Tips for Updating the Look of an Older Home Using Lighting When I was a young man, I remember most of the lighting used in homes was either indirect, by table lamps or hanging light fixtures. Although these forms of lighting had a sense of beauty, they were a poor source of washing painted wall surfaces and getting a sense of the true paint color. They were also difficult to read by unless one was right by the fixture which was hot and uncomfortable. Today, modern media such as computer screens and LED televisions in our homes are much easier on our eyes if we use the proper type of lighting to illuminate the room. One can give a stunning new look and feel to an older home by adding recessed lighting. Many times, homeowners shy…
Tell Butler , Realtor®
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Tell Butler | Bio
Born and raised in Bryan, Texas, Tell grew up working for his family’s business, Butler Industries, Inc., a leading local construction firm. Tell worked hard and learned how to satisfy the needs of company clients with an uncompromising commitment to integrity.
Tell graduated from The Hankamer Business School at Baylor University with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance & Economics. Upon graduation, Tell leveraged his education and experience to begin his career in Real Estate as an agent with The E. W. Schultz Company. In this capacity, Tell gained experience in residential real estate sales and development. Tell later obtained his Broker's license and moved back into the family business where he became the principal broker for company owned Butler Realty, Inc., until his father’s retirement.
Desiring more education, Tell began to work on his master’s degree in the Land Development Program at TAMU. While working towards completion, Tell began as a student worker and was promoted to several administrative positions at Texas A&M. As the Director of Facilities, Vice Chancellor, College of Engineering (COE), Tell led project teams in over $650M of TAMU projects for the COE including the move of a nuclear reactor, the first Public Private Partnership of a technical lab building in Texas and design of The Zachry Engineering Education Complex, the largest academic facility at Texas A&M. The persistence and determination Tell learned during these times, helped to sharpen his skills in communication, leadership and negotiation.
Tell proudly joined the TM5 Properties team alongside his wife Susan who is a seasoned Realtor®. Working together as the Butler Group, Tell and Susan love the Brazos Valley and are passionate about sharing their knowledge of real estate.
Let Tell’s market knowledge, experience, communication skills and desire to provide superior customer service work for you to ensure a professional and seamless real estate transaction.