You can see a list on my webpage...
A couple of more important ones are:
Let me see your training room.
Let me see your training calendar.
Let me see how many leads you provided to your agents last month.
If they can't show you these 3 basic tools.....keep moving.
If you want an interview at Keller Williams let me know and I can set it up for you.... more
You need to get with your probate lawyer.
Sounds like you need to sell the house or have the person living in it buy the others out.
Rarely would I think it is a good idea to hold on to the property to divide later.... more
I notice that in this post you're asking about short sales. In another you're asking about tax lien sales. It's just a guess, but you might want to seek out some Real Estate Investors meetings in your area, if you're not really wanting to buy property using a Realtor off of the MLS. The REI meetings really can be helpful with some of the stuff it sounds like you're wanting to get involved in.... more
Here are the requirements for licensing per TREC (Texas Real Estate Commission) there is no mention of working directly for a company that owns its own property and leases it out. You will need to be licensed to be a rental locator which means you trying to be a third party representing someone else but if you are hired as a W2 employee by xyz apartments you do not need to be licensed. You would be the principal in this case meaning you would be considered to be xyz apartments leasing xyz's property.
SUBCHAPTER H. LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
Sec. 1101.351. LICENSE REQUIRED. (a) Unless a person holds a license issued under this chapter, the person may not:
(1) act as or represent that the person is a broker or salesperson; or
(2) act as a residential rental locator.
(b) An applicant for a broker or salesperson license may not act as a broker or salesperson until the person receives the license evidencing that authority.
(c) A licensed salesperson may not act or
attempt to act as a broker or salesperson unless the salesperson is associated with a licensed broker and is acting for that broker.
(a-1) Unless a business entity holds a license issued under this chapter, the business entity may not act as a broker.
Chris Hutchinson Real Estate
The Michael Group
You can try to contact the lender who now owns the property but they most likley will not talk to you. They have a process they go through prior to puttting the home on the market just as Don posted.... more
For Harris County click on the link below from the Harris County Tax Appraisers Office. Tax Sale Procedure. If you need further assistance in purchasing a home please fee free to give us a call.
Caution my friend. If you are in real estate, talk with your broker.
The national Do Not Call law requires strict protocols. It costs mucho dollars if you are found guilty of a violation.
Due diligence is required before you start to dial.
Dominick Dina, Broker/Owner
Christian Realty San Antonio... more
Suzanne - you should have an appraisal of the house's value, an inspection to let you know if there are any hidden problems, title work to make sure there are no other problems with the title, money to pay the tax lien, and especially the advice of an attorney. Don't waste time soliciting advice from your friends or non-experts. If you don't have the money to do your due diligence, you might try to find someone who will help you acquire the house in return for a share of the equity when you sell. You will probably not be able to avoid settling the tax issue as the lien will be attached to the property and could result in the property being sold at a tax sale if it isn't paid. Good luck! This might be a really great opportunity for you.... more
Did you purchase the home and how? If you purchased the home and Closed witha title company somtimes they file the deed for you and other times they mail the title to you with instructions on how to file .
If you did not purchase the home you can get a copy of the deed, if filed, at the court house.
Title company will have all the record to show you have purchases this property and paid in full. Contact the title company and ask a copy of the HUD. This document will show the all the detail. From purchase price, date of sale, seller name, buyer name............. When you have this document you can show to the lender who send you the foreclose notice.... more
You deed is filed at the courthouse along with any liens. You might want to check with the title company you closed with or any title company to find the status of any liens. Maybe you have outstanding HOA dues, or tax bills, or something other than a mortgage.
How did you purchase? Did you use a realtor and a title company?... more
The ability to perform the search you are asking about is not availabel on the public HAR - although you might be able to do a serach through ReMax, you will only get a limited number of homes; I don't think the Remax website has all the HAR homes. If you need any help I will be more than heppy to hlp you with your search. Feel free to contact me at your convenience.
Juan Carlos... more
There are a lot of rules and regulations. They vary by jurisdiction.
In addition to getting the zoning, permits, etc., there's also the issue of dealing with the residents and finding responsible, dependable workers.
Here's what I'd suggest: Investigate the licensing and zoning angles. But also: Get a job at an assisted living facility. See what it's actually like. See what happens and what the residents need. See what the pay's like. See what the relatives and family members are like, and what they expect. Do it for a month or two. See if it's what you're envisioning. Then, if you think you still want to do it, go ahead with all the steps necessary.
Hope that helps.... more