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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.
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Dear readers,   March 2010 residential real estate statistics for Bryan College Station are good, and hopefully indicative of the summer sales season. Total monthly sales hit a three-year high, even surpassing March 2008. 2010 sales were $29,116,953 versus only $24,798,570 last year for an incre...
04/14/2010
Dear readers, Tomorrow is going to be a fun day. I've been invited to spend a couple of hours with the brokers and agents at the Keller Williams Conroe / Lake Conroe Market Center talking about technology, new technology and social media. Anyone who spends any time around me already knows that I...
04/08/2010
Dear readers, There is a lot going on this weekend with Chilifest and numerous weddings and birthdays. If you haven't scheduled anything for your Saturday, please consider volunteering for the Don't Mess with Texas Trash-Off. It is a great event that benefits the community, with results you can S...
04/05/2010
Dear readers, Every spring and winter I re-think the advantages of having an office, and how important it is for my broker to have an office. Individually, I feel like offices tend to be a place where some agents hide to avoid getting out and finding clients. When an office has too pleasant of a...
04/02/2010
Dear readers, One of the great things I love about real estate is that you never know where the market is gong to go, next. Today's market has taken me to Wood Brook Condominiums, near the Wolf Pen Creek Entertainment District in College Station, Tx. Wood Brook is a great example of how a good h...
03/31/2010
Dear readers, What happens when one of our area's best photographers, who happens to have a love of wine, decides to make a 90 degree turn in his life? We win! Bryan College Station residents have known Chandler Arden for years as one of the area's best photographers. Reliable and beautiful, his...
03/28/2010
Dear readers, Downtown Bryan was rocking last night. It's not unusual to have 3,000-4,000 folks visit downtown on First Friday or Art Step, but yesterday's crowd was a combination on the beginning of spring (traffic was heavy throughout BCS yesterday), a concert at the Palace Theater and the gra...
03/27/2010
Dear readers,After getting new life from Aggie investors in 2009, the six-year-old Traditions Club is preparing for the long-awaited opening of their new 21,000 square-foot clubhouse this fall. After an official ground breaking in October 2009, and despite a wet winter that has caused constructi...
03/25/2010
  Dear readers,Just a quick note to promote World Down Syndrome Day. Our local group, the Down Syndrome Association of the Brazos Valley, will be having a county fair today at Sue Haswell Park in Bryan, Texas from noon to 4pm. Bring your kids and enjoy an afternoon of games, food and other activ...
03/21/2010
Dear readers,It's spring, and many folks are getting ready to put properties on the market. I spent some time with our team's staging expert yesterday and walked away with these tips: Learn from others - Visit model homes and open houses that are professionally staged in your community. No reason...
03/20/2010
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Musings about life, homes 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 reports, College Station and Bryan events, and comments and stories about flying and sailing.