Features MLS

As We Say Goodbye to Tempo and Fusion…We Welcome in Matrix

Fusion and Tempo, are both scheduled for retirement this fall. Fusion on October 17 and Tempo on November 14, 2017. Changing from one MLS system to another is never convenient and can be difficult for many. HAR understands this and has worked to keep in place Tempo for over 15 years, a very long time in terms of technology and software. HAR’s system vendor, Corelogic, is discontinuing Tempo and Fusion
Features MLS

Hurricane Harvey Hammers Houston Housing

Historic storm slams the door on home sales during the last week of August Hurricane-turned-Tropical Storm Harvey’s torrential rains and devastating floodwaters not only disrupted life and destroyed properties throughout the Houston area and Texas Gulf coast. It also dealt a heavy blow to a real estate market that, until now, was on track to set new records. However, the full effects of the historic storm may not be realized
Communications MLS

Luxury Market Leads the Way During Another Positive Month for Houston Home Sales

Houston home sales rose for the tenth consecutive month in July, however prices, which have seen steady gains over the past year, began showing signs of moderation. The luxury market, defined as homes priced from $750,000 and up, recorded the strongest sales volume, followed by homes in the $150,000 to $249,999 range. July marked the ninth straight month of rising sales in the luxury segment, which a year ago was
Features MLS

Tempo and Fusion Are Retiring This Fall… Are You Ready?

Fusion and Tempo, are both scheduled for retirement this fall. Fusion on October 3 and Tempo on November 14, 2017. Tempo has been HAR’s primary MLS system for the past 15 years, a very long time in terms of technology and software. HAR’s system vendor, Corelogic, is discontinuing both Tempo and Fusion and has already moved more than 600,000 agents across North America to Matrix. HAR is the last account
Features MLS

Houston Home Prices and Sales Volume Set Records in June

Housing inventory reaches highest level in nearly five years Temperatures weren’t the only thing soaring in June, as home prices and sales volume reached new heights, keeping 2017 on track to be a record year for Houston real estate. The greatest sales gains took place among homes priced from $750,000 and above (categorized as the luxury market), followed by homes in the $150,000 to $249,999 range. June was the eighth