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    Monday, August 28, 2017   /   by Grant Williams

    Dealing With Water Damage

    After the crazy weekend of hurricane weather and high winds a lot of us here in Texas are left with damages to our homes.
    Our Austin property management friends at Stone Oak Management shared this article on dealing with water damage in your property. When it comes to water damage, drying out should be the top priority for those looking to remedy the damage. As the floods continue to happen, keep these quick suggestions handy to help with any damage to your home.
    Move Air Naturally
    Once the raining has ceased and it’s nice enough out, open your windows and let the natural air filter throughout your home. Be sure to open any closet doors, cabinets or drawers to allow the circulation of air to any affected areas.
    Move Air Mechanically
    You can rent or buy high-powered fans to speed up the circulation of air. If you live in an area affected by flooding then the initial investment into fans can pay off down the road. If this is a freak accident then renting for a night or two sho ...

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    Monday, January 02, 2017   /   by Grant Williams

    Changing Real Estate Brokers in the State of Texas

    Making a switch to a new Broker is not always an easy decision, but the process doesn’t have to be that difficult if you know what you are doing.  The four basic step are:


    1.      Requesting sponsorship from your new Broker on TREC’s website


    2.      Contacting your local board or association of Realtors


    3.      Letting your current Broker know that you are leaving per your contractor agreement with her or him.


    4.      Signing an agreement with your new Broker.


    Leaving Your Current Brokerage


    First, you don’t have to close all your deals before making a move to a new Broker.  This is the most asked question I get from agents that are looking to make a switch in Brokerages.  Most Brokers are great people and understand that your circumstances and life changes.  Although we have had a few agents retire with us ...

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