#GreatFlood2016

 

By now you have heard of the flooding that has devastated Louisiana and the families that call it home.  What many of you don’t know is that Louisiana was my and my husband’s home for the better part of 4 years.  Families from all over the state took us in and immediately treated us as their own while we attended college at Nicholls State University, in Thibodaux, LA.  (#GeauxColonels) To say seeing them suffer is heart breaking would be an understatement.

 

That’s why I’m doing what I can to give back! After seeing a couple different posts of shirts and accounts with the intention of providing relief, I decided not only to order some for us, but to also assemble as much information as I could find for others to give back,…

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The TAMU Bus route will be changing this fall!

Changes will include on-campus AND off-campus routes.  There will also be two NEW routes, some altered and eliminated stops, plus 5 new buses!  All changes will take effect August 15, 2016.

 

Take a look below to see what's coming:

http://transport.tamu.edu/Transit/service.aspx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Let's say 4 years ago you and your spouse bought your first home.. you were so excited!  Fast forward to now, and your family has grown. Your cute first home is now a little cramped.

*That's ok!*

 

Here are some tips for first-time sellers:

1. Price it realistically from the start - with my help, we will set a listing price that is competitive and attracts the right buyer.

2. Marketing can be costly ... for ME! That's right, for me! When you list your house with me, my fee already includes the cost to market your home for MAXIMUM exposure, professional photos.. the peace of mind that you're in good hands is free ; )

3. Remove any and all clutter - this allows the buyer to picture themselves in the home, which is ultimately…

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Home inspection

A Home Inspection Could Save You Thousands!

Becoming a home owner is one of the largest investments that you will ever make. To protect yourself against unpleasent surprises and future difficulties, you should have a home inspection before you purchase the property. Whether you are buying new construction or a resale, a proper home inspection will give you the information and confidence that you need to make informed decisions.

 The inspection reoprt will cover a wide variety of topics from structure to fireplaces. For more information on what an inspection should cover click here. If an inspector reports a major deficiency in the house you plan to purchase, there are several courses of action you can take. If you are in the "option period"…

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