A Home for the Holidays: Magnificent Midland Traditional Built to Entertain

With the holidays right around the corner, it got us thinking — what’s on the Midland real estate market that would make a perfect home for the holidays?

Although there were a few contenders, we have fallen hard for the 5,822-square-foot, four-full-and-one-half-bath, brick Traditional at 3900 Fairwood Court in Midland. (more…)

Robert Graham Beauty in Coveted Mockingbird Oaks Could Be Yours For Under $1.4M

6113 Dubarton Oaks in Midland is currently listed by Jennifer Leyba of Keller Williams Realty Midland. 

If you are into soaring 25-foot-ceilings, rich custom millwork, and the highest level craftsmanship money can buy, then this well-appointed beauty in coveted Mockingbird Oaks is for you.


Found! Low-Maintenance Living at 3300 Wrigley for Under $450K

This home at 3300 Wrigley in Midland is currently listed for $447,500 by Victoria Printz of The Victoria Printz Team Realtors

This week we are pleased as punch to showcase the brick beauty at 3300 Wrigley in Midland, just in time to mention two little words – open house! Head over to this darling three-bedroom, three-bath traditional townhome on Sunday, Sept. 17, from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. and see what low-maintenance living is all about. (more…)

Who is Mr. Midland? We Uncover the Truth.

The Mr. Midland Team, pictured left to right, Jordan Vavala, Cameron Willmann, Lance Welch, Nathan Reeves, Tara Paiement, Yesenia Ortiz, not pictured Marisa Correa, and Candyce Patteson (Photo courtesy the Mr. Midland Team).

You may have seen the signs, attended an event, or heard a whispering of the two words among friends and neighbors – Mr. Midland. Ring a bell? As promised earlier this month, we are taking a closer look at the seven person team behind the “Mr. Midland” brand to see what makes this group tick.

Q: First off, who is Mr. Midland?
“I have never called myself Mr. Midland,” says Cameron Willmann, leader of The Mr. Midland Team at Keller Williams Realty Realty in Midland.

“It was the team name that came about from my old broker when I teamed up with my business partner,” he said. “When we moved to Keller Williams Realty, the name was already there, so we ran with it. When he left the business for a bit, the team stayed on and now, some people call me Mr. Midland.”

“I guess because it is not a far stretch to associate the name of the team with the team leader/owner.” (more…)

Great Bones: Midland Charmer Under $350K Won’t Last Long

4905 Kingsboro Ct, Midland, currently listed for $329,900 by Victoria Printz, of the Victoria Printz Team Realtors

Searching for a Midland family home with great bones that’s easy on the budget? Well, one look at this inviting brick Traditional at 4905 Kingsboro Court and you’ll be sold!

For $329,900 you get four-spacious-bedrooms, two-full-and-one-half-bathrooms, and 2,588-square-feet of gracious living space with plenty of natural light. (more…)

Midland Country Home Packs Pretty Punch on the Inside

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While the landscaping on this Midland country home could use a bit of curb appeal, inside it offers beautiful finishes and lots of room for a growing family.

This four-bedroom, two-bath, 2,656-square-foot brick home sits on two acres on a county road. With a nice fence and lampposts in the front, there’s a lot of potential for landscaping to make this country home match the inside, which is practically turnkey.


Victoria Printz Weighs In on Midland’s Tight Buyer’s Market


Midland’s housing inventory continues to tighten amidst influx of buyers, including nearly 170 families currently relocating with Anadarko Petroleum Corporation.

The Midland Reporter-Telegram recently cited a 10-year record high for March with 231 homes sold at $66.458 million, compared to $40.934 million homes sold in the most active February going back five years.

This news is no surprise to Victoria Printz – top producing real estate agent serving Midland area residents since 1995.


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By Austin Rucker, Midland Editor

Prior to Midland, my experience with trailer homes (or their upscale name, motor homes) came from working door to door sales where a guy once invited me into his motor home and played Online Poker while pointing out the best billet you could get would be a Warrant Officer in the Army since you get to fly, and “it’s cool, it’s chill, everybody calls you ‘Chief’ “. Then he spat some tobacco into his coke bottle. I don’t even recall if he signed up for cable and phone service, but he had a relaxed, low key trailer home existence and that stuck with me. Hs blood pressure at age 60 was probably lower than mine.

Contrast this to Midland, where you see BMW sports cars in the RV motorhome park. Here you find this 2015 Ford F450 Platinum, a $100K Montana Big Sky and a Jeep Wrangler of equal or lesser value cozy in an RV park with quick access to the open spaces and Horned Toads as only Midland can offer. It really puts the M-streets (the Conservation District!) in Dallas to shame. Many folks in Highland Park wish they had it this good.

I had to talk to the owner of this luxury get up, had to. Using my skills acquired in the door to door sales industry, I walked up, said hi, we shook hands. I had to know, being a transplant from Dallas, why he had a set up a mobile house instead of just buying some Midland dirt?

While he chose not to be identified, he provided valuable insight for my anthropological exploration.

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