There are many great neighborhoods in Frisco and the entire Frisco area and county is on the rise. It really just depends on what fits your needs and tastes. If you can push out a little bit into surrounding cities you can get a lot more house for your dollar. We can put an agent on the hunt for you if you'll provide us with more information regarding your needs and wants. 855-866-8339 https://www.lysthouse.com/... more
Since it doesn't cost you anything to have a buyer's agent representing you, why not? The listing agent is working for the seller, not you. Just because you're paying cash, doesn't make the transaction less complicated. You still want an agent looking out for your best interests.... more
Your agent is correct. I have to tell my buyers the same thing. Trulia lists homes as foreclosures that may have been foreclosed in the distant past. They pull these from the public records. Your agent and local MLS are the best sources for listings that are guaranteed to be available.... more
She will have to sing a few documents we in TX have community property laws that requires all spouse to be made aware of all real estate transaction regardless of them being on the title. Work with a TX Lender who knows the laws. I would be delighted to provide you with some mortgage options, (this does not require us pulling your credit) that will allow you to make the best decision for your family. I can be contacted via my profile information for a no obligation consultation. My Office hours are 08:00 AM-08:00 PM Mon-Fri and Fri and Sat 08:00 AM-06:00 PM CST.
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I am a landlord that had a judgement in my favor. I gave my tenants extra time to move because I did not want to see them forciably removed, so I never file the writ of execution. Question is...if the judgement does not have any of tenants' personal information, SS# and DL#, how does it even get record in the credit record on the rental part?... more
I have gone through the program in Houston many, many years ago and was able to purchase my first home. I do not doubt that the process is slow and I had no help other than relying on myself to complete the tasks and get my information in. Within about 6 months I had a brand new home with a great monthly payment. Now, almost 9 years later I have relocated and plan to attend a workshop in Dallas this weekend. I do plan to use a realtor with NACA experience to help guide my husband and I though the process so hopefully it will be as painless as possible. Considering the ratio of LO's to clients, something should be done about that based on the large number of people who are actually interested and plan to follow through. I will have my fingers crossed.... more
Although it is for specific areas, USDA financing is available. It is 100% financing. You could go to the website to find out about the areas that qualify for USDA financing. I just recently sold a home to a client that used this loan product. The closing was smooth and easy. I would love to assist and answer any further questions you may have to reach your goal of owning your new home. Please don't hesitate to contact me.... more
No you can't. Buying a home at auction is exceedingly risky, and rarely profitable. I have yet to see a house that was cheap enough or special enough to justify the risk involved with buying a home that has been foreclosed upon. I've worked in the Lewisville area for 21 years..let me know if I can assist you.
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