Real estate market concerned: Google Maps reveals Houston flood zones

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Real estate market concerned: Google Maps reveals Houston flood zones

Houston … we have a problem. Google Maps has outed us as a city that floods. Anyone using it on their phone can now browse our neighborhoods to see who got flooded and who stayed flooded. For Houstonians continuing to suffer even today, facing a months-to-years long recovery after Harvey, this is more bad news because it may result in, or perpetuate, lower home values. Simply put: Prospective buyers who see these maps may run the other way rather than risk it. Demand could become lower in these areas leading motivated sellers to reduce their prices.

Source: www.khou.com/weather/harvey/real-estate-market-concerned-google-maps-reveals-houston-flood-zones/478620236

HCTRA schedules traffic switch on Hwy. 249 for this weekend, Sept. 22-25

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HCTRA schedules traffic switch on Hwy. 249 for this weekend, Sept. 22-25

Drivers should expect delays along Hwy. 249 this weekend as crews continue work on the Tomball Tollway extension, according to HCTRA.

Source: communityimpact.com/houston/tomball-magnolia/news/2017/09/20/traffic-switch-begins-friday-hwy-249-4-lane-closures-know-tomball-friday-sept-22/

Let’s Get Wild at Children’s Festival Presented by ExxonMobil Nov. 11-12

Let’s Get Wild at Children’s Festival Presented by ExxonMobil Nov. 11-12 | The Paper Magazine -Covering The Woodlands, Spring, Conroe & North Houston Areas

The Woodlands, Texas – Explorers of all ages are invited to come out and play as The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion is transformed into a wild safari for the 22nd Annual Children’s Festival presented by ExxonMobil on Nov. 11 and 12, 2017. With performers on multiple stages, character meet and greets and wild adventures looming all around the venue, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Source: fatcatwebproductions.com/ThePaper_2014/md-thenews/content/let’s-get-wild-children’s-festival-presented-exxonmobil-nov-11-12

Lawn mowing app GreenPal launches in The Woodlands | Community Impact Newspaper

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Lawn mowing app GreenPal launches in The Woodlands | Community Impact Newspaper

Sep 14, 2017: Nashville-based GreenPal, an app that connects homeowners with local, vetted lawn care professionals, launched this month in the Woodlands. Co-founder Gene

Source: communityimpact.com/houston/the-woodlands/business/2017/09/14/lawn-mowing-app-greenpal-launches-woodlands/