You can view public transportation options here. DART.org - Dallas Area Rapid Transit
www.dart.org Here you will find bus and rail maps and schedules, DART's Trip Planner, DART's system map....... more
They are bound by the terms of your lease, but they are under no obligation to renew your lease after it expires. If they think they can rent it for more money, they can raise your rent upon renewal. You have the option to renew at the higher rate or move.... more
This is a question for your Realtor. Read your contract. Once there is an executed contract the seller cannot opt out. The buyer would be able to demand you fulfill your agreement using the "specific performance" clause.... more
Check out this helpful Trulia link for an interactive map so you can research the neighborhood.
I would be happy to assist if you are not already working with another Realtor!
Elizabeth Morgan http://www.elizabeth.fathomdallas.com... more
The market in most neighborhoods has shifted to sellers market. The main reason is due to the lack of available properties for sale. Buyers are typically competing against other buyers for the sme property and in many cases, Sellers are getting over list price.... more
Absolutely! I have a client who just built his 6100 sqft dream home on a 16,000 sqft lot in Preston Hollow and he has tons of room for backyard entertainment, pool, circle driveway etc.
Message or email me at EliteHomeSellers@gmail.com for more information.... more
Contact me with requirement as to size,price and area of interest and will forward anything I find to you, when you see something that interest you we can go look. Houses that include shop will mostly be on the out skirts of town and a "Bundle" house and shop could be the way to go factoring all expenses.
Here are few reasons to enlist the services of a Licensed Realtor:
First of all, you do not pay the Realtor fee as a buyer, it is paid by the Seller.
If you are interested in a preowned home you would not have access to view
without a Realtor. You also would not have access to any information about
homes that had recently sold in that neighborhood as to base your offer on.
If you are looking at New Construction, are you familiar with New Construction?
Do you know what to look for as far as quality products, energy efficiency ect.
Do you understand and have knowedge of Builders Contracts? Do you know
what incentives might be available to you?
Realtors have the greatest access to homes on the Market, including homes
listed by other Realtors.
A Realtor will help you decide how much home you can afford, how you can
arrange for down payment and what financing options may be open to you.
A Realtor can help you find the home BEST suited to your needs with style,
size, amenities,location, accessibility to schools, transportation, shopping ect.
A Realtor can supply information on property values, taxes, utility costs, municipal
services and facilities.
A Realtor will be the Liaison between you and the Seller and can present offers,
and counter offers until agreement is reached.
These are just a few things to consider, as a Realtors knowledge is so much more involved
than this, but a good start!
Coldwell Banker Apex
Rarely.... there are corporate apartments, but they're normally pretty high per month. But it depends on what your situation is, how long you will be here, etc.
Here's a link to the few I found.
That is a question best answered by a real estate attorney. Realtors are prohibited from giving legal advice. You might get an answer from a local title company office but you really need a real estate attorney to help you. Start with your divorce attorney and he or she should be able to point you in the right direction. My opinion is that it will not work because of the loan, but that is nothing more than my opinion.... more
Each property or landlord has their own criteria. You would just want to ask that question prior to paying any application fees to be sure it wouldn't be an automatic denial. Everything is relevant and will probably depend on time since, re-establishment etc. but again, up to the owner of the property.... more