Houston, TX HUD Housing and Foreclosure Homes

10-31-2020

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3 br

2.1 ba

1971 sqft

 

Foreclosure

$190,000

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10-29-2020

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4 br

2 ba

2443 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$259,000

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10-29-2020

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3 br

2 ba

1655 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$225,000

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10-26-2020

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4 br

3.1 ba

2349 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$310,000

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10-26-2020

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4 br

3.1 ba

2893 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$499,000

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10-23-2020

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4 br

2.1 ba

2825 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$212,000

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10-22-2020

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3 br

2 ba

2045 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$275,000

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10-15-2020

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4 br

2 ba

2503 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$375,000

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10-09-2020

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3 br

3 ba

2674 sqft

Townhome

Foreclosure

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09-28-2020

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3 br

2 ba

 

Foreclosure

$220,000

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09-28-2020

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3 br

2 ba

2030 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$250,000

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09-28-2020

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4 br

3.1 ba

3465 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$430,000

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Houston homes for sale: How 2020 home sales compare to 1 year ago

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — As everyone is adjusting to the new normal in the world of a pandemic, we’re taking a look at if and how that has impacted Houston-area home prices compared to 2019.

Many people who were hoping to buy a house in 2020 probably had their plans derailed due to COVID-19, but these numbers might make your choice easier.

Despite economic setbacks brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, which spread largely in the U.S. in March, the Houston housing market in July saw more home sales than it did a year ago.

According to the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), single-family home sales increased by 15.7% in June 2020 compared to June 2019. Also, the average price increased to $262,000 compared to $252,900 a year ago.

Data from HAR showed that in the last week of March, the coronavirus had a subtle effect on the price and

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The most expensive Houston homes sold in 2016






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Condos for Rent in Houston TX

Rich in culture, attractions, and talent, Houston is the biggest city in the Lone Star State. With hundreds of years of history, and people from across the globe, Houston is one of the nation’s most unique, diverse urban communities in the world. Each neighborhood in town, especially the Historic Six Wards, all have unique offerings. The city is great for any age and lifestyle with apartments, houses, and townhomes available for every budget from affordable to upscale.

Houston offers a wealth of attractions and landmarks that excite residents and visitors alike. Snap a selfie in front of Beyoncé’s childhood home or visit the famous NASA Johnson Space Center. Sports fans love the city for its abundance of big-league facilities. Cheer on the Houston Rockets at the Toyota Center or catch a ball game at Minute Maid Park. NRG Stadium and BBVA Compass Stadium beckon football and soccer fans, respectively.

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Person of interest in group home probe oversaw seven other boarding homes in Houston, authorities say

A man at the center of a probe into an overcrowded, unlicensed group home in Harris County has been tied to seven other similar Houston properties, for which he has been cited more than 200 times over a roughly three-year period, police said Thursday.

Carroll Shelton Richardson was identified this week as a person of interest by the Harris County Pct. 7 Constable’s Office, which on Monday removed at least 35 abused or neglected residents found living in “deplorable” conditions in the Caring Hands Group Home in the 14000 block of Long Meadow Drive. Most of the residents had been diagnosed with mental or physical disabilities, and some did not have any food or medication, according to the constable’s office.

Two deaths also had been reported at the home over the previous two months. State Sen. Borris Miles, whose district includes the home, said he visited the property this week

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Houston, TX Condos – Condos for Sale in Houston, TX

There are currently 1134 condos for sale in Houston at a median listing price of $197K. Some of these homes are “Hot Homes,” meaning they’re likely to sell quickly. Most homes for sale in Houston stay on the market for 81 days and receive 1 offers. Popular neighborhoods include Cherry Valley, Bellaire, Methuen, Cypress, Homewood, El Sobrante, Clear Lake, Aliana, Memorial, River Oaks, Montrose, Donelson-Hermitage-Old Hickory, Spring Branch, Central Houston, and Greater Heights. This map is refreshed with the newest listings in Houston every 15 minutes.

In the past month, 2990 homes have been sold in Houston. In addition to houses in Houston, there were also 1524 condos, 1622 townhouses, and 173 multi-family units for sale in Houston last month. Houston is a minimally walkable city in Harris County with a Walk Score of 48.

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Feds accuse former Houston ISD chief of taking kickbacks from contractor

The February raid on Houston ISD headquarters and the home of the district’s then-chief operating officer stemmed from allegations that the high-ranking administrator engaged in a kickback scheme with a district contractor, newly filed court records show.

In a civil forfeiture complaint filed by an assistant U.S. attorney Thursday, federal investigators allege former chief operating officer Brian Busby conspired to pay an unnamed contractor for work performed by district employees in exchange for kickbacks. Federal agents seized $90,150 in cash from Busby’s home in February, as well as $95,874 in cash from the home and vehicle of the contractor, according to the filing.

Busby has not been charged with a crime, though federal officials wrote in the filing that the seized money is traceable to “the proceeds of federal programs theft and wire fraud.”

Busby did not respond Monday to a voicemail or message sent via Twitter. Court records do

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