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Design & Decor in 78759 : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Nov 18, 2014
Ronald Cullinan answered:
Forrest, these guys do a good job and are very dependable.

Ron Cullinan

Avalar Austin


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Wed Apr 27, 2011
Jeffrey Nyland answered:
Hello AB

Please call Jason Fortney at (512) 748-0698. Jason is a second generation home builder here in Central Texas and he can give you the very best advice.

All the best,

Jeffrey Nyland, REALTOR®, GRI, SRS
The Nyland Team
Prudential Texas Realty
512-626-8552 (Direct)
512-267-3640 (Fax)
Jeffrey Nyland TX AUC# 16644
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Mon Sep 7, 2015
Vicky Faulk answered:
In this area buyers do not in general like to have a granite floor, whether is be solid or tiles. They like granite countertops, but react as if it is "over th top" decor to have it on the entire floor. It generally decreases the sales price or keeps the house from selling as quickly because the buyers think they will have to spend money removing it. That said, I am a real estate agent in Oakland, California, so your market area may be different. I would suggest that you speak with a good agent in your area to find out about the specifics in that market as to what appeals to most buyers. Whatever appeals to most buyers is what will increase the value of any property. Good luck with your floor project. I usually recommend, unless you plan to sell your home soon, that you put whatever finishes appeal to you personally. You are the one living there to enjoy the floor every day. By the way, there is a great website you might want to check out for information about what the added value of various remodeling provides in each area of the country. It will not address your specific issue, but is great information. ... more
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Mon May 31, 2010
Kim Callaway answered:
Treaty Oak Homes, formerly known as Hammond Homes, built the Village At Kinney Court community- let me know if I can answer any other questions on this or any other community in Austin- I'm happy to share any information I have (and find any information that I don't...)! ... more
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Wed Apr 29, 2009
Richard Haenke answered:

Hello. You can also check for leases. You should find some great properties listed here as well.

Ritch Haenke, Realtor
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