There is alot of good information in the answers above. And, you need to figure out if there are multiple offers, which in that case, offering over the asking price may be the only way you will be the new owner. Parts of 77479 are experiencing multiple offers, one property I know of had over 15 offers! You need to make your offer stand out to get accepted. That being said, you must be comfortable with your offer and make it with an informed decision, one that a good realtor can help you provide. Best of luck!
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I say its time to bring in the attorney as it seem they made an error on their part but want you to pay. So off to the courts we go or is there a binding arbitration in the contract. I wish you the best and i would love to know the outcome.
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Hi Cole, Love to help you with your search. There are 2 homes active on the market today in the range of 230.000 and 260.000, built after 2000. Call me or send me a Email.
Anja Drewes, Broker Associate Re/Max
All the answers below state generalities about the two and don't answer your question. Assuming reducing risk is the ability to sell in five years for more than you paid...either location. But be sure you don't overpay today and be aware of external factors that could influence the areas (neighborhood) you choose.
You may be able to get more for the money in Cinco depending on price point. We know Telfair is all new or recent construction and selling like hotcakes. 1: Competing with new construction is always a challenge...so buy it right today and you should be fine. 2: Choose your realtor wisely. You get what you pay for! 3) ask the hard questions...look around, use common sense and "look past the shine" 4) negotiate hard.
Sugar land is hyped mainly by some agents that are oushy and play fear factors. Your children got to go to best schools. But as smart buyers one need to understand children contribute to ratings and it is beacuase how much as parents put in. A smart kid will be smart in any school in fortbend. One can buy two houses in certain part of Sugar land for the money you need to pay in Avalon. The houses are not even that great looking in Avalon. In colony lakes, sienna (Missouri city) and Magnolia plantattion and plantation colony (SUgar Land). The schools are recognized. Be wise and don't spend money when you can save so much. One house you live and one you can rent. Spend some extra money on tutoring. Don't work for mortgage company until you retire. Also don't fall for agents who are fear mongers....who do not represent you...but say you can only ask 10K less than asking price. Beware of Asian (Pakistani and Indian) agents....they are the biggest fear mongers... more