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At the GoodLife, your experience with our team matters and we are constantly looking for new ways to make it better – for you.

“My continuing experience with the GoodLife Team is exceptional. Given this
was my first home purchase, I had many questions.”

~Kevin C. Zillow.com
“I am so lucky to have the Goodlife Team on my side. I listed my home remotely
(living in Chicago) and the experience was seamless and simple…”
~Chelsea M. Yelp.com
“Their use of social media and other online marketing strategies – rather
than the open houses on weekends and the fliers in the sign tubes…”
~Patrick Google.com

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At the GoodLife Team, we believe in full transparency because it keeps us honest and accountable. What you have to say, good or bad, makes us better at achieving our end goal – providing a better experience for you, the customer.

Recent Posts

    March 26, 2015

    FOR SALE! | 1810 Newton St Austin, TX 78704

    View the Tour DUPLEX | For Sale!! MLS #: 7687389 Price:   $519,000 Unit A Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1.5 Square Feet: 900 Sq Ft Year Built: 1996 Unit B Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Square Feet: 1,267 Sq Ft Year Built: 1897  

    March 26, 2015

    The Ins and Out of Seller Financing

    Any time you can cut out the middleman is a good thing, right? That’s the basis of seller financing: eliminate bank and mortgage lender involvement and keep the transaction strictly between buyer and seller. It has risks, but the rewards could be worth it. What Is Seller Financing? In seller-financed transactions, the seller doubles as the lender,