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1500 Old Tract Road, Pflugerville TX 78660

Looking for a gorgeous home in Pflugerville? Call 512.590.1833 to schedule a showing. 

Super cute starter home or investment. Sits on large interior lot with mature shade trees. Open floor plan features a cozy fireplace in the spacious family room open to the kitchen area. High vaulted ceiling with beams, bright and airy with slider doors to the huge back yard. Master with new shower/tub tile and accent. Double vanity and 2 closets perfect to get ready for your day. Just installed carpet & fresh paint. Great location, schools. Near shopping, entertainment & restaurants. Welcome home.

Local Information:

  •        City of Pflugerville Website
  •        Pflugerville ISD
  •        State Elected
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508 Clear Spring Lane, Leander, TX 78641

Looking for a beautiful home in Leander? Call  512-590-1833 to schedule a showing. 


Cute starter home or investment property. 1 story, nice upgrades, new paint, in/out, recently replaced HVAC system, laminate flooring & carpet just installed. Nice large family room w/big picture window to enjoy the lush back yard. Great working kitchen is open to the eat in Breakfast nook. The extended decking is the perfect place to enjoy BBQ’s and friends. Home comes with nice washer/dryer/Refrigerator. Excellent schools, close to shopping, entertainment, near large park & Metro-link. Welcome Home.

Local Information:

  • City of Leander Website
  • Leander ISD
  • State Elected Officials

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Tax day, April 17, 2018 is just around the corner.  Whether you plan to complete them in a weekend or are pulling together the information to give to your tax preparer, here are a few tips to get started!

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Parents, it is time to start thinking about enrolling your kiddos into summer camps!  Check out this 2018 Summer Camp guide broken down into categories of interest.  Also included is a Packing List and a Camp Care Package checklist to print out.

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Are you not sure what times of the year to take care of items inside and outside of your home??? I have you covered with this 2018 Maintenance guide that is broken down into the months to help you stay on top of home ownership!

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Austin Accolades 2018

Austin is the best place to live in the U.S in 2017 - U.S News & World Report; Feb 2017

Austin's economy is the nation's fastest growing among large cities - Wallethub; Oct 2017

Austin is one of the 10 best cities to raise a family - Smartasset; Feb 2017

Austin is the No. 1 U.S city on global ranking of the 100 best cities for millennials based on business ecosystem, affordability, openness and recreation.- Nestpick; April 2017

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Not sure if 2018 is the year for you to buy a home?  Read this article as it explains the top reasons why buying is still a good time in 2018.  But don't wait too long as predictions set the tone "the more buyers wait, the more expensive it will get to buy- not just because of home prices but because of inflationary pressure".

1. Rates are going up

2. Prices are climbing, but not crazy fast

3. Inventory levels will begin to increase

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Just wanted to send a reminder that Homestead Exemptions are Due by April 30th.

Homestead exemptions remove part of your home's value from taxation. If you want to receive a homestead exemption for the taxes on your home, the home must first qualify as a residence homestead on January 1 of the year in which you are applying.

There are two requirements:

  1. You must own your home on January 1. (If you are over 65,and/or disabled the January 1 ownership and residency are not required.)

  2. You must use the home as your principal residence on January 1.

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As you search for a new home, it's always a good idea to factor in the closing costs so you can properly plan and manage your finances. In general, you can expect to pay 2-5% of the purchase price in closing costs, not including the down payment.

Closing costs can include the following:

  • Down Payments
    0-20% of the purchase price depending on your qualifications and loan choice
  • Earnest Money Deposit 
    The money put down when a contract is written - it usually goes into an escrow account
  • Lender Fees 
    Includes charges for loan processing, underwriting and preparation
  • Third-party Fees 
    Includes charges for insurance, title insurance, title search, appraisal fees and other inspections
  • Government Fees 
    Includes deed recording and state mortgage
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