Jennifer, as my peers have mentioned, property taxes are paid for the previous year and need to be paid by January. There are instances where a payment plan is set up, however there may be fees associated with that. During closing both buyer and seller have their portion of the property taxes owed settled on the closing statement.
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Calif has it & recently my Dad & I sold his home for $665000! let me tell u he got hammered with that Tax hopefully Tx never adds to our Closings. I feel that would be very detrimental to our Economy. Our Taxes are the highest I believe for any of the surrounding States.... more
A good way to secure a mixed use property and still get residential mortgage rates is with an FHA 203K loan. Mixed use is allowable under this program. I am happy to help, see my profile for contact information.... more
Not sure why Trulia would do this, but when I go to my HAR website there is a filter for Montrose and for Houston Midtown that are side by side areas. These two areas combined make up MLS Area 16 on our larger Metro Map and is inner loop and a very desirable part of town.
If you would like to check out my website and send me a message with what you are looking for, I would be happy to send you a personalized list.
price range, # of bedrooms, etc, Pets?... more
Hello, there are options available to you! I am very familiar with that area and would be more than happy to help you with your search, but I would need to know a little more information from you... Such as your likes and dislikes, and a list of necessities. PLEASE contact me at 832-588-4417 or send me an email: email@example.com. I look foward to hearing from you... Thank you in advance!... more
Do you have your landlord's approval? If not, that would be the first step. Many owners would want to interview the new prospective tenant before granting permission for a sublease. If you live in a complex with a management company, it may be even more difficult. Whatever the circumstances, do not go behind the owner's back ... it could be a very expensive lesson.
Assuming that it's OK, I'd post it on Craigslist or one of those "green sheets" found in many restaurants and convenience stores. I own several rental properties, and would not want to lease any of my homes to a stranger. Best of luck ...
i'm sure you have a HMA, homeowner ass. send a letter to them, explain your situation.
Usually, they go at the house make outside inspection and send them a review with the policies. They also send how many days they have in order to repair or do the yard.
If they don't do anything, HMA send a company and make the requirement by the policies, and later they send to the owner the bill.
If you don't have HMA, look in your community/town what is the law said.
Good Luck... more