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Featured Property: 185 CR 102, George West, Texas 78022

Nestled on a 2-acre corner plot, this 2,274-sq.-ft., custom-built farmhouse blends country charm with modern comfort. This property is located 7.5 miles from Three Rivers and 3.5 miles from George West. It can be found on the right side of ...

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Throw the perfect housewarming party!

Nothing is quite as exciting as moving into a new home; more so if it’s your first home. You’d want to share the excitement of this milestone with family and friends, perhaps also touch base with the new neighbors. And there’s no bett...

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Best lighting features for your home

A well-lighted home invites cheer to its residents; a darkly-lit one makes it dreary. That’s why homeowners planning to sell their home make it a point to ensure that it’s well-lit, both inside and out. However, careful thought shou...

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Featured property: 1003 Fannin St., George West, TX

Looking for a family-friendly home in George West? This property might be just what you need. Today, we are excited to show you around 1003 Fannin Street, a 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom home with all the indoor and outdoor space a growing famil...

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Rambler vs. Ranch-style: What’s the difference?

As you drive around the neighborhoods of George West and Live Oak County, you might have noticed the prevalence of low profile homes sprawled out in their respective home lots. We often call these properties ranch-style homes, but, dependin...

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Five great styles for your next ranch home

Ranch-style homes are a staple in the American real estate landscape. They're found almost everywhere in the country. Aside from the classic style and practical approach to living, we can also attribute their popularity on how easy it is to...

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Choosing the best listing agent when selling your land

Selling land is different compared with the usual residential properties. There are challenges that are unique to land transactions so it’s important to find the best listing agent with the expertise and right qualifications for the task....

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How to increase your ranch’s value before selling it

Selling your ranch can be tedious and a bit more challenging than selling a standard home. However, the returns are quite hefty, given the expanse and potential of the property. If you want to max out your ranch property’s resale value...

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Effective ways to conserve soil

Soil erosion is a problem that plagues many ranchers and farmers in South Texas. This phenomenon is usually caused by wind, rain, and major rivers that erode and weather the land. If left unchecked, this can cause serious problems like the ...

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Improve security on your farm in five easy steps

Security is essential when running and managing a farm. An expansive stretch of land can be tedious to manage, let alone guard against trespassers. For that, you need to take the necessary steps to ensure that your investment is protected a...

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