Posts Categorized: Houston

Ali Palacios – Lesbian Houston Real Estate Agent

Do you need assistance in the following? Give me a call – Real estate sales and purchases – Home staging – Local real estate market reports – Local real estate market expertise and guidance – Real estate professional referrals (for those moving to another state or country) – Real estate leasing (commercial, industrial, retail, residential… Read more »

Best Cities for LGBT Seniors: #15 – Houston, Texas


Houston has rapidly become one of the most diverse cities in the country and along with that has come a thriving and generally tolerant environment for its LGBT residents. Houston is home to the Greater Houston LGBT Chamber of Commerce and there is widespread support for gay and lesbian owned businesses, many of which are… Read more »

Featured Gay Friendly Real Estate Agent: Ron Foster, Houston, Texas

Periodically we’ll feature one of our real estate professionals here to let our readers know about some great Realtors, Mortgage Brokers, and Other Real Estate Professionals. Ron is the Broker/Owner of his own Houston real estate firm. Whether you’re buying or selling property in the Houston real estate market, you must to have confidence in… Read more »

Houston Wants to Bring More Residents Downtown

For Krishnan Iyer, moving downtown meant a lot of things: Not having to use his car in auto-dependent Houston, being able to walk to work, to restaurants, to the movies. The 34-year-old consultant left The Woodlands two years ago for a one-bedroom apartment in the Post Rice Lofts at Main and Texas and hasn’t looked… Read more »

What’s the Best Gayborhood in Texas?

Long-time Montrose residents love to complain how gentrification has ruined the neighborhood. Iconic gay bar Mary’s is now high-end coffee shop Blacksmith. Tex-Mex classic Felix is now an outpost of hip Austin-based Japanese restaurant Uchi. The old Fiesta has been torn down. There are fewer tattoo parlors, vintage stores and sex shops than there used… Read more »

Houston’s Gayborhood Saved?

Rumors swept through Montrose Monday that iconic bars South Beach and JR’s have been sold to real estate developers — another nail in the coffin for a neighborhood that many fear is swiftly losing its reputation as the epicenter of Houston’s gay community.