Hood County, Granbury, DeCordova Bend, Pecan Plantation, Fountain Village, Harbor Lakes, Bentwater...those are the subdivision I like to include in my blog. Mostly localism
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Granbury Housing Market Stats for April 2010 (edit/delete) A major piece of property sold in April, some 2832 acres with a rather large 6K sqft house and a pretty big Foreman's house, gas wells, ponds, etc. all located on the highway going to Lipan just northwest of Granbury for almost a quar...
March 2010 49 Single Family Homes sold in Hood County this March according to the North Texas Real Estate Information Services more than doubling February's sales, which is a good thing! Of those that sold, 20 of them had sales prices $100K or less and of those, 10 were bank owned which...
Although it is one of the smaller homes on the golf course in DeCordova Bend Estates, it's probably the cutest! Not only does it sit on the Men's Tee Box of #6 but you also have a view of the elevated sloping green on DeCordova Bend's Signature Hole #5, the 170 yd, par 3 with the foun...
In the year 2009, the housing market experienced many different effects. January & February trucked right along in conjunction with 2008's market...extremely cautious, except in our area. With the Barnett Shale still a big employer around here locally, we thought we just might be immune...
A special thanks to all those men & women, friends & family that have wore the uniforms of these great United States. It is a priviledge to honor you & know it was through your sacrifices that America is still the Land of the Free & the Home of the Brave! A special thank you goes...
Residential single family home sales in Hood County remained on track this October with exactly the same number sold this year as October '08; however, let's not forget what happened last October. Freddie & Fannie were in the news, AIG, & banks were scrambling with liquidity &a...
What happened to the rest of the nation may be catching up to Granbury, Texas. Until about a couple months ago, folks around here weren't so worried about what was happening to the rest of the other states. After all, this is Texas, and its always been better here. The trickle down just tr...