texas real estate: Bad Housing / Good news? - 01/27/08 01:05 PM
The wrenching decline of the U.S. housing and credit market is daily Page One news and on T.V every night, can this be a good thing for me?  I heard a fellow agent in my office saying to another agent that she is glad the market is bad, it will weed-out part time & not so good agents.  Can this be true?  Is that what experienced agents’ think of in rough times?

texas real estate: Village Park Condominiums - 11/24/07 11:29 AM
Village Park Condominiums - This development overlooks Blue Hole and San Gabriel Park and is located in a picturesque wooded, river environment. The architecture consists of hand-carved stone columns and large terraces with panoramic views. Located in the heart of Georgetown, these new Condominium and Townhome developments offer upscale living for those who appreciate quality more than quantity. Perfect for the busy professional or retiring empty nester, all of these units maximize the amount of living space while minimizing the yard work!
If you're in love with downtown Georgetown but a condo or townhome just isn't your style, take a closer … (0 comments)

texas real estate: Moving on Tips: - 11/24/07 04:00 AM
  If you're planning on making a move next year, don't wait until the last minute to put your plans in motion. You don't have to spend a fortune preparing your home for sale. In fact, you shouldn't. Concentrate on cost-effective improvements that will give you a good return on your investment. Paint is the least expensive improvement you can make to a home. And, the transformation can occur quickly.
The way your house presents itself from the street (called "curb appeal") is very important. First impressions are lasting. A front gate hanging on a hinge, or peeling trim paint, can cause … (1 comments)

texas real estate: Annual home maintenance checklist:10 Tips - 11/24/07 02:40 AM

Kitchen: Check for leaks under and around the sink. Plumbing leaks can damage cabinetry and floors. Check and repair grout and caulking on tile countertops and around the sink. Also check wear and tear on wood floors, which periodically need to be refinished
· Bathrooms: Check for plumbing leaks and check grout on tiles. If the grout gets worn away water will start getting into the walls behind the bathroom, causing damage.
· Basement: Check for cracks in the foundation and leaks. Buildings settle over time and even after decades of having a dry basement leaks may suddenly occur.

texas real estate: Round Rock - 11/12/07 06:48 AM
Round Rock is on I-35 just 15 minutes north of downtown Austin and 20 miles from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The city's property tax and utility rates are among the lowest in Texas.  The Round Rock Independent School District is one of the state's best with a number of exemplary and blue ribbon schools.
The popular AA Minor League Baseball team, the Round Rock Express, attracts fans from all over Central Texas to the modern Dell Diamond complex. With 34 parks, four golf courses and three area lakes, you could say there’s never a dull moment in Round Rock.
 Round Rock offers a wide … (0 comments)

texas real estate: IPHONE? Any Use it for Real Estate? - 11/07/07 08:01 AM
Well i'm a new Agent & am trying not to make to many "rookie" mistakes, so i have the cool cards, working on my Site as much as possible, but i think i'm gonna have to get a "Super Phone" "smart phone" or what ever they call'em in the business to go along with my SuperSite & supra Key & all the other supa-dupa stuff that comes long with being a Realtor. So anyone using this Iphoe thing for Real Estate & how do you like it? pros/cons? Help a new kid on the block get to the next leave... thank … (2 comments)


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