International trade specialist takes Mills Branch 3BD

Medium 59a4246ef8f36e53b5e7ca0629750f01 Casey Ellen Laycock and her husband, James, acquired a three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home at 3326 Kings Mountain Drive in Kingwood from Housing and Urban Development on Nov. 15.

The home is valued at $139,798.

The 2,101-square-foot house, which was built in 1992, is in the Mills Branch subdivision. The house is valued at $139,798.

Ms. Laycock is an international trade and development professional. She previously was an elections lead officer and a financial analyst at the Department of Local Affairs in Colorado. She was also an environmental project intern at the Institute for Environmental Solutions and an international operations intern at Premier Bank.

She attended the University of Denver and Texas A&M University.

According to, there have been 1,292 home sales in Kingwood during the past 12 months.

Address: 3326 Kings Mountain Drive
Buyer(s): Casey Ellen Laycock (and others) and James Christian Laycock (and others)
Seller(s): Secretary Of Housing Urban Development (and others) and Us Department Housing Urban Development (and others)
Sale date: Nov. 15, 2010