Identity theft is one of the fastest growing forms of crime in the world. Organized crime loves it because there is no physical contact between the thief and the victim; no DNA evidence for the CSI investigators to find. The result is the loss of billions of dollars every year. The recent theft of credit card information from Target Corporation shows how many people can be at risk from just one incident.
You don’t have to be an elected leader to make a difference. Take it from me, anyone can make a difference in their community whether it’s volunteering, or being an active member on your homeowner’s association.
Over the past year, several owners have turned their homes into motels renting them out by the month, week or even day to anyone who will pay.
ShareTweetShare By: Sharon Aron Baron I was sent a link to a real estate page from a resident wondering if our neighbors Beth and Jack Talabisco were moving away. Naturally one would assume that if someone’s home was on the market, they would surely be moving on. Not so in the case of 14-year residents […]
Homes like the one featured here are what really sets the Woodlands apart from the pack of cookie-cutter homes that you’ll see in many neighborhoods.
You must see this beautiful mid-century modern home located here in the Woodlands Country Club in Tamarac. More photos….
Spectacular Woodlands Country Club Home on the 17th Fairway – Featuring a Rare 4 Car Garage and Driveway Parking for 6 Cars! Impeccably maintained, this home is beautifully appointed with porcelain floors, accents of marble and plush carpeting. From the custom teakwood front door, the formal entry is highlighted with beveled mirrored closet doors for additional storage. The spacious formal dining room leads out to the patio through glass sliding doors. The contemporary style living room with cathedral ceilings and chandelier looks out onto the golf course and forever views.
In the fall of 2010, I submitted some photos of some of our homes here in the Woodlands along with a letter to the editors of Atomic Ranch Magazine.
The sales brochures are nearly 30 years old and the prices listed are from 1980.
The Chestnut Model – Vista Villa circa 1970