Committed to giving each and every client a success story to be proud of, Gonzalo Vargas brings more than thirteen years of real estate experience and a reputation for honesty, integrity and expert negotiating skills to Habitation Realty.

Gonzalo is a world traveler, born in Chile and raised as far West as Los Angeles, and as far East as Miami, with friends and family everywhere in between. Now residing in Houston for over 20 years, Gonzalo has developed a true sense of compassion for his hometown, and aspires to share his knowledge and experience in real estate with his clients from all over the world.



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Luxury Houses for Sale in the Houston, TX Area

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HOUSTON — (December 12, 2018) — In a display of textbook seasonality, with the holidays sending consumers into their annual retail frenzy, Houston home sales slowed slightly in November. However, it was not enough to knock the real estate market off its record-setting pace.
According to the latest monthly report from the Houston Association of Realtors® (HAR), 6,159 single-family homes sold in November compared to 6,285 a year earlier, representing a 2.0-percent decline. On a year-to-date basis, home sales are 4.6 percent ahead of 2017’s record volume. Inventory edged up from a 3.6-months supply to 3.9 months.
The median price of a single-family home (the figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half for less) rose 4.4 percent to $235,000 and the average price increased 4.3 percent to $295,084. Both represent the highest prices ever for a November. All housing segments experienced gains except for homes priced at $150,000 and below The best-performing segment was the luxury market, consisting of homes priced at $750,000 and above, which climbed 12.3 percent.
Sales of all property types totaled 7,400 – statistically flat versus last year. November’s total dollar volume increased 3.9 percent to $2.1 billion.
“The Houston housing market remains on track for another record year, which was an almost unimaginable concept when the year began, on the heels of so much devastation from Hurricane Harvey,” said HAR Chair Kenya Burrell-VanWormer with JPMorgan Chase. “As 2018 draws to a close, we see slow but steady growth in the supply of housing as well as a strong job market, which together make for a healthy real estate climate.”