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Market Conditions in 77389 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Apr 16, 2013
Nazario Trujillo answered:
Would you like to know how close to a shopping center this property is located? You have a Kroger's and Food Town Shopping Centers in less than a mile from the house. Klein High School as well as intermediate and elementary schools are about the same distance on Louetta Rd and Highway 249 is about 7 minutes.

Let me know if you have any other questions...

Thank you and God Bless,

Nazario Trujillo
CDPE, REO/BPO Certified
TAHS, SFR, R. E. Consultant/Realtor
SIS Group, LLC
Cell: 832-892-8730
Fax: 281-907-0199
E-mail: naztrujillo@sbcglobal.net
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Fri Jun 29, 2012
Darryl Hill answered:
Depends on the kind of financing available. I have a mortgage expert to assist you with all scenarios. Contact me for a free consultation

Darryl Hill
Keller Williams Realty
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Mon Jun 4, 2012
Kimberly Nicole answered:
What a great question! Model homes generally have most of what the builders offer as upgrades built in to showcase what you can choose when you build with them. Models have a " shelf life" because most builders have a specific number of lots and only a specific amount of each style or plan can be built within the neighborhoods. Because of that reason when they have sold out of that plan then the models are reduced, sometimes coming with furniture and accessories! Some builders are more likely to negotiate than others. As a Realtor if course I would say you would have a better chance of negotiating a deal if you were represented by a licensed agent. The bottom line is it doesn't hurt to try, but the more research you have to back up your reasoning the better you will be prepared to negotiate. Comps are more difficult to aquire without having agent representation, but gather as much data as you can. Good Luck! ... more
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Tue Sep 25, 2012
Amanda Nicodemus answered:
The average days on the market for Spring Texas 77379 is 140 days. The average days on the market for Spring Texas 77373 is 120 days. Generally speaking, the market trends are slightly increasing compared to the same period last year.

With interest rates at records lows, this would be a great time to purchase a home.
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Thu Apr 7, 2011
Linda Reynolds answered:
It would be best if you could make money or at least break even. But it depends on your situation. Such as if you must move to a new location, and you are unable to lease it out, and cannot afford to make the house payment and pay rent or buy a new house where you are newly located, then it might be better to take a small loss just to get out of the monthly payments. If you start missing your mortgage payments, it will be hard to catch up, and then after missing so many, they may foreclose on your house, and then that would hurt your credit for a long time. You may not be able to get a loan to purchase another house in the future. Good luck in what ever you do. ... more
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Tue May 20, 2008
Dallas Texas answered:
Per our professional code of ethics for realtors we can't make a commit, however a realtor can make an overall suggestion on several communities.
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Mon May 19, 2008
Rick Ratchford answered:
How goes the oil industry so goes the Houston area. The current level of oil prices generates thousands of jobs a year in the Houston area. Some areas of Houston have seen double digit price increases because of this. However, what Spring has that other areas of Houston don't have is an abundance of land on which to build. New construction, fueled by a wealth of good, inexpensive labor, has acted to stablize the market. As a rule of thumb, in recent years the Spring market has seen an average annual increase of about four to five percent. Also in recent years, homes in the Spring market stay on the market for about 80-90 days on average before selling at about 96% of the list price at the time of sale. ... more
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