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Holiday Tips for Decorating Your Mantel

Sat, 16 Dec 2017 by Steve Klein


Every year homes in Leander TX are dressed up for the holidays. One of the most iconic seasonal images is a beautifully decorated fireplace mantel. Use these tips to create a stunning mantel display that reflects your own personal holiday style:

Fun Events to Celebrate the Holidays in Georgetown TX

Mon, 11 Dec 2017 by Steve Klein


During the holiday season, some people can’t wait to see the spectacular light displays on many Georgetown, TX homes, while others look forward to attending seasonal performances or taking their kids to see Santa. Whatever your preference, here are just a few highlights of the many options available:

Is Fall the Right Season to Buy a New Home?

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 by Steve Klein


Choosing the right property is the first obstacle to overcome when buying homes in Liberty Hill TX. Real estate markets are always changing. So knowing when to buy has a big impact on the price you pay and your ability to find the perfect home. So is fall the right season to buy your new home?

4 Easy Steps to a Well-Organized Garage

Sat, 28 Oct 2017 by Steve Klein

Homes in Leander TX
Garages provide a versatile and functional space for homes in Leander TX. But many home owners simply use their garages as depositories for the things they want to keep out of the house.

Georgetowns Main Street Program Receives National Accreditation

Wed, 30 Aug 2017 by Steve Klein


Many families choose Georgetown TX homes in traditional neighborhood settings that feature lush one acre lots with panoramic views of the Hill Country. These communities are only minutes from downtown Georgetown and its charming Main Street historic district.

Georgetown Receives $200K Grant to Expand Trail at San Gabriel Park

Mon, 31 Jul 2017 by Steve Klein

Buyers of Georgetown TX homes will be able to enjoy more amenities at San Gabriel Park in the coming months, including an expanded trail for walking, jogging and biking. The near half-mile concrete trail will be extended thanks to a $200,000 grant Georgetown has received from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.