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The best hospitals you can find! We are a large retirement community and Cascades has many of the doctors as residents in our subdivision. Community information is important to know in your search for a home and I would be happy to help you in finding your new home!... more
Kenshia there are a few homes to choose from in that price range. What are you looking for? How many bedrooms, a certain area? Contact me and I would be glad to send you an email of what is available. firstname.lastname@example.org 903-343-2291... more
You should be looking at Hudhomestore.com. These will be homes offered for sale that had an fha loan foreclosed on. HUD has worked hard to make their system user-friendly, and I believe it is. Just remember that foreclosed homes are not automatically CHEAP! They are almost always a good deal for the market, but too many people confuse them with homes sold 'on the courthouse steps', which can be much less due to the auction-style sale.... more
Hi! You are describing Longview, which I predict you'll love! With a population of about 75000, we are big enough to attract major chain restaurants and retail, yet small enough to have the local ones as well. We have our own Symphony, Ballet, Theater company, Art Museum, Historical Museum, Children's Museum, and many clubs/organizations. We have excellent medical care facilities - in fact we are a designated retirement community largely due to medical facilities (and area lakes). I could go on and on, but because of your list of wants & needs, I want to say we have small satellite communities with excellent schools and a more rural feel - namely Diana, Hallsville, and White Oak, all within 10-15 minutes of the center of Longview. As an added benefit, one can use USDA 100% financing in those smaller communities, as well as Kilgore. Please consider letting me email you some more information that will be helpful when you're ready to get serious - and I would love to be your realtor!
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Tyler, TX has county, city, school and college taxes. Compared to most states Tyler, TX has a lower tax base, which is the top reason so many relocate to our city. For ex: a home with 2,440 sq. ft. Built in 2010 total taxes are approx. $5,250. I hope this helps. Mark and Debbie Sample with Keller Williams Realty. 903-539-0029 www.DebbieSampleSells.com... more
It looks like that house is no longer available on Trulia, I checked in our local MLS and don't find that it was listed there either so I'm not sure if it was a faulty post. Are you looking to move to Tyler?... more
That's actually a very hard question to answer because there are other factors that can affect the rent total. Things like location, amenities (in home or neighborhood), condition, perceived desirability of neighborhood, school districts, and others. Just based on a very basic "guesstimate", I would expect (in Tyler, TX) between $1800 and $2600 however it could vary from those numbers due to factors such as those I mentioned.... more