By Steve Wright, Parks and Recreation Director, City of Houston A revitalization project is underway at Busby Park, a 5.83 acre Houston Parks and Recreation Department greenspace located on Hirsch Street in the northeast part of the city. The improvements to the park are bound to help make the surrounding
By Erica Christoffer In light of allegations that Facebook enables housing discrimination by allowing real estate advertisers to exclude audiences protected under the Fair Housing Act, here are some tips for making sure your marketing on the social platform is legal and ethical. Never use targeted marketing that excludes a
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By Grant Harpold Who owns the photographs that were taken of your listing? I would imagine most REALTORS® don’t know or think that they own them. Why does it matter? All photos and data submitted to a Multiple Listing Service (MLS) or to a Commercial Information Exchange (CIE) like Commercial
Photo editing software can help brighten underexposed images, balance color to look more natural, or straighten a crooked shot. It’s also a great tool for hiding unsightly power cords or bringing out the true blue of the sky in your listing photos. But photo manipulation can cross the line and