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Texas 4000 Riders Bike to Help Fight Cancer

By Amy Olivarez Each year, they gather in the heat of the summer, bicycling more than 4,000 miles through parts of the Mojave Desert, the Rocky Mountains and the Ozarks. They make this harrowing journey to spread awareness and hope … Continue reading

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What Do Dads Look For When Buying a Home?

By Patricia L. Garcia When it comes to homebuying decisions, often the matriarch of the family has the final say. But, let’s not forget dad when it comes to buying a home. It is 2016, after all. No longer does … Continue reading

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48-Home Community Sellout, Homebuyers Fall in Love with Brookfield Homes.

In the last 6 months, 48 people fell in love with their beautiful, brand new homes at Coronado in Long Beach, fulfilling the dream of homeownership made possible by the Long Beach Housing Development Company and Brookfield Homes. When Troy … Continue reading

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The HERS Index is the MPG for your Home.

This morning I read a great post from S&A Homes talking about measuring a homes HERS Index. The index is a scoring system established by the Residential Energy Services Network and is used to rate the energy efficiency of a … Continue reading

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Post Tension Foundations Improves New Home Construction

Why Post-Tensioning Is Valuable You may have heard strange stories of houses “settling” that range from simple curious sounds homeowners hear to strong, jarring movement. The lack of tension handling ability can cause concrete to act oddly, and sometimes dangerously. … Continue reading

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