First federal agents hit this $1.5 million dollar home on Albans near Rice Village Friday morning just after 9.
The FBI enlisted HPD and a hazardous materials team to go inside and look for what could possibly be components to an explosive device.
Chris Pancheris who lives in the area says, "I heard some kind of bomb parts. "
Neighbors were surprised but not completely shocked by what appeared to be a seige by federal agents in their upscale neighborhood.
Only minutes after agents hit the Albans street house another squad entered a $1.2 million dollar home on Fall River in Memorial.
All of the properties are owned by Houston art management expert Cecily Horton.
The Rice area home also has Andrew Schneck listed as an owner.
The FBI also confirmed they served a sealed search warrant on a condo owned by Horton in Bryan.
It's where neighbors say Horton has a son who attends college.
FBI officials would not comment on allegations of anyone receiving components to a possible bomb at any of the addresses. However, FBI agent Shauna Dunlap did say no one has been arrested. She also said and the public is not in any danger despite men in white suits in two different neighborhoods in Houston.
Dunlap says, "we are taking extra precautions...for the public and our personnel. "