February 3, 2014

Century 21 Beal Tops Brazos Valley Real Estate Market

The numbers are in, and Century 21 Beal has posted yet ANOTHER year as the leader of the Brazos Valley Real Estate Market! Across almost all categories Century 21 lead other local real estate firms by 1-2% of total volume. Here’s how the numbers came out: Century 21 Beal posted market leading numbers in both number of properties sold and number of properties listed in all property types. In the real estate business, money talks. […]
October 24, 2013

Comments From A Client

Mrs. Madeline Stiles is part of what makes Century 21 Beal the number 1 real estate choice in the Brazos Valley. Recently one of her clients sent her this message: Dear Madeline, Thank you very much for assisting us in the sale of our house.  We have no doubt that the reason it sold so quickly in a normally slow time of the year is largely due to your marketing efforts, your willingness to put […]
October 15, 2013

Gold is on the Rise in B/CS!

Gold is on the rise! Century 21 Beal is doing better than ever this year. MLS data from September is out shows that our team is dominating the residential real estate market in the Brazos Valley! We closed nearly 18% of all real estate transactions during the month of September in the Bryan/College Station market. That’s over 4% more than our closest competitor! For all new listings during September in the Brazos Valley we accounted […]
September 24, 2013

Tailgate Tips to Save Your Wallet

There’s no season like Aggie football season! After the unparalleled success of Texas A&M’s first year in the Southeastern Conference, football games at Kyle Field are bound to become the highlight of your Fall. This season’s action is just ramping up with some exciting match-ups over the next few months! But where there are sports, there are people spending hundreds on food supplies and fan gear. The cost can easily add up unless you follow […]
August 13, 2013

Downtown Bryan Welcomes Changes

If you have ever visited historic Downtown Bryan, you have seen the iconic LaSalle Hotel. Towering yet charming, this boutique hotel welcomes guests with a nostalgic feel and all the class that comes with “southern hospitality” The hotel has been owned by the city of Bryan since 2001, but has been around since 1928. It earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places back in 2000 and has brought tourists and visitors to […]
July 15, 2013

Texas A&M President Steps Down

Students at Texas A&M University can expect to see some changes at their new school this year. In a news release published by Texas A&M University, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin announced his plans to resign as President in the beginning of next year. In a statement published by the Houston Chronicle, Loftin said, “my greatest joy has always been found in our students, That being said, I do miss the opportunity to teach and do […]
July 3, 2013

Beat the Heat and Stay Cool This Summer

    The Fourth of July is upon us, and summer celebrations are in full swing in the Brazos Valley. Summer is a time for backyard barbecue, pool parties, vacations and lazy days, a time to get out and enjoy life. But summer is also the deadliest time of the year in our area. Texas is known for being hot, and College Station is no exception. With temperatures soaring past 100, it’s more important than ever […]
July 1, 2013

The Times, They Are A’ Changing`

The twin cities of Bryan/College Station have fallen headlong into very exciting times. The slow and gradual growth of the cities since the days of A&M College of Texas is about to be put into high gear, and the pioneer of most of the changes happening around Aggieland is, not surprisingly, Texas A&M University. A number of factors are responsible for this higher-than-normal speed of growth and development. Primary among these is the university’s initiative […]
May 6, 2013

Storm Shelter in Brazos Valley

When it comes to your family’s safety, you always pray for the best, but sometimes you have to prepare for the worst. Luckily here in the Brazos Valley we are safe from a lot of the inclement weather that folks in other parts of the country have to look out for. However we are still at risk of tornados touching down and causing havoc. If you and your family have ever discussed the possibility of […]