Coming Soon in Katy, TX!

New listing COMING SOON in Cimarron! This 4 bed/2 bath, 1,439 sq. ft. home is zoned to great Katy ISD schools! Call 281-682-2555 for more information before it hits the market!
 

The Opportunity of Building on YOUR Own Land

With the real estate market booming in the Houston Area Market our office has begun to see a huge demand of buyers who are seeking out quality builders who build on YOUR own property and or looking for that special custom home.

Homes By David Powers has 35 Years of Building Experience with Outstanding Customer Service. They offer an In-House Architecture Department to Customize a Floorplan and Elevation to meet your custom needs.  Their private design center and exclusive designer is there to work with you on all of your interior and exterior selections.

Our team’s past buyers who have the highest expectations of excellence in what they want in a home and who desire to work with a builder who uses the highest building standards available and the latest energy features, can’t say enough about Home By David Powers . Whether you choose them to build on your own lot or choose to build in one of their exclusive communities Homes By David Powers definitely will exceed your expectations.

If you need any further assistance in choosing a top builder in the Houston area. please don’t hesitate to let our team at Candice and Associates know.

 

 

Candice Skoby and Associates Would Like to Thank you For a Fabulous Year in Real Estate!

I’d like to thank all my clients for a fabulous year in Real Estate in the Katy and Richmond areas.  It has been a privilege to assist you with the purchase or Sale of your home.  We are truly blessed and wish all of you a very Happy New Year for 2014.

We are looking forward to Bringing Luxury Home for 2014 to Katy and the Richmond areas!

Katy’s Tollway Is On Its Way to Sealy

We are seeing many new home developments pop up between Katy and Sealy.  This growth is leading to talk about expanding our highway systems to allow for the increase in traffic.  The Texas Department of Transportation has begun preliminary planning for 2 additional lanes on each side of I-10, which would begin at Highway 6 and end in Sealy.  Before these plans go any further, funding and public feedback will be needed.  As soon as we receive additional information on this development we’ll pass it on.

Why do Home Buyers LOVE Katy, TX?

By being a Katy, Texas, Realtor, my team and I have the privilege of working with many buyers relocating to the Houston area from not only all throughout the United States but worldwide.   Do you know what drives these buyers to Katy?  The number one priority on a buyers mind is SCHOOLS.  This isn’t just a top priority of families moving to Katy, Texas.  Overall, the majority of buyers whether they have kids or not see the importance in living a community with award winning educational facilities and educators.  Katy’s premier schools go hand in hand with a safe community and a booming economy, and as you know this helps to keep property values high.

On November 5th, Katy Voters will decide on the Katy ISD Bond.  This is a $99 million dollar proposal which would fund an agriculture complex, STEM Center, and a new stadium.  If this bond passes, the tax rate will not increase for Katy Tax Payers.  In short, Katy’s growth and the new revenues that have come from this, make any tax increase unnecessary.

Home Town USA

Our team has the opportunity to work with many out of state and international cliental.  Most who are moving to Houston.  The top questions on their mind is:  Why live in the Katy/Richmond/Fulshear area?

This is one of my all time favorite questions.  You have probably heard me say.  People work in Houston but they LIVE in Katy….

What’s not to love?  Premier Communities, Top Rated Builders, A Safe Family Environment, Award Winning Schools,  I could go on and on….In short….It’s small town feel meets big city appeal!

Location! Location! Location!

 

 

 

The Drama of The Fiscal Cliff and The Results for the Katy/Houston Area

I’ve received many calls this week at my office regarding the recent agreement the US Congress made which avoided “The Fiscal Cliff”. The majority of these questions focused on how H.R. 8, the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, is going to affect our Real Estate markets.