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November, 2012: SNS Realtor Andrea Sunseri was quoted in
a Bloomberg News piece.
February 5, 2012: SNS Realtor Sue Johnson did it again! She's been
named a 2011 Top Residential Real Estate Professional by the
Houston Business Journal.
She earned her place on HBJ’s 2011 Top 25 Residential Real Estate Professional list for having one of the highest number of transactions in residential real estate in Houston and the surrounding areas. Sue and her assistant, Linda Sivy, completed 67 transactions in 2011!
February 1, 2012: Amanda Ross has rejoined Sand 'N Sea Properties - we're happy to have her back! Click here for more information.
February 12, 2012: Andrea Sunseri was featured in a February 12, 2012 Houston Business Journal feature on Galveston real estate. Read the article here.
February, 2011: Sue Johnson, Broker Associate at Sand `N Sea Properties, has been awarded a 2010 Houston Business Journal Top 25 Residential Real Estate Individuals Award. Out of 26,000 agents in the Houston-Galveston area, Sue ranks #15 in the number of closed transactions. On Galveston Island, she ranks #1. In 2010, she had 61 closings.
Sue credits her success to her supportive husband, Gary, her dedicated assistant, Linda Sivy, and her satisfied clients who continuously expand her business through their referrals.
Sand `N Sea Broker Bert Feinman stated, "I'm delighted by Sue's award, but I'm not surprised. She's one of the hardest working real estate agents I know."
Sue has been a Realtor® for 43 years, and she has been selling Galveston real estate for the last 15 years. She lives in Pirates Beach, and she and Gary are often seen zipping around the subdivision in their (licensed!) golf cart.
Recently, Galveston’s park board trustees agreed to cease their occasional raking of seaweed on West Galveston Island beaches.
Additionally, they tentatively decided to stop trash pickup on West End beaches unless all West End beach-front owners signed easements, fully knowing that 100 percent compliance would never be obtained.
This foolish decision was apparently couched in the head-in-the-mud notion that raking these beaches would violate state laws against improving private property with public funds.
Never mind that much of the public funds are generated by the 15 percent hotel-motel tax levied on West End vacation rentals. In many cases, these taxes amount to more than $7,500 per house per year.