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7 tricks to keep your new home cool without facing a Texas-sized bill

Summer is in full swing here in Central Texas, and you know the drill—it’s going to get hot. We have a few ideas for how you can beat the heat without spending all your hard-earned money on energy bills. Here’s … Continue reading

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Relocating to Austin? Check out these move-in-ready homes

Buying a newly completed home offers all the advantages of a brand-new home without the wait associated with building. Our completed homes for sale have the latest “must-have” features that homebuyers are demanding, including great floor plans, beautiful cabinets, master … Continue reading

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Top 10 Home Maintenance Tips for First Time Home Owners

With more than 35 years in the residential real estate business, it’s clear that you can trust Clark Wilson Builder to deliver the dream home you’ve always wanted. Whether you’re a first time homebuyer or a retiree looking to move … Continue reading

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First Time Home Owner? Owning vs. Renting a Home

With more than 35 years in the residential real estate business, it’s clear that you can trust Clark Wilson Builder to deliver the dream home you’ve always wanted. Whether you’re a first time homebuyer or a retiree looking to move … Continue reading

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