A Residential Real Estate Blog covering the city of Austin, Texas. Highlighting "Off Market" along with Austin Silent Market Inc Real Estate Active MLS Properties for Sale & Lease. Proud Indie ATX Business Advocacy and Local Culture. Written, Produced & Curated by Austin Silent Market Broker Associate = George Vance McGee 512.657.9281 direct & firstname.lastname@example.org
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I Passed the Broker Real Estate exams for the state of Texas! George Vance McGee now a valid Real Estate Broker in Texas.
Happy, Joyous, Wonderful News! After formally applying with TREC (Texas Real Estate Commission) for a broker's license, multiple 30 hours Education Courses passed via Champions Real Estate, along with a 2 days Champions Real Estate Broker Exam Prep Course...on Friday 12.18.2020 George Vance McGee officially PASSED both the National and State sections of the state of Texas Broker's Exam. (on the 1st attempt) Hip hop hooray! I am so happy!
I wish my Mother Andrea Roberts McGee (rest in peace) was still around so I could tell her. She'd have been proud of me. I'd also like to thank my Broker / Dad / Real Estate Coach and caring Mentor George Sears McGee for his years of care, teaching and REAL LIFE, REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE PRACTICING, tutelage.
I'd also like to thanks Champions Real Estate School. The Zoom Live Courses with Teachers and Students around the great state of Texas were enjoyable, informative, accurate, fun and worthwhile!
I'd also like to thank the Cherrywood Coffehouse on E. 38th 1/2 for the peaceful, studious friendly, welcoming, yet Austin-weirdtastic vibes.
My plan is to continue with Austin Silent Market Real Estate, until my pops officially decides to retire from practicing.
I'm also perhaps thinking I could maybe one day TEACH a live say 3-4 Hours Course, tentatively titled "Guerilla Real Estate Business Development and Marketing"
Per Facebook Post and Photo Janrai Gravely & Re-Posted by Madison Kisner. t a f S p o n m s o r e "In case you were at Mozart’s today." 12.23.2020 While I got your attention. Got a question about Austin, Texas Real Estate? Residential? Leasing? Commercial? Lots? Building? Rental Income Investment Property? If so let's talk about it! Austin Silent Market's Licensed Broker Associate George Vance McGee 512.657.9281 iphone email@example.com Happy Holidays and New Year in 2021
NOVEMBER 24, 2020 • 53 MINUTES George Vance McGee - Unicorns and Local Politics (Austin Prop A) Austin unicorn George Vance McGee comes on the podcast to discuss how Austin has changed over the years, recent changes to local law (an increase in property taxes), and some things we can do to keep Austin an amazing place to live. PLAY EPISODE Click here to VIEW / WATCH Friends in Austin PODCAST / VIDEO 53 Minutes. Click here for the VIDEO YOU- TUBE full LINK. https://www.friendsinaustin.com/ https://www.friendsinaustin.com/episodes Listener Review, " I just watched Geo II on Friends in Austin. I intended to watch only a few minutes. Instead, I watched the whole damn thing. I would have known he was your son even if I had no clue. I especially loved his line about the Drag: “It’s gone from hippie bums to actual bums.” You can’t ask for a more blunt and pertinent assessment." David Brooks HOME ABOUT EPISODES SUBSCRIBE NOVEMBER 24, 2020 • 53 MINUTES George Vance McGee - Unic
Dear Austin City Council Members and Planning Commissioners, As a local who was born and raised in Austin, I love Barton Springs! It along with the Hike and Bike Trail are the 2 Jewells of Austin. I am also 2x season pass Austin Recreation swimmer Buyer. I really enjoy this Season Pass option, as I get to skip to lines. I also love Deep Eddy Pool and all the City of Austin's public Pools. I love the fact that NO dogs are allowed inside of Barton Springs Pool! I was attacked by a dog as an infant child and have a so/so relationship with dogs to this day. One of the JOYS of Barton Springs is its "peaceful serenity" in the middle of a bustling city. No dogs No Alcohol. It is a peaceful, Zen-vibe, and heck I even enjoy the freedom "clothes" optional elements as well. It is easy enough to get FOOD and DRINKS and alcohol on Barton Springs Road, for example Barton Springs Saloon, Baby A's restaurant and their Purple Margaritas, Austin EastCiders, etc. so I feel