If you’re selling your home during the holidays you may wonder if you should decorate it, and if so, how. Putting up a few decorations during the holidays will help your home feel warm and inviting. If you tend to cover every surface with decorations, you might go for a lighter touch when your home
Are you thinking about building a new home? For many home buyers, building a new home from the ground up is appealing. Understandably so. You’re able to get what you want rather than live with choices the previous owners made. You have control over paint colors, flooring, energy-efficiency and more. In fact, you’ll be able
Can you picture yourself sipping a glass of wine (or coffee) on your private back deck as you gaze upon natural beauty like big trees, beautiful sunsets and stunning vistas? Would you love to soak in the peace and quiet of country living yet also have easy access to downtown Austin and lots of amenities?
I’d like to talk to you today about one of the most significant decisions you can make in real estate – when to put your home on the market or, in turn, to look for a new home. You may have heard the conventional advice – wait until spring to buy or sell your home.
When you are both buying and selling a home, oftentimes you will want to have the proceeds from the sale of your current residence as the down payment for the next home. Making that work requires a Contingency – you will close on the purchase contingent of the closing of the sale. In the hot
When selling your home, what color should you use to paint the walls if it’s time for an update? I just read an article about grays going out in 2017, and greens and subtle blues taking over. The original article was posted on a UK blog, and was picked up by Inman News. Sometimes I
New housing developments are sprouting up all over the place in Williamson County: Leander, Georgetown, and Liberty Hill are all growing fast. So how do you choose one neighborhood over another? Well, if you are interested in commuting to downtown Austin using the Metrorail, you might like the new neighborhood of Northside Meadows. It is actually
I did something unusual with my time last Saturday… I went to a neighborhood POA (property owner association) meeting, and I don’t even live in the neighborhood. I went along with my client who is buying a lot to build on, so she doesn’t even live in the neighborhood either. However, it was time well spent
One of the biggest concerns buyers have when buying a home is how well the home was built from the foundation up. Probably the most expensive repair you can have is the foundation if it fails, so buyers want to know they are buying a home with a strong foundation. When homes are built, they
There are a number of places to go to find beautiful hill country views near Austin: Spicewood, Wimberley, Lakeway, to name a few. I recently showed a home for sale off Hwy 71 in Spicewood in a neighborhood called Fall Creek Estates. While the neighborhood is a bit secluded, the views are incredible from 1300