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HAR in the News

The Houston Association of REALTORS® is making headlines! Here’s a look at some of the media coverage our organization has received over the past few weeks.

HAR’s August 2014 MLS news release and accompanying Houston Housing Minute video update, reporting the highest monthly sales volume of all time and improved supply of inventory, generated coverage from mid- to late September in the following media outlets:

• Community Impact Newspaper
• CultureMap Houston
• Examiner Newspapers
• Houston Business Journal (online and print editions)
• Houston Chronicle (online and print editions as well as Prime Property real estate blog)
• Houston Community Newspapers
• KHOU-TV (11 News)
• KPRC-TV (Local 2)
• KRIV-TV (Fox 26 News)
• KROI-FM (News 92 FM)
• KTRH (NewsRadio 740)
• KTRK-TV (13 Eyewitness News)
• KUHF (Houston Public Media)

HAR Chair Chaille Ralph discussed Houston’s hot real estate market with Fox Business reporter Lauren Simonetti, who was in Houston profiling various aspects of the local economy. Chaille explained how employment has been the leading driver of skyrocketing home sales. The segment aired on Fox 26 News in the 7 a.m. hour on October 22.

In one of his last stories before the radio station dropped its all-news format and became a hip-hop music station, News 92 FM business editor Brent Clanton interviewed HAR Chair Chaille Ralph about the ongoing home sales frenzy in Houston despite limited inventory. The story aired on October 7.

The Houston Chronicle ran a full-page spread on September 28 about the winners of HAR’s annual NextGen REALTOR® Group 20 Under 40 Rising Stars in Real Estate Awards. The article featured a full-color ad of the winners that HAR provided along with blurbs of each of the award recipients.

These stories and more are available in the HAR Online Newsroom at www.har.com/newsroom as well as in HAR Connect.

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