patricia feager: Bridlewood Farms in Flower Mound, TX - 01/27/18 07:07 PM
Bridlewood Farms in Flower Mound is a lovely established subdivision. Besides horses and custom homes, prospective buyers who love to golf will enjoy Bridlewood Golf Club designed by D. A. Weibring, a five time winner on the PGA Tour. Beautiful to look at fairways surrounding each green, rolling terrain, grass swales, and a balance of challenging holes keeps golfers on the Golf Course experiencing a complete golf experience that is truly enjoyable.
The course begins at 4000 W Windsor Drive off of FM 1171. Check their website for bookings as they have many corporate outings and charitable events. Here … (9 comments)

patricia feager: The Secret Life of ActiveRain Bloggers - 01/26/18 12:25 AM

I thought a lot lately about what makes ActiveRain so unique. I can sum it up in one word: Membership. When you think about it, members have written more than a million (perhaps a billion) words and shared so much more than just real estate news. These are personal blog stories and life experiences of REAL PEOPLE. This is not fiction. It is a compilation of  events, news stories, information, education, inspiration, and articles by people in the Real Estate Industry who have lived and some who have died. Their words are now … (41 comments)

patricia feager: Highland Village, TX Balloon Festival 2018 - 01/25/18 09:34 PM
An occasional annual event that occurs near Flower Mound, TX, bordering the City of Highland Village, surrounded by Lantana, Copper Canyon, and Double Oak is the Highland Village Balloon Festival. This Fall it will be held on August 17-19, 2018. 
Although the event is planned, balloon launching is always subject to weather conditions. Over the years we have had some terrific balloon launchings and at other times attendees just enjoyed the camaraderie of neighbors and friends. You can always make friends in Highland Village/Flower Mound and other neighboring communities where the smiles are always friendly and warm. It's a great … (13 comments)

patricia feager: About Timber Creek in Flower Mound, TX - 01/22/18 04:59 AM
There are many reasons why people like to live in the Timber Creek subdivision of Flower Mound, TX in Denton County. There are multi-use trails, playground, picnic tables, tennis courts, and neighborhood homes. In addition to multiple pre-schools, there is Timber Creek Elementary and Lamar Middle School. 
Click on the map for Timber Creek or if the link doesn't work, you can see this corner of Flower Mound's world closer below
Kids may walk through the trails around Duck Pond to get to school. They love to explore and see the ducks at Duck Pond and imagine what kind of people  animals, reptiles, and … (8 comments)

patricia feager: Moving On? "Every Walk Is A Sort of Crusade" - 01/21/18 07:55 AM
Author: Patricia Feager 1/21/2017

"Every walk is a sort of crusade" --- Thoreau
When we are young we have hopes and dreams. Every new step is a discovery into a new world. It is this stage of life when perceptions are formed. Some things are imaginary; some things are real.
Perceptions change over time. Consumers are often led to believe something that isn't true. In Real Estate, it is fun to take a journey on the Internet or Social Media to look at houses and form possibilities of where you would like to live or if you are a seller … (14 comments)

patricia feager: Surviving the Winter Blues in Flower Mound, TX - 01/17/18 12:13 PM
Author: Patricia Feager, 1/17/18
Just like people's eating habits change in winter, bird diets do too! In order to survive without insects and berries, birds depend on what's available. A little help from the humans goes a long way to ensure survival of our fine feathered friends. Days are shorter. Nights longer. In the cold of winter, things go dormant. Birds don't just get to shop at Walmart's or Pet Stores, or prop their feet up in front of a cozy fireplace. Nor do they get to stock up like a squirrel. What do birds need … (18 comments)

patricia feager: River Walk at Park Central In Flower Mound - 01/13/18 12:47 AM
After years of planning, River Walk at Park Central Community in Flower Mound is nearly complete. The hard work is already done - Texas Presbyterian Hospital is up and running. On Saturday, 2/3/18 there will be a free women's health screening event and the guest speaker will be Elizabeth Smart. 
For the past three years we have had heroic women come to Flower Mound Riverwalk at Park Central, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital to share their personal life stories. Flower Mound is a community that believes in empowering women. 
New to River Walk at Park Central is the Courtyard Marriott. … (6 comments)

patricia feager: The Dallas Arboretum is Something Special - 01/10/18 01:00 PM
Author: Patricia Feager, REALTOR®
Something special to do when you live in Flower Mound or any city in the Dallas Metroplex is to visit the Dallas Arboretum. If you're moving to TX and you love flowers, you can see what plants grow best for any season. The gardens are managed by Volunteers who have a deep appreciation for gardening. You will find all of the volunteers dedicated to maintaining the grounds to make it especially appealing to visitors. All volunteers are knowledgeable and willing to help you make the best of use of your time. As a member, you can attend special events … (20 comments)

patricia feager: Lessons on Leadership - Only the Brave - 01/09/18 06:11 PM
Author: Patricia Feager, REALTOR®
Last night, I received a pass for a free screening for "Only the Brave." It was a private viewing and I thought I'd share some insights I gained from this tear-jerker movie that occurred on and before June 30, 2013.
This is the true story about the first Granite Mountain Hotshots, a team of elite firefighters based in Prescott, AZ. Though tragic and heart-breaking, I left the theater focusing on Leadership. I highly recommend everyone see the movie. Not to give away the great performance by actors, or well-written account by Brendan J McDonough, here are some thoughts to … (47 comments)

patricia feager: AR's Community Guidelines - 01/07/18 10:37 PM
Author: Patricia Feager, REALTOR®
The guidepost for Best Practices for AR's Community Guidelines has been passed down through the ages. It is called "The Golden Rules," Whatsoever ye would that others should do to you, do ye even so to them. For this is the law of the prophets. In other words, "Do unto others, as you would have them do unto you." ---- Matthew 7:12
AR Community Guidelines provides the responsibility for each member to adhere to because the survivorship of the platform is counting on individual trustworthiness. A topic of significant interest is as follows:
"The ActiveRain community and real estate industry as a whole … (13 comments)

patricia feager: Are You Stripping & Causing Embarrassment? - 01/06/18 02:08 AM
Author: Patricia Feager, REALTOR®
Communication speaks for itself. You're either clear or you are not. Sending Email and Text strips the way you speak. It is all about the tone and grammar counts too. Brevity causes blunders and mistakes. Seriously, are you stripping and causing embarrassment? Even if you think you are the best, it is what other people think and how you come across to others that really makes a difference. Perception makes you acceptable, rude, or looking stupid. 
When words are stripped down it is easy to misinterpret messages. Documentation may or may not be urgent but … (15 comments)

patricia feager: It's A Wonderful Life - 12/30/17 04:31 PM
Prose by Patricia Feager, REALTOR®
If you woke up breathing this morning,
stood on your feet and had something to eat today,
If you brushed your teeth,
had something to drink and went to the bathroom,
If you have shoes without holes,
a blanket to keep you warm and you're not living in the dark,
If you can recall having something to smile about,
had someone to love and learned to forgive,
If you had someone to talk to today,
felt emotion in a good way and didn't hurt anyone,
IT'S A WONDERFUL … (34 comments)

patricia feager: Memories of Montana Skies - 12/10/17 10:10 AM
Be though the rainbow in the storm of life.
The evening beam that smiles the clouds away, and tints tomorrow
with prophetic ray. --- Lord Byron
I love taking photographs of places I go and things that I see. This shot was taken with me standing on the top of a cliff looking through the pine trees in Montana in September, 2017. Wildfires were burning at the time but in this brief moment, I smelled the pine. Clouds with threats of rain were welcoming. Yes! In the middle of nowhere, I was participating in the rain dance, hoping for … (18 comments)

patricia feager: Simple Gifts For the Holiday - 12/09/17 08:28 AM
Give the gift of smiling and acknowledge people when you meet them in passing. A warm smile can warm up a heart. Some people need it desperately. Don't be offended if the person doesn't smile back. Gifts are meant to give without expecting anything back in return.
Giving away unwanted stuff is nice to do. But! Wouldn't it be better yet to purchase something new and give it away to children in the hospital or safe places for people who are homeless or homes for abused women? 
Just about every neighborhood has a house where there is a … (39 comments)

patricia feager: It's Not What You See, It's What you Believe - 12/07/17 08:50 AM
by Patricia Feager, 12/7/2017
The following are local Cell Photo sightings. Sometimes, it's not what you see that catches your eyes, it's what you believe. Enjoy the air you breathe. Don't worry about the quality of your Cell Phone camera. The weather is, what it will be. We must not wait until tomorrow to take action. Press on! Together, on ActiveRain we share information. Be aware of your surroundings. Invest in health and education. Pay attention to body language, especially your own. What are you waiting for? Take initiatives, including training. Most … (23 comments)

patricia feager: Christmas Miracles - 12/04/17 06:53 AM
by Patricia Feager, 12/4/2017
The most memorable Christmas holiday for me was in December, 1973. Due to pregnancy complications, my daughter and I weren’t released from the hospital until 10 days later, on the 24th day of December. I was thankful for my neighbor who gave us his car to drive to the hospital in time for her to be born and for letting us have his car to come home from the hospital. Winter and cars in Chicago can be unpredictable, just like the birth of a baby. A miracle is … (55 comments)

patricia feager: 2 Major Things An Agent Needs to Do Now - 12/03/17 11:15 AM
The foundation for healthy living is developing and maintaining healthy habits. To be successful in business one must be physically, emotionally, and financially healthy. Being in the Real Estate Industry, you're dealing with people's lives, including your own. Moving is stressful. Agents are in the moving business and moving has a direct impact on all lives. Whenever there is death of a loved one, divorce, changes in financial status, job gain/loss, health issues, personal relationships, pursuing educational goals that involves family members (including yourself), chronic ill conditions, pregnancy, accidents … (25 comments)

patricia feager: Oh Christmas Tree & Things I Don't Want to Miss - 12/02/17 06:27 AM
by Patricia Feager, 12/2/2017
Dedicated to Dick Greenberg & anyone else like Endre Barath, Jr., or Michael Jacobs who may need some smiles and some laughter today..
Christmas is the spirit of giving without a thought of getting.
It is happiness because we see joy in people. It is forgetting self and finding
time for others. It is discarding the meaningless and stressing the true values.
--- Thomas S Monson
This beautiful tree is on display at the Shops of Legacy in Plano. With so much emphasis on shopping on-line, I wanted to share the things I would miss if I sat on my butt shopping on line and the things I'd … (23 comments)

patricia feager: All God's Creatures Great & Small - I Am Thankful - 11/27/17 09:28 PM
by Patricia Feager 11/27/2017
I give thanks for all God's creatures, great and small. The following photos were taken at Japanese Gardens at Fort Worth Botanical Gardens on 11/25/2017. I am thankful for all God's creatures, great and small. 
Creatures like this live freely upon this earth in harmony with humans. None of them are in a cage, locked up behind bars, they are not domestic pets, and they all live without being in captivity. Have you ever noticed that when a human comes upon a squirrel, many will stop and look you straight in the eye? Some will even pose, like the … (32 comments)

patricia feager: Giving Thanks Doesn't Have to End - Right? (Day 2) - 11/26/17 09:45 PM
by Patricia Feager 11/27/2017
I am thankful for trees. They are forever giving back to the community. Sometimes they have to shake and loose their leaves to get noticed, but I notice that without trees, the earth would be bare. I could bearly stand it if they disappeared. While visiting the Japanese Gardens in Fort Worth, TX on Saturday, 11/25/17, I took notice of the beauty of trees.

Leaves may change and fall to the ground, but they are never really gone completely. Truly, I am thankful for the trees and their leaves and the happy homes they give to birds and squirrels … (13 comments)

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Patricia Feager, MBA, CRS, GRI,MRP

Selling Homes Changing Lives

Southlake, TX

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Address: 2900 W Southlake Blvd, Suite 180, Southlake, TX, 76092

Mobile: (469) 951-4758

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I enjoy selling residential properties in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. I began my career in January 2003 full time and never regretted my decision to become self-employed. I have built my business by referrals and repeat business. I care enough to provide quality service to succeed in business. My passion is understanding the needs of the people who want to buy and sell Real Estate. I'm an advocate for education.




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