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5th Occasional Robillard Open

Come Join Us for the 5th Occasional Robillard Open Time: 7:00PM, October 29th 2015 Place: Peter Pan Mini Golf Once again it’s time for the Robillard Open Golf tournament held at Peter Pan Mini Golf. This is a just for fun event and open to anyone who wants to join in. We’ll cover the entrance […]

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Harry Deitz Joins The Robillard Group

We are excited to announce that Harry Deitz has joined us at The Robillard Group. Harry is an experienced agent previously with Keller Willams and Telco Realty Systems. Harry brings over 30 years of successful local national and international sales and marketing experience to our team. Initially starting his career in the high-tech industry, Harry discovered […]

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Big Changes at The Robillard Group

As of April 1st The Robillard Group will leave the Keller Williams family to become an independent brokerage. Although we’ll miss the KW spirit and support that allowed us to grow our business over the last few years we feel it’s time to leave the nest and move on. Why the change? The world of […]

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Understanding the buyer

As the seller, you can control three factors that will affect the sale of your home: The home’s condition Asking price Marketing strategy However, it’s important to note that there are numerous other factors that influence a buyer, and you need to understand these consumer trends when you enter the sellers’ market. The more your […]

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Practicing good seller’s etiquette

Let’s face it: When your house goes on the market, you’re not only opening the door to prospective buyers, but also sometimes to unknown vendors and naive or unqualified buyers. As with any business transaction, there is an expected protocol to how sellers, buyers and their respective agents interact. Should you find yourself in a sticky situation, […]

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This Month in Real Estate

November 2010. Market Update The housing market continues its gradual recovery without the aid of the tax credit. Sales are slower but growing. Although it will likely be uneven at times, slow growth is believed to be the trend moving forward. Interest rates hit a new historic low again, a major factor in helping keep […]

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Austin Real Estate Update

As we head into the fall / winter slowdown Austin-wide unit sales are declining compared to the same period a year ago. This isn’t surprising considering that last year we were nearing the end of the initial first time homebuyers’ tax credit. Overall I think that we’re in an exceptionally good market for investors, buyers or […]

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7 Reasons to Buy a Home Now

Have you been thinking of buying a home, but waiting for the market to improve? Do you think that there’s still more bad news to come in the housing market? Waiting for prices to drop further? Of course no one knows what the future will bring, but this report from Keller Williams describes seven reasons […]

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