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March 2018

Found 4 blog entries for March 2018.

As election time rolls around bonds for the improvement and expansion of the Dripping Springs School District will be up for a vote. This piece came across my desk and I am sharing this with all to help understand what is going on in this school district.

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Pacesetter's Courtyard Home in Pecan Park

Pacesetter Homes, Pecan Park Bastrop’s newest home builder, offers a lifestyle alternative with their Courtyard Home Plans to those who desire less home upkeep or a traditional choice with their Craftsman Plus plans.

A new option in Bastrop living, the five Courtyard home plans feature a private courtyard area between the home and a detached front garage, eliminating a large, grassy back area requiring maintenance. With 69 lots available, these homes, generally situated on a 40 x 120 square foot lot, range from approximately a two-bedroom 1188 square foot home to a two-story three-bedroom home.  Prices range from $209,900 to $267,900, making these an affordable, low-maintenance option.

For people searching for a larger-lot home, the seven

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Why is energy efficiency important?

Austin and much of the surrounding areas are filled a wild variety of homes, buildings, and structures. Some that look pulled right out the pages of a modern magazine and some that continually shine on the annual Weird Homes Tour. What do these properties have in common? Any property serviced by Austin Energy has access to energy efficient upgrade rebates! 

Did you realize that  Austin Energy offers financial rebates to residential and commercial property owners for upgrading their structures to be more energy efficient? A longtime leader in renewables, Austin Energy paved the way for the rest of the country to take the important steps forward in investing in more energy independence.

"Austin Energy

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How can we save you money??

What is a Homestead Exemption?

Property tax brings in the most money of all taxes available to local government to pay for schools, roads, police and firemen, emergency response services, libraries, parks and other services provided by local government. Homestead exemptions reduce property taxes for all homeowners by sheltering a certain amount of a home’s value from taxation.

Homestead exemptions are granted by the county appraisal district where the property is located. The exemption reduces a homeowner’s property tax bill by removing part of the home's value from taxation. All Texas homeowners may receive a General Residence Homestead Exemption of $25,000 on the value of their property for school taxes. Other taxing entities may also offer

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