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NAR's chief economist weighs in on the state of the housing market and what to expect in the coming years, including in sales and revenue...
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Many home owner landscape overhauls are being driven by the need to address recent water-related challenges, finds a new survey.
A real estate brokerage set out to determine how expensive a house constructed from dollar bills would cost. Aren't you curious? ...
A seller accepted my back-up offer on a home that’s currently under contract to another buyer. I paid for a 10-day option to terminate, but when do my 10 days start? I don’t know if I’ll even get the chance to purchase the house.
You have the option to terminate at any time while you’re in the back-up position. The option period specified in Paragraph 23 of the contract—10 days, in your case—doesn’t start until your contract becomes the primary contract, which is the date you receive notice from the seller of the termination of the first contract.
Have a question about buying, selling, or leasing property in Texas? Ask us. Not all submitted questions will be answered.
You may not be quite ready to buy your first home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start preparing now. Here are three actions you can do while renting that will put you in a better position when you’re ready to buy.
Take a homeowner’s budget for a test drive. While you can’t predict all homeownership costs down to the last penny, you can come up with a rough estimate of how owning a home will impact your budget. A Texas REALTOR® can help you figure out how much home you can afford, the potential mortgage payment you’d make, your local property taxes, and repair costs you might want to consider as a homeowner.
Check your credit report. Before you apply for a loan, you should request a free credit report to find out what a lender would see. If your report has errors, you can correct them before they affect your ability to qualify for a mortgage loan. And if you find legitimate flaws, you might be able to take steps to improve your credit before purchasing a property. Your Texas REALTOR® may be able to help you find resources to repair your credit.
Create a realistic wish list. There’s probably not a home that will offer every single amenity you desire, but you should have a general idea of what you’re looking for. So while a home with fewer than two bathrooms may be non-negotiable, perhaps you’d see the potential in one with a smaller kitchen or a not-so-appealing exterior paint job.
It’s never too early to talk to a Texas REALTOR® when you know you’re going to buy a home. A Texas REALTOR® can answer your questions about the homebuying process and help you avoid surprises along the way.
How did anyone ever sell a house before smartphones, texting, and email? My husband and I recently started working with a Texas REALTOR® to sell our home, and these and other tech tools have allowed us the ability to respond quickly to requests for information or signatures.
When our Texas REALTOR® sends us a text message to ask if we’re OK with showing time, we message her right back to say yes or no.
We receive automatic alerts on our phones when someone accesses the lockbox for a showing, and we receive feedback afterward from buyers’ agents via email.
I’ve shared documents from my cloud-storage account while grocery shopping—with just a few clicks, they’re sent to whomever needs them.
Last week, we reviewed a form on our phones while in another city’s airport with our Texas REALTOR® on speakerphone. Then, we signed the form with our fingertips on our phones just after buckling into our seats on the plane.
While this process works for us, it may not work for every seller. Your Texas REALTOR® will guide you through the process at the speed that works for you ... in person, on the phone, or in an airport.
I saw an advertisement about a veterans’ homebuyer-assistance program. A program like this could help me buy my first home, but I’m not a veteran. Are other programs available?
Yes. There are a variety of homebuyer-assistance programs available that can help Texans purchase a home. Many of these programs provide homebuying assistance based on your income, and some are specifically for first-time homebuyers. Assistance may include covering a portion of closing costs or your downpayment. You can find what’s available in Texas at txhomeprograms.org.
You should also find a Texas REALTOR®. Even if you aren’t quite ready to make a home purchase, a Texas REALTOR® can help you understand your options and make sure you take the right steps from the start. Find a Texas REALTOR® in your area at texasrealestate.com/realtors.
How often to you get to vote to save yourself some money? Well, put November 3, 2015, on your calendar.
The election that day will include a proposition to raise the homestead exemption in Texas from $15,000 to $25,000. The higher the homestead exemption, the lower your property taxes.
It’s a no-brainer, right? It gets even better.
The same proposition also will constitutionally ban real estate transfer taxes in Texas. Right now, most states slap a tax on the sale or transfer of real estate. Texas does not. Transfer taxes can add hundreds or even thousands of dollars to a real estate transaction.
Both of these measures were championed by Texas REALTORS® during the recent Texas legislative session. Texas REALTORS® are committed to keep the costs of purchasing and owning real estate low.
This is great news for homebuyers and homeowners. But you have to do your part. Take two easy steps to make sure these tax savings will be adopted in our state: First, make sure you’re registered to vote. Second, vote for this proposition. You’ll be doing yourself a favor.
AUSTIN (Austin Business Journal) – Valor Capital Partners of New York has purchased two Class-B office buildings from Dallas-based Rancho Texas 20 Investments LP.
DALLAS (GlobeSt.com) – A week after acquiring a 902,715-sf industrial portfolio in El Paso and Harlingen, Sealy & Co. has disposed of its Texas Industrial Portfolio (which does not include the El Paso or Harlingen properties).
ROUND ROCK (Community Impact Newspaper) – Taylor Morrison is building two residential communities off of University Blvd.
EL PASO (El Paso Times) – The city council has approved a master plan for the $48 million Eastside Regional Park. The park will have a ranch theme and feature public art across the 92-acre site.
COLLEGE STATION (Real Estate Center) – On this week's Real Estate Red Zone, Center Research Economist Dr. Harold Hunt talks about why manufactured housing communities should be included in any discussion of affordable housing development.