About: A fifth-generation Texas, I grew up in Corpus Christi, and have now lived in Austin since my first year at the University of Texas in 1959, where I achieved a BA in 1963. With experience in counselling, multi-level marketing, and mothering, I came to Real Estate in 2004.
I serve the Austin-Centra...
I serve the Austin-Centra...
About: A fifth-generation Texas, I grew up in Corpus Christi, and have now lived in Austin since my first year at the University of Texas in 1959, where I achieved a BA in 1963. With experience in counselling, multi-level marketing, and mothering, I came to Real Estate in 2004. I serve the Austin-Central Texas area, including Round Rock, Pflugerville, Hutto, Taylor, Manor, Elgin, Bastrop, Cedar Park and Leander. I go where clients need me. I feel deeply about helping people become homeowners. A quote that resonated with me in my first course in Real Estate was, "Under all is the land." I believe that there is a strong tie between people and owning their own homes. My first priority is to get my clients what they want, where they want it, and a price they are comfortable with. I try to make sure that each client is taken care of to the best of my ability. I have been known to fight all the way up to the U.S. Senate to close a deal (true fact!) Though I mainly work as a Buyer's Agent, I do also handle listings. This is the basis of my practice: It's not about me; it's about YOU. Tell me what YOU want from a Realtor®.See More
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Answered: Apr 19, 2015
Till you get your credit sorted out, you won't be able to get a loan, even VA, because the secondary market won't buy it. All the other answerers have pretty much given you the same advice. Connect with one of us, and a good lender, rent for the year; it MIGHT take longer, and pull that score up. The main thing is DO NOT HAVE EVEN ONE LATE PAYMENT FOR THE NEXT YEAR. Just . . .Don't.
Answered: Feb 24, 2015
Consult an attorney. I suspect it was not ethical, and I further suspect that you as the REALTOR® are eligible for your commission. BUT CONSULT AN ATTORNEY. I'd go to NAR.
Answered: Dec 20, 2014
Could be that it is a foreclosure that is not yet on the market. You would need to get a REALTOR® to try to locate it on one of the various foreclosure sites.
Answered: Feb 18, 2014
You might also contact Austin Tenants' Council to see if they have any helpful suggestions.
Answered: Jun 30, 2013
In answer to: how do you go about buying a forclosed house
Contact a REALTOR® who is in a brokerage with a NAID (National ID, allowing them to bid on foreclosures), if it is a HUD foreclosure. Any REALTOR® can help you with bank-owned foreclosures. Currently, even though the foreclosed property may be on the market for apparently less than market value, multiple offers are bumping the price up, here in the Austin area.
Answered: Apr 29, 2013
This is sort of generic. Whose website are you referencing?
Answered: Mar 26, 2013
I googled how to delete listings from Homes. com and this came up: What happens when a property goes off the market? The listing will be removed and the next listing in your queue moves up into your empty featured listing slot *Note: This process usually occurs overnight when we analyze your listings. Maybe you don't need your password.
Answered: Jul 31, 2011
I would be delighted to work with you - can you give me a budget? How much per mo? Do you need 3 or more bedrooms?
Answered: Jul 26, 2011
There are several 'nice' areas: What YOU want out of your living experience would shape this answer: Good schools: Eanes School district; views: West Lake Hills (also in the Eanes School district); gated community: Spanish Oaks or Steiner Ranch: walking distance to downtown: condos in the downtown area; happening place: South Congress area; and so on. Define what you want and need and price range, and Austin can pretty well provide it.