A Hot Summer for Pet Shelters

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It is an unfortunate truth in life that there are people who abandon their pets. According to the ASPCA, around 6 million animals are turned into shelters per year with approximately 1.5 million of them being euthanized. It is a staggering amount that actually spikes in the summertime. Heritage is a company filled with people who have big hearts. Many of us volunteer with shelters or rescue groups where we eventually bring our…
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Where to Watch the Rockets!

Houston sports are on a red-hot run lately and right now it’s all about the Rockets. The NBA playoffs kickoff on Saturday, and, on Sunday, Game 1 of Rockets v Timberwolves brings the Beard and company to Toyota Center for the beginning of our championship playoff run. In all this excitement, we are all wondering the same thing… Where am I going to watch the Rockets game? Don’t worry, friends. We’ve got a few…
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Building a Family and a Dream Home

Originally from Dallas, Buddy and Beth first moved to Houston when they were expecting their first child. As newcomers to the city, the young couple wanted to be near shopping, parks, restaurants and museums for their first home here. After a short hunt, they chose West University Place, which had a similar feel to their previous home in the Dallas community of Highland Park.

Cut to a few years later and with baby number two on the way, Buddy and Beth both agreed that it…
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Houston House Hunting | The Montrose Fixer-upper

Julie Soefer and Chris Vandewater have long been homeowners – Soefer in Montrose, Vandewater in the Heights. But they’d never bought a house together.

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“We didn’t want one person moving into the other person’s house,” said Soefer, 34. “We’ll start our life together in a house we bought together.”

The self-admitted “HAR browsers” began house hunting on the internet about a year ago. They were on the same page when it came to what they…
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