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Meet The Agent: Rea Netherton

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With an eye for design and love for architecture, Rea Netherton brings passion and dedication to the Roxan Coffman Properties group. Rea is an active member of Austin Board of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors and National Association of Realtors. How did you get started in real estate? I knew real estate would be the perfect […]

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Best Time To Buy A Home

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If wondering when is the best time to buy a home in Austin a few different factors come into play. The Austin real estate market is booming and does not seem to be slowing down anytime soon. Two major factors that affect the best time to buy a home are whether it is a buyer’s […]

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Home Tips and Trends: Outdoor Spaces and Landscaping

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Summer is almost here and what better way to spruce up your home than by starting with your backyard! Below is a list of home tips and trends for landscaping and outdoor spaces: The Perfect Patio Chic yet comfortable outdoor living spaces are a must in Texas. Whether you are going for a backyard oasis […]

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Digital Marketing For Real Estate Agents: Easy And Effective Tips

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Let’s face it, simply having a website and e-newsletter is not enough in this day and age to be competitive on the inter-web. Digital marketing and social media are at the forefront of mediums used to generate brand awareness for real estate agents. Below is a list of easy and effective digital marketing tips for […]

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How To Be A Successful Real Estate Agent: Q & A with Roxan Coffman

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Being in the real estate industry for over 30 years, what’s your advice to new agents in order to be a successful real estate agent? You have to put yourself out there. The first couple of years of breaking into real estate can be tough. You have to really work hard to build your network […]

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The Benefits Of Working For A Boutique Real Estate Firm

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When beginning a career in real estate it is important to decide which type of work environment will be the best fit for you. Working for a boutique real estate firm versus a big box traditional brokerage firm has many benefits and unique advantages. Roxan Coffman Properties prioritizes superior representation, workplace community and exceeding client […]

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5 Austin Experts You Need in Your Real Estate Corner

Embarking on buying a home can be a complex process made more complicated by not assembling the right team of Austin experts. To achieve your transaction goals and protect your interests, you need an excellent real estate agent, title company and escrow officer, mortgage lender, home inspector, and an appraiser on your side. Explained below […]

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How Not to Sell Your Austin Home: Major Mistakes to Avoid When Selling Right Now

The best selling season is here, but how do you secure top price without major mistakes detracting from your listing? In HomeLight’s National Agent Insights Survey on what sellers are most likely to trip up on in the sales process, 54 percent of sellers made errors pricing their home, 21 percent failed to prep their […]

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Looking Sharp: What’s Trending in 2018 Interior Design

In 2018 Pantone’s color of the year, ultraviolet, is impacting interior design, with other trends ranging from florals to matte black finishes. Whether you’ve been thinking about a design update or want to remodel your Austin home to look more attractive to buyers, consider incorporating these most prevalent trends of 2018 interior design. Floral Floral […]

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What Rising Mortgage Rates Mean For Buyers Purchasing an Austin Home

As mortgage rates continue climbing, it might seem like Austin buyers need to rush into securing a home to get a low rate. However, according to Trulia and Zillow, the current Austin interest rates of 4.2 percent for a 30-year fixed mortgage and 3.6 percent for 15-year fixed are still historically low. Meaning buyers can […]

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