The Crape Myrtle, designated the official State shrub of Texas in 1997, is in bloom!! Crape Myrtles bloom from early May to late October and range in color from white to pink to red to purple to lavender. You will find numerous Crape Myrtles dotting the Spring Texas landscape. They are extremely popular due to the summer long color they provide and their easy care. Even amateur gardeners, such as myself, have been able to keep them alive and growing.
Photo taken of the Crape Myrtles gracing the banks of the 4+ acre lake at Louetta Lakes in Spring Texas
Jill is amazing and by far the best realtor I have ever worked with and if I could give her... read moreJill is amazing and by far the best realtor I have ever worked with and if I could give her 100 stars I would. I listed my home with Jill after having a bad experience with a very well known agency that advertises their ability to sell your home fast - which is what we needed and what they did not do.
I think what is most important to know if you are looking to hire a realtor is that the other company had my home on the market for weeks with minimal showings and no offers. With no major changes to the home Jill had my home on the market for TWO days and we ended up with NINE offers - the house closed in 21 days at a price above list price!
Jill was able to do this because she is a consummate professional, she has developed a process from your initial meeting to the closing that is stellar. Her level of service is extraordinary and going above and beyond seems to be her standard operating practice.
I highly recommend Jill if you are looking to hire a realtor!!! read less