May 2015

There are 18 blog entries for May 2015.

Whether you’ve got clutter galore or you’re lacking natural light in your space, there’s a hack for that. Many common home design dilemmas can be remedied with simple, practical solutions. Try out some of these clever home design hacks to make the most of your living space:

Keep the Sun Out With UV-Blocking Shades

Summertime Texas heat can warm up a house quick. This is especially true for homes with large, picture-style windows or multiple windows that face the sun as it rises or sets. You can keep your home cool in the summer by hanging up shades that offer ultra violet protection. The Shade Store offers custom blinds and window coverings that help block out UV rays. And, blocking out harmful rays can also help preserve the integrity of your

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Start with a Starter! A perfect buying opportunity on a small budget!

Plus, a PERFECT LOCATION!! Walk, bike, or catch the bus to Texas A&M University and Northgate.   Come home to this bright, clean and cute condo in a quiet Victorian-style complex.

This neat little package is everything you need in a comfortable space:
Each oversized bedroom comes with its own private bath, cozy fireplace centering the roomy living area,
galley style kitchen opening to a serving bar, and enclosed private, lush patio for some relaxation.

Freshly painted bedrooms -- one with a remodeled bath, the other with brand new carpet,
and updated kitchen tile backsplash to add a touch of class.

You can well afford it!
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Beat the heat at the 2015 Bryan Frozen Summer Festival on June 6th with kid-friendly activities, a live animal exhibit and tons of frozen treats.First there was the Bryan Sip and Shop.  Then there was the Bryan-College Station LoudFest.  Now, there is some new kind of fun on the horizon.  It's the 2015 Bryan Frozen Summer Festival!

What: 2015 Bryan Frozen Summer Festival
Where: Brazos Center (3232 Briarcrest Dr)
When: June 6, 2015 9am to 3pm
Admission: FREE
Contact: Lance Moore, Brazos Valley Frozen Summer (979) 219-5683 or via email

What's Happening at the 2015 Bryan Frozen Summer Festival?

Click here to search homes for sale in Bryan-College StationThe Brazos Center will be hosting the 2015 Bryan Frozen Summer Festival on June 6th.  This free event is meant to be enjoyed by all ages.  The family-oriented fun includes visits from some of your favorite movie and cartoon characters.  I have it on good authority that SpongeBob Squarepants, Doc

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Selling your home can difficult sometimes, but can be even more challenging if you do not make a good first impression on your buyers. To avoid having your potential buyers be turned away from your home just at the first impression.

Here are four great ways to keep your potential buyers from turning away from your home! 

1. Make an Enticing Exterior

This includes:
• Moving all toys, bicycles and any other non-essentials away from the house
• Clean the windows until they sparkle
• Check your roof to see if it needs repair, even if it’s only for how it looks
• Adding embellishments like a welcome mat, wreath, or a potted plant
• Give your front door, garage door and gutters a fresh coat of paint
• Make

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When it comes to adding value to your home, some renovations can be more helpful than others. Deciding which projects will add the most value to your home is crucial for those on a budget and looking to maximize selling value. We did some searching and found the five best renovations with the highest return on investments (ROI). 

Replacement Vinyl Siding:

Although this doesn't sound like a major renovation, a $9,000 replacement of siding can $8,000 to the asking price. This results in an 89% ROI.

Major Bathroom Remodel:

Many consider redoing a major bathroom as one of the best renovations you can do. A $13,000 renovation can get a return of $11,000, which is 85%.

Vinyl Window

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 4441 Old College Rd #8108
Bryan, TX 77801

 

 
Come see this 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo located on the A&M Bus route! Bright, Clean and Cute Condo in a quiet Victorian-style complex! 
Freshly painted bedrooms, one with a remodeled bath, the other with brand new carpet. 
  A perfect opportunity on a small budget!
Don't miss this fabulous opportunity!
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If you have used automotive oil from an oil change or used cooking oil you need to dispose of, take it to the Bryan TX Do-It-Yourself Oil Center.Automobiles can be expensive.  Sometimes, it's just not feasible to buy a new one.  Keeping up the maintenance will help curtail the damage of normal wear and tear.  This includes regular oil changes.  Changing your own oil can save you a lot of money.  But what do you do with the old oil you take out of your vehicle?  You can't just dump it for curbside pickup.  Did you know that there was a Bryan TX Do-It-Yourself Oil Center created especially for this need?

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The Bryan TX Do-It-Yourself Oil Center is located on the corner of Dansby Ave and Martin Luther King Blvd in Bryan TX.  The center has been set up specifically for disposal of vehicle and cooking oil created from residential use, not commercial.  You can dispose of as much as 10 gallons of

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Tucked within The Texas Triangle formed by Dallas, Houston and San Antonio is the thriving communities of Bryan and College Station, TX, home to Texas A&M University and the over 50,000 Aggies who call Aggieland home. The housing inventory in Aggieland has never been tighter and home buyers are discovering what the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University explains below:

Recent home price indices (HPI) all indicate another increase in Texas home prices, a trend that will likely continue for a while, says an economist with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.

As long as inventory stays tight, and as long as demand stays high relative to supply, we’re going to keep seeing these kinds of price increases,” said Center Research

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New Pricing!
Manor of Distinction in Saddle Creek
$889,000

18064 Martingale Ct, College Station, TX 77845
MLS #96975


5 Bed / 4 Bath / 5,087 Sq.Ft.

1200 Sq. Ft. Guest Quarters w/ Full kitchen / Workout Studio
And Storm Shelter

Aggieland Realtors
979-846-TEAM (8326)
www.AggielandRealtors.com

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Are you new to the Bryan/College Station area? Are you looking for fun things to do? Here are some fun ideas for new or old residents to experience with friends and family!

Texas A&M Bonfire Memorial
This is something that represents great meaning at Texas A&M University. It is located on campus and is part of the many traditions that are held dear at A&M. This Memorial is dedicated to the lives that were lost the day of the 1999 Bonfire Collapse. It is quite a site to see if you have some spare time on your hands. If you are just interesting in reading up more about it visit it's website right HERE! 

Texas A&M Campus Tours
Texas A&M Campus is a really fun and interesting place to see even if you aren't a student or a prospective student. If you ever

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