Ron's Lake Conroe Real Estate Blog

Real Estate Agent - Keller Williams - Broker Associate
A blog about real estate in Conroe and a general emphasis on the market in Montgomery County, Texas. At times assorted other thoughts about real estate, scuba, golf and life in general.



Normally I try and keep my blog posts restricted to real estate and credit related subjects. However today I just cannot do that. I believe we as a society have some of our leisure time priorities wrong. I am talking about sports. Now do not get me wrong I like sports. I have coached soccer, bask...
"Go west young man" "Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country" "Walk softly but carry a big stick" These phrases have all been famous at some point in our country's history. Now we have a new famous catch phrase that may with us for a while. What is the new ...
Did you see the article in the business section of the Houston Chronicle on Wednesday entitled More Credit, but not for all? The author of the article was interviewing Nariman Behravesh, the chief economist of IHS Global Insight. IHS is a Lexington, Ma. based research firm. When asked if the curr...
Reading self-improvement books is a daily habit of mine. These books help fuel my dreams and keep me focused on my daily, monthly and long term goals. As I was rereading one of my favorite books today a particular passage caught my eye. The passage made me think of tentative home buyers and selle...
Today I just finished mailing to my database the Executive Summary to my 2008 Montgomery County Single Family Residence Review. The actual report is 42 pages in length and shows all of the important data for 2008 as compared to 2007. The report really is not a shocker by any means. Unit sales wer...
I ran into a friend of mine on Saturday who works for the San Jacinto River Authority. I ask him how the hydrilla situation was and what it might be like this coming summer. He said that with as many weed fish that are currently in the lake that we should not have a problem for five to ten years....

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