solar power: Solar Power on the White House roof? Yes We Can! - 02/24/10 12:46 AM
For all the talk of going green by this administration, it seems that it would be somewhat appropriate to (re)install solar systems on America's house ----  the White House. 
After a lot of talk by other people of having the solar equipment put back up, a gentleman by the name of Tor Valenza made a further suggestion that the Solar Industry could get it done.  After reading the blog post, I contacted Tor and suggested that we get a lot more people aware and involved in the project.  I volunteered to handle the promotion for the project. 
It only makes sense … (9 comments)

solar power: Put the King on Your Virtual Team - 10/20/09 01:00 PM
(Before you read this, stick your tongue FIRMLY in your cheek. Contains serious self-aggrandizement and self promotion with a twist, help for your business.)
Yep, its true.  I'm the King of Green builders on AR.  Top ranked builder in Texas, the 3rd overall on AR, but the #1 builder when it comes to "green" construction and alternative energy.
It's 3 days short of my 1 year anniversary as King (or guru).  Here's the post where the coronation took place:
Mike has just proclaimed himself the "Home Building Guru in Residence" for the AR Community!  
Being King does … (3 comments)

solar power: Monster Land Auction in Fannin County - 06/20/09 05:57 PM
I have around 570 acres in 6 parcels that I will be auctioning off the weekend of 6/27 & 6/28 in Fannin County, Texas (One is in Cass County).

The details at at my new website:  
These are all rural properties, ranging in size from 34 to currently 161 acres.  There's a possibility of adding another 550 acres
Each of these will qualify as a Solar Certified property, which means that buyers of these properties will be able to purchase solar equipment for any new construction on these sites for up to an 80% discount!
Here's the really cool … (2 comments)

solar power: Historic Granbury: Last of the JO Ranch - 11/17/08 04:56 AM
UP for AUCTION: This is it folks, the last of the JO Ranch. 
Approximately 4.3 acres overlooking Scenic View Estates and Lake Granbury. Bidding starts at $75,000.00
Hill top views less than 100 yds from the lake.
Tree topped bluff overlooking surrounding area and lake 4.3 acres with pond, trees, over 50 feet of elevation Next to another 7 plus acres of undeveloped land Old horse barn and corral Power and water utilities are available Dramatic building sites for either a single level or a split level home built into the hillside Can be subdivided Close in to Granbury Across … (5 comments)

solar power: Woods, Wildlife and Wow! 15+ Wooded acres in NE Texas, optional Solar powered cabin - 11/17/08 03:02 AM
Cass County, Texas (South of Texarkana).
Approximately 15.143 acres of rolling woodland, with Ag Exemption: $29,900.00
This secluded property is tucked away in a nice quiet area with similarly sized properties.
Neighbors report lots of wildlife, deer Approximately 75% in timber Electric on property Community water supply available at road Seasonal creek Rolling terrain, over 50ft. of elevation Great house sites Can be dammed up to create a 1/2 to 3 acre pond, excavation services available Has a clearing for power lines, great for wildlife watching, hunting Has Ag (Timber) tax exemption All surrounding property in timber execpt for extreme … (2 comments)

solar power: Need to sell? Raise the price! What???? - 10/25/08 07:18 AM
Yep, you read right.  Raise the price!
Of course, you don't do this on just any property.  What you do is give the buyers a reason to buy THAT house. 
And that reason today is energy. 
My company has launched a new program in Texas to retro-fit alternative energy packages to existing homes.   By doing this, your property or listing will get the first-look, stand-out attention it needs. 

Photo courtesy of  Picture is not indicative of a typical installation.
Not all homes will qualify for the program, mostly due to installation limitations of the home. There are … (5 comments)

solar power: Autumn in Texas, and everything is turning green - 10/23/08 04:30 AM
I love this time of year!  I live in Fannin County, NE of Dallas about 80 miles, between Sherman and Paris.  Another 20 miles north and you could call me an Okie!  I office out of my home and have a huge set of plate glass windows in my second story office that look out directly into the surrounding native trees.  The leaves are turning, the temp is a crisp 55.
And my business is turning green!  I'm a RE broker, but my main business is building alternative materials and alternative energy homes.  And I have about 80 clients who want … (4 comments)

Mick Michaud, Your Texas Lifestyle is Here! (Distinctly Texas Lifestyle Properties, LLC  Office:682/498-3107)

Mick Michaud

Your Texas Lifestyle is Here!

Granbury, TX

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Distinctly Texas Lifestyle Properties, LLC Office:682/498-3107

Address: P.O. Box 1221, Granbury, TX, 76048

Mobile: 214/783-8533

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Thoughts on the real estate profession and property owner rights in America, energy efficient building, green homes, alternative fuels, alternative materials and freedom to make personal lifestyle choices free from abusive governmental interference.



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