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kfieldcamp, Home Buyer in League City, TX
Mon Dec 5, 2016
kfieldcamp asked:
the ad for 2149 Salt Marsh Ct
League City TX 77573

is a rental property through American Homes for rent
they own the property

The person who is listed is scamming people
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MCM_STL, Home Buyer in Saint Louis, MO
Fri Jun 3, 2016
MCM_STL answered:
No one can predict that. People with kids tend to want to be settled by the time school starts in the fall so you're competing in the highest volume season. In most areas, sales tend to slow down towards the end of the year so if you can delay until closer to the end of year holidays, you might find the market a bit less competitive.

The thing is, though, the current conditions can't change until inventory levels rise and that's not an easy thing to fix. The way I see it is this: You've got your "starter home people" who are ready to upgrade to something larger. They can't find homes because the "something larger" folks don't want to sell until they find their upgrades. They can't find houses either so they aren't selling. So we just get stuck in this cycle of not having enough people actively selling because they have nowhere else to go.
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Kirsten Priz…, Real Estate Pro in Naples, FL
Wed May 20, 2015
Kirsten Prizzi 239-248-1667 answered:
Hello Betsy,
Best is if you talk to a mortgage broker and get pre-approved. If not, you at least know where you stand and can work forward to buy something in the future. Good luck!
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jenniferbyrd…, Home Buyer in League City, TX
Wed Feb 4, 2015
jenniferbyrd35 asked:
Anyone in the League City/Webster/Clear Lake area that can help? My husband and I own a home but have outgrown it. We are looking to purchase again but had some credit issues about 4 -…
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James Horne, Real Estate Pro in Friendswood, TX
Fri Jan 30, 2015
James Horne answered:
There are so many without them we couldn't list them all for you. However, if you would like to give me a city that you prefer, I can do it that way. Call me anytime 281-468-5815 or email me a city, and I would be happy to help!


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Steve Clement, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Steve Clement answered:
It will depend on what you determine "normal" to be. I would estimate approximately 1.25 to 1.75 hrs if you are considering leaving League City at 7am and leaving Bellaire at 5pm. There are so many factors that influence your drive time--traffic, weather, accidents and construction delays. ... more
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Scott Godzyk, Real Estate Pro in Manchester, NH
Thu May 29, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
Your buyer broker can easily look up that info in MLS. However if you want to ask, it is not appropriate to ask. As far as low ball offers, in this market with a shortage of homes for sale, low ball offers are all but dead. You may see some on homes that need the most work and offers that are cash with no contingencies. However unless the owner must sell immediately, a more reasonable offer is needed to buy the property. ... more
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Annette  Law…, Real Estate Pro in Palm Harbor, FL
Thu May 29, 2014
Annette Lawrence answered:
In some cases it depends on the real estate you intend to buy.
For example, many banks, when selling their foreclosures will not allow the listing agent to represent both sides. The bank recognizes a great potential exists for which they can be taken advantage. They choose the listing agent and the buyers agent be different, and some even from different offices.

Of course YOU can choose to use the listing agent in the purchase.
Please be aware, the listing agent represents the seller, not the buyer..
It is possible you have more resources than the banks and know more than the listing agent.

However, prevailing wisdom suggests you should have an agent with a duty to represent your best interests and direct you away from decisions harmful to you.

Some want to believe they will save money using the same agent. If you think you know more than the bank and the listing agent, then pursing the illusion of saving is all the permission you need.

Repeating, you don't need two agents to buy and sell real estate, but prevailing wisdom and practice establish an agent whose sole purpose is the represent the buyer to be the best policy to follow.
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Laura Keith,  in League City, TX
Sun Apr 27, 2014
Laura Keith answered:
I am a real estate agent with Reality Associates and live in the League City area. I would be happy to show you some homes for rent in the area.
My contact information is:
Laura Keith
I look forward to hearing from you!
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Shyanne  May, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Shyanne May answered:
Sorry for such a delay in response. Sounds like you are off to a great start to becoming a homeowner! Ask as many questions and never be shy about it. No question is silly when it comes to making a HUGE financial purchase. I am a real estate agent and would be happy to guide you in a direction of help and answers for all of your questions. I work closely with a wonderful mortgage lender that has helpful tips and resources to get that score up and creative ways of saving.
Contact me ASAP. Shyanne May 281-667-2322 or
Take Care.
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Trisha Hope, Real Estate Pro in Kemah, TX
Tue Mar 25, 2014
Trisha Hope answered:
First time buyers require an experienced and patient agent who is willing to put the necessary time into explaining and assisting first time buyers. It is really important to make a great first purchase because it will affect your 2nd and 3rd purchases down the road.

I would be happy to send you a list of client experience ratings from my previous clients, many of which were first time buyers.

Feel free to contact me anytime.

Trisha Hope
The Hope Team
Logos Real Estate
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Candia Lundry, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Wed Mar 19, 2014
Candia Lundry answered:
There are only 3 subdivisions with a PID. Centerpoint, Victory Lakes and Magnolia Creek are the only PID that I am aware. They do pay out and some are more than half way paid off and sometimes the home owners have paid the entire PID and no longer will have a fee.
The PID is your friend because it goes away. A MUD usually never goes away.
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Charlese Poi…, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Sat Mar 8, 2014
Charlese Pointer answered:
Yes, as mentioned in previous comments your first step would be to meet with a mortgage adviser or loan officer to get pre-qualified. You don't go on a hunting trip without being prepared, the same as in Real Estate you want to be prepared before you embark on your house hunt. As of right now in the Houston and surrounding areas there is low inventory which is an advantage for Sellers and record low interest rates for Buyers with makes Real Estate appealing to both at the moment. With the credit score you have provided I guarantee you can get approved for a loan to buy a home that would be ideal for you. I'll leave a link below for someone you can contact to help get your Home buying process started.

Charlese Pointer
Realtor ©
Century 21 Paramount
Direct: 832-785-1015
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wlorenzo2003, Home Buyer in 77534
Fri Mar 7, 2014
wlorenzo2003 answered:
What is the benefit of paying a PID tax early ?
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Deborah Wint…, Real Estate Pro in Houston, TX
Mon Feb 3, 2014
Deborah Winters Chaney answered:
Yes, there should be a property like that available, but not many of them left! When will you be arriving down here?
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Don Groff, Real Estate Pro in Austin, TX
Mon Dec 2, 2013
Don Groff answered:
Yes there are. Contact the county tax assessor directly for detailed information. They are typically pretty helpful and can tell you what you would save. I have called them several times on my clients behalf.

Hope this helps.

Don Groff | REALTOR® & Mortgage Broker
Austin Real Estate Pros & 360 Lending Group
o 512.669.5599 | m 512.633.4157 |
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Paul Kothari, Real Estate Pro in HOUSTON, TX
Thu Oct 31, 2013
Paul Kothari answered:

I live as well as own several properties in League City....It is a great place to live as well as an investment. We have had no issues with renting out our properties in this area as well as selling our properties. Schools are great and majority of the neighborhood seems to maintain good value. Give me a call if you need any help in finding the right property.

Best Regards,

Paul Kothari
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Carol D. Par…,  in League City, TX
Sun May 19, 2013
Carol D. Parker answered:
I know you asked your question in 2009, but I would like to answer the question since I found the the answer and this community is still developing.

The subdivision for the Hallmark Oak is The Cove at Todville located in Seabrook, TX. Beazer Homes is still building new homes in that community.

I don't know why the listing states that it is located in League City. It is located in Seabrook with the zip code 77586
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allan erps,A…, Real Estate Pro in Pearl River, NY
Thu May 16, 2013
allan erps,ABR,SFR answered:
Personally I try to be there at every walk trough and closing. Feel it is my fiduciary duty to be with my clients every step of the way!
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Gail Bevill, Real Estate Pro in League City, TX
Fri Apr 12, 2013
Gail Bevill answered:
Thank you for asking this question, because it is important to include the price of the insurance, including windstorm and flood, when determining your budget and overall housing costs.
Within League City, rates will vary due to a number of factors related to the property , including the type of property (single family home or condominium or town home), age and condition of the property, whether it is located in a flood zone or not, the location of the property in proximity to the Bay or Gulf, the type of construction, the age and type of the roof, and also by factors not related to the property itself, such as the owner's credit rating, the insurance company selected, and whether the policyholder carries multiple lines with the insurance company.
Once you select a home, check rates with the insurance company who carries your auto, health, life, current homeowner's insurance or personal liability policies.
I live in League City, have been with my current homeowner's insurance company for many years and carry multiple lines with the same insurer, have never had a claim, and pay approximately $3,400 per year for a twelve year old home, which is not located in a flood zone.
Principal, interest, taxes, insurance, home owner association fees, and maintenance all contribute to the cost of owning and maintaining a home, in League City, Texas or anywhere you choose to purchase, and your are wise to be looking at your current budget, and your future budget, as it relates to your total housing costs.
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