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5 Ways to Make Your Home Safe for Trick-or-Treaters

Keeping our children safe while trick-or-treating is always a top priority, but do you ever think about making sure that your home is safe and exciting for those trick-or-treaters.  Below are 5 ways to make your home safe for trick-or-treaters. Keep your pets safe and comfortable–  You may have the sweetest, friendliest dog around, but […]

Dear Jen . . . What’s the Difference Between a Townhome, Condo, and Patio Home?

Dear Jen, My name is Judy and I am a recent resident of College Station. I lost my husband in the fall of 2015 and moved here to be with my daughter and her family at the end of last year. I decided to rent until I had a feel for the area and knew for sure […]

Dear Jen . . . Easing The Anxiety of Moving

Dear Jen, My name is Brittany and my husband and I met when we came to school at Texas A&M.  We both assumed that we would get our degrees and start our careers and a family in a larger town.  We continue to see that sometimes God’s plan for us is not the same as […]

Interested In Flipping Houses in Bryan/College Station, Texas?

Dear Jen, My name is Phillip and my wife and I just moved to the area to be closer to our grandkids.  I retired in the fall of 2015 at the age of 67.  Frankly, retirement is not what I expected and I often find myself looking for things to do during the day. My […]

For Sale by Owner (FSBO) — Is It Worth It?

In 2016, the Bryan/College Station real estate climate could easily have been labeled as a “Seller’s Market”.  So in today’s sales area, where home prices are on the rise and the total amount of inventory is shrinking, many homeowners may think about trying to sell their home on their own—known in the industry as a […]

2017 Bryan/College Station, TX Real Estate Market Update

Balanced.  This is the word that best describes Bryan/College Station’s Residential Real Estate market in 2016.  Balanced. It has been quite a journey from the Buyer’s Market that began in late 2008/early 2009, through the 2013 shift to the Seller’s Market of 2014 and 2015, to where we are today. Let’s begin by taking a […]

Winterizing Your Home

Dear Jen, My name is Dorothy – but everyone calls me Dot – and I am new to the area.  I’ve read your home and real estate advice in the magazines at my doctor’s office and am hoping that you can help me with some advice before winter sneaks up on us!  I just moved […]

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 […]

7 Home Hacks Every First-Time Homeowner Should Know

When it comes to being a first-time homeowner, there are lessons that family, friends and even neighbors will share with you; to make your transition from tenant to owner/occupant smoother.  And while many of these “life lessons learned” revolve around choosing the right home or finding the best mortgage lender, other helpful insights are situational…meaning, […]

April Showers Bring May Flowers

“April Showers Bring May Flowers”. And while that may be true for those of us that live in this part of the Lone Star State, we often get showers (sometimes too much rain) throughout the entire month of May as well.  So it may seem a bit odd to talk about water conservation during a […]

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