About: Congratulations on taking an important and key step in your home ownership experience. Using this website, you will be able to view homes for sale in the Dallas metro area, as well as surrounding cities. I am a full time real estate agent who is qualified to assist you in buying or selling your home...
About: Congratulations on taking an important and key step in your home ownership experience. Using this website, you will be able to view homes for sale in the Dallas metro area, as well as surrounding cities. I am a full time real estate agent who is qualified to assist you in buying or selling your home. Having lived in the area for over 28 years gives me a keen sense of the local market and knowledge of property values, appreciation of the market, and how to gain the best exposure for your property. I am an Accredited Buyers' Representative (ABR) and Seller Representative Specialist (SRS) with designations in these fields. I'm also a member of the RE/MAX of Texas 100% and Executive Clubs with over 25 years of advertising and marketing experience. Whether you are moving to the area or just moving around, I would love to help you with all of your real estate needs.
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Answered: Sep 4, 2017
It can be considered as a fourth bedroom already if it has a closet. Not sure I would spend the extra money to put in full doors. I think that is what you are asking. Good luck!
Answered: Aug 15, 2017
In answer to: how can list my home for rent?
The best way is to get with a local realtor to put the home on the MLS. Usually the fee is one month's rent. Let me know if I can help. I am an agent in Plano. Have a great day.
Answered: Jun 30, 2017
It's wise to get your own realtor since the listing agent really represents the seller. Give me a call if you need a referral for your area.
Answered: Jun 26, 2017
Most properties in Addison are condos or town homes. Not a lot of single home properties there. You might branch out to Farmers Branch or Carrollton. I'm happy to do a search for you or you can call any realtor to help. Good luck!!
Answered: Jun 20, 2017
Any buyers agent can give you access to the home. I can help you find someone in your area if you are interested. Have a great day!
Answered: Apr 4, 2017
In answer to: Are we ready to purchase our first house?
The best thing to do is get with a lender and discuss what you can afford and the different types of loans that are out there that would be suitable for your needs. I have a great lender I can refer if you are interested. Then, you can meet with a realtor to discuss your options. Hope that helps!
Answered: Mar 25, 2017
Sounds like those items were not included in the contract and aren't typically included in a sale of a home. Next time, make sure you include items like that in your sales contract if you think there could be a possibility the sellers will take with them.
Answered: Feb 18, 2017
What city are you looking in?
Answered: Feb 15, 2017
Where exactly are you looking to buy?
Answered: Jun 15, 2016
If you can afford it without selling your current home, yes. The market is so intense right now, chances are you will sell your current home quickly. Hope that helps!
Answered: Jan 29, 2016
The best thing to do is find a good agent who can pull a search for you to see what is out there. Look at reviews and see who might be a good fit. You can go to my RE/MAX website and do a search as well. Hope that helps.
Answered: Jan 24, 2016
Hi John! This is Bridget. We have had several conversations about your home on Scotia Drive. The MLS states it is cancelled. Originally priced at $499,000, then dropped to $489,000. It does state there are four bathrooms. If you want your home listed properly, I would recommend finding a good agent and having them re-list on the MLS. Hope that helps.
Answered: Jan 17, 2016
In answer to: Can the selling agent re do a whole contract?
Do you mean the listing agent? If you represent the buyers, then you are considered the "selling" agent because you procure the sale. As long as the contract is not executed, you can revise as needed. When there are so many revisions to a contract, the title company sometimes has a difficult time reading and it is better just to get a clean copy. She/he probably just didn't want to ask you to rewrite. Just make sure your buyers are in agreement with everything before they sign. Hope that helps.