, TX
details Grand Prairie, Texas April 14-15 and 21-22, 2018
Hutto Crawfish Festival
Downtown, East & Farley Streets
details Hutto, Texas April, 2018
Annual Mudbug Mash
Levitt Pavilion
4:00pm – 10:00pm

Annual Llano Crawfish Open

Llano, Texas April 20-21, 2018
Annual Mauriceville Crawfish Festival
Mauriceville is a small community situated between Beaumont and the Southwest Louisiana Border. The Texas Legislature has named Mauriceville the “Crawfish Capital of Texas”.

The festival was founded in 1981 and features an awesome music line up, entertainment, creole cooking demos, a very competitive crawfish cookoff and and much more.

Opening Ceremonies will kick off on Friday night @ 5:00. Saturday morning our 5K will begin at 8 with our “Hometown Heroes” parade immediately following @ 9:00 East down Hwy 12, turning South onto Hwy 62. At the festival grounds, live music, live demonstrations including a master’s gardener and chalk painting, craft and food vendors, a photo-contest, washer tournament, exotic species and whitetail display, silent auction, and many other activities will run throughout the day as well as Sunday.

Held at the Mauriceville Crawfish Grounds, 7441 Cohenour Road, Orange, Texas 77632

Orange, Texas April, 2018
28th Annual Crawfish Boil & Fish Fry

Rosenberg, Texas April 14, 2018
Annual Lonestar Crawfish Festival
Sponsored by the Busby Foundation
Stubbs BBQ
801 Red River

Austin, Texas April 21, 2018
2018 Crawfest New Braunfels

New Braunfels, Texas April 27-29, 2018
Texas Crawfish & Music Festival
Old Town

Texas Crawfish Festival tickets Spring, Texas April, 2018
Rayzur’s Annual Crawfish Cook-off
Brazoria County Fairgrounds
901 S. Downing Road
Team competition raises money for charitable organizations. Events include crawfish cook-off, gumbo cook-off, crawfish cook-off- and more.

Angleton, Texas May 5-6, 2018
Annual Crawfish Boil
Pearland Town Center
Proceeds benefit Young Life Brazoria

Pearland, Texas May, 2018
Houston Crawfish, Crab & Grill Festival
Crawfish, music and more
Hobby Event Center
9906 Gulf Freeway
2:00pm – 11:00pm

Houston, Texas May 12-13, 2018
Annual Crawfish Cookoff
Crawfish cook off benefit tournament at Tiger Field. Good company, food, crawfish and games. Proceeds go towards Friends of Tiger Field (FOTF) and the FOTF Scholarship Award.

Rockport, Texas May, 2018
Fredericksburg Crawfish Festival
Fredericksburg Marktplatz
126 W Main Street
Sponsored by the Fredericksburg Jaycees
Music and more

Fredericksburg, Texas May, 2018
Crawfish Festival
211 E. Pleasant Run Road
DeSoto Amphitheater

DeSoto, Texas June 2, 2018
Grand Prairie Annual Crawfish Boil
Market Square, 120 W. Main St., Grand Prairie, TX
10:00am – 2:00pm
Grand Prairie, Texas June, 2018
Annual Medina Lake Cajun Festival
Park Rd. 37 and 15th St. W, Lakehills, TX 78063
11:00am – 10:00pm
Lakehills, Texas September 22, 2018

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HURRICANE HARVEY CAN’T STOP HOUSTON’S HOUSING MARKET FROM REACHING RECORD TERRITORY IN 2017

Houston real estate resists Mother Nature to complete its strongest year ever.

HOUSTON — (January 10, 2018) — Despite the devastating assault that Hurricane Harvey waged on the greater Houston area last summer – from which many property owners are still recovering – the Houston real estate market set new records by the time the sun set on 2017. Single-family home sales for the full year rose 3.5 percent compared to 2016, the previous record year. However, as 2018 gets underway, the supply of housing remains constrained. Inventory had begun to reach more balanced levels when Harvey’s widespread flooding sent affected residents scrambling for whatever undamaged rental and sales homes were available to provide safe shelter for themselves and their families.
According to the latest report produced by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), sales of all property types in 2017 totaled 94,726 units, a 3.5-percent increase over 2016’s volume, which was 91,530. Total dollar volume for single-family homes sold in 2017 rose 6.5 percent to $23 billion.

“No one could ever have imagined 2017 turning out to be a record-setting year for the Houston real estate market, which had weathered the effects of the energy slump only to have Harvey strike such a devastating blow,” said HAR Chair Kenya Burrell-VanWormer with JP Morgan Chase. “We know that many are still working tirelessly to rebuild their lives after Harvey, but overall, this clearly illustrates the incredible resilience of the people and the economy of Houston, Texas. We also know that some neighborhoods are performing better than others, so it’s always advisable to consult a Realtor when thinking about buying or selling a home.”

December single-family home sales rose 4.1 percent to 6,875 versus December 2016. The strongest sales performance took place among homes priced between $250,000 and $500,000. Total property sales for the month climbed 3.5 percent to 8,125.
The single-family home median price (the figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for less) rose 1.7 percent to $230,000. That marks the highest median price ever for a December. The average price declined 0.6 percent to $292,174.

2017 Annual Market Comparison
As 2017 began, the high end of the Houston real estate market was showing welcomed signs of recovery from the effects of the weakened energy sector, and inventory levels in all housing categories finally began to rise. Strong employment numbers translated to an influx of home buyers and renters to the Houston area from across the country and around the world. However, Harvey’s late August rampage interrupted hiring and forced those whose homes and apartments were damaged or destroyed to seek immediate housing anywhere they could, causing inventory to shrink.
Fortunately, the setbacks resulting from this historic weather catastrophe were much shorter-lived than anticipated. By the end of September – just four weeks after Harvey hit – the “Houston Strong” housing market saw home sales rebound and the greatest rental activity of all time. The positive momentum continued through the final months of 2017.
By the end of December, a record 79,117 single-family homes had sold. That represents an increase of 3.5 percent from the previous record of 76,450 in 2016.
On a year-to-date basis, the average price rose 2.9 percent to $291,340 while the median price increased 3.8 percent to $229,900. Total dollar volume for full-year 2017 jumped 6.5 percent to $23 billion.
The strongest one-month sales volume of 2017 was recorded in June with 8,362 single-family homes sold. By contrast, the lightest one-month sales volume took place in January with 4,104 sales.
Months of inventory began the year at a 3.3-months supply, and while it grew to a 4.3-months supply just before Harvey struck the region, it ended 2017 at a 3.2-months supply. Months of inventory estimates the number of months it will take to deplete current active inventory based on the prior 12 months sales activity.
CATEGORIES FULL-YEAR 2016 FULL-YEAR 2017 CHANGE
Single-family home sales 76,450 79,117 3.5%
Total property sales 91,530 94,726 3.5%
Total dollar volume $21,645,218,533 $23,049,934,248 6.5%
Single-family average sales price $283,133 $291,340 2.9%
Single-family median sales price $221,500 $229,900 3.8%
* Months inventory estimates the number of months it will take to deplete current active inventory based on the prior 12 months sales activity. This figure is representative of the single-family homes market.

December Monthly Market Comparison
The Houston housing market registered largely positive measurements in December, with single-family home sales, total property sales, total dollar volume and median pricing all up compared to December 2016.
Month-end pending sales for single-family homes totaled 5,413, an increase of 24.0 percent versus 2016. Total active listings, or the total number of available properties, declined 2.2 percent from December 2016 to 33,432.
Single-family homes inventory shrank from a 3.4-months supply to 3.2 months. For perspective, housing inventory across the U.S. currently stands at a 3.4-months supply, according to the latest report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
CATEGORIES DECEMBER 2016 DECEMBER 2017 CHANGE
Total property sales 7,850 8,125 3.5%
Total dollar volume $2,209,007,615 $2,271,587,746 2.8%
Total active listings 34,199 33,432 -2.2%
Total pending sales 6,606 6,875 4.1%
Single-family home sales $294,035 $292,174 -0.6%
Single-family average sales price $226,050 $230,000 1.7%
Single-family months inventory* 3.4 3.2 -0.2 mos.
Single-family pending sales** 4,367 5,413 24.0%
* Months inventory estimates the number of months it will take to deplete current active inventory based on the prior 12 months sales activity. This figure is representative of the single-family homes market.

Single-Family Homes Update

Single Family Sales

Single Family
Single-family home sales totaled 6,875, up 4.1 percent from December 2016. The median price rose 1.7 percent to a December high of $230,000. The average price declined a fractional 0.6 percent to $292,174. Days on Market (DOM), or the number of days it took the average home to sell, was unchanged at 62.

 

Broken out by housing segment, December sales performed as follows:
$1 – $79,999: increased 5.7 percent
$80,000 – $149,999: decreased 7.3 percent
$150,000 – $249,999: increased 4.5 percent
$250,000 – $499,999: increased 9.1 percent
$500,000 and above: unchanged
$750,000 and above: decreased 11.2 percent
Single Family Average Home Price

HAR also breaks out the sales figures for existing single-family homes. Existing home sales totaled 5,460 in December, up 3.7 percent versus the same month last year. The average sales price rose 2.6 percent to $276,738 while the median sales price increased 1.2 percent to $211,000.
Townhouse/Condominium Update
Townhome and condominium sales increased 3.2 percent in December, with 552 units selling versus 535 a year earlier. The average price fell 5.5 percent to $199,197 and the median price dropped 9.3 percent to $158,250. Inventory went from a 3.4-months supply to 3.3 months.
Townhouse/Condominium Sales

Lease Property Update
Houston’s lease market had a mixed performance in December. Single-family home leases fell 3.6 percent and townhome/condominium leases rose 7.3 percent. The average rent for single-family homes increased 3.3 percent to $1,745, while the average rent for townhomes/condominiums rose 2.4 percent to $1,532.
Houston Real Estate Highlights for December and Full-Year 2017
Despite the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, 2017 proved to be a record year for Houston home sales with 79,117 single-family homes sold versus 76,450 in 2016, the last record-setting year. That represents an increase of 3.5 percent;
Total dollar volume for single-family homes in 2017 rose 6.5 percent to $23 billion;
December single-family home sales climbed 4.1 percent year-over-year with 6,875 units sold;
Total December property sales increased 3.5 percent to 8,125 units;
Total dollar volume for December increased 2.8 percent to $2.3 billion;
At $230,000, the single-family home median price rose 1.7 percent to a December high;
The single-family home average price declined 0.6 percent to $292,174;
Single-family homes months of inventory declined slightly to a 3.2-months supply;
Townhome/condominium sales rose 3.2 percent, with the average price down 5.5 percent to $199,197 and the median price down 9.3 percent to $158,250;
Leases of single-family homes fell 3.6 percent with average rent up 3.3 percent to $1,745;
Leases of townhomes/condominiums climbed 7.3 percent with average rent up 2.4 percent to $1,532.
The computerized Multiple Listing Service of the Houston Association of REALTORS® includes residential properties and new homes listed by 37,000 REALTORS® throughout Harris, Fort Bend and Montgomery counties, as well as parts of Brazoria, Galveston, Waller and Wharton counties. Residential home sales statistics as well as listing information for more than 50,000 properties may be found on the Internet at http://www.har.com.

The information published and disseminated to the HAR Multiple Listing Services is communicated verbatim, without change by Multiple Listing Services, as filed by MLS participants.

The MLS does not verify the information provided and disclaims any responsibility for its accuracy. All data is preliminary and subject to change. Monthly sales figures reported since November 1998 includes a statistical estimation to account for late entries. Twelve-month totals may vary from actual end-of-year figures. (Single-family detached homes were broken out separately in monthly figures beginning February 1988.)

Founded in 1918, the Houston Association of REALTORS® (HAR) is a 37,000-member organization of real estate professionals engaged in every aspect of the industry, including residential and commercial sales and leasing, appraisal, property management and counseling. It is the largest individual dues-paying membership trade association in Houston as well as the second largest local association/board of REALTORS® in the United States.

RE/MAX Integrity – 19510 Kuykendahl Rd #B  Spring, Texas 77379  (281)370-5100

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TIS THE SEASON!!

Tis the season! A time of reflection, thanksgiving, connecting with family, friends—and refreshing after a busy year.
For real estate professionals, the holidays are an ideal time to thank buyers and sellers for their business and support. It’s also important to reward yourself for a job well done— and here are four great ways to do it.

A Big Event

I have long encouraged real estate professionals to attend some sort of industry event—at least once, if not regularly. You truly don’t know what you’re missing until you experience an energized real estate gathering for yourself.
Take the RE/MAX R4 Convention, for example. There’s something for everyone, no matter your niche or interests. You can find education on virtually any aspect of real estate, discover your motivation and network to your heart’s content. More than anything, there’s an undeniable energy to events like this that can add a new spark and recharge your career.  And to think…just one idea, one connection or one lead could set you on a completely different course in your career—or, at the very least, cover the cost of attending.

A Breather

Taking a time-out is something that comes naturally to some more than others. The stress of what’s often a seven-day-a-week profession can take its toll on one’s health, relationships and business. It’s important not to burn out. Simply stepping back and fully unplugging for a few days (or more) can work wonders.  Whether it’s a full-on vacation or a few days at home, turn off the computer, ditch the phone and engage in activities with people outside your work sphere. Doing this enables you to rediscover your passions, appreciate loved ones and friends, and enjoy a fresh perspective on your business when you return.

Something New

In the law of life, one thing’s for certain: Repeating the same routine day after day yields the same results. Whether you’re a top producer or striving to become one, breaking into the next production level requires breaking habits and trying something different.  In need of ideas? Here are a few to get you started: Explore a new area of business (new construction, luxury, commercial or global properties), join a team, start a blog, commit to more engaging and meaningful social media posts, record a series of podcasts, join a local real estate board, create and post a video highlighting your business, or up your PR game by reaching out to news outlets with story ideas or your industry expertise.The trick with any new idea is to stick with it. The greater the commitment, the greater the impact.

A Nice Upgrade

Treat yourself.  It is the holidays, after all. What is that one thing you’ve always had your heart set on? Maybe a new iPhone. An office renovation. Additional support staff. A wardrobe upgrade. New computer, perhaps? Go for it! Just remember to keep it realistic and in your budget.

On behalf of the RE/MAX Integrity.  Let us know if you have questions, Happy Holidays and all the best in 2018!

Easy Fraud Prevention Tips for the Holidays

While you’re busy planning for the holiday season, identity thieves are busy planning their biggest shopping season of the year. Help protect yourself from identity theft or card fraud by keeping an eye on your accounts on the go with the helpful tips below.

Download your banks Mobile Banking App

  • Update your travel itinerary
  • Check account balances and recent account transactions activity
  • Deposit check
  • Pay Bills
  • Transfer funds
  • View electronic notices and statements
  • Find the closets banking center or ATM

Fraud Prevention Tools and Tips

  • Enroll in Mobile Card Fraud Alerts – Be notified by text if we detect suspicious transactions on you debit and/or credit cards.
  • Enroll in Vista Purchase Alerts – Set specific criteria to help monitor transactions made with your debit and credit cards. You’ll receive an email or text based the criteria you set. Contact your bank immediately if you receive an unfamiliar  or unauthorized transaction notification.
  • Update your travel itinerary – Help avoid card disruption while traveling by using your banks online banking or mobile banking.
  • Shield your PIN – Always shield your PIN when entering it at a merchant or ATM.
  • Enroll in Electronic Statements – Enjoy the flexibility and freedom of receiving your statement noticed, and tax documents electronically at no additional cost to you.

Please contact your bank if you have any further questions concerning card security, and have a safe and happy holiday season.

*Must be enrolled in Online Banking. Messages and data charges from your wireless provider may apply.

*Most banks do not charge for Mobile Card Fraud Services or Visa Purchase Alerts service.

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GET IT DONE PROPERLY: HOW TO FIND HOUSTON’S BEST BUILDERS

In Texas’ largest city, there are so many professionals to choose from when it comes to a residential or commercial building job. What’s more difficult to find is a reliable, value-for-money service that comes from an experienced provider. Here, we examine the steps you should take in order to decipher through the hoards of builders in the city of Houston, thus allowing you to find a reputable, solid staff team to carry out the task at hand. BBB, Better Business Bureau is a great start. http://bbb.org

The biggest mistake people make when choosing a building company to place their money and trust in is making a decision too quickly.  Having a permanent change to an existing or new homes/residential lot is a big thing, so browsing the market is practically an essential measure.

By looking around, you will begin to see the different kinds of services that are commonly available.  Many Houston-based companies specialize in a particular area, which is useful if you’re having a specific job done. For instance, using a service provider who has particular expertise in new builds would be a suitable choice if you want to construct an entirely fresh property.  More that likely, they will have more base knowledge surrounding this kind of work than a commercial builder, for example, who is better adjusted to working on offices, shops and suchlike, rather than homes.

Another key to success when looking for a Houston builder is to ask people you trust who they would recommend.  Its is likely they will have had a building job of some description done in the past, as have most people at some point in their lives; if this is the case, they may be able to direct you towards someone who did a good job, or else divert you away from someone who didn’t impress quite as much.

Before you do come to a final conclusion, talk with the company you intend to go with. Discuss any plans you have, and see what they think about them, whether they have the staff and skills to execute the, and at what price they will work for.

By talking with the project leader, you can begin to discover if they truly understand your plans and ambitions.  If they do, the end build is much more likely to meet the ideas you had in mind.  If they son’t seem as confident and sure, they may well not fully understand what it is you actually want. Consequently, the ‘end project’ isn’t going to match your requirements or expectations.

Budgeting is another important step towards securing a good deal. As Houston is such a large city, there is a demand for builders to meet people in different economic positions.  Bear in mind, however, that you typically get what you pay for – an abnormally cheap price isn’t likely to lead to the perfect building job.

With everything considered, the main piece of advice would be to browse and gain knowledge of the local market before making a rushed deal.  Talk with one of Houston’s many building professionals about the kind of job you need done – getting a compatible builder is the first step towards securing a ‘job well done’.

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The LaPeer Team, Top Producer

The LaPeer Team, RE/MAX Integrity, Honored as Top Producers

Houston, TX – November 10, 2015 – Realtor Cindy LaPeer, a veteran top producer with RE/MAX Integrity, and Team Leader of The LaPeer Team, was honored as one of the Top 20 Producing Teams in the Houston Council of RE/MAX offices for the third quarter of 2017.

 

“This is a great honor for the LaPeer Team! And we are extremely pleased for their ongoing success, along with their commitment to customer service, we’re not surprised by this award,” said Ruben Villarreal, co-owner of RE/MAX Integrity.  “Cindy and her husband Justin have built as amazing real estate team that exceeds all expectations when it comes to assisting their buyers and sellers.”

Specializing in the Houston Metro area, but also including Spring, Tomball, the Woodlands, Cypress, Conroe and Magnolia. They are just as dedicated to the long-term development of these communities as they are to helping people achieve their home buying and selling goals.  “Real estate is a very competitive business and we’re proud of The LaPeer Team for their outstanding professionalism and commitment not only to their customers, but also to their community,”  said Esther Cordova, Broker for RE/MAX Integrity.

The LaPeer Team offices at RE/MAX Integrity, 19510 Kuykendahl Rd, Spring, Texas 77379. For more information about this remarkable team, please contact them directly at 832-876-4288 or http://www.thelapeerteam.com

About RE/MAX Integrity:

RE/MAX Integrity was founded in 2007 and is a locally owned and operated full-service real estate brokerage located in Spring, TX. They just expanded last year to include their second office in Willis, TX – Lake Conroe area. The brokerage has over 80 Realtors and specializes in both residential and commercial real estate. RE/MAX Integrity is a proud supporter of Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Soles for Souls Foundation and Texas Sentinels, along with numerous other local charities. Two offices to serve you better – 19510 Kuykendahl Rd, Spring, Texas and 10766 FM 1097, Willis, TX or call 281-370-5100.

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Sheila O’Bannon and Arlene Simmons, Earn Prestigious Hall of Fame Award

RE/MAX Integrity agents, Sheila O’Bannon and Arlene Simmons, both have recently been presented with the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award, which honors successful agents who have earned more than $1 million in commissions during their careers with the company. Less than twenty-three percent of all RE/MAX Affiliates have earned this prestigious award.

Sheila O'Bannon

 

 

Both O’Bannon and Simmons have been working in the real estate industry for several years and have extensive experience with both buyers and sellers. In Addition to several RE/MAX awards, O’Bannon has been recognized for numerous office awards such as Top Listing Team and Top Selling Team.  Simmons also has been recognized by RE/MAX Integrity for Top Listing, Sales and Producing Individual Agent.

” Sheila and Arlene are both integral member of our office and are both more than deserving of this very special award, ” said Nancy Villarreal, Co-Owner of RE/MAX Integrity.  “Winning this award is a tremendous accomplishment. Sheila and Arlene continue to raise the bar in real estate, making us and this community, proud,”  stated Esther Cordova, Broker of RE/MAX Integrity.

In addition, both of these Integrity agents actively support numerous local charities including Children’s Miracle Network, while continuously volunteering her time and experience in various  local area networks.

RE/MAX is the most productive real estate network with its Sales Associates averaging more sales than other real estate agents. Over 100,000 agents provide RE/MAX a global reach of nearly 100 countries. Nobody sells more real estate than RE/MAX .

About RE/MAX Integrity:

RE/MAX Integrity is a locally owned and operated full-service real estate brokerage located in Spring, Texas, with a second office in Willis, Texas (Lake Conroe Area).  Founded in 2007, the brokerage has over 87 Realtors and specializes in both Residential and Commercial real estate. RE/MAX Integrity is a proud supporter of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and numerous other local charities. To learn more, please visit http://www.realtorsatintegrity.com or contact us at 281-370-5100

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NATHAN MARKS, RE/MAX Integrity earns prestigious award!

Nathan Marks,with RE/MAX Integrity, has recently been presented with the RE/MAX Hall of Fame Award, which honors successful agents who have earned more than $1 million in commissions during their careers with the company. Less than twenty-three percent of all RE/MAX Affiliates have earned the prestigious award.

 

Mark is a top producing agent that truly believes the only way to run a business is to ensure that your clients are happy, both during and after the deal is finished! As a full-time Realtor with a background in real estate appraisal, Nathan offers the experience it takes to help achieve his client’s goals. “Winning this award is a tremendous accomplishment for Nathan. He continues to raise the bar in real estate, making us and this community, proud,” stated Esther Cordova, Broker of RE/MAX Integrity.

 

As a consistent top producer at RE/MAX Integrity, Nathan has achieved numerous awards and recognitions.  In addition to earning  the prestigious Hall of Fame Award just recently, Marks has also made the decision to grow his business and has developed a real estate team, all dedicated to assisting him in maintaining the level of service Nathan feels each of his clients deserve.  “Nathan is a true asset to our office,” said Ruben Villarreal, Co-Owner of RE/MAX Integrity, ” We feel very fortunate to have him as apart of the Integrity family”.

In addition, Marks actively supports numerous local charities including Children’s Miracle Network, while continuously volunteering his time and experience in various local area networks.

RE/MAX is the most productive real estate network with its Sales Associates averaging more sales than other real estate agents. Over 100,000 agents provide RE/MAX a global reach of nearly 100 countries. Nobody sells more real estate the RE/MAX.

About RE/MAX Integrity

RE/MAX Integrity is a locally owned and operated full-service real estate brokerage located in Spring, Texas, with a second location now in Willis, Texas (Lake Conroe area). Founded in 2007, the brokerage has over 87 Realtors and specializes in both Residential and Commercial real estate. RE/MAX Integrity is a proud supporter of Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and numerous other local charities. To learn more, please visit www.realtorsatintegrity.com or contact us at 281-370-5100.

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RE/MAX SKY-DIVING TEAM COMES TO HUNTSVILLE, TX

Adam Olsen with RE/MAX Integrity brings the RE/MAX Sky-Diving Team to Huntsville, Texas!


The RE/MAX Sky-Diving Team will make undoubtedly the most thrilling entrance at the Sam Houston State University vs. Nicholls State Football Game on September 23, 2017. This team makes grand entrances to many different events across the state of Texas.

According to RE/MAX of Texas, between the four jumpers, they have more than 100 years of jump experience and more than 15,000 jumps. These experienced jumpers will leap from a plane at 4,500 feet and experience a 120mph free fall. After the positive feedback from jumping in front of over 13,000 fans, The Adam Olsen Team is very excited to have them return for another jump. You can easily find these jumpers in the air by looking for the Texas and American flags flying down with them. The Adam Olsen Team has been supportive of many local schools, events, and community’s in the Greater Houston Area.

Adam is consistently recognized as one of the top producers at RE/MAX Integrity. He is also in the top 250 individual agents in Texas for RE/MAX LLC 2017. RE/MAX Integrity has two office locations: One office is located in Spring, TX off Louetta & Kuykendahl, and the other in Willis, TX off FM 1097 next to Lake Conroe.

Realtor James Blasczyk Moves Business to RE/MAX Integrity

Ruben & Nancy Villarreal, Owners of RE/MAX Integrity, along with Esther Cordova, Broker, has announced that top producing REALTOR James Blasczyk, has moved his business to their office.

James Blasczyk “We are so excited to add real estate icon like James to our office,” said Ruben.

“I am very eager to accelerate and expand the growth of my business, while continuing to deliver my clients the same level of professionalism they are accustomed too,” said Blasczyk. “The level of energy and professionalism at RE/MAX Integrity is amazing, I am very excited about my move.”

As a former professional athlete turned Real Estate Agent, James has a proven track record of production and success. Blasczyk’s product knowledge, innovative marketing and negotiating skills, gives him the winning combination for all his clients. “I fully expect James to hit the ground running. The quality of professionalism and determination he demonstrates when working with his clients is outstanding. I cannot be more pleased to be adding another top producing Realtor with his experience to the RE/MAX Integrity family”, stated Esther Cordova.

 

James can be contacted at RE/MAX Integrity, 281-370-5100, or directly at 832-816-0963.

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