“Jerry is a true professional. He simplified the selling process for me. Also, we were able to sell my house within a short period of time and very close to my asking price.” John WilliamsJerry Van Pelt“My husband and I are thrilled to have my parents here with us and so glad that they had the opportunity to work with Jerry and make it happen.” Heather SchiefJerry Van Pelt“Jerry is very professional and honest. He sends me all the information not only that I am asking for but also does the research about the property and tells us the differences between properties. He always sent me the market analysis before showing a home. It was a very nice home buying experience.” Vishnu PatelJerry Van Pelt“Jerry is very professional and honest. He sends me all the information not only that I am asking for but also does the research about the property and tells us the differences between properties. He always sent me the market analysis before showing a home. It was a very nice home buying experience.” Vishnu PatelJerry Van Pelt“I was a first time homebuyer. I could not have picked a more professional, courteous, genuine, knowledgeable realtor than Jerry. He was there with me step-by-step and was very patient with me the whole process.” Stephanie EdgingtonJerry Van Pelt“Jerry has made this easy for us and keeps us informed along the way.” Janet KirkseyJerry Van PeltMy husband and I met Jerry about 8 months ago when searching online for a home. I called Jerry one early afternoon, left a message and he called me back within a very short period of time. THAT was impressive, given that lots of Realtors I've met are somewhat hard to reach. He met with my husband just a few days later to show the house and closed the deal with us that same day! He was very insightful, professional, to-the-point and genuine. I'd recommend Jerry to anyone...he's just that great!Brandy Darden
Answers (18)Displaying: 18 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Dec 18, 2011In answer to: Is this a pet friendly propertyPets are allowed at this property. There is a $300 pet deposit. Some agressive pets will not be allowed here or at most other properties. If you would like to see this property, just let me know.Answered: Aug 11, 2011In answer to: is this price a typo or is this the deal of the century?This is the price to lease the home per month. If you need help finding a home in Flower Mound or nearby cities, let me know. I can work with you to find a real bargain.Answered: Aug 9, 2011This home has a contract on it at this time. It is awaiting approval of a short sale. I can show you other properties if you are interested.Answered: Aug 8, 2011In answer to: how much are the HOA fees monthly?We have to know the specific property you are interested in to provide this informaiton.Answered: Aug 8, 2011In answer to: why are the HOA costs so high?Hoa dues can be anywhere from nothing to a lot. Condos have the highest costs. Some homes have no HOA at all. In a condo, you will be sharing the cost of all the maintenance and administration with the other condo owners. This is usually the most expensive HOA type, as they have a lot of expenses. Don't like HOA's? You need to buy a home that does not have one.Answered: Aug 8, 2011Prices vary by subdivision and condition. Please send me your subdivision name and I can give you a general idea of the price to expect per sq ft. If you tell me how many bedrooms and full baths you have, I can be of further help. I live very close to The Colony.Answered: Aug 3, 2011This is a lease price. You are looking at a home for lease. If you are interested in purchasing a home, I can help you to find one at a great price.Answered: Jul 30, 2011We do not have homes for rent to own in Texas due to consumer protection laws.Answered: Jul 30, 2011333,000 you are seeing a lease price. Contact me for help finding a great deal on a home.Answered: Jul 29, 2011In answer to: Why is this listing so low?This is a lease.The sale price is $299,900.Answered: Jul 24, 2011In answer to: Is this house $4000.00 to buy out right?this is a home for lease at $4000 per month. If i can help you with any other information, let me know.Answered: Jul 21, 2011This is a listing for a lease. You can lease the house for $6000 per month. If you need help finding a home, just let me know.Answered: Jul 19, 2011In answer to: How would I find out how much my house would rent for?Contact me with your home address and basic information (bedrooms baths special features and updates) and I will respond with the current lease value. I can also list your property for lease and we offer optional property management services. I can also estimate the time it will take to lease your home.Answered: Jul 19, 2011In answer to: What are the HOA fees? How much are the Taxes?The HOA fees are $262 per month. The taxes are $2353 per month. Unfortunately, this listing has been cancelled. It was on the market over six months and it looks like the owner gave up trying to sell it. If you want to still pursue it, let me know and I will see if the owner is still interesting in selling the property.Answered: Jul 11, 2011In answer to: is this for sale or rent?This home is for rent but is temporarily off the market. If you would like more listings like this, let me know.Answered: Jul 7, 2011In answer to: what are the monthly maintenance fees for this property?The HOA fee shows in the listing as $234 per month. This should be verified as a part of the purchase process. Purchasing condos in the current market must be done carefully. You must verify that the condo association is in good financial shape and consider how many of the units are owned by people who rent them out. You do not want more than 25% of the units to be rented. The more rentals there are, the less likely that there will be FHA or other government financing available if you wanted to sell your unit. Feel free to contact me for more information.Answered: Jul 4, 2011In answer to: Can show me the property line of 2920 S. Marsalis?Property not for sale or lease. Let me know if I can help you to find another one.Answered: Jun 30, 2011Call your real estate agent for help.
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New on Our BlogThe 8 Most Popular Hipster Cities Where Young People Are Calling Home Bobbie Preston It’s Hip to Be Where? Hipsterism is an odd cultural phenomenon, in that one of the prerequisites for membership in the club is to vehemently deny said membership. So, how can you find out which cities are the most “hipster?” You can’t conduct a hipster survey, as legit hipsters would never deign to participate in such a thing. Instead, you have to comb the data for telltale signs of hipsterdom: things like a young, college educated populace; robust arts and music scenes; and a high per-capita concentration of independent coffee shops, yoga studios, record stores, microbreweries, and farmer’s markets. It’s also a good idea to find out where recent college grads are planning on moving. So which cities in the country are known for being the hippest? Seattle, Washington Seattle has been hipster since hipster was grunge. OK, you could argue that the two are not the same thing, and you’d be right, but there’s definitely more than a little ‘90s influence in the average hipster ensemble. Seattle has it all: great coffee, a youthful and highly educated populace, an inspired culinary scene, and an artistic community that’s been keeping it weird since 1985. Denver, Colorado On the surface, Denver doesn’t look like a hipster enclave. But check out neighborhoods like LoHi, South Broadway, and River North, and you’ll get the picture pretty quickly. There are plenty of cool little enclaves in the Mile High City, not to mention legal marijuana, left-of-center politics, and facial hair… lots of it. Austin, Texas Austin, Texas is home to the annual SXSW festival, one of the coolest music, film, and interactive extravaganzas in the country. There are more quirky food trucks than you can shake a stick at, and perhaps more importantly, it seems like everyone in Austin is some type of artist. Don’t be surprised if you hear things like “Well, I’m a doctor, but that’s just my day job. I’m really more of a collage artist.” Asheville, North Carolina Like Seattle, Asheville is a place with hipster street cred that dates back to the mid ‘80s. It’s full of independent bookshops, vintage clothiers, and brewpubs. It’s not trying to be cool; it just is cool. Asheville seems a bit like Austin’s little brother, smaller but less self-conscious. Oakland, California We all know San Francisco is cool – it was basically the birthplace of the whole counterculture movement. It’s also become one of the most expensive places to live, which is why savvy hipsters have been relocating to Oakland now for years. What’s not to like? Oakland has some of the best farm-to-fork food in the country, and there are plenty of art galleries, live music venues, and old-fashioned barbershops. It’s kind of like the Brooklyn of the West. Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon has long been known as a hipster enclave, but it’s really blown up over the past ten years. Some locals say that’s not necessarily a good thing, as formerly affordable blue-collar neighborhoods are razed to make way for high-rent condos every week, it seems. [...] The post The 8 Most Popular Hipster Cities Where Young People Are Calling Home appeared first on Homes.com.
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