Example: Mckinney Avenue State & Thomas Street
Many investors did research determine what future plans are, h ... more
It is really tough to know if you should wait or stay. If you plan to be in the home for many years I would say now is the time to buy.
I would consult with a lender and see what ... more
Contact a title company, it MIGHT require lender approval.
All parties would need be present show proof of ID legal paperwork required by Title with expense. Al ... more
What would you like to do now? Do you still want the house? Do either of you have representation?
Both Actually! Rates are very low, many homes to choose from, motivated sellers and buyers. However a lot depends on what you really want to do and your time frame.
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There aren't any town homes to be scheduled to be built in Riverside. The price range is probably going to start out in the $300's, although they've still not determined t ... more
Contact me there are options available...let's evaluate your situation and plan a course of action.
Mattye P. Smith
Colonial Real Estate
As always, sincerely appreciate your answers/inputs. I have to say this is a very informative site and all the realtors do a great job with their responses.
You can read thru a lot of blog articles on activ ... more
Coventry is accepting lot holds. That's it. Highland, Sanders, Huntington and Darling Homes are not accepting lot holds nor doing pre-sales as of yet. The Lakes will be the u ... more
Contact your local power provider. The answer is probably no.
The power grid is a series of transmission lines across the certificated area serviced by the power provider. T ... more
It's going to depend on additional upgrades and lot premium they may have added to that particular home. In areas like Positano and La Villita, a BPO (broker's price opini ... more
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Las Colinas, Coppell, Valley Ranch... I don't know your budget however there are so ... more
The builders in Riverside are Coventry, Highland, Huntington, Sanders and Darling Homes.