The Freund Group Real Estate Blog

Welcome to The Freund Group's blog spot! We are a real estate group with a combined total of over 50 years of experience helping buyers and sellers in all aspects of residential, commercial, as well as, investors, foreclosures and short sale transactions.  Whether you are thinking of buying or selling a home, our helpful resources and tips will help you through the process.

Our blog spot will feature stories of events around the Houston area, the housing market trends and the benefits of investing in Houston real estate. Please feel free to ask questions or voice a concern in the comment section. 

Nov. 19, 2018

League City Holiday Event Schedule Don't Miss out!

League City Holiday Event Schedule

Are you ready for some holiday festivities and not sure where to go? Well, the city of League City has you covered.

Starting November 29th get into the Christmas spirit with the annual tree lighting ceremony at League City’s Helen Hall Library. Enjoy crafts, caroling, a visit from Santa himself, cookies, punch and lighting of the tree all starting at 5pm at Helen Hall Library. The event is free and this is a great time to make new memories with you family and friends.

On November 30th enjoy Holiday in he Park Movie Night with an outdoor holiday movie. There will be entertainment beginning at 5pm followed by a movie in the heart of League Park. Bring lawn chairs, blankets and whatever else makes you comfy!

December 1st enjoy the Holiday in the Park Festival with rides, food, vendors, snow, Santa and a petting zoo or the kiddos. The event starts at 9 am and 518/Main Street will be blocked at HWY 3. The children’s parade begins at 10am. The parade begins at 6pm.

December 2nd starting at 12PM Holiday in the Park is back at it with a pet parade beginning at 1pm. The food trucks, vendors, and carnival will be up and running ready for you and your family and friends to enjoy!

Why wait in hour long lines at the mall for a few seconds with Santa and a photo, head to South Shore Harbour. Photos times and dates are December 1,7,8,14 and 15th from 5:30- 7:30.

Enjoy breakfast with Santa on December 8th at Hometown Heroes Park from 8:30-11:30. Be sure to register prior to the event. Bring the family for pancakes with Santa and enjoy crafts, activities, and games. $10 for league City Residents and $15 for non-residents. Contact Ashley.Creller@leaguecitytx.gov.

The Bay Area Christmas Lane Boat Parade is December 8th at 6pm. The parade gets underway in eh Nassau Bay Lagoon and League City’s South Shore Harbour Marina before traveling through the channel past Seabrook and the Kemah Boardwalk and out into the Bay. Be sure to line up early so you can get a good view.

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Nov. 15, 2018

Dickinson Real Estate Market Report for October 2018

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Nov. 14, 2018

Pasadena Real Estate Market Report for October 2018

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Nov. 13, 2018

La Porte Real Estate Market Report for October 2018

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Nov. 13, 2018

Clear Lake Area Real Estate Market Report for October 2018

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Nov. 12, 2018

Deer Park Real Estate Market Report October 2017-October 2018

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Nov. 9, 2018

League City Real Estate Market Report for October 2018

 

Sept. 18, 2018

League City Real Estate Market Report for October 2018

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Sept. 5, 2018

Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo

Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo

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The Pasadena Livestock Show and Rodeo is kicking off this weekend September 8th with the PLSR Parade beginning at 10 am. The one-mile route on Spencer Highway will run from Spencer and Shaver and end on Dabney at Burke at the Pasadena Veteran’s Memorial Stadium parking lot.

The 36th Annual BBQ Cook Off presented by Bud Light will take place September 13-15th. The cost is $13.00, and the event starts at 5pm on the 13th. There will be over 200 cook off spaces, plenty of vendors and a carnival. The cookoff starts Thursday night and runs through Saturday night. The event helps raise money for Educational Scholarships.

The Livestock Show runs from September 19th- September 29th, with many events along the way. Some of the shows/events include ac calf scramble, rabbit show, hog show, lamb show, goat show and more.

September 21st kicks off the rodeo with featured performances throughout the week and weekend. Performers include; Kevin Fowler, Bag of Donuts, Robert Earl Keen, Parker McCollum, The Bellamy Brothers, Jake Bush, Chad Cooke Band, Justin Taylor Band, David Joel, Shayne Still, and Darwin Macon.

There are many fundraising events including a golf tournament, bowling tournament, steak off, beauty contest, dance and PLSF Fun Run. All events go to benefit the Youth and Education of the Pasadena, Deer Park, La Porte and Clear Creek School Districts.

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Aug. 23, 2018

Should I paint my house neutral colors when selling?

Should I paint my house neutral colors when selling?

As Realtors we are often asked about aesthetics of a home and what can be done to help the home to appeal to everyone. One of the questions we sometimes come across is, “what color should I paint my walls, so buyers will feel at home?” There is not one correct answer to this question but with some color psychology you can get a better idea on what colors will help your home feel more inviting to potential buyers.

Everyone reacts to colors differently. A bright yellow room may be scary to a child but a joy to an adult. A room painted green may trigger happiness for someone and The Blues and disgust for someone else. Advertisers often use colors to trigger their audiences. We can’t make everyone happy with our color choices, but we can try to appeal to many.

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