March 2021

There are 2 blog entries for March 2021.

You know what they say, you never get a second chance at a first impression. This couldn’t be more true when selling your home. A potential buyer is quick to make judgements on the appearance of a home, deciding within minutes if it fits their criteria. Staging your home before putting it on the market is one of the best ways to captivate your audience and draw buyers in. Although the Austin market is hot right now for sellers, staging your home still gives you the competitive edge. 


For one, many homes in the current market are being sold sight unseen. With a huge influx of people moving to Austin and the market moving rapidly, buyers are needing to make decisions about putting in offers without ever seeing the home in person. Staging really ramps

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In the weeks after the 2021 Texas Snowpocalpyse, many homeowners are dealing with dead plants due to the major freeze that happened. A recent post from Plantanswers.com sheds light on the aftermath of frozen plants and how to remedy them. take a look at the article below for tips on reviving plants after the winter hardships...

"There is no way of currently knowing the extent of the damage or whether your plants will survive or not. It will take weeks or months to know, if or when, they start to re-sprout and what part of the plant res-prouts.

  1. Evergreen Woody Shrubs, Vines, and Groundcovers (Asian jasmine, azalaeas, camellias, confederate jasmine, eleagnus, fatsia, fig ivy, gardenias, Indian hawthorns, ligustrum, loquat, loropetalum, oleander,
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