Plano Real Estate Solution provides information about the local housing markets, neighborhoods, schools, living in and around Plano, TX. Our goal is to help guide the home buyer or seller through the process of buying or selling real estate.
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The Palm Tree - Inspirational Sunday
Richard Yates writes a compelling post on the benefits of reblogging. It is a feature I have put into practice during my days of blogging on Activerain. Sometimes you really don't need to rewrite the article. A true perk of being a Rainmaker on Activerain. Re-Blogging and Beyond The Basics The mo...
Murphy TX Water Restrictions Ease Homeowners in Murphy TX will be happy to learn that the water restrictions imposed by Stage 3 Restricitons are going to be eased a bit. The recent rains received in North Texas has elevated our local lakes namely Lake Lavon and Lake Ray Hubbard to levels at or ab...
Hello Invasive Species - Goodbye Texas Lakes With warm weather upon us our thoughts and attention is returning to the recreational outdoor activities Texans love namely boating on its many lakes. Due to some environmental concerns Texans and anyone else enjoying Texas lakes need to practice envir...
Murphy Home Sales Bringing in the Buyers In the past week alone 14 homes in the city of Murphy went under contract including the one pictured to the left. Currently there are 27 homes under contract with 6 homes S-O-L-D since March 1, 2012. During the entire month of February there were only 12 h...
New Construction is like candy to the eyes of the buyer and the salesperson working for the builder is counting on that desire. Lenn has written a great explanation on the reasons buyers will want to bring along their own agent to represent them in the process from start to finish. Attn: New Home...
Oxalis, a favorite gift plant for St. Patrick's Day. Happy St. Patrick's Day Ya'll
A glorious sight to see on a Friday and just days away from the official first day of Spring. Everywhere around us are the beautiful sights of new life bursting forth in nature. Last year in Dallas we had an unusually cold winter. To-date winter this year has been rather mild in North Texas. The ...