By Nancy Sarnoff Published 10:55 am CDT, Tuesday, August 27, 2019 Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate (BHGRE) Gary Greene celebrated the grand opening of its new location on Thursday, October 23, 2014. After the ribbon cutting a celebration followed which included door prizes, live entertainment, lite bites and beverages. Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene is a leading Houston residential real estate brokerage and is owned by Mark Woodroof and Marilyn Eiland. Celebrating its 50th year of operations in the Houston area, the company has listed more homes, sold more listings and closed more transactions than any other brokerage in Houston. The brokerage has grown to encompass 21 offices in the greater Houston/Galveston area and more than 900 agents. less Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate (BHGRE) Gary Greene celebrated the grand opening of its new location on Thursday, October 23, 2014. After the ribbon cutting a celebration followed which included door ... … [Read more...] about Heritage Texas Properties merging with Better Homes and Gardens
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opinion Nancy Szerlag Special to The Detroit News Published 5:08 PM EDT Mar 21, 2019 I came across a 1935 edition of Better Homes and Gardens magazine in my “pile of paper” and it’s a fascinating view of gardening and life 80 or so years ago. Most gardeners grew plants from seed and annuals, along with gladiolus and dahlias, were popular choices. Seed packets ran anywhere from a dime to 4 packs for 10 cents. The big buzz in garden design this season is pollinator and cut flower gardens, and long season flowering annuals are a big part of the mix, so flowers popular in 1935 are back in style big time. Zinnias, salvias and cosmos are hot, and we grow them all in the OPC display garden in Rochester. Spend the time to keep them dead-headed and most flower through out the growing season. To get the color coming ASAP, we plant premium six packs and 4 ½ inch pots. Last summer we discovered our cosmos had also self-sown, … [Read more...] about Gardening: Flowers big in 1935 blooming in popularity
By Katherine Feser Published 7:00 am CST, Friday, January 11, 2019 Katherine Franco, Blank Rome, has been elected as a partner in the intellectual property and technology practice. Katherine Franco, Blank Rome, has been elected as a partner in the intellectual property and technology practice. Photo: Blank Rome Photo: Blank Rome Image 1 of / 23 Caption Close Image 1 of 23 Katherine Franco, Blank Rome, has been elected as a partner in the intellectual property and technology practice. Katherine Franco, Blank Rome, has been elected as a partner in the intellectual property and technology practice. Photo: Blank Rome Newsmakers: Promotions and appointments of area executives 1 / 23 Back to Gallery … [Read more...] about Newsmakers: Promotions and appointments of area executives
By Michelle Sandlin Published 12:00 am CST, Sunday, December 23, 2018 Pattie Huey Pattie Huey Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 Pattie Huey Pattie Huey On the Move: Houston’s real estate and relocation outlook for 2019 1 / 4 Back to Gallery Houston has long been considered a hotbed for relocation activity. Due to the residual effects of the decline in oil prices, and the subsequent loss of jobs, some of that activity had slowed down just a bit over the past few years. This was further compounded by the devastating blow delivered by Hurricane Harvey last year, which impacted relocations in and out of the Houston area. But, as those who live here can attest, Houston is one heck of a resilient city. As for the relocation outlook for 2019, industry leaders believe that Houston is poised for growth, and that our real estate market offers many opportunities … [Read more...] about On the Move: Houston’s real estate and relocation outlook for 2019
THESE dogs are for life…and can be for Christmas, too. Our 12 terrific mutts – currently living in Dogs Trust centres across the country – are desperate for a loving family to start a new life with. Could you be the one to give them a forever home this festive season? Amy Jones brings you their stories. To offer one a home, call the number at the bottom of each box.Axel FROM: Glasgow. AGE: Six. BREED: Jack Russell cross. Axel is a sensitive boy who is looking for a home with a calm family. A garden would be a great place for him to relax in because he needs to be on a lead in public places as he can be worried by strangers. He would prefer to be the only pet in his new home – and he certainly deserves all of the attention. CALL: 0141 773 5130. Radley FROM: Kenilworth, Warks. AGE: Seven. BREED: Crossbreed. Sweet-natured Radley did not have the greatest start to life and is now looking for a home where his true personality can come to the fore. He is very … [Read more...] about Can you give a forever home and new life to one of these adorable dogs?