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Property Q&A in Spring Branch West : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jan 29, 2014
Robert Kandiyoti answered:
Unfortunately, this property is not available. If you are not working with a Realtor already, I sincerely recommend working with one that can help you throughout the process and show you the houses that you would like to see and guide you. The best part is that the cost of all the professional help and guidance from your Realtor does not cost you anything. I would be more than happy to answer all your questions. Just let me know, good luck!

Robert Kandiyoti
RE/MAX Real Estate Associates
c. 713-534-3018
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Wed Dec 18, 2013
Elizabeth Arp answered:
$1,212 not including electricity
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Wed Dec 18, 2013
Elizabeth Arp answered:
The square footage is 1,740'. This is a 2 bedroom, 2 bath condominium in a high rise building and it is located on the 6th floor
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Sat Jan 12, 2013
Mark McNitt answered:
Most of difference are the way Realtors market their properties. Most know what a single family home with a yard. An apartment could be in a community with +100 other apartments or in a mid to high rise building, some times sold and rented as "condos". Town homes are typically thought of as 2 or 3 story properties with common walls, typically in a row. Most with garages, but not always.

For financing purposes, the lender will look at condos (which could include what you might think is a town home) VS a single family home. Best way to know is look at the legal description of the property. If is shows lot/block/section that is typically a single family property. You would own the dirt below and the sky above. The "condo" is typically a % ownership of the entire community located within a defined area (a unit). Financing is sometimes more difficult on condos VS single family homes. Make sure your lender knows the difference as well.

In the tax rolls,, the street shows properties with this legal description. Looks like a "condo". UNIT 1 BLDG A .033075 (THIS IS THE % I MENTIONED!) INT COMMON LAND & ELE SHERWOOD VALLEY 1 CONDO AMEND No mention of lot, block or section. Hope this helps. We sell these type of properties. If we can assist, please let us know.

Mark McNitt
m 832-567-4357
Bernstein Realty, Inc.
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