As a Houston Realtor and expert in Houston relocation training, I can use a variety of tools to help make your move as easy as possible. With technology and market knowledge, I can make moving across the country like moving down the block.  As a native Houstonian, it is my pleasure to help introduce you to the city I love so much. While there is a lot to learn, when it is all over, your Houston relocation will be worth it. 

Houston Relocation Video

Houston Relocation Value-Added Services

I hope you enjoyed the video. Roughly 25% of my business is with Houston relocation buyers so I have a thorough understanding of what it takes in the relocation process. I know that time, distance and the unknown can cause a very uneasy feeling about relocating to Houston real estate. It can be miles and miles away from where you currently live. In addition, whether you are a first time buyer or not, a relocation can add to the stress of buying a home. That is precisely why I give plenty of relocation tips and added training. I can offer the following Houston relocation value-added services to my buyers:

1. Full use of video whether it is previewing homes for you, streaming/broadcasting homes to you or another person involved in the buying decision that might to be present. I can present the full picture to you by using video to show you homes, schools, surrounding areas and more.

2. Enhanced reporting features such as a CMA Report, RPR Report, standard property reports and more. This can help give you a true picture of the home from a report perspective.

3. All documents are sent through DocuSign, an electronic/digital signing software so you can review your documents from any computer, smartphone or tablet.

4. Easy to access online storage of your documents for instant access.

5. I am reachable at any time. My phone is always on from 6:00 AM to 11:00PM central time. I can be reached by phone, FaceTime or Skype.

Houston Relocation Tips

Are you thinking of moving to Houston, TX or its suburbs? In June of 2009, Forbes Magazine rate Houston as the #1 city to get ahead. According to Builder Magazine, Houston is ranked as the nations healthiest housing market and Houston was ranked the 8th most affordable city in the country as well as the top city for new construction. With major economic centers in the area such as Texas Medical Center, Downtown Houston, The Galleria, Energy Corridor, NASA, The Port of Houston, and many more, there is no wonder why so many people are moving to Houston and we were ranked the best city to live, work and play. And if Houston isn’t enough by itself, here are some top things to do in our great state.

For recreation and fun, Houston is one of the top cities in Entertainment, Arts, Dining, Parks. It is just a quick drive to the sandy beaches of Galveston. Whether you are a native or relocating to Houston, it is almost viewed as a sin to miss the Annual Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Great things to do include strolling through our new Discovery Green Park or going to the annual Nutcracker Ballet. When it comes to dining, you will find the finest International Cuisine. You can roll up your sleeves for traditional Texas cooking. Houston has something to satisfy every palate.

Houston has a wide variety of educational benefits, from Houston Independent School District to many private schools. From pre-school – through graduate school, Houston offers a program for almost anyone with any interest. To have a Houston Realtor help you with your search, please contact us below.

Houston Relocation Resources

Houston Newcomer Guides – order guides for several parts of the greater Houston area.

Official Visitors Site for Houston – find events, discounts, resturants, nightlife and more

Map Of Houston – find where you are going and more

New relocating home buyers have several Houston relocation tips, value-added services and tools at their fingertips with my help. One of the best places to look for homes is also our local association website,

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