Well....you did sign a contract...and you acknowledge that you do owe him/her a commission. But honestly...how much would the commission be on a rental anyway? I don't deal in rentals, primarily because of the low commissions. More work than it's worth. If I were the agent, I wouldn't push it. Not worth the time and energy and why turn a client into an adversary? But...maybe this agent needs the $$. Might be worth it to pay it to make him/her go away quietly.... more
Im a builder and Realtor. This is never a win/win. Realtors expect 3% or you'll be black balled. You have to decide if you want recurring realtor business or not. In Dallas, anything less than 3% is scoffed at. Most builders start at 3% go up from there for recurrent business. Basically, play the game or go at it alone without Realtor business. Business model decision you have to make.... more
West University Place is one of the most desired neighborhoods in Houston! It is a separate city bordered by Bellaire, Southside Place and Houston. the schools are outstanding, the recreation facilities great, with improvements in the works, and the police department is famous for their prompt replies to calls. The convenient location and the separate city government are just a couple of features that have kept the values high through the years.
The townhomes built near powerlines have caused some of my clients to have questions, but some have bought there and been very happy and healthy. I suggest you contact a health professional or attorney to get the facts.
If you need an agent to represent you, I would be happy to visit with you to find out the goals you have for this transaction. Call or email and we can make an appointment to meet!... more
The sales price will be a public record after the home closes. And should be available at your local tax office. If the home was listed and sold on a MLS board, that infomation may be available on the MLS the day of closing or soon afterwards.... more