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Musings about life and real estate in College Station and the Brazos Valley. Subjects include College Station and Aggieland real estate, Brazos Valley and College Station real estate market conditions, College Station and Bryan events, and comments and stories about flying and sailing.
I think of myself as an early adopter, but the truth is that I normally let others spend money on the beta stage, before investing myself. Zweiacker & Associates employs an unnamed architectural photographer who's been quietly wearing a Pebble since its early release. In April our property superi...
Dear readers, Thank you for a fantastic 2013, to all of our clients, customers and friends that I've worked with in 2013. Obviously, our year-end numbers aren't complete (we have folks in closings today) but the trend indicates a record year! Moving into 2014, we can look forward to a strengtheni...
Hi everyone, Congratulations to the 7,000+ Texas A&M Students receiving their diplomas in College Station this week. Congratulations to the parents, too! For a complete Texas A&M University Spring Graduation schedule, including graduation dates, times and speakers, please visit Texas A&M Universi...
Hi there, February 16, 2013 is Aggieland Saturday, which is an annual campus-wide open house for prospective Texas A&M students and their families. It’s a busy day, from 9am -3pm, in which the university’s colleges show their best to potential students of all majors. During the open house, visit...
Dear readers, It's another big weekend Bryan College Station, Texas. The entire Texas A&M University community is on watch for the announcement that Heisman Trophy candidate Johnny Manziel won the prize. There are Heisman watch parties scheduled around the area. The Association of Former Students...
Ugh. This is a good example of poor photo planning. Dear readers, Ever fall I deliver a clear message to everyone in my sphere of influence. "Go outside and take some photos of your home, while the grass is green and there are leaves on the trees." There are several good reasons to do this. Prim...
  Dear readers, It's hard to believe the summer is almost over. I noticed school supply lists in our local Wal-Mart, and there are signs of college kids returning to town. There are still some good prices on local condos, throughout the price scale, with a good selection still available. Today th...
Hi everyone, This is the time of year I get melancholy. Over the last three days, The Texas A&M University System's flagship campus graduated over 7,300. Of those, at least four were special friends to our family. It's diffucult not to compare them to our graduation in 1987. The world was ours a...
Welcome to Texas A&M Parents’ WeekendToday is Aggie Ring Day, and marks the beginning of Texas A&M University’s Parents Weekend here in College Station, Texas. Several thousand soon to be Former Students receive rings today. Congratulations!Normally, it would have to be a football weekend to have...
Hi everyone, I hope spring is treating you well. Here in Texas, just northwest of Houston, we've experienced the same mild winter as much of the country. Our good new is the extreme drought, which was killing our trees, fish and fowl, has broken and as of today, most of our tanks and ponds are f...

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