Mexia, TX Real Estate News

By The Legacy Group, The LegacyGroup of CrossCountry Mortgage
(CrossCountry Mortgage)
Special Government Home Renovation Loan Program using Mexia TX FHA 203k Loans. Many are not aware of a special government loan program that is actually a part of FHA (Federal Housing Administration- a department within HUD). Existing home owners or potential home buyers can remodel and update their homes without having a higher cost second lien because of this FHA loan program.  "Luxury items" like a hot tub and a swimming pool are not allowed by this FHA loan program. Repaint, remodel cabinetry in kitchens and bathrooms, add wallpaper, replace appliances and flooring and even a add a room to an existing structure (which will increase the value of the homes square footage).   One of the biggest advantages to this government loan program is you have all of your acquisition or refinance l...
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By Gay Fallin
(Keller William)
Something has happened to my radio.  The last few weeks I have been driving our second car which does NOT have Sirius radio.  I have been forced to listen to the AM/FM dials on my daily travels.  I found the oldies station from Dallas that I listened to when I was a pre-teen and into my high school years.  I remember listening to the songs with my Mom and she would reminisce when her songs came on from her high school years.  All her favorites from the 50's.  The Big Bopper's "Chantilly Lace",  Johnny Otis' "Willie And The Hand Jive", The Platters' "The Great Pretender", The Pengins' "Earth Angel", and of course Elvis Presley's "Jailhouse Rock".  Mom would share her memories about sock hops, high school football games and her first boyfriends.  She grew up in the small town of Mexia and...
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By Trey Thurmond, College Station , Texas Homes
(BCR Realtors)
One of  our favorite places to spend a day or two and just escape the rat race, is at our family place on Lake Limestone in central Texas. The lake is a Brazos River Authority goverened lake, and all of the property on the lake is private, except for a few public accesses and  small parks. The lake is fed by the Navasota River.  In about 1978 our firm developed a subdivision on the lake known as Summerplace, and we built a weekend home for the entire family to enjoy in about 1984. Since that time, we  have had many fun days together with friends and family. I have to say as much as I like water sports including  boating, skiing, and fishing, nothing beats just sitting on the pier visting with friends and family and watching the clouds roll by while enjoying a burger and a cool iced tea...
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