Relocation and Kids

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Relocating for a job often involves a promotion, a move u up the corporate ladder, a new and exciting opportunity for Mom or Dad. But for kids it often means leaving a neighborhood they felt comfortable in, childhood friends they grew up with, and schools they enjoyed. Kids are adaptable, but it can take time. Recently I had an opportunity …

Coining New Texans

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My great-great-grandmother was born in 1837 on the east side of the Trinity River during a wet season that saw the river far out of its banks for months. Fifteen years later, after making it across the river, she married my great-great-granddad, one of the three Lynch brothers who came to Texas to raise cattle. I thought of her last …

Goin’ Country

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The Balderases: Goin’ Country As empty nesters, the Balderas’s decided it was time to find the country home on acreage they’d always dreamed of, a place where Noe would have space for his shop and woodworking hobby. Andrea helped them find a just such a home, and we quickly staged and photographed their home in Rosebrook. Within four days they …

Relocating Educators

The Brunners: Relocating Educators With our three universities and a teaching hospital, Tyler is a growing college town, attracting students, faculty and administrators from far-and-wide. We have been fortunate in representing a number of these folks, including Dr. Lane and Molly Brunner. Dr. Brunner is the Dean of UT Tyler’s new College of Pharmacy. Lane and Molly met in Pharmacy …

Coming Home

The Abernathys: Coming Home It’s a testament to the enduring attraction of a neighborhood when the kids who grew up there return to buy homes as adults. Our neighborhood, Country Place, holds that kind of attraction, and Matt Abernathy is one of those kids who has now moved his family back to the woods and water he grew up around. …

Downsizing Ranches

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The Brights: Downsizing from One Ranch to Another Clarence and Anne began looking for a smaller property after they went under contract on their 924-acre Rains County ranch. That’s when they drove down to preview our listing in Frankston. After spending an hour viewing the 45 acres, the 40×60′ workshop and the remodeled home, they decided it was perfect for …

Repeat Clients

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The Solitos: Repeat Clients The Solitos first came to us in 2004 when they decided to down-size from their home in Flint. We sold that home and helped them to purchase a garden home in Hollycreek Village. In 2010 Vickie’s parents began to need more help as they aged, so the Solitos wanted a home large enough for both couples. …

A Larger “Nest”

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The Millers: Time for A Larger Nest Andrea met Rob & Jolinda Miller at Living Acts Church, several years, ago. She consulted with them about possible  updates for a foreclosure they had purchased on Windover. A few years later,  two active little boys were making their comfortable nest feel a little small. Growing families are one of life’s wonderful reasons …

Helping Neighbors

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The Borings: Helping Our Neighbors Relocate We do love helping our neighbors market their homes or buy in the neighborhood, but we hate saying good-bye, particularly when they are as nice as the Boring family, who have lived in Country Place for several years. Their home is located on a two-plus-acre lot down a private lane flanked by pecan trees …

Relocation

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The Meeks: Relocating to Tyler With three pre-school children (and now another on the way), when Eileen Meek called Andrea she was very specific about what sort of home she and Eric would need during their time in Tyler. Eric, a Naval Flight Surgeon, had accepted a two-year Occupational Medicine residency at UT Health Northeast and time was of the …