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From the monthly archives:

March 2010

John Daugherty Jr. says there are plenty of positive signs that the luxury housing market is turning around.

Inventory is low, new construction is on the rise, and the agents that work for his high-end realty firm have exceeded their sales goals almost every month for the last five.

He’s now concerned that Houston will have a major shortage in new construction by the end of the year.

As his company enters its 44th year, Daugherty spoke with real estate reporter Nancy Sarnoff about what he thinks the future holds for Houston’s high-end housing market.

Here are excerpts from that conversation.  http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/6911330.html

Jane Brennan-Martin and Sharon Davis returned to our company after a brief departure to another brokerage firm.

John A. Daugherty, Jr. said “We are pleased to have Jane and Sharon rejoin our company, it is my policy to keep an open door.”

When asked what the reasons for the decision Jane Brennan Martin stated “There are numerous reasons why I have come back to John Daugherty, Realtors, the main reason is the friendly supportive atmosphere, and that John Daugherty, Realtors is truly a family. 

The firm has been Houston’s leading luxury broker for 43 years. John Daugherty, Realtors is about quality and professionalism and I prefer their website and team site above all the others in this market area. Also the newly reorganized advertising department has a great new campaign and so many opportunities to market our firm and homes.”

 Sharon Davis stated one of her main reasons for returning is “The incredible support of other realtors in our office and the support of the management team.”

Sharon also said the advertising and marketing department’s changes have been significant and very agent friendly.

Last but not least Jane’s daughters, Addie and Lexie prefer the John Daugherty, “For Sale” sign because it is shaped like a house!

March 5, 6, and 7, 2010 • 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For a complete list of John Daugherty, Realtors Sunday Open Houses
Click Here – March 7 – Sunday Open Houses

Sunday Open Houses Map By Neighborhoods
Click on a neighborhood for a Map

River Oaks
Memorial & Spring
Tanglewood / Brairgrove / Galleria
West University / Rice / Museum / Medical Center
Upper Kirby / Neartown / Memorial Park / Heights
Bellaire / Meyerland
Briargrove Park / Energy Corridor
Greater Houston / Galveston


Azalea is the name given to the various spectacular flowering shrubs (genus Rhododendron) of the Heath family that are in full bloom each spring in Houston, Texas. These showy flowers flourish at seven Houston locations in varying shades of pink, purple, white, red, and yellow and are a magnificent sight to behold.

These are the homes that will be on the Azalea Trail

1. River Oaks Garden Club Forum of Civics – 2503 Westheimer Road
2. Bayou Bend Gardens, Philadelphia Hall -Enter at 2940 Lazy Lane or One Westcott
3. Rienzi – 1406 Kirby
4. Home & Gardens – 3606 Chevy Chase
5. Home & Gardens – 3637 Del Monte
6. Home & Gardens – 3617 Inwood Drive
7. Home & Gardens – 3650 Inwood Drive

Ticket Information
DATES
March 5, 6, and 7, 2010
HOURS
11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
TICKETS
Seven Admissions……………

$20.00

Sales before March 1………..
$15.00
Single Site Admission……….(available at each entrance)
$5.00
TICKET LOCATIONSRiver Oaks Garden Club Forum of Civics 2503 Westheimer Road Houston, Texas 77098 713.523.2483
The Arbor Gate in Tomball, TexasAnother Place In TimeBering’s – both locations Condon Gardens Cornelius Nurseries The Empty Vase Garden GateMuseum of Fine Arts Bayou BendRiver Oaks Plant HouseTanglwood Gifts and Stationery Teas Nursery Thompson + Hansen Leisure Learning Unlimited RandallsRice Epicurean
  • No admission charge for children 12 and under. No refunds on tickets.
  • Wheelchair access not available in private homes and gardens.
  • Restroom facilities are not available in private homes and gardens.
  • Restrooms are available at Bayou Bend.
River Oaks Garden Club is a member of The Garden Club of America and was founded in 1927. The club has made many contributions to the Houston community in the areas of conservation, horticulture, education, and civic beautification. Proceeds from The Azalea Trail support these ongoing projects:

• Maintenance of the River Oaks Garden Club Forum of Civics Building and Gardens (the gardens are open to the public).

• Maintenance of the 14-acre gardens of Bayou bend, the former estate of Miss Ima Hogg and now the Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

• Continuation of the Bayou Bend Gardens Endowment, a charitable trust for the perpetual maintenance of the gardens. The endowment is also supported by public contributions.

• Hosting of the annual Sadie Gwin Blackburn Environmental Seminar, which is open to the public (admission is free).

• Publication of A Garden Book for Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast.


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