October Real Estate & Contact-Free Halloween HTX


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This townhome was immaculately remodeled by its current owner. The house will rival most new construction without rivaling the price tag. Nestled in a well-kept community with pool and gated access, owners have countless restaurants and Owners are including lots of extras like the marble kitchen island, atrium lighting, and tv mounts. It’s rare to find a townhome in this condition, with pool, and unmatched walkability at this price point.

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New Rental Alert! Remodeled unit in heart of Woodland Heights! Spacious floor plan with gourmet kitchen. Close to walking/biking trails. Minutes to coffee and restaurants in the Heights and Washington Ave. Enjoy the perfect location in Houston!

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Rare opportunity to build your dream home on this 13,400 square foot lot on one of the most desirable streets in prestigious Garden Oaks. This is one of the last oversized lots with original home that has not been developed. Inventory for a lot this size in this area is exceptionally low, and this opportunity won’t last long!

For more information contact Ryan or click here!

This unit only has one neighbor next door with a shared wall which makes it a special find. The Mark is a full-service building and a wonderful place to call home! Perfect for those looking to downsize to a maintenance free lifestyle or even a second home. Make this one yours before someone else does!

For more information contact Tara or click here!

Luxury living in Westchase District. Stunning finishes include gourmet kitchens, hardwood flooring and open layout. Spacious bedrooms with oversized closets. Gated community with private park. Currently leased for $2400/month through 5/31/2021. Available as single investment or as a package with 12260 Oxford Crescent.

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Halloween is going to look a little different this year. These 3 ideas will help you and others be extra safe while still enjoying the holiday.

Photo Courtesy of Easymove

Virtual Scary Movie Night – Netflix and Hulu both have watch party features

Covid-19 Trick or Treat – Organize within your neighborhood or even just your street and leave small candy goodie bags at each home. This way everyone gets treats contact free!

Halloween Decoration Contest – Have some friendly competition with your neighbors to see who can put out the best halloween decorations



With social distancing still in effect, Halloween parties aren’t happening. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t make a festive recipe for you and your family! Try out this spooky recipe and show us your results using #ulrrecipes on Instagram!


  • 6 snack-size rice krispie treats
  • 3 cup white chocolate chips
  • black edible piping gel or icing
  • optional: red food coloring


  1. Unwrap rice krispie treats and set aside. Place white chocolate chips in a microwave-safe bowl and microwave on half power for 2 minutes. Stir and return to microwave for 20 seconds at a time (still on half power) stirring after each until chocolate is completely melted and smooth.
  2. Dip rice krispie treats in the chocolate being sure to coat the front and sides (the back side can remain uncovered). Place uncovered-side-down on a foil-lined plate or small baking sheet.
  3. Repeat process with remaining rice krispie treats. Transfer plate/baking sheet to fridge or freezer to cool for 2-3 minutes.
  4. While treats are cooling, spoon melted white chocolate into a small zip lock bag. Remove treats from fridge/freezer. Use scissors to snip off a tiny bit of one bottom corner of the chocolate-filled bag, then drizzle chocolate in a random pattern over the treats to create the look of mummy wrapping. Return treats to fridge or freezer for 1-2 minutes.
  5. Pipe two dots onto each rice krispie treat to create mummy eyes. (Optional step, dip a Q-tip in red food coloring and dap two dots onto the rice krispie treats before adding the eyes to create a creepy “bloodshot” look.) Serve or store in airtight container up to 1 week.

You can view the full recipe here.

Photo Courtesy of Creme de la Crumb