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Jun
26
Cherokee Creek

+/- 170 Stunning Acres Featuring: Hunting, Fishing, Cultivation & Grazing, 3/4 Mile of Cherokee Creek Frontage, Large Oak, Pecan, Mesquite Trees and more! You won't see live water like this any where else, this is one of a kind! Call me today, lets go down to Cherokee Creek 210-300-2744!

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Jun
25
Residential Lots on the market!

Look at all these gorgeous Residential Lots we have listed! Texas Hill Country views, mature trees, partically cleared lots and more! You need it, I've got it! Call me today 210-300-2744!!

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Jun
23
Jun
21
Price Drop!

Stunning 4 Bed 2.5 Bath, with an Open Floor Plan with a Large Island Kitchen, Granite Countertops, Stainless Appliances, Crown Molding, Game Room, New Paint and New Carpet Downstairs, Professionally Cleaned, Jacuzzie Tub in Master, Keyless Front Entry, Gorgeous Cabinetry, All Bedrooms UpStairs, Covered Patio and on a Corner Lot in Boerne ISD! There's so much to love in this home, it won't last long! Call us today!

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Apr
11
5 SECRETS WEAPONS FOR DIY PROJECTS

Is there a home maintenance project that’s been lingering on your to-do list for too long because you’re dreading the trip to the hardware or craft store? There are some projects you can tackle with items that are almost certainly already in your home.

  1. Vinegar: There’s probably a jug of vinegar in your pantry right now. You can soak items in vinegar to remove mineral deposits (like in a clogged showerhead), and you can boil vinegar in your microwave to remove odors and make it easier to clean.

  2. Cola: A can of Coke or Pepsi can be used to clean many surfaces, including your glass windows, porcelain toilet, or chrome fixtures. Just do some research before using it on metal surfaces, as it can be corrosive.

  3. Baking soda: This item may actually be more useful for applications other than baking. A baking soda-vinegar paste is great for cleaning bathrooms and kitchens. Baking soda can also be used to absorb odors.

  4. Butter knife: Screwdrivers are easy to misplace. If can’t find a screwdriver when you need one, a butter knife—preferably an older one that you no longer need for table setting—is pretty effective for both Phillips- and flat-head screws.

  5. Toothpaste: Is there an unsightly scratch on your car or bike? The grit in tarter-control toothpastes makes for an effective scratch remover. Clean the scratch, apply some toothpaste, let it sit for a few minutes, and then buff it out with paper towel.

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