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The first of our weekly market updates with Bill Baldwin, broker and owner of Boulevard Realty. In this installment, Bill provides an overview of general market trends as he sees them, including the precarious balance of supply and demand during an intense period of disruption. Bill also describes options for sellers, including standing pat and using this valuable pause in some segments of the market to spruce up listings and focus on the lifestyle and sanctuary that our homes and neighborhoods can provide. For buyers, Bill covers lending activity and changes in light of tumult in banking and financial markets. Finally, we answer questions about homebuilding, buying in up-and-coming areas, and the role of the Realtor in this new real

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Boulevard Realty's very own Wendy Rosenfeld lends a hand with an artsy project in the Near Northside. Wendy welcomed two talented hardworking Near Northside artists to help capture the spirit of currently listed 407 Goldrenrod by hosting a Near Northside art event showcasing amazing talent by local artists! The proceeds from the art that was sold last Thursday went to an organization called Avenue CDC. Avenue CDC is an organization with deep roots in the Near Northside to help preserve the Near Northside.

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This story originally appeared in The Leader Newspaper:

To some, the Heights of today is a far cry from the Heights that Bill Baldwin found when he started his real estate career here over 20 years ago.

“Sadly, there was no way you could get many real estate firms to see past the burglar bars to even show the amazingly intact bungalows here. Some firms wouldn’t take a listing on this side of I-10, much less think of opening an office here,” recalls Baldwin, recently dubbed “The King of the Heights” by the Houston Chronicle.

“I always have taken enormous pride in calling the Heights ‘home.’ Collectively, as a neighborhood, we have had to work hard to tell the evolving story of the Heights, not only as a location with a great past but one with an

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