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Fri Feb 8, 2013
Chess & Kim Scott answered:
There may be some apartments that do but no houses that I am aware of. If that is something you need/want, it may be possible to negotiate that with a landlord.
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Sat Dec 27, 2014
Marge Bennett answered:
Have to ask yourself some questions. How much will you use the pool (really) many folks have to have a pool, then find it is rarely, if ever used.
Do you have the time to care for the pool or will you hire it done? Do you want your pool to yourself or do you mind sharing it with others. Both on an overall view and also when you are in it.'
A community pool can be a great place to meet your neighbors and socialize. Also share the expense of maintenance and increased insurance with everyone else. On the other hand if you want to walk out your back door and not worry about anyone else being there, your own makes more sense.
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Sun Dec 14, 2014
Ron Thomas answered:
Depending upon the LENDER, you may have a 2-3 year wait.

Good luck and may God bless
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Tue Jan 6, 2015
Chess & Kim Scott answered:
Lease to own is not very common at all. You see some owner finance options, but usually the owner requires a large down payment. There is just a lot of risk legally to the homeowner in a lease to own situation. ... more
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Wed Jan 1, 2014
Piet Janse-van Vuuren answered:
The simple answer to your question is yes, you are correct that a portion of Deer Ridge Estates is in the 100 year flood plain. There are techniques for mitigating flood loss and lowering flood insurance premiums on these lots located in the flood plain. It is doubtful, however, that pier and beam foundations would be permissible in such a high end community unless it could be guaranteed not to be a detraction in the appearance of the property. The goal in lowering the risk of flood is to have the lowest point of the top or surface of a foundation (known technically as LFE, or Lowest Floor Elevation above (as high above as possible) of the Base Flood Elevation (called BFE on a flood elevation certificate as is reasonable. Fill dirt which is properly graded may be the option on some of these lots. As a former Independent Insurance Agency owner in the area and having knowledge of Deer Ridge Estates, I would be happy to assist in any way possible. I realize you posted this question in September and apologize for not having responded sooner. ... more
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Tue Aug 28, 2012
Dianna Hadley answered:
No, the tenant is responsible for the property taxes. The owner is responsible for paying the taxes each year. The tenant is responsible for their lease application fee, deposits, and monthly rent. They are are also responsible for utility hook-up (if disconnected), utilities, and typically yard maintenance and pool maintence (unless otherwise specified in the the lease agreement). If you have any other questions about real estate, please feel free to email or call me.

Dianna Hadley, 713-480-5688, diannahadley@gmail.com
Red Door Realty & Associates
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Thu Aug 2, 2012
Shawn C asked:
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Thu Jun 21, 2012
Ursula Morris answered:
Unfortunately, there aren't any lease homes for $900 or under available in Kingwood. The lease market is still booming, and the lowest priced rental property at this time is $1050.
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Brad & Jennifer Corekin answered:
The rental market is HOT! Of course, buying the right investment home is the key. You must purchase in the right neighborhood & the right floorplan. New carpet and paint always goes a long way to maximize your quick rental prospect. We would be happy to assist you in finding the right home to make the perfect investment home. Feel free to contact us directly at 713-503-5451 or email us at jennifer@corekinteam.com or you can always visit our website a www.corekinteam.com. ... more
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Fri May 18, 2012
Elton Fritz answered:
Hey Todd, Give me a call. I'd be glad to help you out.

Elton Fritz
REALM Real Estate Professionals - North Houston
Phone: (281) 377-7300
Fax: (281) 377-7284
Email: elton@eltonfritz.com
Web: http://www.eltonfritz.com
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Thu Sep 20, 2012
Dedy Slack answered:
Renting a home to own is not a concept we use in Texas. My suggestion is to focus on finding a home to rent that meets all yours needs as if you were to purchase. After your lease is up it's possible you can negotiate to buy it from the owner. ... more
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Fri Apr 6, 2012
Tommy Burris answered:
You went to closing and bought the house or sold the house?
Realtor cannot 'let a closing happen' without your participation.

Please clarify


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Fri Apr 6, 2012
Bruce Lynn answered:
I'm not sure there is a law.
There really is no reason they wouldn't give them to you.

Normally they would even provide them before closing to you.

If you just want the HUD closing statement, your realtor will have that too.

Normally I would not give my realtor POA....even if you are out of state. We can still close remotely, by FedEx or email. But of course we are way past that issue at this point.
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Thu Jan 1, 2015
Manesh Hardeo answered:
Contact our office locally in Houston at 281-220-1000 and someone can be of assistance to you there.
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Thu Jan 1, 2015
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Tue Apr 12, 2011
Amy Craft answered:
Hi- I am hosting a home buying seminar on Thursday, April 14 @ 7 pm at the Octavia Fields Humble Public library. We will discuss every aspect of the home buying process as well as credit.

Please come by and we can hopefully get your questions answered. I am providing my contact info for you. Feel free to send an email or give me a call.

Amy Rocka
713-806-9458
Amy@AmyRocka.com
www.AmyRocka.com
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Mon Feb 28, 2011
Cherin Cox answered:
It did sell. Closed January 31st.

Appeared to be a good price... Nothing else is for sale in Woodstream right now less than $190k something.

I typically don't work in Kingwood but have sold and leased there many times over the last 11 years. If you need any assistance whatsoever. Let me know. I'm happy to answer your questions. ... more
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Thu Feb 24, 2011
Bruce Lynn answered:
We need to get you in contact with one of our Commercial agents who can help you with tenant representation.
The lease prices will depend on many factors, such as location, age, lease type, lease length.
I suggest you hire a professional to do this for you. They're experts and may think of many many variations on terms most people never think about.
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Wed May 26, 2010
Nancy David answered:
Hi Nina, please give me a call at 281-812-6748 or email to realty@thesandgroup.com. I'd be happy to email you a report.
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