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Castle Hills Forest : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Aug 2, 2013
Liz Petroff answered:
Mr. Garza,

If you would like to see some homes in a particular area or areas based on a specific set of criteria, I would be happy to get a list together for you to review. Let me know if I can be of assistance!

Happy hunting!

All the best,
Liz Petroff, REALTOR®
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Texas Premier Realty
liz@listedwithliz.com
(210) 464-8100

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Sat Jul 28, 2012
Christopher Thorson answered:
Denise,

Yes, I have a 4 bedroom rental available in Castle Hills. Please contact me so that I can be of further assistance.


http://sabor.connectmls.com/listings.jsp?dcid=C514996399ACE7F7E040020A320162B7

I appreciate your referrals.

Chris Thorson
Realtor
Century 21 United-Northside
Cell 210-595-0027
Office 210-979-6700
christopher.thorson@century21.com
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Fri Feb 18, 2011
answered:
Christine,

You can go onto http://www.bcad.org to find out the property taxes to any property that you are interested in. Keep in mind that property taxes are specific for each property. This can be attributed to the amenities found in one property not seen in another. For example, one property can have a pool and be assessed a higher property tax as a result. Also, the property owner could be a very proactive individual who actively protests the taxes and is successful in getting it reduced.

Also, when you look at the taxes, be sure to see the type of exemptions that are attached to this property. For example, Homestead, Over 65, VA Disability to name a few. There are two set of taxes that are given to you. You will need to focus on the "Taxes w/o Exemptions" for the time being. If you plan to live in the property, you will not be able to claim the Homestead exemption until January 1, 2012.

If you want to know if you qualify for this property, call my office at 210.349.2102.
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Mon Dec 28, 2009
Lawrence Sotoodeh answered:
Hello my fellow agents-this answer business is so foolish. There's got to be a betrer way. We're all jumping whenever soneone asks a question. Any Ideas anyone?-Larry Sotoodeh
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