Fulshear Lakes (Fulshear, TX)
Nestled charmingly in the serene landscape of Fulshear, Texas, Fulshear Lakes shines as the newest gem in the crown of Sam Yager Incorporated (SYI). With an impressive legacy of nearly three decades dedicated to crafting exceptional master-planned communities, SYI has rightfully earned its reputation in the industry. Their portfolio boasts remarkable projects like Harper’s Preserve, Falcon Landing, Memorial Springs, Summer Lakes, and Summer Park, each showcasing their unwavering dedication to quality. Fulshear Lakes Homes for sale perfectly embody this commitment by seamlessly blending modern living with the natural beauty of its surroundings.A Symphony of Architecture and LandscapeDiscover the irresistible charm of Fulshear Lakes, where the peaceful Bessie Creek winds its way through t...
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By Shayne Stone, "Your Rock Solid Choice Realtor" RETIRED
(HomeSmart)
Why it is Important to Drain Your Water HeaterWe are so used to getting hot water in our home without a thought, until something goes wrong with our water heater, or it stops working. A cold shower or a leak can take us by surprise and are signs that the water heater is not working properly. This can happen when we neglect to periodically drain it. A water heater needs to be drained and flushed as part of its maintenance routine. Why is this so important? Over time sediment from minerals and other deposits in the water build up in the bottom of the tank, called scaling, and can lead to a clog in the valves which can cause leaks and corrosion. This can result in poor heating efficiency and costly repairs. Drainage helps flush out the sediment that can cause malfunction and makes it easie...
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By Shayne Stone, "Your Rock Solid Choice Realtor" RETIRED
(HomeSmart)
Home Renovations that Offer the Best ROI for ResaleAre you looking to sell your home and concerned about its resale value? If you last updated, upgraded, or refurbished a while ago, your home could show signs of wear and tear that could negatively impact the sale when you try to appeal to buyers. Whether you have a large or limited budget, you can make the much-needed changes that can increase the value of your home and attract home buyers. Here is a list of top-rated home renovation ideas that offer the best ROI for resale.Boosting Curb Appeal—It’s always best to begin with the exterior, as that will be noticed first. You may choose only to repaint and clean up the yard. To increase the value even more, you should consider larger renovations. Some examples are a new garage or front doo...
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By Shayne Stone, "Your Rock Solid Choice Realtor" RETIRED
(HomeSmart)
It May Be Time To Consider a Newly Built HomeIf you're looking to buy a house, you may find todays limited supply of homes available for sale challenging. When housing inventory is as low as it is right now, it can feel like a bit of an uphill battle to find the perfect home for you because there just isn't that much to choose from. If you need to open up your pool of options, it may be time to consider a newly built home. According to the latest data from the U.S. Census, there's positive news when it comes to new home construction. When you look at the first three months of this year, you'll find:  More new homes were completed and are ready to sell. This gives you more move-in-ready options for your search. Builders broke ground and started construction on more single-family homes. T...
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By Shayne Stone, "Your Rock Solid Choice Realtor" RETIRED
(HomeSmart)
There's been some concern lately that the housing market is headed for a crash. And given some of the affordability challenges in the housing market, along with a lot of recession talk in the media, its easy enough to understand why that worry has come up.But the data clearly shows todays market is very different than it was before the housing crash in 2008. Rest assured, this isnt a repeat of what happened back then. Heres why.Its Harder To Get a Loan NowIt was much easier to get a home loan during the lead-up to the 2008 housing crisis than it is today. Back then, banks had different lending standards, making it easy for just about anyone to qualify for a home loan or refinance an existing one. As a result, lending institutions took on much greater risk in both the person and the mort...
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