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Sat Sep 9, 2017
Susie Kay answered:
You are in a tough situation. I would suggest that you try to work it out with your property management company. If the water leak is caused by their workman why did they ask you to pay? What did they say? They must have thought that you caused the water leak. ... more
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Tue May 2, 2017
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Thu Dec 17, 2015
Jim Ivy answered:
It makes sense for you to have a written agreement that the agent represents you and is not acting on behalf of the seller. The TAR form is common, but not sacrosanct. The terms of representation should be fair to both you and the agent. If you are serious about the home, don't get sidetracked. Have a phone or face to face conversation with the agent about your concerns with the employment agreement and get that out of the way. Then you can focus on getting the home that you want. ... more
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Tue Oct 21, 2014
Berrydeb asked:
I finally found the almost perfect place for us after several years of trying to convince my husband that we need a place of our own.
So, the only short coming about this house is that…
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Fri Jul 25, 2014
Robby Winfield answered:
It is a personnel preference for each client. Some like the low gloss because it shows less dust. Some like the high gloss because of the glow. I grew up in a home with high gloss and my parents worked hard to keep it looking that way. The lower gloss is easier to maintain. Basically the decision is what type of clientele you wish to attract and what the price point will be on the home. I would go with a high gloss it looks more period as to when most of the homes were built. Hope this helps. ... more
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Mon Aug 17, 2009
Greg Hodge answered:

Churchill Farms is a good entry level community and is getting ever closer with the addition of the TX Toll 130. Is this your first home? Don't forget to take advantage of the $8K tax credit by buying in the next 2.5 months!

You should call Don Johnson,, he is the neighborhood expert for that area.

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