About: I am a professional that takes pride in helping my clients achieve their real estate goals. My background in banking and lending has helped me be a better liaison for my clients. I love working with new homeowners and guiding them through the process or helping a seller prepare their home so it ca...
About: I am a professional that takes pride in helping my clients achieve their real estate goals. My background in banking and lending has helped me be a better liaison for my clients. I love working with new homeowners and guiding them through the process or helping a seller prepare their home so it can look at it's best. If you are in Austin or surrounding areas I am your go to agent, I am just a phone call or email away.
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Marisol understood the all the ins and outs of the down payment assistance program I wanted to use. A bonus is that she also understands finance and banking. Marisol was extremely patient and understood my needs. It was so much fun looking at all the different houses with her. I was sad when it was over. Marisol is awesome at what she does and cares about her clients. If she wasn't my realtor, I would love to have her as a friend.Marie HamiltonMarisol was a Godsend. She knew exactly what needed to happen in order for us to settle on time, and she made sure that we did. She also let the houses speak for themselves, rather than talking up the ones we weren't fond of. Thank you so much, Marisol! 10/10 would buy with her again.Amy WeigandFue un placer trabajar con Marisol, fue nuestra primera compra de casa y ella nos ayudo a entender cada paso. Dejo que las casas se vendieran por si mismas y siempre estaba disponible para cualquier pregunta. Definitivamente recomiendo a Marisol Giron por su profesionalismo, su dedicacion con sus clientes y su conocimiento total en el proceso.Alberto GonzalezI would be more than happy to endorse Marisol Giron on homes.com she is the best realtor I've ever had she worked very hard to get exactly what I want in the home that she got for me she worked in my best interest she kept me updated she went out of her way to show me as many homes as we could see she is great I love this home it's perfect and I would recommend her to anybody and homes.com as well.Debra Cisneros
Answers (6)Displaying: 6 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Sep 15, 2017In answer to: do you have to have credit to rent one of the homesCredit is a factor that landlords and property managers look at when renting. But it's not always the deciding factor if they will or not rent to you. They also look at income and job history, there are many ways your agent can help you structure a good offer for the house you are interested in. For example: give a higher deposit or pay more than a month in advance.Answered: Jul 29, 2017Yes, commission is paid to a licensed agent. Make sure the contract has the commission amount when submitting the offer.Answered: Jul 29, 2017I am so sorry you had to deal with that situation, I would recommend having your agent assist you with this. Your Realtor should understand the process and figure out who needs to be refunding you the funds. Having you go back in forth between title companies is very stressful, get your agent involved.Answered: May 8, 2017Hi Jess, there are many down payment assistance programs in your area. Some of them have credit score requirements and others don't; I would strongly encourage you to visit with a lender or realtor in your area that specializes in these programs. Also, there are First time homebuyer classes that you would benefit in taking as they go over credit, income, and different mortgage options. You can look up your county and/or city and look for down payment assistance and I bet you will find many resources. Good luck!Answered: May 8, 2017The only way to remove the loan of your name is to have it financed under another persons name. If it's FHA you can have the current try to assume the note. But overall you will need to have a lender help you with the process. Or the other option is to sell the house, that would transfer the house note to the new owner.Answered: Dec 13, 2016The agreement between the Landlord and the Realtor is what determines the fees or % that will be charged. If you are the tenant you shouldn't have to pay a fee, but sometimes there are application fees.
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