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Existing-home sales slowed in April, with all major regions of the country – except the Midwest – experiencing declines, NAR reports....
Single households now make up the second most common household type, even surpassing married households with minor children, reports show. ...
Average fixed-rate mortgages moved slightly lower this week, a welcome reversal following three consecutive weeks of increases.
Two reports released this week from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac economists reflect greater optimism in the housing market this year.
Investors are watching closely the wave of construction of new apartments and how that could impact vacancies as well as their abilities to...
Once your home is on the market, you may start seeing interest from buyers right away. One way you can prepare yourself is to learn how your home will be presented to buyers. So, before you give your Texas REALTOR® the go-ahead to list your property, you may want to ask him or her questions like these: Where will the listing info show up online? How are showings scheduled? Who will give buyers access for showings? Can I ask buyers for feedback? What should I do if someone knocks on the door and wants to see the house? Feel free to ask these or any other questions you have. Your Texas REALTOR® has the knowledge and experience to walk you through the selling process and make sure you’re informed along the way.
My offer on a property listed “as is” was accepted by the seller, but he won’t make the property available for inspections. I know he doesn’t want to make any repairs, but can he refuse to let me inspect the house? No. If you used the Texas Real Estate Commission’s One to Four Family Residential Contract, the seller cannot prevent you from having the property inspected. This form includes a paragraph that says the seller has to give the buyer or buyer’s agent access to the property at reasonable times and allows you to have the property inspected. Unless that was modified in the contract, the seller could be found in default for refusing to grant you access. Have a question about buying, selling, or leasing property in Texas? Ask us. Not all submitted questions will be answered.
Two of the biggest concerns for any homebuyer are a house’s kitchen and bathrooms. If you update those spaces before you list, potential buyers will feel that they won’t require a ton of work once they move in. Here are places to focus your updates to ensure that your house stands out. Upgrade the lights Lighting is a critical part of any good kitchen. One of the simplest upgrades is installing task lights, which are lights directed at parts of the kitchen where prep and cooking work take place. Placing task lights under cabinets or over the kitchen island will draw the attention of buyers and add a desirable design element to the room. Swapping out existing fixtures is easy to do, or you can install battery-operated LED lights—some of these have adhesives that stick to any surface. Paint rather than replace tile Hiring a contractor to tear out and replace old bathroom tile can be expensive. An alternative approach is to paint them yourself. Ceramic epoxy adhesive coverings are relatively cheap, look good, Install a pedestal sink Vanities and sink cabinets eat up a lot of space in smaller bathrooms. Free up some territory by replacing the existing sink with a pedestal sink. Not only will it create a sense of space, but it’s less boxy with artistic lines, adding visual appeal to a bathroom. You can get back lost storage space by adding a small cabinet over the toilet or replacing a mirror with a mirrored medicine cabinet. Stain or paint kitchen cabinets Don’t replace old kitchen cabinets—stain or paint them. The results will completely transform the space. This is a time-intensive but easy project for you to accomplish. Revitalize your floors Are your hardwood floors showing wear and tear? Restore them—it’s simpler than you think. Like refinishing cabinets, stripping and restoring hardwoods requires more time than anything else. Make sure you identify any compromised sections of flooring before starting the process, since restoration of bad wood will make the job look cheap. If your home has carpet, consider tearing it up and staining the concrete underneath. This cost-effective way to modernize your living space attracts buyers who view carpet as an outdated flooring option. Guest post by Bryn Huntpalmer, editor for Austin-based Modernize. Modernize is where you come to get inspired, see what's possible, and connect with a professional who will make your dream home a reality. For more design ideas and inspiration, visit modernize.com. Image courtesy of Modernize.
I'm selling a rental house that I haven’t seen in 10 years. My property manager takes care of it for me. Instead of filling out a seller’s disclosure notice, can I provide a statement that I haven't seen the property in years and don't know its condition? No. You are required to provide a seller’s disclosure notice, which discloses what you know about the property. The fact that you haven’t seen the property in 10 years doesn’t exempt you from this notice requirement. Knowledge about the property can come from sources other than a visual examination, such as complaints from tenants or reports from your property manager. Have a question about buying, selling, or leasing property in Texas? Ask us. Not all submitted questions will be answered.
If you’re thinking of buying your first home this summer, you should hire a Texas REALTOR® right away. Why? The summer selling season is going to be competitive. The latest Texas Quarterly Housing Report shows that monthly housing inventory continued to drop in the first three months of 2015, falling to a new all-time low of 3.1 months, a decrease of 8.82% from the same quarter last year. Since summer is already a popular homebuying season, and many markets in Texas will experience high demand, you need to be prepared to move quickly when you find a property you love. If you begin working with a Texas REALTOR® this spring, you’ll be ready to do just that. A Texas REALTOR® can help you determine what kind of property you’re looking for, how much you can afford, and other factors that will help you be ready to make quick decisions. And as a first-time homebuyer, you’ll need the extra help, due in part to the current market. Jim Gaines, Ph.D., economist with the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, says homes are being built quickly, but many aren’t in the price range for the entry-level market. “Interest rates are still low, but tight lending standards, rising home prices, and slim inventory have created a tough market for first-time homebuyers,” he says. Start looking for your Texas REALTOR® using the Find a Texas REALTOR® tool on texasrealestate.com.
ROSENBERG (Houston Business Journal) – The city and the local development corporation came to an agreement with Paragon Outlet Partners to build an outlet mall about ten miles southwest of Sugar Land near the intersection of I-69 and Reading Rd.
LUBBOCK (LEDA) – The Lubbock Economic Development Alliance (LEDA) announced Wednesday that locally based retail grocer United Supermarkets will add 190 new jobs here over the next few years.
DALLAS (Dallas Morning News) – The former Dallas Central Library at Commerce and Harwood Streets will be turned into an office building by Centurion Development Group, the same company renovating the Statler-Hilton Hotel next door.
HOUSTON (Dallas Morning News) – At last week's Urban Land Institute conference in Houston, developers talked about how many older office buildings across the country are being upgraded into the 21st century, including some in Dallas and Houston.
SAN ANTONIO (REOC San Antonio) – The local industrial market's 2014 momentum carried over into the first quarter of this year, according to the REOC San Antonio's survey of more than 34.3 million sf of industrial lease space. New leases and expansions inked in the first three months of the year translated into 376,707 sf of positive net absorption.