Buying a home is an exciting experience, but it can feel a bit overwhelming if you don’t have the right information. Check out these helpful resources about the home buying process. When you’re ready, give Bill and Kelly Vaughan a call at 972-885-0178 to tour available homes in the Collin County – McKinney, Frisco, Allen, and Plano – areas.

Living in Allen, Texas

Those who live in Allen,Texas will tell you it has a great small town feel and a short trip to Dallas. If you are thinking of moving to Allen, there are two important things you need to know about life in Allen. This video will clue you in on what those two things are…

Living in Plano, Texas

Living in Plano TX is really all it’s cracked up to be! In this video, we share three things you need to know about living in Plano, TX… and one of them is SHOCKING! To quote the Real Housewives of Dallas, “It’s getting a little Plano up in here”! Plano has all that and more!

Living in Frisco, Texas

Living in Frisco, TX can be an absolute dream! From the explosive growth to the endless entertainment options to outstanding schools, Frisco is the place to be in the northern Dallas suburbs.

Living in McKinney, Texas

Living in McKinney Texas is one of my favorite things about the North Texas area. In this video, I will introduce you to some of my favorite things about Mckinney, Texas. We will talk about the awesome parks, historic downtown area, and the arts and culture of McKinney.

How to Buy a House with Foundation Issues

Finding the right house to buy can be tricky. You have an idea of what you’re looking for – neighborhood, curb appeal, number of bedrooms, features, and fixtures. But what happens when you look past the basics, see through the staging, and assess the structure itself? It could be that the house you’ve chosen to … Continued

6 Steps to Buying a Home

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