About Pat Williams

Pat Williams is a dormant Real Estate Agent but prefers the term Real Estate Inamorata. Instead of helping buyers and sellers view and close on homes, she now has fun looking at and writing about interesting homes in North America and the world. In her "real" job, she helps successful agents and real estate teams market themselves online at CyberCletch.
Cell: (248) 842-5527
Email: Info@CyberCletch.com

You can catch up with her on Google+, Flickr, Linked In and Twitter too.

SOLD: Waterfront Home in Commerce Township, Michigan

Nature & Nurture Enjoy being surrounded by exceptional natural water views while nurturing yourself in the comfortable luxury of this 2970 sq ft home with 3.5 baths, Great Room, Living Room, formal Dining Room, Den, huge kitchen with Corian counters, cherry cabinets, hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances. The impressive Great Room, like the Living […]

Share

Will This Change the Home Construction Industry?

3D printing capabilities, currently used in engineering design are considered for scaling to large projects such as building neighborhoods for all – from the needy to the wealthy. This could completely change the face of the construction industry. What do you think? It’s a very interesting TED talk with a hat tip to NMJUNCTION for […]

Share

Swank Selling Her 9.5 Million Dollar Baby

This gorgeous 1928 mediterranean home has been beautifully restored by architects Marc Appleton, and offers ocean views from almost every room. The two-time Oscar winning actress is rumored to have placed her home on the market because of the breakup of her five year relationship with agent John Campisi. Not your average house, this 1928 […]

Share

Home on the Range: Montana Custom Build

Black Bull golf community is located in a valley the outskirts of Bozeman, Montana and is surrounded by mountain views. The 485 acre community was the historic Leachman cattle ranch. Lots are sold from the low $100,000’s to the low 200,000’s and range from a half to a full acre. Built around a Tom Weiskopf […]

Share

Grab a Bull by his Horns in Montana

Montana is breathtaking with its rocky mountain-faces, meandering rivers and wide valleys dotted with cattle. It’s the perfect state to settle if you want to “get away from it all”. Well, maybe from all the noise and hustle… not so much the luxury and golf courses! On the outskirts of Bozeman, Montana, is a new […]

Share

Game Farm Living in Africa

Imagine building a home located on a private game farm in Africa. Nature lovers and photographers capture mountain and valley views with birds, giraffe, zebra, blue wildebeest, waterbuck, kudu, impala, and other grazing animals that wander nearby looking for the sweet and sour veld to munch on. The images here are from a three homes […]

Share

Island Living in a Victorian Cottage

Off the shores of mainland Michigan, where the world’s third longest suspension bridge joins the upper and lower peninsula, is a Lake Huron island that allows you to step back in time. Most visitors arrive by ferry from Mackinaw City in the lower peninsula or St. Ignace in the upper, and when they make footfall […]

Share

Living History in Howell Michigan

Small town America. If you’ve done even the slightest bit of road trippin’, you’ve driven through many small town Main Streets lined with beautiful homes dating back a hundred years or more. Like many, you may have dreamed about owning a piece of that three story history just so you can revel daily in the […]

Share

House? Condominium? Which is Right for You?

Are you trying to decide what kind of home to be searching for? Singles, young couples, small families and empty-nesters often weigh condos and single family homes. It’s all a matter of deciding what is most important to you, and what is not important. Many articles and websites evaluate “the pros and cons” of each…but […]

Share

Planning for a Smooth Move!

When my family moved from Wasaga Beach, Ontario to Columbus, Ohio, we had many logistics to overcome. Getting our cars approved, organizing the moving truck, getting rid of all the liquids in our house, saying our goodbyes and finding temporary housing in our new country. Fortunately, we had the help of a relocation company, although […]

Share