Things We Accomplished in March

Things We Accomplished Since March While it’s easy to think about all of the things we couldn’t do during the pandemic, we’ve decided to jump for joy about all the things we did do! Finished a few puzzles Binge watched TV series Made more meals, less reservations Called our friends and family more Organized our photos on our phones Played more golf (well Bob did) Cleaned out closets (well Cathy did) Donated furniture in the…

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Amidst the Chaos, Cherish Little Moments

Life is just plain crazy these days. But remember, the most positive experiences often come from challenging times. We’ve really enjoyed having our middle son, Tommy, stay with us during the shelter in place mandate, and I now have the time and the opportunity to really listen and engage in meaningful conversations. Bob captured this moment of what has become one of my most cherished evening rituals. Remember to take advantage of the “down time”…

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Our First Austin Home Live

You’re invited to tune into Austin Homes Live — the first-ever live virtual home tour festival featuring listings in Austin’s hottest neighborhoods and an array of expert panel discussions! WHERE: Austin Homes Live (AHL) will be hosted virtually on AUSTINHOMESLIVE.COM and my INSTAGRAM WHEN: May 19, 2020 from 10AM-12PM and 2-4PM CST(our live talk is at 11:45 am) Check for a complete list AHL home tour show times in your inbox soon. Bob and I will be…

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Bob’s Tip: Add Fencing

One of the ways you can really improve the value of your home is with an attractive fence. It not only defines your property but also improves security. I built a “hog wire” fence at our rental house. I chose the open wire design to retain the open view of the yard and house but it still separates the property from the street and neighbor. And it’s affordable. The project cost around $1000 for the…

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DOWNSIZING: Cathy Featured in Better Homes and Gardens

Thinking of downsizing can be stressful. Better Homes & Gardens recently published and article featuring several realtors who specialize in helping homeowners make the transition to a smaller home. I was excited to be one of those who shared their thoughts. Here’s what Itold them. Giving yourself more time can also help you make more informed decisions. You can check out new neighborhoods, states, and even countries. “I recommend to my clients that perhaps they…

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