Cedar Creek Country Home



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This is awesome custom manufactured home located in High View Ranch subdivision in Cedar Creek, Texas was built onsite with custom home construction, materials and standards. This beautiful home has double pane windows, solar screens, custom wood cabinets, kitchen island, breakfast bar and a wood burning fireplace for those romantic winter evenings. This home sits on approx. 2.596 acres completely fenced and crossed fenced for goats or horses and the home is  placed on a concrete slab making  FHA/VA a financing option. The property is has  several storage buildings and a guest quarters complete with a fully functioning bathroom perfect for overnight guest or a small rental.  High View Ranch is a large subdivision located in Bastrop County and is only 10-miles for Circus of Americas Formula Race Track and just a short drive to the Austin Bergstrom Airport.  Agents and buyer this owner is motivate to sell this home and all offers will be considered.

Keller Williams Realty- Family Reunion-Phoeniz, AZ

My name is David Board and I’m a real estate agent representing clients in Bastrop and Austin, TX.  I just returned from the Keller Williams Realty Family Reunion in Phoenix, AZ.  This conference is one of the largest real estate conferences in the world and I heard from some of the best in the business.  Keller Williams gathered over 10,000 of its top real estate agent professionals to share the best strategies and technology for helping buy or sell your home.  If your thinking of moving please contact me today at 512-629-6107

KEYE TV Interview-What should Home Owners Disclose?



As a real estate professional specializing in residential sales in the Austin and Bastrop communities I had the pleasure of doing an interview with KEYE News Reporter Alex Boyer about when should a home owner who’s selling a home disclose a death to potential buyers. Texas Property code requires that sellers of a home disclose a death that occurred on property other than a death caused by: natural causes, suicide, or accident unrelated to the Property’s condition. Section 5.008 of the Texas Property code is available here. So basically what the code is saying  is that if a murder or a death caused by the property condition occurs on the property, the home owner is bound by law to disclose that information to any potential buyer. Surprising the are some exceptions to this law that applies to foreclosures, bank owned homes, homes that are under the control of a trustee or rental properties. These individuals do not have to disclose murders that occurred on the property in fact they are exempt for disclosing anything.

Let me ask you this. Would you purchase a home knowing a murder occurred on the property?

I actually represented some awesome client’s several months ago that were looking to purchase a nice two story home in the Del Valle area and the property owner as required by law disclosed that a murder/suicide occurred in the home.  My client’s didn’t want to know the details of the murder but decided to move forward with the purchase anyways.   Unfortunately the home was appraised way below the market value and the seller refused to negotiate with my client’s on the sale price and the deal fell through. But the good new I found them another home in Del Valle, TX and they are some happy clients.

If you would like additional information about what you are required to disclose as a home owner or if your looking to purchase a home and want to know what should be disclosed give me a call. I would love to earn your real estate business.

Country Home in Dale, TX $260,000


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This very spacious gorgeous 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom 2,600 +/- sf home is located in Dal Valle, TX is just a short distance from the Circuit of Americus Formula 1 Race Track, Bergstrom International Airport with easy access to the 130 Toll Road. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to view this home that is complete with a mother-in-laws floor plan, fireplace, sparkling granite counter tops, custom wood cabinets, tile floors, large bedrooms, recessed lights throughout the home and an open backyard patio for family fun and entertainment.  All of this on a very large 1.319 +/- acres of open space large enough for a swimming pool or other outdoor recreational activities.  This home in located on the Cielo Vista Ranch subdivision  located off FM 812 in the southwestern portion of  Bastrop country.