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Sun Aug 18, 2013
Narda Temple answered:

I live in Memorial I am now a Real Estate Agent working for Buyers, and I have sold for years and Built for Clients their New Construction Homes for Different Builders all over Houston and yes the
and help you and go through the showing you different homes and help you with construction of one over the other.

Please call me and we can go and view properties together.

Narda Temple
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Fri Aug 16, 2013
Brandon Jenkins answered:

There is a short and long answer to your question and you have been getting both. The real answer depends on what route you take in purchasing your home. There are programs that will give you a down payment towards your home. However there is a catch, typically you will have to have some skin in the game. What I mean is most down payment assistance programs require that you pay some cost towards purchasing your home. whether it be for the inspection, closing costs, etc. I walk clients through these programs on a daily basis. I would be glad to give you more information. Give me a call @ 832-377-1721.

God Bless

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Wed Jul 3, 2013
Shagufta Sheikh answered:
Sure it is a great neighborhood. I myself lived in there for almost 5 years. CFISD Schools are good. my kids went in there. Please let me know if I can help you. I have sold houses in the area as well. ... more
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Tue Nov 8, 2011
Mirna Johnson answered:

I would love to assit you in looking for the perfect home for you and your daughter. Please give me a call.

Mirna Johnson, Realtor
RE/MAX CityView
(832) 239-2475
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Thu Apr 29, 2010
Vickey Wachtel answered:
Have you gotten the answer you were looking for? The value of a home is dependent on many factors, Location, Condition, Upgrades and Demand all play an important part is placing a value on the propery. A Realtor will be able to determine the market value of the property because of the access to information that you may not have. An Appraisor would be able to determine the loan value of the property based on the same factors. These two amounts may not be the same.

The fact is a property is only worth what a buyer is willing to pay and what a seller is willing to let it go for and the Bank will not lend more than the appraised value.

Do your self a favor and hire an experienced Realtor to help you set the value of your home. You may be money ahead. Best Wishes
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Sun Jan 11, 2009
Lisa answered:
Always think of your resale value, even if you believe you will be in the home forever! Power lines are a negative for resale. And vacant land will be built upon in the future, it is just a matter of time. Look at the area around the vacant land, what is likely to come in the next few years? There is a reason that the builder is pricing that bigger lot without a premium! ... more
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Wed Dec 31, 2008
There are no loan restrictions.... But there are other restriction, like income limits.
Details at the above FAQ
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