Susan Hilton College Station Real Estate

Realtor & Vice President of Sales of Bryan College Station Real Estate

Wife, Mother, REO Team Leader & Sales Manager for the BEST REAL ESTATE AGENTS in Bryan/College Station! Century 21 Beal, Inc. continues to provide the highest quality training and service in the Brazos Valley and it is an honor to be affiliated with this company!

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Rhonda Fry is an Innocent Realtor in Bryan College Station!

Rhonda Fry Century 21 Beal Real Estate Agent College Station Tx

Rhonda Fry Century 21 Beal Real Estate Agent College Station Tx

Rhonda Fry Century 21 Beal Real Estate Agent College Station Tx

Rhonda Fry and other agents from Century 21 Beal were out on property tour last week and these funny photos were taken.  Sometimes real estate is a stressful profession and it is great that while we do our job we get to have a little fun along the way!

Who knows – she may even be participating in the March of Dimes Jail & Bail?

Susan Hilton College Station Real Estate

Susan Hilton
CENTURY 21 Beal, Inc.

979-764-2100

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Kathy Massey is a Success in College Station!

Katherine Massey Century 21 Beal Realtor

Katherine Massey Century 21 Beal Realtor

Susan,
 
My husband Chris and I have been extremely impressed with Kathy Massey, our Century 21 Beal Realtor. I first contacted Kathy back in the fall when my husband first heard about his transfer to Dallas. Kathy took the time to give us some good, solid information even though we were not ready to list the house at that time. We went back to Kathy and got our house listed February 1st. We got a contract that evening and a second the morning of February 2nd. I think our house is attractive, but Kathy’s pricing advice put us in a great position to get two full-price offers quickly. She’s been so patient and friendly through the whole process and continues to be so as we work towards closing. 

Thank you.
 
Terrie (and Chris)

PS – You can reach Kathy at 979-764-2100 or katherinem@century21bcs.com

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Raylene Lewis is a Published Author!!!!

Raylene Lewis is a top agent at Century 21 Beal in College Station Texas. A few months ago she was contacted about publishing her “interesting real estate experiences” in a book. Below are the 2 stories (TRUE STORIES) they chose.

Real estate is an interesting business. We deal with people at their bests and at their worsts! We see clean houses and houses no one should live in. We work with people who are understanding and those who are demanding. We find pets left in houses, appliances and sinks removed, wires cut, houses flooded, carpet removed, clients that lie but more often than not, we get to meet WONDERFUL people. Most of our clients are kind people who enjoy working with us to achieve their goals of either buying or selling real estate. Most of the time we not only have a real estate transaction together but we also build long term relationships and friendships.

Enjoy Raylene’s stories. They are only 2 of hundreds of experiences we have on a regular basis.

Smashing Success

A story like this will probably have some considering the need for a real estate driving course and designation. Raylene was having an open house for agents on her very first listing. New to the business, she was doing her best to make the right impression both with fellow agents and her sellers

She had provided a nice lunch for the agents and was collecting business cards to hold drawings. Apparently the pull of these caravan drawings was just too much for one busy agent who, although she didn’t’ have time to stay for lunch or tour the property, stopped by to drop off her business card.

The agent was in an obvious hurry. She quickly parked, grabbed a business card, and hurried into the house. Depositing her card with the many other agent cards, the woman quickly retraced her steps to her car.

A few moments later, however, she came back inside. Raylene asked her what she thought of the house.

“It’s great, but I think it needs a new garage door.”

“Really, why?”

“Because I just drove through it!”

 Experience #2

 If you ever have clients get in your car with children carrying buckets, you might want to bail – literally. Texas agent Raylene Lewis had no idea why three or the four small children in this large family would be carrying small, pink plastic buckets.

She soon found out. As they began driving the day’s showings, two of the kids threw up into their buckets. “The clients said they just had to have a house that day. I dropped them off at a new home community.”

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Staging for a Loan or Staging to Sell?

Couch Staging College StationReal estate agents often suggest sellers use “Stagers” to assist with making the home for sale look more appealing to buyers so it will sell quicker and for the highest price.

Staging is one of many things a real estate agent works with sellers on. This is a good, reasonable and honest thing to do to showcase a home in the best possible light. But, staging a home for an appraisal is a completely different thing!

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Foreclosures for $50 and Strange Things for $60

keyhole College Station foreclosureForeclosures and strange things seem to go to together. Bryan-College Station has significantly less foreclosures than many other parts of the country. We are not in a struggling enconomy. We are not seeing entire neighborhoods boarded up and standing vacant. We also didn’t see the huge rise in values that many makets experienced. We didn’t see “investors” purchasing properties before they were built with plans to sell before the properties were complete.

As the community and as real estate agents in Bryan-College Station, we didn’t make a fortune in the real estate market like others did but we have had a nice steady increase in values. Remember slow Read the rest of this entry »

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