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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 

When I'm working with a buyer I like to be able to get them the best price and terms possible for them.  Many buyers are concerned about how to get the best price possible.  There are several ways to achieve the lowest possible price.1) Be preapproved and have your loan in place subject to the pr...
Posted over 7 years ago
You searched for the perfect home and found it!  Slight problem, you can't buy without your current home selling.  Is it time to write a contingency offer?Think hard about whether or not you want to write that contingency.  There are things you need to know about a contingency offer before you ev...
Posted over 7 years ago
2007 is promising to be the year of the blogger as ActiveRain is introducing Localism.com.  Designed for consumers this site will be rich with area photos and local information.  Clients will get to have a real look at the town that they are considering relocating to as well as meet some of the a...
Posted over 7 years ago
I get many clients that call me to sell their home that have bought directly from the builder.  In many of these situations I find that we are repairing, at our cost, minor code violations or sloppy workmanship from the builder.There are quite a few things the buyer needs to know when working wit...
Posted over 7 years ago
College Station, like many smaller communities doesn't have a high crime rate.  We did, for one brief moment in time have the Great C Thief.  The C Thief will live on in infamy with many of us....The C theif went around the city taking capital C's.  We're talking a discriminating thief that only ...
Posted over 7 years ago
A home protection plan, or what we manytimes call a warranty is a policy that typically costs less than $500 a year in our market.  With one of these plans in place if the buyers air conditioning breaks down, or their dishwasher dies they pay a deductable (usually about $60) and the item is repai...
Posted over 7 years ago
In Bryan/College Station we have many condominium projects.  They scale many price ranges and can be a simple apartment like complex, to a very nice condominium with granite countertops, high ceilings, tile and wood flooring and huge walk in closets.These condominimiums are, at this point, mostly...
Posted over 7 years ago
 . Years ago Bryan, Texas was a thriving metropolis.  Settled by members of Stephen F. Austins colony in the late 1820's, Bryan enjoyed excellent growth.  In 1902 The Carnegie Library was added to to the town with a $10,000 grant from Andrew Carnegie, and in the 1950's the population exceeded 18,...
Posted over 7 years ago
The Bluegreen Corporation, based out of Boca Raton, Florida has began development on a new community in the area.  Zoned to the Iola School District, the new King Oaks will have 430 lots available on this new 935 acre property with pricing starting in the 40's and going up to the mid 70's.  For t...
Posted over 7 years ago
Early this year DR Horton headed into College Station with a splash.  Signs went up and promotions abounded.  Their first subdivision they built in was called Dove Crossing.  On December 19th KBTX, one of our local TV stations ran a story about DR Horton and how they have attempted, largely unsuc...
Posted over 7 years ago
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Chris Tesch

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