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Flooring Trends for 2020

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Flooring Trends for 2020 Waterproof vinyl floors are overtaking laminate in the flooring industry. Vinyl can have a wood look that is more durable than laminate. And since it’s water-resistant, it can be installed in kitchens and bathrooms. Cost: Vinyl flooring costs can range from 50 cents to $5 per square foot, with installation an […]

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Did you know?!

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DID YOU KNOW?! 1. You can boost profits from rentals without increasing rents by: a. Upcharging for amenities. b. Partnering with local service providers. c. Reducing your overhead. 2. A licensed auctioneer is not required to have a real estate license to call an auction for real property in Texas, but the auctioneer may not act as a broker […]

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Did you know?! 8/2018

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Things You Don’t Know About Selling Your Home? Selling a house on your own is like explaining the solar system to a child. You think you can handle it, but as soon as a difficult question comes your way, you realize how much you don’t know. Here are examples of questions that could arise when […]

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Did you know?! – May 2017

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  Did you know that…. 1. Denying a potential tenant’s application because he or she smokes, will not violate any federal fair-housing laws. 2. Texas homes spent an average of 64 days on the market. 3. The earnest money is not required to make the One to Four Family Residential Contract an effective and enforceable […]

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In The Loop. Rice Military.

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Rice Military is like family to me. It’s where we bought our first and second home, where both of our kids were born and my husband opened his first and second restaurant.Rice Military “opens its doors” to you like family and friends do when you are visiting their house for the first time.  It’s so welcoming and friendly that […]

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In The Loop. Montrose.

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Driving through the tree lined boulevards of Montrose gives anyone great joy. And I can see why property owners, tenants and so many businesses choose this neighborhood. Looking back in history Montrose was once called the Heart of Houston and I certainly wouldn’t disagree. It’s character is like no other area of town. Montrose is […]

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Did you know?! – March 2017

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that…. 1.  Sellers must have the utilities on for the duration of the contract period. 2. Mortgage rates aren’t going to jump overnight, but they’re likely headed on a steady upward trajectory. 3. 51% of all buyers said they received better contract terms because they worked with a real estate agent. 4. If the buyer’s lender won’t have the loan […]

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In the loop. The Heights.

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If I can choose an ideal neighborhood other than my beloved Spring Branch area, I would choose The Heights. Let me tell you why…. but first, a little history. We moved to Houston 16 years ago in 2001 when there was nothing much happening in the Washington Area corridor. Back then Rice Military was our […]

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REASONS TO USE A REAL ESTATE AGENT

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Buying and selling a home can be a very complicated process. A realtor can help you with everything from setting a price to advertising and marketing the property to closing the sale. Let’s take a look some more reasons why people use a real estate agent. Market knowledge One of the biggest benefits of a […]

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TIPS FOR BUYING A NEW CONSTRUCTION HOME

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When it comes to buying a new construction home, it is a little different that purchasing a home that was previously owned by someone else. It is important to be familiar with how this process works. Below you will find a few things to consider when buying a newly constructed home. Negotiation options Builders typically […]

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