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To have a successful garage sale, follow the few simple tips below:• Gather up inventory• Investigate the area• Set the date• Throw out the leftovers• Promote, present and publicize• Prepare and price items• Arrange the area• Engage your customers on the big day• When it’s all said and done (afte...
07/18/2012
Granite countertops are a top-quality option for your home. As a rock, granite is extremely dense. It is difficult to damage. It is an abundant resource on our earth’s surface, and because of its abundance, it is affordable. An individual installing a new granite countertop into their home might ...
07/17/2012
It is imperative that you take a step back and logically assess your property when you decide to sell your home.  A real estate agent can help you determine a fair value for your home up front by suggesting a listing price. Overpricing and underpricing are both dangerous. In order to make this de...
07/13/2012
With the value of education constantly rising, more and more emphasis is placed on the schools a child attends. Money magazine named College Station, TX the most educated city in the state. Texas A&M has an accredited educational program and student teachers often infiltrate the Bryan, College St...
07/11/2012
    When Texas A&M left the Big 12 there were mixed responses. Not only were they leaving behind a history with the Big 12 and a traditional rivalry with UT, they were also leaving the universities of the state of Texas offended and hurt. UT still refuses to schedule future athletic competitions....
07/09/2012
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Take care of your address change well in advance. Make one big to-do list for moving preparation and moving day. Start planning what you want the rooms in your new house to look like. If you plan to use professional movers, don’t forget to call in advance and set up a day that works for you and f...
06/25/2012
·When you are shopping for a new home, there are many small and large decisions and details to be worked out in the process.·Typical threats to your home include things such as fire, lightning, wind and hail, freezing of plumbing, smoke, theft, explosion, and falling objects.·There are certain th...
06/21/2012
Homeowners Associations in Texas have been mostly unregulated by the state government until recently with the passing of new bills through the legislature. A large percentage of Texas property owners are affected by HOAs, thus these new regulations are going to affect many homeowners. HOAs are ge...
06/20/2012
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There are a variety of things that you can do to make your home even more appealing to buyers. Buyers are eager. Sprucing up your home by doing a bit of summer cleaning will make it irresistible. It is not difficult to follow a few easy steps to set your home in order. Here are several ideas that...
06/18/2012
In College Station, Texas there is a region that lay completely obliterated It is called ‘Disaster City’ and is a training site for hundreds of rescue workers across the state Opened in 1997, Disaster City was a response to terrorists attacks that occurred in Oklahoma and New York city in 1993 a...
06/18/2012
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