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To our valued clients, friends, and TLG family,

The health and well-being of our clients, team members, and partners remains our top priority as we continue to deliver the highest quality of service you have come to expect from our team. We are committed to providing you with a customizable and convenient TLG Experience designed to suit your individual needs and wants so you can fulfill your dream of selling, buying, or investing in a home.

For clients who are looking for a more secure and convenient experience in buying or selling a home, we offer a variety of virtual or digital solutions, including, but not limited to:

For our clients who would like to schedule in-person home tours or consultations, our team is continuing to offer these services when possible, while still following the recommended CDC and WHO guidelines for safety. Please note that in-person home tours or consultations may not be possible in all counties. Most of the 9 counties in the Greater Houston area have issued some kind of “Stay At Home” order for its residents, and each county has defined what is considered as ‘essential business’ in its territory.

In Harris County, real estate services are considered as an essential service that can continue to operate during the “Stay Home-Work Safe” order that went into effect at 11:59 p.m., Tuesday, March 24.

The following section from the order applies to Harris County, which includes the City of Houston:

Professional services, such as legal or accounting services, insurances services, and “real estate services” when necessary to assist in compliance with legally mandated activities or to further Essential Businesses, Essential Government functions, or Critical Infrastructure.

You may also go here to see the complete order:

If you would like to check whether real estate qualifies as an essential service in your county, we have provided the following links for reference:

(There are currently no shelter-in-place orders for Waller County)

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has also issued its own guidance on what it deems an “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce”, which includes “residential and commercial real estate services, including settlement services” as a part of “Other Community – or Government-Based Operations and Essential Functions” permitted  to conduct business during the COVID-19 response.

You can read the full Guidance on the Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce for more information.


As we continue to serve our community, our team is also actively taking the necessary preventative measures as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and local governments.


Please feel free to contact us at or 281-861-4624.

As always, we are privileged to serve you and our community.