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Learn the FACTS about what it takes to sell your house.

Whether you are planning to sell this month, or not for a few years, do your homework now and be prepared! Get answers from our expert panel including a realtor, a real estate team leader, and a property assessment advisor will answer the following questions and more in the upcoming 90-minutes Seniors Living Smarter seminar. […]




Platinum Top 50 Finalist Award

What a way to finish the year!  Once again, I am honored to be a Platinum Top 50 Finalist and counted among the elite of the Greater Austin Area REALTOR® community in 2017. Platinum Top 50 annually awards fifty residential REALTORS® for their outstanding achievements in sales, education, industry participation and civic leadership.   Often referred […]


Twenty-Two Georgetown Residents Attended The First Seniors Living Smarter Seminar of 2017

The seminar theme, “Maintaining Your Independence and Making the Right Move” resonated with seniors considering downsizing to an Independent Living (IL) community located in and around Georgetown. On Thursday, Jan. 19, an enthusiastic group turned out at our new location, First Presbyterian Church at 703 S Church St., Georgetown, for a 90-minute presentation. As a […]


Learning To “Lead With Heart” At 2nd Annual Seniors Real Estate Institute’s Legacy Conference

I just returned from an amazing two days with my fellow Certified Senior Housing Professionals at the 2nd annual Seniors Real Estate Institute’s exclusive Legacy Conference, held at Grapevine TX (in the Dallas/Fort Worth/Dallas area) on Oct. 19th and 20th. The conference theme was “Lead with Heart” — all about balancing care and candor in serving […]



What Will We Do With The Grandkids?

With summer approaching, grandparents are often planning for things to do with grandchildren visit.  Georgetown offers a fun variety of things to do and places to go for kids of all ages to get out and play! Two extremely popular venues are the Creative Playscape and the Outdoor Play Pool at the Georgetown Recreation Center. […]