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Hays County : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Feb 4, 2015
Marti Eveleigh answered:
YES!!! Every written offer, and should if the verbal is serious!
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Wed Feb 4, 2015
Marti Eveleigh answered:
In Wimberley, there is no natural gas... it's propane. So a majority of the homes have electric... I know I don't like electric either, was use to my gas stove before moving here. However, we've adjusted, and you can get propane almost anywhere, you'd just have to do some revamping. ... more
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Wed Feb 4, 2015
Marti Eveleigh answered:
The most reliable is VOW Net...Village Of Wimberley and they are great! BUT not avail just everywhere, just like our cable company, in spots...
There are 2 -3 other companies, but for business you want Time Warrner Cable, or VOWNET..that's been our experience. I must hve my internet at all times, and my husband works with companies all over the nation so we have to have it up and running! We use VOWNET!!! ... more
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Thu Jan 29, 2015
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Mon Jan 26, 2015
Charlotte Turner,ABR®,e-PRO® answered:
Go to the listing in question, find the MORE button, click on it and then click FLAG
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Tue Jan 13, 2015
Susan Remerscheid answered:
Hi Mercy,

I have represented both buyers and sellers in your area and would love to help you find what you are looking for! Yes, dual masters can be difficult, but I can help you find a situation that will work for you (be it garage apt suite, Mother-in-law suite, etc.). I look forward to hearing from you!

Susan Remerscheid
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Fri Dec 26, 2014
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Fri Nov 14, 2014
Derrick Sly answered:
I've done most of my electrical work myself. The only time I call for help is when there's equipment required that I don't own. Even then, I still request to be present whenever the electrician is working. I think I just have a long history with the house. It hurts to try and pass it on to someone else.
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Mon Nov 3, 2014
Cindy Mendoza answered:
Hi Tina or anyone else asking this question,

I highly recommend that all my clients stay away from banks, I would recommend that you contact a Mortgage Broker or Mortgage Banker instead of a bank directly.
Broker/Bankers can give you the same or better rates as the big banks with less hassle. An employee at a bank wont work as hard to find a way to get you that pre approval letter that you need to go shopping for a home since they are only getting paid an hourly wage. Compare to a lender they will find every possible way to help you get that loan because they are getting paid by a commission if they get you approved so they work X3 harder than they would at a regular bank.... NOT ONLY THAT at a bank they will want a letter and explanation for everything like if you deposited money to your account and they will question everything you do over all I highly recommend you stay away from the banks even if you have all your accounts with them it will turn really ugly with all the hassle you will get compare to lender.

I have a great lender I work with who will make it happen if they don't right away in 1-5 months they can make it happen & will work with us until we get that letter...

If I can be of any value to you I'm here to help.

Cindy Mendoza
REALTOR | Texas Ally Real Estate Group
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Sun Nov 2, 2014
Cindy Mendoza answered:
Hi Samantha,

There is a lender I work very closely with and they can fix your credit in 3 months and tell you exactly what debt you have to pay off or how much of it and then they bump up your score they can also see whats affecting it or bringing it down and help you dispute all that negative accounts if you already payed them off. Some lenders wont take the time to fix these things but Ill stay with my clients until we get that pre approval letter and so will my close lender that I work with.

Please let me know if I can be of any value to you... I also live in Kyle TX.

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Thu Oct 9, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
Overvalued by 19%, but still selling.

Ruben, value is determined by what a buyer is willing to pay.
My thoughts are you need better data.

Another option is a different strategy.
Chat with your REALTOR regarding your options.
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Mon Sep 22, 2014
Ranee Bray answered:
Saturday later afternoons (2-4) or Sunday (12-3). With open houses posted online now you'll get any serious buyers through at either day. Maybe a little more random traffic on Sundays. ... more
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Wed Sep 3, 2014
Perry Henderson answered:
I was just about to recommend Charlie Fisk but it look s like he is on Trulia now and just left you a note.. 512-422-1337
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Fri Aug 22, 2014
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Tue Jul 8, 2014
Marla Rice answered:
Hi Michelle,

You will want to speak with a lender regarding your qualification. The lender will help you identify the loan amount for which you qualify. After receiving a pre-qualification letter from the lender, you will be in a position to potentially begin your house hunt.

If you would like assistance with this process, please contact me , and I am happy to help. I am very familiar with the Kyle/Buda market.

Marla Rice, Realtor
Keller Williams Realty - Austin
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Fri Jun 20, 2014
Mjaugust answered:
We know of a place adjacent to our place that is becoming available soon in that price range. It is off RR32 and is secluded with large trees. It is a 1 br/ 1 bath cabin.
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