Found 5 blog entries for July 2019.
Kyle is an excellent location for businesses and residents. It is extremely close to downtown Austin and has seen rapid growth over the years. Kyle is one of the fastest-growing cities in all of Texas. Kyle, Texas has two main transportation arteries running through the middle of the city, which are IH-35 and MoPac Rail Line.
LIVING IN KYLE
Kyle is the fifth fastest-growing city in the state of Texas and home to Plum Creek, 2006 Master Planned Community of the Year. Historically tied and building our future, Kyle is striving to maintain the small Town Texas charm while positioning itself to be a vital part of the corridor economic development. A gateway to the Hill Country, Kyle is just a few miles away from many natural attractions, shopping, and…
Published by: Daisy Gregg
- San Antonio
As a San Antonio native I can say that this city is definitely one to visit! Only an 1 and a ½ from Austin this city is worth the drive. You not only have sites for historic buffs such as the Alamo, Davy Crockett Hotel (rumored to be super haunted), and San Fernando De Bexar Cathedral but also great places to eat and drink! The Riverwalk is a landmark in San Antonio, that everybody should at least visit once. But if you are more into hip places you can even try south town, which has grown to accommodate some of the best food and coffee shops, San Antonio has to offer. Don’t forget the old Pearl Brewing which has switched from an actual brewery to a new and hip art/ food district. Even check…
Hello again to all of you homeowners, tenants, prospective buyers, and real-estate investors. Before you check the “Talking Real Estate” monthly enewsletter, Summer is here and has its own home maintenance checklist in Central Texas. Here are a few items to consider during July. I got some great new ideas on increasing heating efficiency from a June newsletter reader and added a few below:
- Set your mower on the highest setting so you do not cut the grass too short and expose it to drought and weeds.
- Make sure your foliage gets plenty of water during hot summer days. Water early in the day, but not necessarily every day. Plants prefer a good soaking a few times a week rather than a light, daily drizzle.
- Reverse the setting on
Published by: Christine Pease
July 12, 2019
If you haven't stepped outside in a while than I'm here to warn you that the dog days of summer has arrived. It's hot! It's only the 12th of July and Travis County has already experienced a Heat Advisory Warning. It comes as no surprise that July would be selected as National Ice Cream Month. Did I say it was hot outside? It's the summer and high temperatures are to be expected so we can't let the heat control our summer activities.