I have taken a course in class, certified in louisiana. Don't want to pay for another course in texas but I can't
work in texas with la. License.... no test to take to start in texas I have to send tx course info. Starting over....not what I want...do I go back to work... no...what u people don't
understand u don't
need a licence to buy or sell realistate ...private investor....knowledge is key....why work for a broker...internet save gas....maybe u. Need to rethink how someone living off your monthly fees.think......... more
This is according to the information they have provided.
Elem:Ermel Int:Caraway Mid:Hoffman High:Eisenhower
To find out more information please call me at 713-397-5891.
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Hello Jene, Since the School Districts are rather large in the Houston area, they have to zone different areas to different schools so as not to overcrowd a particular school. If you are very set on a school, we can limit your search in those communities that are zoned to that school.
Looks like you are considering a move to Houston. When are you planning to move? I will be happy to answer any questions and give you an idea of how a rental or purchase works here. You will find it very helpful to have a realtor on your side to guide you through the process. This is at no cost to you. Best way to reach me is at the information below.
REALM Real Estate Professionals
I would suggest you look into Sugar land area if you are looking for a good place to raise a family in Southwest suburbs of Houston. Has good schools if you are looking for good schools and also Sugar Land has been rated number 3 and 4 best city to live in U.S.A. several times and it is still close to major freeways and shopping and good restaurants and much more... more
If they don't you should move up here to Toronto where all the students get storage lockers. I'm sure glad we had them while I was in high school. Oh that was such a long time ago, geesh, I'm getting old. http://www.migsonstorage.com... more
I recently sold a house in the area you are interested in and noticed there are rentals also available. Give me a call or send me a tetxt on my cell phone (713) 854-1638. I wiould be honored to work with you. Lestine lakes, Realtor-Associate, Coleman & Co. Realtors... more
All other matters aside, $1000 unfortunately isn't going to get you much ... perhaps an outside shot at an apartment or small townhouse, but definitely not a single-family home. You're looking at the $1500 price point for openers these days in the more desirable locations ... probably more.
With inventory at near record lows, many families who would normally purchase a property are renting ... and with the demand so high and supply so low, prices are continually escalating. Frankly, in all my years in real estate, I've never seen them (both rentals and purchases) at such levels, and they're going up by the hour.
I wish the news were better ... best of luck to you and your children.... more
Schools are always the priority for families moving into Houston with children. As I have seen with other families, I am quite sure you are also looking at the locations from the commuting aspect as far as work commute goes.
I am quite sure you have found good ratings on several schools through the Houston and surrounding areas, however, a lot depends on what is important within the areas as far as amenities go as well.
Have you looked further out into Katy or Sugar Land?
If I can assist in any way, pleae let me know as well.
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I live close to Chetman, and the school that is zoned to that area is Adam Elementary, Arnold Middle School and Cy-Fair High. They are all great school! I went to take a drive down that road, and the only thing is that there is a set of townhomes where there are always a lot of children playing out front. So have to be very careful.... more
This is not a listing, but a foreclosure notice from RealtyTrac, a reporting service for financially distressed properties. They donâ€™t list or sell houses, but only compile data from public sources. Such information is useless when looking for a home.
As for that enticing number â€¦ no, itâ€™s not the price (as RealtyTrac would like you to assume), but the amount in default. It has no relation whatsoever to the propertyâ€™s value. If it were possible to purchase such a house for that money, it would be gone in an hour.
Infomercials aside, itâ€™s a myth that anyone can just pick up a foreclosure for pennies on the dollar. If it were that simple, weâ€™d all be buying them. While they may be aggressively priced at first, most end up selling for well over list and close to actual value. Nobodyâ€™s giving away houses these days, especially in a sellersâ€™ market.
Just about all of these places need work beyond cosmetic updates. Simply put, theyâ€™re best suited for investors with deep pockets. I work with several, and see what they spend â€¦ it ainâ€™t cheap. Further, a Sellerâ€™s Disclosure is not required, so youâ€™ll have no information about the property â€¦ has it ever flooded, been infested with termites, caught fire, been the scene of illegal activity or violent crime â€¦ all of this (and more) can dramatically affect its worth.
The terms should suffice to drive all but seasoned buyers away â€¦ â€œas-is, where-is, with all faults.â€ Bottom line: itâ€™s yours as it sits. Most contracts include an opportunity to inspect the property and void the transaction â€¦ and since these homes are usually in rough shape, itâ€™s imperative to have them checked thoroughly, roof to slab. The cost (well over $1000 if done right) is on the buyer, and not reimbursable, even if the sale doesnâ€™t close. The lienholder/seller will make no allowance for repairs â€¦ â€œas-is, where-isâ€ sums it up.
Ironically, you can likely purchase a great home in better condition for about the same money â€¦ possibly less, given what it would cost to get most foreclosures into shape. It will be my pleasure to work with you toward finding that special place which best suits your familyâ€™s needs. There is no cost to you as a buyer. If I may be of assistance, please feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.
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Yes, the unit is available ... but you'd likely have to buy it for cash. No lender will touch a loan under $50,000 (maybe a little more these days). There is also a $272 monthly maintenance fee. If you're still interested, get hold of Melanie, since she was the first to respond. Best of luck.... more
The unit is still for sale according to www.HAR.com. The MLS listing number is 67939045. It's been around a while, and has been reduced in price.
You should be aware that this will likely have to be a cash sale, since lenders generally won't approve loans under $50,000 (probably more these days). There is also a $143 monthly maintenance fee.
Look up the listing and contact the agent who has it. Best of luck.... more
Unfortunately there are no washer/dryer connections in this unit but the good news is I can find properties with washer/dryer connections and send them your way. Please feel free to give me a call. Good luck!
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Hello Ms. Hernandez,
I think you may be trying to figure out if your son can get into a particular school, but you did not mention the name of the school or the subdivision you are talking about.
Are you trying to rent or buy in a particular area so your son can get into a particular school?
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