If you are trying to learn about Fort Worth and its surrounding area then I would suggest that you come and visit and have a look around. A realtor can assist you by educating and sharing what each area has to offer. Think about where you work, how long you are willing to commute from work, school, your budget either for leasing or purchasing, whether you need to live close to a family member/friends etc.
I'd be happy to assist you further. Feel free to call me at 469-371-2899.
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United Real Estate
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Dallas, TX 78240
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maybe you can rent here first if you want to sell in NJ.
Sell your home, get the cash, and then buy here?
Sell your house now in NJ and have cash ready when you get here to buy?
Rent your house in NJ and rent or buy here?, but check with your lender first to make sure you can buy two homes.
Just let us know how we can help.
Don't get yourself boxed into a closet by talking to the wrong people first. You will want to consult with a knowledgeable Realtor FIRST. Be aware that I don't run your credit report and take the risk of lowering your score before you are READY to submit an application to a loan officer. Everything you discuss with me is held in confidence, whereas anything you say to a loan officer will put your application at risk. There are many rules which you may need to be aware of before you go blundering into a lender's office. There are ways to "shelter" your financial information so that only what is needed is laid on the table for the lender to scrutinize. You will be more likely to get approved if you understand the rules first before you plunge into the spotlight of seeking a loan, where even your underwear may get inspected!
I can provide you with a comprehensive service, at no charge to you, which will answer all your questions, and find a solution for all of your Real Estate needs. That includes your property in NJ as well as your future property in Texas, AND a place you can rent temporarily, if that is what it turns out you need.
I have many hundreds of satisfied customers from the 34 years I have been practicing the profession in two states, and referring clients to the exact specialists they need to deal with in the other 48. Contact me directly by phone, text, or email at your earliest convenience. We need to talk...
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Thanks for the post. I have noticed that there are a lot of conflicting answers to your question so i decided to answer it from a lender view and from one who moved here from Montclair NJ. Before you go signing up with a Realtor the process start with your Lender. Allow me to get you approved with your current home retained and rented out and get approved with the current home being sold. This will allow you to decided for your family which is the ideal financial situation to be in. After you have used that information to decide i say you hire a Realtor in TX to find you a place for 6 months that will give you and your family enough time to get here and learn the lay of the land and find the right neighbourhood for your family. If you need me to recommend a good agent in Ft. Worth that will work with you without you have to feel that you are been rush let me know. I look forward to working with you and making your dreams a reality.
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Just to add to my post below - since dealing with your home here (either renting it out, or selling it) may be pivotal in what you do next in TX, your first move should be to select an agent here, along with one from TX..
Together they can help you coordinate this move.
I worked with a transferee moving here from New Mexico - I was on the phone often with the NM agent to help bring it all together.
I am surprised no one else from NJ responded here as yet.
Certainly, you have a number of interested Fort Worth agents to reach out to.
So - If your home is in the Essex, Morris or Union County area, I can certainly help you. Otherwise, I can also help you find someone who is in your area, as my company has numerous offices in other counties.
Contact me and we can discuss all your lending options, plus once approved I can put you in contact with the right agent.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Arthur Garcia III
I see you're getting a lot of responses, and I'm sure you will get many more. I can help you with both selling your home in NJ and purchasing one here in Fort Worth. My company works with the largest relocation company and we are able to connect sellers and buyers with agents all over the world. They are good quality agents that must have the right qualifications and production. I too am relocation certified, and work not only with transferees, but with anyone wanting to buy or sell. I can also help if it's a rental you're looking for. Give me a call and I would be happy to get both processes started for you.
I look forward to the opportunity to assist you.
Cheryl Wages, Realtor
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
I retired from moving around for 22 years in the military, and I understand what you are going through. I also have been selling homes in the Fort Worth area for more than 33 years, so I am very knowledgeable about this area. I will be happy to give you some professional advice on how to sequence your move and the disposal of your NJ property. You may or may not have the ability to purchase a house right away in Tarrant County, but we will take it one step at a time. There is no fee for my consultation, and we can begin by phone or email even before you arrive in the DFW Metro-plex.
Once you are here, we will follow a checklist to achieve your goals and find the best house for your family. Please contact me directly for more details.
ULTRA Real Estate Services
I would be delighted to assist you in your real estate needs. Your current home sounds wonderful, and would enjoy seeing the pictures. I would like to find out a little more information regarding your needs for your new home, i.e. # of bedrooms, bathrooms, likes, dislikes, etc.. Born and raised in Fort Worth, my knowledge of the local market will benefit your situation for selling your existing home, and locating and acquiring your new home. I look forward to speaking with you.
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Alexander Chandler Realty, LLC
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Fort Worth, Texas 76116
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Well, I have some questions!
1. Are you planning to buy or rent in Fort Worth? (is this a permanent move?)
2. Are you planning to sell your NJ home, or hold it and rent it out?
3. If you're going to buy - CAN you buy without selling first?? - Do you have a down payment if you decide to hold onto the house and rent it out?
and finally - how do YOU see this playing out?
If you have no intention of moving back to NJ, and you do not want to be a landlord, then selling here is something you need to start working on NOW, considering you have a March "move" date.
Call in a few local agents to give you a market analysis so you will have a reasonable expectation of what your home is worth (hopefully you are able to sell and don't find yourself in a short sale situation). Ask for written marketing plans............compare and contrast what is being offered.
At the same time, connect with a Fort Worth agent and discuss your needs and wants......they can also, if needed, put you in touch with a mortgage rep who can go over the financials with you....
By then you should have some idea of whether you want to buy or rent.......of course, you may not be able to buy if you need to sell in NJ, first, so that information will be useful in coming up with a plan.
I often advise transferees to rent for a short term just so they can get a feel for the new area. That would obviously involve making another move, but everyone is different in how they adjust to a new city. Only you know what your comfort level is.
Hope this helps get you started
If you're in my part of NJ, please let me know if I can be of help!
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Give me a call and we can discuss your situation. Please feel free to use my website. It will give you an idea whats available here in the Fort Worth market.
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