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2128 Chestnut Oak - Carter's Crossing 

MLS#18006743   4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms   2,249 sq. ft.   Built 2015

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This beautifully constructed 4 bedroom 2 bathroom in the desirable neighborhood of Carter's Crossing offers an open concept and spilt floor plan with thoughtful attention to detail and a modern farmhouse flair. The spacious living room has a stone fireplace, raised ceilings with stained wooden beams and crown molding. The combined mud room & laundry room is everything you and your family would need with granite countertops, built-ins and tons of cabinets! The kitchen has lovely granite counter tops, tile back splash, stainless steel appliances, pantry, enormous island with an eating bar and lots of

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Come visit me this Sunday from 1-3pm to view this spectacular home in Castlegate II!

Castlegate II is one of College Station’s most sought-after communities! With a resort style pool, multiple parks and access to some of the best school in BCS, Castlegate II is becoming a favorite for families. South College Station is continuing to grow, and living in this community gives the opportunity to be close to the great things coming!

4213 Norwich Drive is a stunning lakefront home with 5 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. This gorgeous Marriott home boasts wood floors throughout the open living room, floor to ceiling stone fireplace with custom built in cabinets, and archways into the living and dining rooms. The look through to the

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Many sellers wonder how to get their home sold as fast as possible, does that ring a bell for you?  Here are some tips to get your home SOLD quickly: 

  1. Price it RIGHT – My job as your REALTOR® is to perform a comparative market analysis that details the most recently sold properties so that when your house is listed, we are using the most accurate pricing data.  Pricing too high will eliminate a pool of available buyers, and pricing too low will be unfair to you as the seller.  Set it right the first time!
  2. Give it curb appeal – I’m sure you’ve seen them around town, those houses that have such a great exterior that you feel compelled to go inside… that’s what we want for your house!  It could include
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College Station is home to Pebble Creek Country Club. Celebrating it’s 25th Anniversary this year, Pebble Creek offers many activities for those wanting to be a member whether you live in the neighborhood or outside the Brazos Valley. The club offers several different memberships to choose from. There are full memberships, social memberships, and non-resident memberships for those who live 35 miles or more from the club. With new renovations being made to the pool this year and with all of the amenities Pebble Creek has to offer, why wouldn’t you want to become a member?  

There is an energetic scene at Pebble Creek. Whether it’s member socials, live music happy hours, parties, or just cocktails and drinks on Friday

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1717 Laura Lane, College Station

MLS#17003361  3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms    1,658 sq. ft.    0.15 acres      Built 1992    Virtual Tour

Great 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home right next to South Knoll Elementary School and only a couple miles from the Texas A&M campus! A beautiful, large tree shades the entire front yard. This split floor plan home features lots of natural light, a gas fireplace, two dining areas, walk in closets in a all the bedrooms, no carpet and a great sized backyard for entertainment. The master suite boasts a raised ceiling, double vanity sink and a garden tub. Come see it today!

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2606 Clearwood Court, College Station

MLS# 17003362    4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms    2,251 sq. ft.    0.23 acres      Built 1978    Virtual Tour

Completely remodeled 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home in Windwood, conveniently located just off of Harvey Road and only a couple of miles from the Texas A&M campus. This unique home is one of a kind! It was thoughtfully remodeled with a new floor plan, fresh exterior paint, granite countertops, dark chocolate cabinetry and new flooring. It features two living areas, two dining areas, vaulted ceilings and french doors! All of the bedrooms are on the right side of the house. The back patio features a pergola, great sized backyard and plenty of space for entertainment. You don't want to miss

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    Why live in Traditions?



There are other communities in town that offer club memberships with residency,  such as Miramont and Pebble Creek, but I for one love Traditions. It’s such a welcoming community with so many amenities. Whether you choose the peace and quiet route, or the active path, you will feel right at home at Traditions. I should know, my family and I are proud members of the club and residents in the neighborhood!

There is a wonderful social scene at Traditions. Whether it’s new member socials, live music happy hours, holiday themed parties, Aggie football watch parties, or just cocktails and drinks on a Wednesday night in the grill, there is always something happening at Traditions.  Members

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Welcome back to Home Buying 101 – Throughout this series I will be detailing the various parts of the transaction process for purchasing a single family home.  My goal is to answer the many questions looming around purchasing, especially for first-time home buyers. If you are just beginning, I recommend starting with Part One: Understanding Equity.



Hopefully when we’ve met for the first time, we have also been able to chat enough that I have an idea of the types of property my customer is looking for.  If so, then I will have scheduled 2-3 properties for us to go see that I have found fitting for the customer’s criteria. 

Before we leave to see those properties, I will go over the Buyer/Tenant

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Welcome to my new blog series, Home Buying 101! I will be detailing the various parts of the transaction process for purchasing a single family home.  My goal is to answer the many questions looming around purchasing, especially for first-time home buyers.


There are a lot of words thrown around when discussing purchasing property.  One of the most confusing concepts for first-time home buyers is equity.  It’s not a dirty word, I swear. 

 Equity in real estate is defined as the difference between the market value of your property and what you owe to the lender for the mortgage.  For example, let’s say the market value of your home is $150,000 and you owe the lender $120,000; that makes your equity $30,0000. 

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Maybe you're tired of renting, maybe you want a "place of your own".  Maybe you want a project you can work on because you've fallen in love with every renovation show on HGTV .. we've all been there.  Or maybe you're ready to take that next step to completely be out on your own.

Regardless of your reasoning, purchasing a home (especially your first one) can takes several steps.  Even if your timeline is closer to 6 months or a year, here are some ways to get prepared:

1. Decide on your budget - this may seem surprising to some, but just because you're approved for a loan amount doesn't always mean you'd be comfortable making the mortgage payment.  It's a good idea to have in mind how much you'd be willing to spend on your

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