Post-Harvey Housing: 9 Months Later

After the devastation Hurricane Harvey left the greater Houston area in on August 29th, 2017, we understand the reluctance that can accompany home buying in our area in 2018. While the situation was, and continues to be, heartbreaking for many people, Houstonians are resilient and moving forward as a community together! In fact, Houston’s housing market continued beating records in 2017, which ended up being the strongest year ever, according to a recent press release from the Houston Association of Realtors.

 

In the press release, HAR Chair Kenya Burrell-Van Wormer explains that “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. 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.”

 

The Lippincott Team has thoroughly researched all of listings to ensure full disclosure on the property’s flood history. Our honest, dependable team of real estate agents both sell and live in the Northwest Houston area, and we’re aware which neighborhoods and communities were most affected during Harvey. While it’s normal to be concerned – you don’t need to worry about buying or selling in the post-Harvey market when you choose The Lippincott Team as your trusted agency! If you’d like more information, please call today: 832-392-8818.

Like the Article? Please Share it.Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInEmail this to someone