Tom's Amarillo, Texas Real Estate Blog

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Real Estate Agent - Keller Williams Realty
Tom Kile is your relocation expert for both Potter County and Randall County, Texas. In Tom's blog you will find community information, current market conditions, real estate trends, and real estate tips and advice. You will also find helpful information for buyers, sellers and homeowners.

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2011 

Now is the perfect time to relocate to Amarillo.  Millions of dollars will be brought to the Amarillo region through wind power.  Cielo Wind Power is trying to beat a deadline to construct the Spinning Spur Wind Ranch, which is expected to reach $70 million in contracts to regional businesses.  ...
10/31/2011
  Many cities have a hard time keeping up with technology. However, Amarillo is keeping up with the times and technology for all citizens and soon-to-be citizens.  It’s one great place to live when you want or need resources for the local community.  Therefore, the City of Amarillo has added the...
10/24/2011
Learning how to maximize the space of a smaller dwelling can be beneficial to homeowners.  The National Association of Homebuilders says the average size of a single family dwelling was 2,268 square feet until 2006 when the average size fell to 2,100 square feet.  Therefore, it is more important...
10/17/2011
Amarillo, TX has made the 2011 list in the American Cowboy magazine’s two best places to live in the West.  The April/May issue of American Cowboy has the featured list which you can also see it on their web site at www.americancowboy.com.  The ideal Western life is all about a place where the f...
10/10/2011
Why choose Downtown Amarillo, TX?  Well, the most obvious answer is the fact that the downtown area has more than 800 single-family residences, which includes the Plemons Eakle neighborhood; a prestigious Historic District.  The entire area is diverse and has homes dating back to the early 1900s...
10/03/2011
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