Please give me a call so i can go over the details in person and see if they can qualify for any of the First TX home programs. I recognize that you are very busy, so I am only asking you to spend 6 minutes with me to discuss your needs so we can determine if we can be of service to you. After answering just a few simple non-credit related questions (I do not need to pull your credit report in advance) I will be able to email you some options that will allow you to immediately determine if we are the right choice for you and your family.
I look forward to working with you to make your dreams a REALITY.
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Can't lie angry renters are a hazard to getting a good price, and yes if you market to investors you will be okay to put it on the market while they still are living in in the home, because they've all been there, However, you have to be prepared to go below market, but the good news if you can afford to go below market the sale should be quick.... Selling it to regular non cash buyers will be almost impossible, due to problems with standard contract issues such as inspections ,or appraisals ....
Who knows they could also be trying to pull some kind of legal stunt too which happens all the time anymore, and only an investor could or would handle those types of ups and downs. first like some one else on here said to do, please check and see if the lease you signed with them gave you permission to place a lock box on the front door? Not that it's insurmountable but it's a pain if you didn't .. you know unless they are total scum you might make a deal with them tell them if they play ball they won't have to leave until it's sold?
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Depends on why you are sending them out. If I were a new agent I would sit in an open house every weekend in order to meet both buyers and sellers. Offer to sit in other agentâ€™s listings, then send the postcards to all of the neighbors in the subdivision inviting them to my open house. Be picky about the location you choose to sit in, good luck,
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There are several routes you can take. Keep in mind, a real estate agent's income is usually completely commission-based. To start off this way, you will need to have money set aside to both finance your business, and live off of, while you learn the business, get clients, and close a deal. This can take some time - I didn't close my very first transaction for several months. It's tough, but patience and hard work can pay off!
There may be opportunities for being a real estate assistant or buyer's agent where you can earn a salary, and have help getting leads, while you are learning the business.
Feel free to contact me and I'd be happy to give you some more tips and pointers.
Best of luck,
Keller Williams Realty