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T H E H E A R T L A N D ’ S L E A D I N G R E A L E S TAT E & H O M E L I V I N G M A G A Z I N E

INSIDE THIS MONTH’S EDITION: n REALTORS support Senate Bill 2, 2 131 CR 600, LAKE BROWNWOOD — $329,900 — MCCLUSKEY & ASSOCIATES REAL ESTATE

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Texas Association of REALTORS announces support for Senate Bill 2 TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS news@brownwoodbulletin.com

The Texas Association of REALTORS® has announced its support for the property tax reforms provided in Senate Bill 2, now making its way through the Texas Senate. “The Texas Association of REALTORS® agrees with the Senate Finance Committee’s decision that the bill is indeed a good move for Texas property owners, who are currently paying the sixth-highest property taxes in the country,” said TAR Chairman Vicki Fullerton. Fullerton explained that Senate Bill 2 is a positive step forward in ending the common practice of local elected officials misleading taxpayers when budgets are adopted at the local level. “When local elected officials hide behind increasing property values

to justify larger budgets, taxpayers suffer. Senate Bill 2 goes a long way to fix this problem and provide more transparency and honesty in the local tax-rate setting process,” she said. The bill reduces the rollback rate for local taxing entities and requires an automatic rollback election if the local taxing entity exceeds the rollback rate. Despite some comments to the contrary, the bill does not limit the amount of revenue a local taxing entity may generate. “We believe SB 2 will help give property owners the transparency during the tax-rate setting process they deserve and encourage voters to participate in the rate-setting process. We hope the Texas Senate will vote for the betterment of the property tax system,” Fullerton said.


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AreYouMakingOneofThese7LandscapingMistakes? Don’t let badly designed or maintained landscaping wreck your home’s curb appeal BY Lisa Kaplan Gordon news@brownwoodbulletin.com

Clumsy, neglected, and hodgepodge landscaping not only hurts your home’s curb appeal, it can cut the value of your property and make it harder to sell. Real estate appraisers say bad landscaping is a buyer turnoff that can increase the number of days a property languishes on the market, which also hurts prices. “I’ve been with clients who won’t even go into a house because of the bad landscaping outside,” says Mack Strickland, a Chester, Va., REALTOR® and appraiser. Even more important, bad landscaping is a downer that hurts the way you see and enjoy your home. Don’t let bad landscaping happen to you.  Here are the seven landscaping mistakes that bust, rather than boost, your home’s curb appeal.

1. Planting without a plan Some landscaping choices, such as a line of begonias, will last a season; others, like trees, can last a lifetime. So, take time to plan and plot a yard

that gives you maximum enjoyment and curb appeal. For the design challenged, landscape architects are worth the investment ($300 to $2,500 depending on yard size). They will render elevations of your future yard, and provide plant lists so you can install landscaping yourself.

2. Too much togetherness Yes, planting in clusters looks way better than installing single plants, soldierlike, throughout your yard. But make sure your groups of perennials, shrubs, and trees have plenty of room to spread, or they’ll look choked and overgrown. Also, over-crowded landscaping competes with itself for food and water, putting the clusters at risk, especially during drought. Google how high and wide the mature plant will be, and then combine that info with the spacing suggestions on planting labels. At first, garden beds of young plants will look too airy and prairie-like. But within three years, your beds will fill in with room to grow. Landscaping, 7

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Luann McCluskey, GRI, Broker/Owner

325-642-2310 325-643-3200

1515 Austin Ave.,

www.brownwoodproperties.com

Service with Integrity since 1999

Jeremiah McCluskey

Jackie Randle,

Marc Followwell

Vicki Brelsford ,

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JEREMIAH MCCLUSKEY Joins our Team!! Jeremiah McCluskey is 38 years old and a Brownwood native. He's a proud husband to his wife, Ha Nguyen McCluskey of 12 years, who is a very successful nail tech locally. He is a loving Father to his two sons; Benson--11 years old, an athlete, and a student at Victory Life Academy; Dawson—4 years old, who will be enrolling into “VLA” for the 2017-2018 Pre-K class. Jeremiah has been a lifelong member of Victory Life Church (formerly Living Word) and loves his Pastor and church family. He attended TSTC and received his AAS in Industrial engineering. He soon began working as a technician at Kohler. He knew God was calling him out of the workforce into ministry. At the age of 22, he went on a mission trip to New York City one month after 9/11. He was forever changed. At age 23, he moved to Vietnam, a communist country, to share Christ. He was certified to teach English with his TOEFL certification. There he met Ha, the love of his life and got married in a traditional Vietnamese wedding. During his 3 years there, his oldest son Benson was born, and once Benson turned a year old, they decided to move back home to raise their family. Jeremiah has been greatly influenced in real estate due to his family being in the business for the past 18 years and owning a real estate brokerage here in Brownwood. He is an outgoing, energetic man who knows how to make you feel right at home. Jeremiah is a member of the Texas Association of REALTORS®, the National Association of REALTORS®, the Heartland Association of REALTORS®, and our local MLS Service (Multiple Listing Service) , which enables him to show and sell any listing in the area. He handles residential, farm and ranch, lake property, and commercial. You can contact Jeremiah at 325-642-9388 cell o,,r 325-643-3200 office. He can also be reached by email at jeremiahmccluskey@gmail.com. Whether you are buying or selling, Jeremiah will help make your ambition a reality!

ABOUT THE BROKER

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I am a Brownwood native & have lived here most of my life. My husband Joe & I have 3 grown children & 2 precious grandsons! We have been members of Victory Life Church since 1984. My hobbies include home decorating, & golfing. Before getting my real estate license, I worked in the secretarial field for 26 years & owned/operated a business for 7 years. I started my real estate career in 1999.

Our company is based on Christian values and people are our business! Whether you are a buyer or a seller, you can count on us to go the "extra mile" for you!! We handle all facets of real estate including:

2017-2018—currently serving on the NTREIS (North Texas Real Estate Informational Systems) Board of Directors 2017-2018--currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Heartland Association of Realtors (formerly Brownwood Board of Realtors) as MLS Director 2013-2014-- served on the Board of Directors for the Brownwood Board of Realtors as MLS Director 2012—served on the Board of Directors for the Brownwood Board of Realtors as TAR Director 2003-2016--Multi-Million-dollar producer 2009—Opened McCluskey & Associates Real Estate 2008 - Earned Broker's License 2008 - Executive Club Award for top sales 2008 - Agent of the Quarter Award for 3rd quarter 2005 - Earned GRI (Graduate Realtor® Institute) designation 1999 - Real estate license

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I am very blessed and want to say thank you to my husband, my clients, my fellow Realtors, but most of all to my God, who makes every day a success!!!! Call me... I would love to have your business!

To find your dream home or if you need to know the value of your home, call the McCluskey Team today!! Put our experience to work for you!!

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Season-by-SeasonLawnMaintenanceCalendar Tips for a barefoot-worthy lawn that’ll ensure your home has uber curb appeal BY DOUGLAS TRATTNER news@brownwoodbulletin.com

Ahhhh, that sensation of stepping onto a freshly mowed lawn sans footwear. There’s nothing like it. Here’s how to ensure that grassy feeling from spring to fall.

Early Spring

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Like so many maintenance jobs, everything goes smoother — and you’ll get better results — with proper preparation. Early spring is the time to get ready for lawn-growing and mowing season. Sharpen mower blades to ensure clean cuts. A dull blade tears the grass, leaving jagged edges that discolor the lawn and invite pathogens. Sharpen mower blades once each month during grass-cutting season. Have a backup blade (about $20) so that a sharp one is always on hand. Tune up your mower with a new sparkplug ($3 to $5) and air filter ($5 to $10). Your mower might not need a new sparkplug every season, but changing it is a simple job, and doing it every year ensures you won’t forget the last time you replaced your sparkplug. Buy fresh gas. Gas that’s been left

to sit over the winter can accumulate moisture that harms small engines. This is especially true for fuel containing ethanol, so use regular grades of gasoline. If you need to dump old gasoline, ask your city or county for local disposal sites that take old fuel. Clean up your lawn. Time to get out the leaf rakes and remove any twigs and leaves that have accumulated over the winter. A thick layer of wet leaves can smother a lawn if not immediately removed in early spring. Cleaning up old debris clears the way for applying fertilizer and herbicides.

Spring Depending on your weather, your grass will now start growing in earnest, so be ready for the first cutting. Don’t mow when the grass is wet — you could spread diseases, and wet clippings clog up lawn mowers. Fertilizing: Both spring and fall are good times to fertilize your lawn. In the northern third of the country, where winters are cold, fertilize in fall — cool weather grasses go dormant over winter and store energy in their roots for use in the spring. Lawns, 10


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Landscaping CONTINUED FROM 3 Remember: First year it sleeps, second it creeps, third it leaps.

3. Zoning out Don’t be seduced by catalog plants that look gorgeous on paper but aren’t suited to your hardiness zone. You’ll wind up with plants that die prematurely, or demand winter covers, daily watering, and other intensive efforts to keep them alive and well. Check plant labels to see which hardiness zones are best for your plants.

4. More of the same Resist the design temptation to carpet-bomb your yard with your favorite plant or shrub, which will create a boring, monochromatic landscape. Worse, your yard will look great when your fave flowers bloom, then will look drab the rest of the year. Mix things up and strive for fourseason color. For example, combine spring-blooming azaleas with summerblooming roses and autumn-blazing shrubs — such as burning bushes (Euonymus alatus). For winter color, try the red osier dogwood (Cornus stolonifera), a hardy shrub that sports bright-red branches in winter. Related: 9 Winter Plants that Dazzle Even in Snow

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Nothing wrecks curb appeal faster than rows of dead or dying shrubs and perennials. So quickly remove your dearly departed landscaping from your front and side yards. Spent plants that lived their natural lives are good candidates for a compost pile — if you grind them first, they’ll decompose faster. But if your landscaping succumbed to disease or infestation, it’s best to inter them in black plastic bags, then add to the trash.

6. Weeds gone wild Weeds not only wreck the look of your landscaping, they compete with pricey vegetation for water and food. Weeds also can shorten the life of brick, stone, and pavers by growing in mortar cracks. The best way to stop weeds is to spread a pre-emergent about three weeks before weed seeds typically germinate. If you can’t stop them from growing, at least get rid of weeds before they flower and send a zillion weed seeds throughout your yard.

7. Contain those critters Deer, rabbits, and other backyard pests think your landscaping is an allyou-can eat buffet, leaving you with denuded branches and topless perennials. If you’ve got a critter problem: Plant deer- or rabbit-resistant varieties. Your local extension agent can provide a list of green things critters won’t eat in your area. Install an electric fence around landscaping you want to protect. Spray plants with critter repellent. After a hard rain, spray again.

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• Allow vegetation to exceed 12-inches in height on property from the street edge to the alley center. • Park any motor vehicle, trailer or boat on any portion of unpaved front yard. • Store or park any vehicle that does not have a valid license plate, inspection sticker and is wrecked or inoperable for more than 30 consecutive days on private property or 72 hrs on public property. • Not display 4” tall house numbers visible from the street. o Have more than 4 dogs or cats or combination of both. Permit continuous barking or animal waste related health hazards. • Park any oversized commercial vehicle on a public space in a residential area. • Park any type of trailer on a public street, alley or parkway. • Have any unoccupied buildings left open and unsecured. • Construct or install any structure without appropriate permits. • Store items normally kept within a structure (appliances, building materials, furniture, mattresses, etc...) and items in such disrepair they cannot be used for the designed purpose (old travel trailers, lawn chairs with rotted cloth seats, etc) and/or trash, in open view. • Dump waste illegally. Not only city ordinance but state law also prohibits illegal dumping in unauthorized locations. Penalties for illegal dumping can be as high as $1,000 and/or 30 days in jail. Report illegal dumping at 1-877-897-DUMP.


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Luann McCluskey, GRI, Broker/Owner

325-642-2310 325-643-3200

1515 Austin Ave.,

www.brownwoodproperties.com

Service with Integrity since 1999

Jeremiah McCluskey

Jackie Randle,

Marc Followwell

Vicki Brelsford ,

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Luann McCluskey, GRI, Broker/Owner

325-642-2310 325-643-3200

1515 Austin Ave.,

www.brownwoodproperties.com

Jeremiah McCluskey

Jackie Randle,

Marc Followwell

Vicki Brelsford ,

325-642-9388

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325-643-3200

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COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES REDUCED!! 711 BELLE PLAIN ——$165,000 COMMERCIAL BLDG. ON 1.5 ACRES

Commercial building in great location on 1.5 acres. Previously operated as Smith Roofing Company. Located directly behind Underwood's BBQ. Reception area, 5 offices, 4 bathrooms, kitchen, 2 large shops, 2 open yards with covered parking. Call Luann.

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COMMERCIAL BUILDING TOTALLY FENCED Commercial building on 1/2

acre, previously operated as antique & jewelry repair— family owned for over 42 years. Property totally fenced with lots of parking. Great location for your business: auto, antiques, insurance etc. Endless possibilities. Call Luann today!!

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1507 AUSTIN AVE. —$115,000 COMMERCIAL BLDG. Commercial building with over 4000 sq ft of open space to make your own. Prime location with plenty of parking in the back! Endless possibilities for gym, retail, offices, nail shop etc. 20 year roof installed in 2015, new gas lines, electrical updates, plumbing updates, 2 bay doors, 2 AC units, half bath. Call Luann or appt.

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Lawns CONTINUED FROM 6 For the rest of the country, apply fertilizer just as your grass begins its most active growth. For best results, closely follow the application directions on the product. You’ll spend about $50 to $75 per application for an average 1/4-acre lot. Aeration: Aerating punches small holes in your lawn so water, fertilizers, and oxygen reach grass roots. Pick a day when the soil is damp but not soaked so the aeration machine can work efficiently. Pre-emergent herbicides: Now is the time to apply a pre-emergent herbicide to prevent crabgrass and other weeds from taking root in your lawn. A soil thermometer is a handy helper; you can pick one up for $10 to $20. When you soil temperature reaches 58 degrees — the temperature at which crabgrass begins to germinate — it’s time to apply the herbicide.

Early Summer Watch out for grubs: Warm weather means that grub worms, the larvae stage of June, Japanese, and other beetles, start feeding on the tender root systems of lawns. Affected lawns show browning and wilting patches. To be certain that the culprits are grubs, pull back the sod and look

for white, C-shaped grubs. If you see more than 10 per square foot, your lawn should be treated with a chemical pesticide. Milky spore is an environmentally friendly way to control some species of grubs. When using insecticides, read and follow all label directions, and water the product into the soil immediately. Cost is around $50 to $75 per application. Grass-cutting tip: Your grass is starting to grow fast, and you might even be cutting more than once a week to keep up. To keep grass healthy, mow often enough so you’re removing no more than 1/3 of the grass blade. Pesky weeds: Weeds that have escaped an herbicide application should be removed with a garden fork. Use a post-emergent herbicide only if you think the situation is getting out of hand. Check out our guide to some common types of weeds and tips on how to get rid of them. 

Summer Here’s a good mantra to guide you through the heart of grass-mowing season: The taller the grass, the deeper the roots, the fewer the weeds, and the more moisture the soil holds between watering. With that in mind, here’s how to ensure a healthy, green lawn: n Set your mower blade height to 3

inches. n Deep and infrequent watering is better for lawns than frequent sprinkles, which promote shallow root growth. In general, lawns need about 1 inch of water per week. Lawns that receive less than that will likely go dormant. That’s okay, the grass is still alive, but dormant lawns should still receive at least 1 inch of water per month. Your grass will green up again when the weather brings regular rains. n To check sprinkler output, scatter some pie tins around the yard to see how much water collects in a specific amount of time. Having a rain gauge ($5 to $20) will help you keep track of how much water the lawn receives naturally. n At least once each month, clean underneath your mower to prevent spreading lawn diseases. n Although it’s OK to leave grass clippings on the lawn where they can decompose and nourish the soil, remove large clumps. Regularly rake up any leaves, twigs, and debris. If your grass seems to be stressed out, check out our advice on.

Early Fall What to do if your lawn is turning brown? The best time to patch bare or thin spots is when the hot, dry days of summer have given way to cooler temps. Follow these simple steps:

n Remove any dead grass. n Break up the soil with a garden trowel. n Add an inch of compost and work it into the soil. n Add grass seed that’s designed for shade or full sun, depending. Spread the seed evenly across the bare patch. n Use a hard-tooth rake to work the seed into the soil to a depth of about half an inch. n Sprinkle grass clippings over the patch to help prevent the soil from drying out. n Water the area; you’ll want to keep the patch moist, so lightly water once a day until the seed germinates and the new grass gets about one inch tall.

Fall Your main job in fall is to keep your lawn free of leaves and other debris. You can use a mulching mower to break up leaves and add the organic matter to your soil, but be sure to clean up any clumps so they don’t kill the grass. In the northern one-third of the country, now is the time to fertilize your lawn. Your grass will store the nutrients in its roots as it goes dormant over the winter, and your lawn will be ready for a jump start when spring warms the ground. This is also the time to clean up your garden.

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