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Mortgage Tips for a First Time Homebuyer

January 28th, 2016 by Jason Gracey

As a first time home buyer do you feel like you might need a few tips on qualifying for a mortgage? It is just a guess but I bet you have heard it is a time consuming and sometimes frightening process if you have not applied for a mortgage before. CONTINUE READING…

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Jason Gracey - Great Houston Properties - Really enjoyed learning about all the development and growth in Midtown. Great area to call home.

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Jason Gracey - Great Houston Properties - Fantastic new luxury feature from Toll Brothers.

Toll Brothers Inc. debuts new dog shower for Houston's canine residents - Houston Business Journal bizjournals.com

Forget washing Fido in your bathtub. A national homebuilder is debuting a new “dog shower” for Houston’s canine residents.

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Jason Gracey - Great Houston Properties - Wow! I love visiting this spot and am excited to hear their new location will be closer to me. On top of that I love all the "Creek" restaurants too so it's a great win-win in my book.

Wabash, the beloved urban feed store, is moving houstonchronicle.com

The store cat, a gray-and-black tabby named Max, bats around a red string hanging from a display case of pet vitamins as workers stock shelves and wheel dollies stacked with feed bags. Behind the counter, a clerk assures a customer on the phone that there are roosters in stock, while a young woman in yoga pants and sunglasses hurries in to buy a bag of dog food. The Wabash Feed & Garden Store, an old-school feed store on Washington Avenue, has held onto its countrified charm and appeal even as trendy restaurants, hipster bars and luxury townhouses in the Rice Military and Memorial Park areas began to surround it. When she bought the Washington Avenue property in 1990, there were a few blue-collar bars, a two-pump gas station, a Mexican restaurant and a Shipley's Do-Nut shop. The "Washington Corridor" as it's now called - a commercial strip running from Westcott to Houston Avenue at the foot of downtown Houston - is now lined with one bar or restaurant after the next with the neighborhood around it filled with high-end apartment buildings and three-story townhouses. Several months ago, Heights resident and longtime customer Gary Mosley stopped in to pick up feed for his chickens and saw a for-sale sign in front of the property. The brokerage firm that sold the property had to add the words "business relocating" to the for-sale sign because it was getting so many calls from people concerned the store was closing.

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