November 17, 2010

Forest Ridge College Station Super Principal

[youtube][/youtube] Last night I was privileged to attend a PTO fundraiser at Barnes and Noble Book Store for Forest Ridge Elementary where my daughter attends school! It was a wonderful fundraiser for our school with Barnes and Noble donating a portion of the night’s sales to Forest Ridge. There were activities for the children and we enjoyed story time with our principal, Terresa Katt, who read a story about a llama. College Station ISD is […]
November 16, 2010

Castlegate Fall Festival 2010

[youtube][/youtube] What a wondeful day we had last Saturday at the Castlegate Fall Festival. There were fun activities like train rides, a bounce house, face painting and great food! The College Station fire department came out and let the children climb into the fire engine which was a favorite for a lot of kids! Unfortunately the petting zoo and pony rides did not happen as the company took a wrong turn(to say the least) and […]
November 8, 2010

Castlegate Fall Festival This Saturday, Nov 13th 4-6

[youtube][/youtube][youtube] Being a realtor, many times my Saturdays are filled with showing properties and hosting open houses.  Luckily, I have this weekend off to enjoy some time with my family! I am very excited to be attending the Castlegate Fall Festival in the park from 4-6 this Saturday, November 13th.  There will be hot dogs and drinks,  face painting, a petting zoo, pony rides, train rides, and a great pumpkin patch to take some fall […]
November 8, 2010

Routine Maintenance Tips for a Happy Home

[youtube][/youtube] Remembering a few simple routine maintenance tips can help keep your most critical home appliances and systems in good working condition and keep you living in a Happy Home. For all your REAL ESTATE needs call Kathy Massey @ 979-777-3399, Century 21 Beal College Station, TX
November 5, 2010

Visiting Ancient Cultures Without Ever Leaving College Station

[youtube][/youtube] You can not put a price on the experiences I have being a Realtor in Bryan/College Station! I get to see beautiful homes and meet amazing people. In addition to that, I am able to set my own schedule which affords me the opportunity to attend my children’s activities and spend time volunteering
October 24, 2010

Foreclosure Lawsuit Soap Box – What is Yours?

I’m struggling with understanding the latest foreclosure lawsuits and maybe someone out there can help me understand. The CNN Money article and news report explains a little about how all the Robo-Signing lawsuit and foreclosure moretorium started. What I don’t understand is why the family who “started it all” feel they have the right to stay in the home
October 20, 2010

Foreclosures in Bryan College Station Coming to a Halt?

Bank of America ramped back up their foreclosure process in 23 judicial foreclosure states according to the Wall Street Journal. What does that mean for Texas? Not much since we are not a judicial foreclosure state but it does mean that they believe they have the right and the documentation in place to move forward with foreclosures. I have not seen much of a slow down with foreclosures or the foreclosure sales process in Bryan […]
July 14, 2010

How to Present Your College Station Home in its Best Light

Many of the College Station residents I’ve spoken with recently are faced with the decision to sell their home; for some, this can be a worrisome issue.  But this process does not have to be as stressful as it seems!  A recurring question is, “How will my home do on the market?”  As I’ve mentioned recently, it is a buyer’s market, so it is imperative for a seller to present the best product possible if they want to get a good […]
July 7, 2010

Tips for Staging your College Station Home, Ensuring a Faster Sale

When I am selling a Bryan/College Station home, I always offer tips to the seller concerning how to put their home in the best light for showings. First impressions are lasting impressions. And in soft market times, it is important to show your listing at its best advantage.