Home Sellers

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New Home with a Pool in Carrollton, TX (Coyote Ridge Subdivision)

I am sure you are familiar with Alabama's lyrics..."If you're gonna play in Texas, you gotta have a fiddle in the band..."  Okay, you are ready for that new home, but it could be said..."If you're gonna live in Texas, you gotta have a pool in the back..."  Because, it looks like that may be the only way you are gonna survive in the summer heat...  Well, we have the perfect solution for you.  This super cute single-story custom home has everything you need.

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Pool   Kitchen

Living   Living 2

Breakfast   Dining

Master   Master Bath

This single-story home, has three bedrooms and two and a half baths along with a 3-car garage...  Really, can it get any better?   The floor plan is super

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2608 Valley Creek Trail Golf Course

New listing in Sunset Ridge subdivision backing to the Eldorado Country Club Golf Course

If you love golf, or even just love a home with a golf course view, you are going to love this new listing in Sunset Ridge.  Backing to the Eldorado Country Club golf course, this home is positioned with a beautiful view of the #2 green.  In fact, you could easily practice your chipping from your own backyard; just be sure to avoid the water surrounding the hole and the two large bunkers. 

The mature trees and gorgeous landscaping make this house feel like a private oasis.  You really must experience it.  But, don't dilly dally.  This one won't last long.

Oh yeah....and the house...

This single-story home, has four bedrooms and two baths along with a

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According to JESSE J. HOLLAND of the Associated Press,  It is true that "we do grow everything bigger in Texas," even the cities.

New data from the Census Bureau shows that Frisco, Texas was the second fastest growing city in the nation beween 2012 and 2013.  San Marcos, Texas was number one and Cedar Park, Texas was number 4.   Perhaps Governor Perry's "Wide Open For Business" campaign, is really making an impact...  Or perhaps, folks are simply intrigued by all this great town has to offer.  

If you haven't visited yourself, we would love to host you and take you on a discovery tour to find out just what makes this little city so attractive.

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Answers to Your Questions Regarding Appraisals

As a listing agent, one of my primary obligations to a seller is to do everything within my ability to assist them in getting the proper value for their home.  Unfortunately, there are times when appraisers may not know a particular market well.  While this is not the norm, it does happen.  We make it a habit to communicate with the appraiser and to provide them data with respect to the comparable sales we used in pricing the home.  We will also ask the seller for a list of all upgrades, etc to evidence the details regarding the home.  When possible, we will deliver this information to the appraiser in person to establish a good report with him or her.  Below are a few frequently asked questions regarding

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By: Carl Vogel

Published: August 5, 2010

Before you put your home up for sale, use the right comparable sales to find the perfect price.

Knowing how much homes similar to yours, called comparable sales (or in real estate lingo, comps), sold for gives you the best idea of the current estimated value of your home. The trick is finding sales that closely match yours.

What makes a good comparable sale?

Your best comparable sale is the same model as your house in the same subdivision—and it closed escrow last week. If you can’t find that, here are other factors that count:

Location: The closer to your house the better, but don’t just use any comparable sale within a mile radius. A good comparable sale is a house in your neighborhood, your

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By Sammy Gardner

 

It is important for buyer's and seller's in Texas to understand exactly who the real estate sales people in a transaction represent.  As required by law, your salesperson should explan to you what type of agency relationship you have with him or her as well as with the brokerage company he or she represents.  Below is a discussion of the various types of agency relationships.  However, you should keep in mind that we do not practice all of these types of relationships in Texas.

It’s important to understand what legal responsibilities your real estate salesperson has to you and to other parties in the transactions. Ask your salesperson to explain what type of agency relationship you have with him or her and with the

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