Swamplot’s sponsor today is Jamestown Estate Homes. Sure do appreciate the support!
The team at Jamestown Estate Homes sees the sales contracts the company recently negotiated on 2 of its existing homes in Memorial — one at 111926 Broken Bough Dr. and another at 11323 Surrey Oaks Ln. (both shown above) — as evidence that the luxury real estate market is heating up. (The company also recently entered into a new contract to build a home on a client’s lot in the Oak Forest area.)
The company’s marketing director, Victoria Hawes, says she believes there was a lot of pent-up demand from people worried about the economy and the election: “Whether or not the election turned out the way people wanted it to, I think that people are happy that it’s over. Oil prices seem to be stabilizing, the stock market is surging, and interest rates are going up.” All of which, she says, makes for a great home-buying or -building environment in Houston, and already seems to have encouraged some people on the fence about buying a new home to act.
What’s ahead for Jamestown Estate Homes in 2017? The company is building a new Heights-area headquarters building for itself — at 16th and Durham — while continuing construction work on homes for clients in the Memorial Villages, Garden Oaks, and Oak Forest. There’s also a showcase home under construction in Oak Forest, and the company is developing its own plans for homes in Piney Point and Bunker Hill Village. Hawes says the company likes having completed homes available — in order to show potential clients its work.
If you’d like to find out more about Jamestown Estate Homes, visit the company’s website; check them out on Facebook; or contact Victoria Hawes directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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