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Created 05/23/2016 at 01:08 PM

Jeff Whitehead has joined the sales team at Gateway 26 Doors. Jeff first became a licensed Realtor after working in the Oil and Gas industry, negotiating land acquisitions. Jeff brought his knowledge of contracts and title work to the world of residential real estate and soon joined TMG Commercial. Jeff holds the Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE) Designation and is a member of the Austin Board of Realtors, the National Board of Realtors, and member of the Multiple Listing Service. Jeff also holds a Bachelor’s of Science from Texas A&M University. With townhome construction underway, Jeff is... Read More

Created 03/17/2016 at 04:19 PM

Our construction trailer has arrived in anticipation of mobilizing the site for the upcoming unit construction. While it may look a little rough at first, once the deck and skirting are added and a fresh coat of paint applied the trailer will become our temporary sales office while the model home is being constructed. Final negotiations are underway to complete the construction loan documents with Broadway Bank- our construction lender. Unit construction will be performed by local builder Chuck Lemmond of Bear Creek Homes. If you happen to be at the site in the next few days you will also see... Read More

Created 02/09/2016 at 04:14 PM

Sometimes things ARE as simple as they appear. Naming a residential community might seem to be a daunting task, but the developers of the new residential development known as Gateway 26 Doors believe in simplicity. What follows is how this project came to be named. Gateway 26 Doors was the brain-child of a local commercial real estate firm called TMG Commercial. TMG Commercial is owned and operated by Mark J Lander (left) who is one of the principals behind the ownership and development of Gateway 26 Doors. Marks' two other principal partners are Jeremy Kethley (right) and Roger Pruitt... Read More

Created 02/09/2016 at 03:53 PM

What goes into developing a new neighborhood ? More than just brick and mortar, more than just lumber and nails. Working in concert with several local governmental agencies, a Site Development Plan is created which is then scrutinized by the City of Dripping Springs, The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Hays County, Pedernales Electric Co-Op, and the Dripping Springs Water Supply Corporation- all of whom have input and approval processes. The result is an approved Site Development Permit and civil engineering plans which outline everything from where the roads will run, the depth... Read More