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June 2018

Found 3 blog entries for June 2018.

Have you ever wondered, “What's so hard about selling a house? I can do that myself.” According to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), only 8% of homes sold per year are sold directly by the owner. There is a good reason for this; navigating the complete transaction of a home sale can be complicated. These are the questions you must ask yourself: What do I need to do in order to get the home ready for the market? Should I do any repairs/remodeling before putting it on? How will I market the home? and most importantly, At what price will I sell my home? Of course, within these questions are a hundred other questions that pop up. It can be stressful for the untrained person to consider. By not understanding the issues that can arise in a sales

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(BASTROP) A weekend full of history, culture, music, food, and fun will attract many to Bastrop for the 31st Bastrop Juneteenth Celebration Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16.

Visitors will especially be attracted to Saturday’s full-day events starting at 10 a.m. with the annual parade that travels down Main Street and ends at the Kerr Community Center Park on Walnut Street. Barbara Gail Clemons is this year’s parade marshall. The celebration continues with the Emancipation program at the Kerr Center beginning at 11:30 a.m. with Nelson Linder as the keynote speaker. By nightfall, celebrants will rock the evening starting at 8 p.m. at the street dance on Main and Spring Streets with Mz. Dre and 20neSoul.

For the car enthusiast, The Blue Flame

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Remember when all you wanted was for summer to finally arrive? Popsicles, pool times, and freedom from teachers and homework; we couldn’t wait to jump on our bikes and cruise the neighborhood all day or head off to camp with our fellow fun-seekers. Well, folks, it’s officially summertime in Central Texas. The kids are out of school, we’ve hit triple-digit temperatures, and we’re not the only ones looking for respite from the blazing Texas sun. Whether you're running around outside or cleaning out that shed or flowerbed, keep in mind the snakes are out.

Central Texas has a handful of venomous snakes that can quickly ruin your summer vacation if you're not paying attention. The good news, according to Texas Parks and Wildlife, is that you are more likely

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