5 Reasons to Use Professional Photos for Listings... And How to Get Them for Less

5 Reasons to Use Professional Photos for Listings... And How to Get Them for Less

Pictures have never been more important than today. In a world inundated with social media and high definition photos, listings are in constant competition for views and time. Home buyers who searched for a home on the internet found photos to be among the most useful features of REALTOR® websites, according to the National Association…

Third Ward Planning and Brokerage Firm Launches Real Estate Development Capacity Building Workshop Series

Third Ward Planning and Brokerage Firm Launches Real Estate Development Capacity Building Workshop Series

Earlier this month, the Office of Jason T. Hyman teamed up with Gregory Benjamin, an AIA architect based in Third Ward, to host its Bridge 2 Action workshop. The workshop was the first in a series designed to build capacity for individuals, nonprofits and developers as a component of the firm’s Lost Spaces program. The…

Local Public and Private Partnership Delivers as Promised with Home Buyer Workshop.

Local Public and Private Partnership Delivers as Promised with Home Buyer Workshop.

On Saturday January 4th, 2020, Realinc’s Office of Jason T. Hyman launched their Lost Spaces Program in historic Third Ward with the inaugural Are You On Your Ship Home Buyer Workshop. Partnered with financial sponsor, Third Ward, CDC, Realinc owner, Jason Hyman tapped professionals from every aspect of the home buying process to speak to,…

New HEB MacGregor Market Opens In Third Ward

New HEB MacGregor Market Opens In Third Ward

On Wednesday, December 18th, the highly anticipated HEB MacGregor Market opened its doors to the public. The grand opening follows yesterday’s VIP ribbon cutting celebration which was attended by newly re-elected Mayor Turner, Third Ward community leaders and organizations, and HEB team members. The celebration included a tour of the new store but was more…

Third Ward Voting Crisis

Third Ward Voting Crisis

Voter participation appears to be down in Houston’s Third Ward. If attendance at last week’s District D council forums is indicative of voter turnout in the upcoming election, the historic community is in trouble. Despite residents grappling with concerns, from imposing development to dumping and crime, voter participation has been low. In 2015, only 19%…