The Doug Erdy Team, including Keller Williams Realty Northeast Agent Jerome Finn (on right), was stationed outside the Wal-Mart in Porter for six hours to collect toys for the Salvation Army.   TOY DRIVES The Doug Erdy Team from Keller Williams Realty Northeast recently completed its annual Salvation Army Angel Tree Toy Drive. The team Continue reading

The Agents of Keller Williams Renew Concert Sponsorship FEVER Band to Perform in December

The Agents of Keller Williams Realty Northeast have signed a two-year agreement with Midway Companies to continue the sponsorship of their highly-popular, monthly concert series at Kings Harbor. Since October 2008, the Agents at Keller Williams Northeast have been providing the free concerts on the third Friday of each month from 7-10 p.m. at the Continue reading

Holiday Happenings in Kingwood

This Saturday kicks off the Holiday season in Kingwood with events at two major retail complexes in town. Kings Harbor will hold its Third Annual Holiday at the Harbor Concert on Saturday, December 4 at 4:30 p.m.  The free concert features the Kingwood Big Band & Chorale and amazing new holiday lighting at the Harbor.  Continue reading

Keller Williams Concert Goers Shake, Rattle and Roll at Kings Harbor

There was a chill in the air at last Friday night’s Keller Williams Concert at Kings Harbor, but the audience kept warm dancing, twisting and saluting to the oldies music of Shake Rattle & Roll. The four ladies in the group from East Texas performed dressed in poodle skirts, saddle shoes and initial jackets reminiscent Continue reading

Houston Association of REALTORS® (HAR) Announces 3rd Quarter 2010 Top Producing Agents

On November 17, the Houston Association of REALTORS® announced its top 50 REALTORS® for the third quarter 2010 based on dollar production and number of transactions. Out of the organization’s 25,000 members, six Keller Williams Realty Northeast Agents were named HAR Top Producers. Doug Erdy, Karen Cox, Jerry Garcia and Jan Jackson were named Top Continue reading

Local Home Sales Decline, While Prices Climb

Local Home Sales Decline, While Prices Climb Houston Association of REALTORS® (HAR) Releases October Market Update   Sales of existing single family homes declined across all areas of Northeast Houston for the second consecutive month, according to the Multiple Listing Service Market Update released by the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR).  The number of homes sold Continue reading

Keller Williams Realty Northeast Announces October Award Winners

Lisa Dempsey, team leader at Keller Williams Realty Northeast, recently announced the Market Center’s top agents for the month of October 2010. The October award winners for the most listings are: Listing Agent of the Month, Diana Coleman; Listing Team of the Month, The Duhon Team:  Donna and Roland Duhon; Listing Group of the Month, Continue reading

Oldies Group Shake Rattle & Roll to Entertain at Keller Williams Concert

Nationally-recognized ‘50s and ‘60s musical group Shake Rattle & Roll is known for making its audiences stop, drop and roll with laughter as they return to a time of innocence with their beautiful harmony, choreography, comedy and hula hooping skills. The all-female quartet from East Texas will perform at the free Keller Williams Concert at Continue reading

Keller Williams Collecting Musical Toys for Charity

Keller Williams Realty Northeast is participating in the Kingwood Chamber of Commerce Toy Drive and Table Decorating Contest, benefiting local charities. The table theme is “Keller Williams Rocks” in honor of the free Keller Williams Concert Series at Kings Harbor on the third Friday of each month. Keller Williams is collecting music-themed toys such as musical instruments, Guitar Hero Continue reading

Harris County Voters Urged to Vote Early

Early voting for the November 2nd election began on Monday. Polling places have been busy. One suspected reason for the record turn out early this week is the publicity surrounding the late-August fire that destroyed voting machines in Harris County.  Election officials have urged the public to vote early to avoid long lines on Election Day.  Continue reading