Holly possesses invaluable technical information gathered from more than 17 years of real estate experience in the Houston area. Her broad range of residential real estate knowledge includes new construction and residential property including procurement of land for new construction and development. She has successfully represented her clients, including new home builders in all phases of the building process. Buyers can feel confident in their representation during the sometimes arduous process. Holly's knowledge of the Houston Metropolitan market area is unmatched. The areas she she specializes in includes but is not limited to the following: Sugar Land/Richmond, Galleria, Spring Branch and The Heights.
111 Grace Point Sugar Land, TX, 77498
MLS# 69885931 (HAR) / For Sale
Broker: Natalie Glass Properties
722 Imperial Sugar Land, TX, 77498
MLS# 10882485 (HAR) / For Sale
118 Stadium Sugar Land, TX, 77498
MLS# 57808144 (HAR) / For Sale
$ 2,500 / Rental,
5 Beds , 3 & 1/2 Baths,
3,832 Sq.Ft. , Year Built: 2004 ,
MLS# 19504009 (HAR) /For Rent
14751 Perthshire Rd Houston, TX, 77079
MLS# 52970141 (HAR)
Broker: RE/MAX PIONEERS
9029 Gaylord Dr Hedwig, TX, 77024
MLS# 12087384 (HAR)
7334 DEARBORN ST HOUSTON, TX, 77055
MLS# 74030232 (HAR)
Hi Anthony,\nIt sounds like you are considering a condo to buy and lease out. If you are planning to lease it out as a corporate rental or furnished unit, you should lease with a Realtor that specifically works with corporate rentals. Monthly maintenance fees on condos usually cover exterior building maintenance and insurance of the building and liability and insurance for the common areas. Sometimes water, gas, cable or other utilities are covered but you must look at each community individually and decide if it is a good value based on the price and what the HOA includes in that price. You also want to make sure the HOA has adequate reserves and it well managed. Some are better values than others. If the community has a higher maintenance fee that covers more utilities, it\'s probably more expensive to carry in between tenants. Be sure the community does not prohibit or limit how many units can be rentals if you plan to keep it as an investment property. Houston does have great investment potential but do your homework and be sure get a Realtor that has a lot of experience selling condos. Best of luck!\n
For best results you will need to find a Realtor in the area in San Antonio where you would like to lease a home. Realtors in Houston usually specialize in a specific area or areas in Houston and for best results your Realtor should be knowledgeable about the area you are moving. A Houston Realtor could research and refer you to an agent in San Antonio or you could look on Realtor.com and interview agents that list the type of property and the area that you are interested in.\n\nSome landlords may not allow any past broken leases but some will if it has been a few years and you both have good credit otherwise, it should not be too big of a problem.. Most will look at the whole picture and consider income or ability to pay, other rental history, other credit pets and criminal history...or lack of.
Harmony is a master planned community. Johnson Development has a proven track record when it comes to planning successful, vibrant communities with great resale values down the road. Sienna Plantation and Riverstone are just two examples of communities developed by Johnson in Fort Bend County. Imperial Sugar Land is also developing into an amazing place to live. Sometimes the process does not happen overnight but they are all very well planned and the final result is a great quality of life and beautiful communities.
Unless the seller agreed to repair the house in writing, on the contract, the seller does not have an obligation to repair anything. The buyer can walk away if they are still in the option period and their earnest money should be returned. That\'s the reason for the option period. I hope that helps.
There are numerous websites that advise landlords to accept or deny tenants applications. You would have to find out which one from the listing agent or Realtor to make sure you go through the one they require. Good luck!
If you are going to have an exclusive right to sell, you would use that listing agreement. Either Residential, Commercial or Farm and Ranch depending on the type of property. If you are listing a residential lot, you would use the same listing agreement as you would use to list a house. They are on Zip Forms. I hope that helps.
I would suggest purchasing title insurance and have the title company search for liens. If a lien is missed, the title company will insure it up to the purchase price.
If you know the general area that you will need to be in close proximity to, find a Realtor in that area. HAR.com of course is a great source of information. You don''t necessarily need to find the top producing sales agent in the area but instead find an agent that will have the time to spend to help you find the best rental. Best of luck with your move!
You can pay yearly in advance and it is a lot less expensive and you won''t have the quarterly bill.
The legal hotline is a great source of reliable information. Have your real estate license number ready when you call and they will return your call. Good luck with your multiple offers!
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