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In My Neighborhood in Katy : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Oct 31, 2012
Robert Jones answered:
The following communities in the Katy area have manned gates, lake)s) & pool(s): Windsor Park, Lakes of Buckingham, Lake Pointe, LakeForest, Gates of Canyon Lake. Hope this helps. If you need any additional information please feel free to call or email.

Bob Jones
RE/MAX CINCO RANCH
(0) 281/579-7900
(c) 832/689-6611
rljones@pdq.net
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Wed Nov 9, 2011
Kerry Duncan answered:
Hi Valerie,

I wouldn't take anybody's opinion as gospel on this unless they were from the city of Katy and they put it in writing.

Good luck!
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Thu Aug 18, 2011
Chris Holcomb answered:
Can you be more specific on what area and neighborhood. As a realtor we can give you statistics and demographic information but the best thing I can suggest is to talk to the neighbors as they can be more opinionated than us in this area.

If you would like help locating an area that meets certain criteria than I would be more than happy to help, feel free to call or email if I can be of any assistance.

Chris Holcomb
Century 21 Western Realty
(832) 303-0021
Chris@Team-Holcomb.com
http://www.Team-Holcomb.com
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Fri Nov 20, 2009
April Maestri answered:
As a real estate professional I can't talk about the ethnic make-up of the neighborhood but I can direct you to my website and look under neighborhood information. After that choose Harris County and then Katy for the city. Click continue and then select 77449 for the zip code. I would encourage you to visit this home and the home owner can answer more of your questions about neighborhood. I hope this helps! My website is www.AprilSellsKaty.com ... more
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Sun Sep 6, 2009
Angela Sargent answered:
Hello Abcinusa,

The 6% Commission is paid to your listing broker for the marketing and successful sale of your home. The lising broker will split that commission with the Broker who brings the successful buyer. Whether it is an even split or an uneven split, is up to you and your agent.

In Texas, all fees are negotiable. Be sure to read your listing agreement if you have one, as those commission offerings are clearly expressed in the contract. Your Realtor should go over the Listing Agreement with you in detail.

Sometimes, the Listing Broker will receive 3% and the Buyer Broker will receive 3%. Others, it will be split 2% and 4%. However, it varies in every market and even from Broker to Broker. Even the 6% is negotiable.

Have a great weekend!
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