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Sun Nov 3, 2013
Judy Carey answered:
Hi, according to tax records, it has Dripping Springs address but is inside the school district of Johnson City ISD.

Hope this helps.

Regards from Wimberley,

Judy Carey
AmanVerde Real Estate
Daybreak RE, Broker
512.847.0180
Judy@AmanVerdeRealEstate.com
www.AmanVerdeRealEstate.com
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Mark Diers answered:
I used to live in Kyle off of FM150. If you have not pre-qualified or if you just have some mortgage questions, please feel free to call me at 972-839-9664.

Regards,
Mark Diers
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Thu Oct 24, 2013
Mark Diers answered:
I used to live in Kyle off of FM150. Have you considered purchasing? I can assist with getting qualified if you wish. The best number to reach me is 972-839-9664.

Regards,
Mark Diers
New Penn Financial.
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Mon Oct 14, 2013
alenabeecher answered:
I know The Vantage at Buda does.
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Thu Oct 10, 2013
Mike Smith answered:
The commercial business is slow at the moment since the inventory of available office bldg s is down. Are you looking for Free standing building or like a office condo? The sqft prices vary with that question. office condos will be at the lower end at approx 134.90/sqft to free standing at the high end at 350/sqft. ... more
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Thu Oct 10, 2013
Mike Smith answered:
Jennifer,
Have you been contacted by the List Agent for New Owner? That is the person you need to contact to see if you are eligible. If you are renting the home and the landlord is the one being foreclosed on then you still might have that option. If you are the former owner in most cases you are not eligible for CFK. The only way to find out for sure is to contact the listing broker for the new owner be it Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac. ... more
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Wed Sep 25, 2013
Tommy Burris answered:
1. Correct and correct
2. You cant use their income without their scores
3. 90 days... then new credit will be pulled to refresh the pre-approval.

Tom Burris
Mortgage Banker
http://www.dallasloanguy.com/
(214) 763-4629 cell/text/nights/weekends(Really!!)
tburris@servicefirstmtg.com
Lending all across the entire Great State of Texas!!
NMLS# 335055
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Fri Sep 13, 2013
Kegan Gould answered:
That's a pretty tall order there. Finding a 1bd under $750 is pretty difficult. You would have better luck getting into a 4 bd, but the issue there is most apartments wont do a lease that short. Your best bet is to try and get a sublet from a current resident ... more
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Mon Sep 9, 2013
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Sat Aug 31, 2013
David Estey answered:
I have a 2/2 coming up in Sept - shares a five acre parcel in a gated community - owner looking for $1100 - you would not have a water, sewer or trash bill so that will make up the difference - no smoking and prefer no pets
Dave
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Fri Aug 30, 2013
Colleen Judd answered:
Go to the Wimberley Chamber of Commerce website, which is www.wimberley.org. Click on "Lodging" and you will find a list of places to stay in Wimberley, including B & B's.
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Fri Aug 30, 2013
Holly Mommaerts answered:
http://www.statesman.com/news/news/local/buda-neighborhood-fights-crackdown-on-sidewalk-cha/nZgkP/
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Wed Aug 28, 2013
frank frank answered:
149 coers has families currently renting here. 3 bedrooms! not a house but built like a condo. check it out
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Mon Aug 19, 2013
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Sun Aug 18, 2013
Mary D-B answered:
an update, not an answer:
Sold in 10 days! We made it move in ready with a little room for new owner's to make simple changes if they desire. We had the money to put into it and what concerned us was selling it quickly more than return on investment, especially since we could not put it on the market at peak due to unforseen illness of my mother.
One of the buyers is a real estate agent so I think they can see beyond wainscotting and have vision. We removed wainscotting in one bedroom and it turned out to be a simple inexpensive thing. We repainted the overly wood master bath to soften it.
Nothing like a great agent, quality professional staging and hard work. We meticulously maintained our home over the years with the oldest item being a 2007 water heater and A/C system. The adage about keeping it up as you go paid off. Fresh paint everywhere within the last 3 years and repainted some rooms to be more neutral. Meticulous means landscaping as well.You can't take out cedar and landscape in a year. Landscaping is an ongoing thing if you want it mature enough for the new homeowner's to not have to mess with keeping it established. I left the quartz countertops which are the #1 recommended surface for a cook and family (heat, stains, scratch resistant). We did freshen up all woodwork and most paint with an honest to goodness real painter, not just a crew of people that ended up being painters but actual trained painters. They are rare and expensive but oh the sigh of relief to use professionals. We put in high quality carpet and pad. We spent $800 on cleaning tile. I guess we put in about 10K cash into it to prep. Everything looked fantastic. If you are listing your home for over 500K you want commensurate quality in your updates and materials. What came back for repair after inspection turned out to NOT be actual problems but having them looked at does make for peace of mind. I left our home just as I would want a home to be - meticulously clean and maintained, even while empty. And I kept records of every single thing ever done for 18 years: every receipt; every manual; every project. I hope the new family will enjoy the property and community as much as we did all those years.
I think what sold this was the location and the super condition. I just can't imagine anyone having to put money into this. They can use their money for decorating their new home.
Now on to the gardening and remodel of our CA home. Another adventure.
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Fri Aug 16, 2013
Jill Schlueter answered:
Fri Aug 16, 2013
Jill Schlueter answered:
Buyers remorse? Always check out the neighborhood before you sign.
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Thu Aug 15, 2013
Alice Lebkuecher answered:
Not sure what your question is and what property you are asking about?
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Fri Aug 2, 2013
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Tue Jul 23, 2013
Marti Eveleigh,REALTOR answered:
There is a lot of help available to assist with A down payment.. however, the poor credit may be a problem even with those. Owner Finance usually requires more down payment money than a regular loan. Contact me to get more info on Down Payment help! But only you can fix your bad credit!
Martie@Remax.net
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