The City of College Station City’s Tree Preservation Ordinance Purpose states:
Are you ready to have to get a permit to cut a tree? Are you ready to APPLY for a permit to grade your property if there is a tree larger than 8 inches in diameter?
If you are outside the City Limits think you don’t have to worry? Sorry – right now the draft says –
Yes, there are some exemptions. Yes this is only a draft. BUT, will this become law for the City of College Station? Do we need more regulation to limit real estate development? Do we need more governmental interference?
Remember in 2009 the College Station City Council has landlords registering their properties if they are renting – with a fee of course. This College Station Tree Ordinance is just ONE MORE…..
Selling a home in Bryan or College Station, Texas or other location in the Brazos Valley is heavily dependant on pricing your home properly and picking an agent that will create an “online market presence” for your home. As a home seller, you need to be aware that the market in Bryan College Station and many other Texas communities has changed over the last three and a half years. We are no longer in a strong seller’s market.
When selling a home in Bryan College Station, Tx, it pays to have a pro in your corner representing you. It pays to hire a well educated, top professional at Century 21 Beal.
** 85% of all buyers are finding their homes on the Internet. Is your Bryan College Station home being advertised on the web?