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Information about our wonderful cities, Bryan & College Station, Texas as well as the surrounding areas of Wellborn, Millican, Franklin, Caldwell, Iola, Normangee, Navasota, North Zulch and Madisonville. General information about all facets of real estate.

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2006 

The College Station City Council is contemplating installing red light cameras and held a forum with Terry Childers, deputy city manager on November 20.  Research is ongoing and an ordinance making running red lights a civil penalty if reported by camera is being considered.  If the civil penalty...
Posted over 7 years ago
Though national analysts are predictig a 11.5 decline in housing this year and a further decline of 11.7 in 2007 the housing market looks sunny and bright for Texas.  Over two million more people have made Texas their home this decade, and it's not expected to slow anytime soon.  According to Mar...
Posted over 7 years ago
Well, it's time for hot chocolate and caroling in the Brazos Valley.  Are you new to the area and needing to know the hot places to go?November 28th- Christmas by Candlelight, Christ United Methodist Church.  Holiday benefit with music and great food ( the desserts are supposed to be heavenly!). ...
Posted over 7 years ago
The Aggies won their last game, so I'll use this opportunity to brag about our sports here in Brazos Valley.  With A&M right here we have excellent opportunities for sports watching for all sports fans!  College Station itself has a population of around 82K, but our Kyle Field, home of Aggie foot...
Posted over 7 years ago
Last spring a very nice reporter with the Wall Street Journal came to our little town to write a story.  Ahead of time he had asked if he could see some homes on the market.  "Absolutely" was my answer.  The agreed day and time arrived and I asked him what type of homes he wanted to see.  "Anythi...
Posted over 7 years ago
Real estate prices are appreciating moderately currently in Texas.  We never have, and probably never will, see the double digit gains that other states saw recently, but this makes us much less likely to have a price correction in our near future!  One of our high growth specialties currently is...
Posted over 7 years ago
For 2006 Texans saw an increase in investors from other states.  Bryan/College Station was no exception.  Our duplex prices were the first to be inflated from the newfound money sources.  Duplexes that were selling for 179,000 in 2005, were suddenly, in spring of 2006 selling for 239,000.  These ...
Posted over 7 years ago
Fall started out very slow with buyers hanging back and sellers standing their ground.  Since early October we have seen a definate increase in buyers, most of them motivated and not wanting to wait until spring (fairly unusual this time of year).  Lower mortgage rates and an expected future incr...
Posted over 7 years ago
College Station's very beginning highlights what happens when a community is built around a college, instead of a college being put in a town.  The railroad throught the area was completed in 1860 and in 1871 the site was chosen for A&M.  College Station didn't come into being until after the cam...
Posted over 7 years ago
Positioned almost central in the great state of Texas is a beautiful community with access to fine arts, major medical facilities and cutting edge research centers.  Bryan and College Station, also known as Research Valley has a vibrant local economy and is gearing up for more robust growth.In th...
Posted over 7 years ago
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Chris Tesch

College Station, Texas Real Estate
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