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Real Estate Agent - BCR (Brazosland Classic Realty)
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Want to restore old cars in privacy? Want to put some miles between you and the pavement? Want a lower tax bill? Then come home to 5.34 acres of your own! There is a 40' by 60' metal workshop ready to house your restoration projects. There is plenty of room to spread out, as this land has road fr...
10/13/2009
When I visited with my friends after listing their home last August, I advised them that their sale might be a long and difficult one because of the age of their single wide mobile home. It was built in 1977. Looking around, I could see that many loving touches had been added over the 30 years th...
06/18/2008
Several weeks ago, during a routine home inspection of a new home in Bryan, Texas, the inspector told my first time home buyer client that the left side of the soffit did not have vent holes, like were present on the right hand side.  It became an issue of concern to my buyer...why were the vents...
04/23/2008
As of late December 2007, we are blessed to now refer property management and leasing  requests in-house. Realtor® Mary Derkowski, with many years of local experience in the Bryan/College Station Real Estate Market since 1983, has  joined our firm as the Property Manager.  She brought with her th...
04/22/2008
Welcome Parents!  We're glad that you made the effort to come to the place which we call home -- Aggieland in the Brazos Valley.  College Station welcomes you and so do we at Classic Realty/GMAC Real Estate, your source for Aggie Student Homes!  As you may know, Parents' Weekend in Aggieland is a...
04/11/2008
Today’s Home Buyers in College Station, Texas, who are perusing the real estate and homes for sale, can expect to find a diverse offering. There are many great homes on the market at this time. The current inventory ranges from one bedroom one bathroom condos to luxury homes in south College Stat...
02/22/2008
The words were music to our ears, “Yes, we still have some money we can use for them, since they contacted me earlier.” This is what Mary Lou said while speaking with her on behalf of my clients recently.  She was favorable towards working with them since they were within the guidelines for the p...
02/21/2008
To continue the saga, my Russian e-mail correspondent’s next question was whether or not he could buy real property while holding an H1-b Visa (employer sponsored visa).  With the fair housing laws playing in my mind, I checked with legal counsel for confirmation.  The official answer is yes, an ...
02/20/2008
The e-mail notifying me that he signed my guest book arrived on Monday.  He had visited my website some hours earlier.  In responding to his e-mail, it was apparent that the location was unusual.  It said “...@mail.ru.”  A quick Google search reveal that ".ru" is Russian internet provider. A reas...
02/19/2008
When home buying clients in Bryan / College Station, Texas ask me whether or not they should get a new survey, I give them their options. They can utilize the seller’s old survey, typically saving $460.00 plus tax, or they can get a new one.  THE  PRO’s:   for reusing the old survey.  It saves ti...
11/15/2007
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