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The Summer “To-Do” List

Well, it’s official.  The 1st Day of Summer is here.  America’s birthday party (July 4th) is right around the corner.  So it’s time to celebrate all that our summer has to offer; using these helpful and handy tips: Put It On the Calendar – As the days get longer, more and more options for fun activities present […]

8 Tips for Selling Your Home Fast

Hire a top-notch sales agent: You need a great agent who knows the market and how to make your home stand out above the rest. Consider this: an agent that invests in your property through expensive marketing has a vested interest in getting your home sold quickly. Price it Right: The number one thing that sells a […]

5 Clever Security Tricks to Fool Any Burglar

You don’t have to install a pricey or crazy security system to feel safer in your home. Here are some low- and no-cost ways to keep burglars at bay. Don’t sleep alone: If you’re sleeping solo these days, take your car’s remote control to bed with you. If you hear suspicious noises, push the remote’s “panic” button and […]

Fall & Winter Clean Up: Gardening Guide

Growing season is winding down, but your garden still needs your love. Spent vines, stubborn weeds, greens gone to seed are making your garden look sloppy and tired. Here are some fall vegetable garden cleanup tips. Bury the dead Nothing looks sadder than leggy tomato vines, yellow zucchini leaves, and dried-up perennials that long ago displayed their […]

Home Health: Maintaining Your Slab

The Brazos Valley and many areas in Texas has a high clay soil content. You may think that this means we have more potters and sculpture artists and while that may (or may not) be true, it also means that we have to take special care of our home’s foundation. Our home inspectors have explained […]

Rent Vs. Buy – An Investors look on Aggieland

We live in a highly transient community with a large section of our population moving within 5-10 years. Some of these move within the community, others move away after their college careers are over. Regardless, the constantly changing community of Bryan / College Station has our real estate market in a healthy, happy place. As […]

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