Posts Tagged ‘suburban home’

6 Ways to Create Space for Holiday House Guests

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

I hope you’re having a wonderful fall. The holiday season is full of joys: surprise gifts, delicious meals, colorful lights, and nostalgic movies. But if you’re in charge of hosting out-of-towners, it may not be quite as joyous. Getting to spend more time with visiting family and friends is wonderful, but it can cramp your […]

6 Ways to Refresh Your Bathroom

Thursday, October 11th, 2018

Give your bathroom continuity by matching the cabinet knobs to the shower head and water faucets. And don’t be afraid to explore new options. Hint: brass is back! Retro colors in old bathrooms can be quirky and fun. Usually, though, they just don’t work. Rather than replacing that green tub or pink sink, consider having them […]

When Should You Move Up From Your Starter Home?

Friday, October 5th, 2018

I hope you’re doing great and that back-to-school season was a success if you have kiddos. If you’ve lived in your starter home for a while and it’s beginning to feel cramped, you may be thinking about moving on up. Here are five indicators it may be time to sell your starter home.  One of […]

Fall Staging Tips

Friday, September 28th, 2018

Warm and cozy are the feelings that are most suited for fall decorating. Pumpkins, apple picking, hay rides, cider – they all solicit feelings of comfort. As you prepare for the fall season, consider what needs to be cleaned up for hosting guests, celebrating upcoming holidays, and being comfortable as the weather becomes cooler. If […]

Tiny House

Thursday, August 9th, 2018

Tiny houses are getting more popular around the country as more people decide to downsize their lives.  They’re part of a growing movement that promotes sustainable living, satisfyingly clever storage of shipshape boat living combined with a concern for environmental impact, thriftiness, minimizing possessions, and intentional living. In addition to change of pace,  scale—from the […]

Katy Freeway Noise

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Frustrated by the increasing noise from the Katy Freeway drifting through the Memorial Villages and neighborhoods adjacent to the recently re-built I-10? Please take the time to make two phone calls! There is a possibility of applying rubberized asphalt from 610 to Gessner if the funds are allocated either by the state or the federal […]

Why being a Realtor Matters

Thursday, July 12th, 2012

Just like any business, there are good real estate agents, and there are bad real estate agents.  Most days, I have the privledge of dealing with some pretty fantastic agents who are great advocates for their clients.   Other days, I have to deal with agents who are less than professional.  It is always hard to […]