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SWRE Real Estate
10030 Cedardale Dr. Houston, TX 77055
Phone: 713-470-2161

Email: homes@markfuller.net

Testimonials

"Mark and his team worked hard for our home sale. They provided good advice, good ideas, good strategies...and lots and lots of time putting our home in front of potential buyers. And, we really liked them and enjoyed our frequent phone discussions." A. Colglazier 11/7/17
"We worked with all staff members of the Fuller Team and couldn’t have been happier in our decision. As first time homebuyers, Mark and Anna helped answer any questions we had and even gave recommendations of people to help us after we purchased our house. They were prompt in getting us answers about any property we looked at or we were interested in buying. They made the buying process easy and effortless and their buyer pamphlet for us was full of useful information that we never would have thought of. " A. Sharkody 3/24/18
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Swamplot Houston RE News

You’ll find informative and entertaining stories about Houston real estate 

Coastal Defense Experts Say Ike Dike Won’t Be Enough Without a Backup Wall


With the public comment period underway on the Ike Dike proposal the Army Corps issued last month, Rice University scientist Jim Blackburn weighs in on the project: “We think that there is too much remaining surge exposure,” he tells the Chronicle‘s Nick Powell on behalf of the research team he heads. Why’s that? “The storms that are being analyzed by the Corps are, in my opinion, too small,” Blackburn says. “They’re just not making landfall at the worst locations, with the type of wind fields and characteristics we’re seeing.” Had the Corps’ methodology accounted for a worst-case storm, says Blackburn, its analysts would’ve seen that the projects they proposed — 70 miles worth of walls and gates between High Island and San Luis Pass — are inadequate without a key addition: an upstream gate that’d run across the middle of Galveston Bay, further shielding the Ship Channel and its adjacencies from floodwaters. “We are going to argue that to any governmental entity that is interested,” says Blackburn, adding, “I think we need options. If all of our eggs are in a $30 billion federal appropriation, that just sounds too risky to me.” One key selling point for the gate: It could be built in about half the time the other proposals would take and at a fraction of their cost, says Blackburn, between $3 billion to $5 billion. [Houston Chronicle ($); previously on Swamplot] Map of Ike Dike proposal: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers … Read More

Second Ward Warehouse Redo Construction Underway; Officials Hopeful for Federal Harvey Recovery Aid Funds Within the Month


Developer Breaks Ground on Second Ward Warehouse Redo Between Commerce and Canal St. [HBJ ($), previously on Swamplot] Construction Underway on Four-Story Senior Living Apartments on Augusta Pines Dr. in Spring [Houston Chronicle] Bike Sharing Service Adds Five Stations to Texas Southern University Campus [Houston Chronicle] City Council Reaffirms League City’s Palomino Bridge Project as Residents Object [Community Impact] Interview with Rice’s Jim Blackburn on How Katy Prairie Landowners Could Help Houston Fight Flooding [Houston Chronicle] Officials Hopeful for $1B Federal Harvey Recovery Aid Within the Month [Texas Monitor] Florida Company Removes Woodlands Waterway Cruisers Damaged in Harvey [Houston Chronicle] Travis St. in Midtown Among Tex-Mex Chain Fajita Pete’s 10 New Locations [Restaurant News] City of Pearland Considers Resident’s Proposed 3.75 Acre Animal Slaughterhouse on Garden Rd. [Houston Chronicle] Photo of Elgin St. at Main St.: Marc Longoria via Swamplot Flickr Pool … Read More
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