According to the Seller's Disclosure and most recent FEMA flood map, the property is not located in a flood zone. Of course, this is Houston, and anything is possible. The seller states in the disclosure that the unit has never flooded. The MLS number for the listing is 13536472. You can find more information about the home at www.har.com. If you'd like to pursue the matter further, I'd be happy to show you the unit. Please contact me, so that we may begin. I look forward to hearing from you.
Be careful in Texas we have community property and if it was their homestaed even though she is not on the note she should be on the Deed, the seller has to sign a form about martial status and if he is married and says he is not he has committed FRAUD. Make sure you close at a repatible Title Company... more
Pearland and Friendswood are wonderful family communities with good schools.
Also, your Real Estate dollars will buy nice properties at reasonable prices.
Contact me if I can answer questions for you.
Best Wishes in your search.
We recommend talking to a lender that can advise you based on your situation. We work with a lender who can take a look at your financial situation and recommend steps you can take to improve your score. It's not a quick process, but could really save you in the long run.
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Price is affected primarily by condition and location. If the home is in great shape (especially if it's been updated) and in a desirable area, resale won't be affected a bit. I live in a subdivision of homes built in the '60s ... and even I'm surprised at the prices they command. If I can provide any additional information, drop me an e-mail.
Any type of property in any price range tends to lease well in the Houston market place. A home in that price range could get anything from $2,000-$3500 a month depending on condition, location, etc.
Very hard to give you an exact number because there are too many variables. In general, inside the Houston 610 Loop located properties in Houston lease very well. However, most leases are $1000-$2000 a month. Higher than that are a little less common, but there is still a demand.
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That's a good question! You should work directly with an agent who can help you learn more about that specific property (and probably will know a lot about similar properties in the area). To find an agent, just click on the yellow button on the property's listing and you will be able to start a dialogue.
Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help with anything else. I am happy to be a resource for you. Good luck with the search!
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I know of many great locations. Are you looking to buy or rent? Do you have a budget in mind? Are there any pets? Does anyone in your household smoke?
As you can see, there are several matters we need to discuss. Please call or e-mail me, and we can begin the search for a home that will work for you and your family. I look forward to hearing from you.
I run across this a lot. Make sure to know the area you are buying in well. The finishes and the interior of the home are a second priority to your neighborhood and proximity to work, family, lifestyle, etc.
Other items to consider, Am I prepared to handle repairs not under warranty in an older home? Can I comfortably afford the mortgage? Are there any situations that would force me to sell if I did not want to?
Feel free to call me, I've helped many many first time buyers and I can protect you through the process and make it fun and exciting for you.... more
Hi Julie, it depends on the type of loan you want to get. Do you have a pre-approval from anyone yet? If you have a conventional loan, typically 20% down is required, however, if you have an FHA loan, then you can put down 3.5%. What you qualify for, will give you options on what you can put down. Start with a good loan officer, they will run some numbers and checks and help you understand how much loan you can get and then you can decide the best option for you. If you are a teacher, veteran..... there are special loans as well.
If you need some loan references, let me know.
Hi Laura, the best advice I give my Buyers is to request this information from the current homeowners. I usually get this from the List Agent and pass it along before making an offer. If it is for a rental, the property manager is typically eager to find this information out for you. Also, in our area, the power company will share an average power used if you give them the address.
~ MK Smith, Real Estate Broker, Weichert Realty Triangle Homes... more