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Flower Mound Home Staging: How to Stage a Home with Pets

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Selling a home with pets – while you are living there – can sometimes be a challenge.


While you love and adore your four-legged best friend, there are certain buyers that will find a home with pets to be a turn off. In order to maximize the number of interested buyers, follow these tips from the Jeff Brand Team on Flower Mound home staging and how to stage a home with pets:


  1. Remove Signs of Pets


Walk around your home with fresh eyes and hide any evidence of your dog or cat. Litter boxes, water bowls, etc. should be neatly put away and out of site.


  1. Handle Repairs


One of the joys of having a pet is that it often destroys something. You may have become accustomed to some of the things your pet has damaged over the years – baseboards, carpet, etc. – but a potential buyer won’t be so forgiving. These damaged areas from your pet can make a buyer feel like the home is not well taken care of. Instead, have these things repaired before the home ever goes on the market.

  1. Deep Clean


Whether you have pets or not, it’s always a good idea to have your home deep cleaned before it hits the market. If you do have pets, a deep clean will help to neutralize any pet odors that you’ve become accustomed to and give your buyers the sense that your home is well cared for and fresh.


  1. Vacuum Often


If you’re showing your home and have pets, plan to vacuum daily to keep pet hair at bay. You may be used to seeing pet hair on the furniture or wood floors, but potential buyers are not.


If you are planning to sell your home and need Flower Mound home staging tips, please call us at the Jeff Brand Team today! There is a reason we are the #1 RE/MAX agent in North Texas and the best realtor in Flower Mound!

It’s No Trick – Paint Colors Can Affect Your Flower Mound Home Value

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Thinking of doing a little redecorating before the holiday season?


Whether you are going to sell your home in the next year or in 10 years, being mindful of the paint colors you choose in your home is important. While you want your home to reflect your own personal style, there are certain colors that will boost your Flower Mound home value – and others that turn off buyers and hurt your home value. Read on to learn more from the Jeff Brand Team:


Steer Clear of Highly Saturated Colors


Many buyers find bright, bold colors in the home undesirable. Steer clear of highly saturated hues like bright red, orange, and purple. If you want to decorate with these colors, choose a small space or accent wall to highlight them or work them into your décor (think throw pillows or blankets) that can be easily changed out in the future.


Grey, Beige, or Greige Exteriors are Best


A study by Zillow found that homes that had a grey, beige, or greige exterior sold for more money than those with a bright color or plain white accents. When looking to repaint the exterior, choose neutrals. Want a pop of color on the exterior? The front door is a good place to add personality – with a stylish blue or red door.


Buyers will Pay a Premium for Neutrals


The last thing a buyer wants to think about when the buy a home is repainting. In fact, Zillow found that buyers will pay a premium for homes with neutral colored living spaces. If you don’t want to paint everything neutral now, just know that a fresh coat of paint before your house hits the market can go a long way.


Blues are Calming


If you want to add an accent of color, blues are the #1 decorating color right now. In fact, blue has a calming effect and can make your guests – and potential home buyers! – feel right and home. Blue is the #1 accent color for kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms. One place you shouldn’t add it? The living room. Zillow found that blue living rooms (paint color that is) negatively impacted home value.

Thinking of selling your home in the next 18 months? Call the Jeff Brand Team today to set up a consultation on Flower Mound home staging, paint colors, suggested renovations, and more that will increase your Flower Mound home value.

Watermere at Flower Mound: New Housing Options for Seniors In the Works

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As the population of Flower Mound ages, it becomes more apparent our need for more housing options for those older citizens who’d like to stay close to home, all while finding a home that better suits their current lifestyle needs.


Several Flower Mound luxury active adult communities have gone up recently – Orchard Flower and The Legends of Flower Mound among them – but there is also demand for senior rental communities.


Watermere at Flower Mound

Developers have been working with the Town Council to put into action a plan that would create just the thing in Flower Mound, Texas: Watermere at Flower Mound. The developers currently have communities in Frisco and Southlake and feel that Flower Mound is the perfect location for a third Watermere.


The proposed senior rental community would be east of 2499 and south of Dixon Lane, adjacent to Valley Creek Church in Flower Mound. The property could house somewhere between 300-350 seniors throughout the community’s various 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments, townhomes, and senior family homes. In addition to housing, Watermere at Flower Mound offers lots of flexibility in terms of packages that can include dining, housekeeping, linen services, garages, covered parking, and more. Once more, Watermere will be perfectly situated adjacent to many of the area’s best dining, retail, and medical options, including the Flower Mound RiverWalk District.

Developers are hoping to have approval on the project by the end of November, with construction happening throughout 2019, and the community open in 2020.


Flower Mound is one of the best places to live in North Texas, so it’s no surprise that more developers want to bring their communities to Flower Mound. Looking for senior housing options in Flower Mound? Call the Jeff Brand Team today and let us help you find the perfect fit for your lifestyle and budget!

Transportation of the Future: What’s on the Horizon for North Texas

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Texas is a big state and getting from city-to-city can take half a day. Want to spend more time weekending in Austin or Houston – and less time in the car? Consider these innovative modes of Dallas transportation in the works now for North Texas!



Beginning in 2020, Uber plans to unveil a whole new way to get around the city: UberAir. UberAir will start out in 3 test markets worldwide – DFW, Los Angeles, and Dubai – showcasing urban air taxis that will be a cross between helicopters and airplanes. These air taxis will initially be operated by pilots, but over time, the goal is to make them completely automated. UberAir’s air taxis would land on their own skyports on specific routes throughout the city.

High Speed Rail

The premise here is a bullet train that travels 200 mph. Proposed: the Texas Bullet Train, slated to open as early as 2024, connecting Dallasites and Houstonians in about 90 minutes time. This project has been subject to much opposition, but shows the most promise in terms of bringing new modes of transportation to North Texas the most quickly.



Wish you could get to Austin in 20 minutes or less? It may be possible with the new Virgin HyperLoop One tube travel system that would push people through at nearly 700 mph! The brainchild of Tesla and PayPal founder Elon Musk, the Texas Hyperloop – dubbed the Texas Triangle – is proposed to move between Dallas, Austin, and Houston.


Autonomous Vehicles

Driverless vehicles are in the works now and are currently being tested in Frisco! Wouldn’t it be nice to take a little snooze during that long commute while your car drives itself?!


You can learn more about these amazing Dallas transportation options of the future here.


Which one interests you most? At Jeff Brand Team, we’d love to hear from you!

Fall Home Maintenance: What to Do Now as the Seasons Change

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The days are getting shorter in North Texas, and we’re hoping that cooler Fall weather is right around the corner! Fall is a great time to do home maintenance before the harshness of winter sets in. Here is a Fall Home Maintenance checklist from Jeff Brand Team on things to do now as the seasons change:


  1. Cleanout the Gutters

This is a great one to stay on top of as the Fall leaves begin to Fall. Thousands of gallons of water are diverted from your home via your gutters, and failing to keep them clog free can lead to corrosion, damage to exterior structures, and unwanted leaks.


  1. Get Your Roof Checked

It’s always a good idea to have your roof checked at least once a year for leaks and other issues. If you find granules in your gutter, see signs of warped flashing, or notice damaged shingles, then it’s definitely time to have a professional out to inspect as soon as possible before ice and possible snow hit this winter.


  1. Seal Air Gaps

As the winter approaches, the last thing you want are areas where the cold air blows in and warmer air is blowing out. In fact, these gaps can lead to a 10% increase in heating costs! Have a professional find areas where weather stripping and caulk has worn out and get those areas sealed properly.


  1. Check Your Heating System

Now is a great time to have a professional look at your heating system and your fireplace to diagnosis any issues going into the winter season. This will prevent an unwelcome mishaps on the cold days of winter and can prevent catastrophic failure that can come from faulty parts.


  1. Evaluate Home Safety Protocols

Once or twice a year, evaluate all of your safety equipment and protocols to make sure everything is still in great working order. This includes fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, CO detectors, and fire escape ladders. Also talk with your family about escape plans should a fire or other emergency situation arise in your home.

Not only will these Fall Home Maintenance items improve your well being this Fall and Winter, they will also help to maintain your investment should you decide to sell in the next year or two. When you’re ready to buy or sell your Flower Mound area home, call the best realtor in Flower Mound – Jeff Brand Team – to guide you through the process.  

Vickery Park: New Toll Brothers Neighborhood Coming to Copper Canyon, Texas

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Copper Canyon, Texas is a wonderful suburb to live in, so it’s no surprise that Toll Brothers wants in on the action too!


If you’re considering a new home in Copper Canyon, Texas, be on the lookout for a brand new development from Toll Brothers – Vickery Park.


Toll Brothers Vickery Park – Copper Canyon, Texas

On Sept. 10, the Copper Canyon Town Council voted to approve a residential proposal from Toll Brothers for a new construction neighborhood on the south side of FM 407, between Jernigan Road and Copper Canyon Road, to be named Vickery Park. The neighborhood is proposed to be 240 homes spread across 88 acres. The plan allows for 152 of these home to be built on 72’ x 120’ lots; the other 88 would be on 86’ x 145’ lots. Vickery Park is slated to be a gated community, with it’s only access point stemming off of FM 407. Copper Canyon currently has only approx.. 500 homes total with 1 acre lot minimums, so this new development will bring quite a few more homes to the Town of Copper Canyon, Texas.


Residents in Vickery Park can expect plenty of greenbelt and green space, trails, and easy access to the area’s best shopping and dining options. Residents of Copper Canyon love the rural feel, all within minutes of big city amenities.

About Toll Brothers

Toll Brothers is one of the area’s leading builders, building luxury homes across North Texas and 21 other states. When you build a Toll Brothers home, you get award-winning house plans with modern day conveniences tucked in everywhere. You are able to customize your home with design tools that let you see what you’re getting before you even pick your finishes. Gourmet kitchens, spa-like bathrooms, dramatic staircases, and more can be yours with a Toll Brothers home in Vickery Park. Toll Brothers also has several other area developments, including Terracina in Flower Mound, Texas – just down the road from Vickery Park.


Jeff Brand Team is your Copper Canyon real estate expert! Call us today to get the latest developments on the proposed Vickery Park Toll Brothers neighborhood, or any other location you’d like to see in Copper Canyon, Highland Village, Argyle, Double Oak, or Flower Mound.

Millennial Home Buying: What They Want in a Home

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Milennials make up approximately 30% of the prospective home buyers out on the market today, making them an important segment to cater to. But how can you make your home millennial friendly? Here are a few things millennials are looking for in a home:


Smart Upgrades

Millennials – those born between 1981 and 1999 – grew up with technology like computers, smart phones, tablets, etc., so it only seems fitting that these technological upgrades extend to the home too. One study even suggests that 86% of the millennials are willing to spend more on a home with smart upgrades. Best places to spend your money to add smart features? Smart door locks, smart thermostats, and remote access features top the list.

Dog Friendly

Millennials love their four-legged friends, and studies have shown that millennials consider their dog when purchasing a home. In fact, one study suggests the desire to have room for their dog outweighed having room for a future spouse or children. Many millennials are waiting to buy a home and to get married, so in the meantime, their dog has been their best friend. This is good news for many Flower Mound area homes, as we have lots of green space and yards for furry friends.


Starter Home? Not Necessarily.

Many millennials have waited to buy a home, and so they aren’t necessarily looking for a traditional starter home. They have the cash to buy something of lasting value and see the higher price tag as an investment in their future. Last year, 30% of millennials spent $300,000 or more on a home.


Suburban Comforts; Urban Conveniences

Studies have shown that the ideal living space for millennials is quite similar to the North Texas landscape! Many want homes in the suburbs vs. urban homes, but they don’t want to give up the conveniences of city life. They enjoy the parks, green space, trails, single family homes vs. townhomes, and quality school districts that come with the suburban home.


These are all great signs for Flower Mound, as we’re one of the best suburbs in North Texas, with amenities millennials crave! Want to learn more about buying a home in Flower Mound, Lewisville, Argyle, Highland Village, Grapevine, or Lantana? Call the Jeff Brand Team today – the best realtor in Flower Mound, Texas.

NOW is the Time to Buy – Housing Market at Slowest Point in the Last 2 Years

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Have you been on the fence about jumping into the market and buying a home?


You could be in your new home by the holidays if you buy now!


According to a new report from the National Association of Realtors, existing home sales were at their lowest point in the last 2 years as of July 2018, capping off a 4 month decline. It will be interesting to see what happens with August numbers, but on a national level, the Western region was the only region to experience any uptick for July.


This July report shows a .7 percent month-over-month decrease over June for existing home sales, encompassing sales for single family homes, condos, townhomes, and co-ops. This also means that sales for July 1018 were 1.5% lower than what we were seeing in July 2017.

Why the Decline?

According to Chief Economist Lawrence Yun of the National Association of Realtors, higher prices are making potential buyer skiddish. Many buyers are waiting for prices to come back down some or for inventory to be higher their designated price ranges.


Another factor is the rising interest rates. They’ve been on a steady uptick since Spring, so higher prices mixed with higher mortgage rates = less affordability all around. The group most pressured by this are first time home buyers who are looking to make their first real estate purchase.


What Does this Mean to Me?

If you are interested in buying a home in Flower Mound, Lewisville, Highland Village, Double Oak, Lantana, Argyle, or any of the surrounding North Texas communitites, now is a great time to snag a deal! Many homes currently on the market missed the summer sales period and the sellers are eager to strike a deal and make concessions they weren’t willing to make a few months ago. Call Jeff Brand Team today – the best Flower Mound realtor – and let us help you find the home that’s right for you!

Selling Your Home: How to Know it’s Time to Move

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Buying and selling real estate is a highly emotional experience.


Once you’ve lived in a house, you naturally become very attached. You pour money into it. You make it a home. As happy as you might be, you may be asking yourself…how will I know it’s the right time for a move? Barring any obvious lifestyle changes, here are 3 signs it’s time to consider selling your home from a financial and comfort standpoint:


  1. You’ve Outgrown Your Home.

Maybe you bought your home as newlyweds, and now – 3 kids later – it’s feeling a bit cramped. Or – maybe a home that was once filled with kids is now empty and it’s just two of you now. While it’s hard to leave a home with so many memories, the stress relief that can come with the right space to fit your needs can be priceless.


  1. Homes In Your Neighborhood are Selling like Gangbusters.

Do you keep up with the comps in your neighborhood? If not, you should. It’s important to keep tabs on the list prices for comparable homes and what they sold for because it will help you know what your own home is worth and when it’s time to move. Watch for an increase in price per square foot and a decrease in “days on the market.” These real estate peaks don’t last forever, so being aware of the market can help you capitalize on your real estate investment. We recommend getting a yearly assessment of value from a top realtor in Flower Mound like Jeff Brand Team, so you can make educated decisions on when to buy and sell your home. The market in North Texas has been very strong for a few years now, and if you’re been in your home for 10 years, it may be a good time to sell and reap the reward for your investment.


  1. Maintenance Costs are Stressing You Out.

Older homes have their charm, but with age, comes maintenance. Not to say new homes don’t have maintenance too, but if you are constantly repairing, replacing, and updating – think about the difference a brand new – or newer home – could make to your lifestyle. And even if you do have a newer home, are you tired of spending money on a lawn service, pool service, etc.? If these extra services are frustrating, maybe it’s time to switch to a lower maintenance home without the hassle.


These are just 3 of the top reasons why selling your home might make sense. If you’re considering whether or not it’s time to move, give Jeff Brand Team a call today! We are the top real estate agent in Flower Mound, Texas and we’ll give you honest advice for all your real estate needs.

Jeff Brand Team can help you figure out when is the right time for selling your home in Flower Mound, Double Oak, Highland Village, and Lewisville.


How to Help Your Child Adjust to a New Flower Mound School

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Welcome to Flower Mound!


You’re found the perfect Flower Mound home for your family, are getting settled in, and the first day of school is looming. Is your child nervous about that first day back at a brand new Flower Mound school?


Jeff Brand Team is here with a few tips on how to make that first day of school an easy adjustment for your child:


Exude Positivity

The first day of school – whether you are at a new school or not – can be daunting. You might have your own reservations about the new school too, but don’t let it show! Your child will take their cues from you as they start at their new Flower Mound school, so exude positivity and it will go a long way toward calming their fears.


Encourage Involvement

Encourage your child to get involved in activities both during and after school to build comradery with other students. Joining clubs, sports teams, etc. will help your child feel included and less like they are on the outside looking in. Joining the PTA is also a great way for you to get involved in the school and get to know other families.

Get Enough Sleep

Getting ample sleep at night will make the adjustment to school easier. Instead of waiting until the night before school starts to begin an earlier bedtime and wake time, start the new sleep schedule a few weeks before to make the adjustment seamless.


Volunteer at the School

Volunteering at school is a great way to check in on your child at school and to show them you are there for them. A familiar smile and hug from you can go a long way toward helping ease any fears about a new school environment.


Have questions about the Flower Mound schools? Feel free to call the best realtor in Flower Mound, Texas with all your questions – whether about the schools or the community in general.

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