Karen Sherrill provides exceptional service and care before, during and after the sale. She embraces advances in technology to work efficiently alongside her clients; giving her the ability to close a real estate transaction if you are in Houston, out of state or out of the country with the same personalized service. She is a certified Military Relocation Professional to assist families who have served or are serving. Buying and selling real estate can be very stressful - she takes great care to help clients, listening, providing information with her relaxed humorous style.
Karen came to Houston from San Diego in 2005 with her family. Her experience moving across country, as well as working with families and youth for over 30 years (her husband, a Family Life pastor at a local church), gives her unique insight and skill to assist her clients. Three children went through local schools and Texas Universities (her oldest moved to Houston after college).With all four grown children now living in Houston, Dallas and near Austin, two grandchildren and a son-in-law who's a police officer, she understands the changing demographics of a family and type of home that meets their changing needs.
Ask any of her clients for feedback on their experience - or view her client experience rating - many clients have become friends
14319 Little Willow Wal Houston, TX, 77062
MLS# 28760741 (HAR)
Broker: Simien Properties
7301 Avenue L 1/2 Santa Fe, TX, 77510
MLS# 73293649 (HAR)
Broker: RE/MAX 1st Choice
2633 Drift Wood Ln Seabrook, TX, 77586
MLS# 29379976 (HAR)
Broker: RE/MAX Space Center
Paying for lead generation is difficult to gauge - it depends on where you are marketing and how much money you have/want to spend. If a zip code is saturated with top paying agents, the only leads you are going to get are crumbs that don\'t usually pan out. I would suggest you speak to other agents in your office to see what has and has not worked for them in your particular market area. I personally have used Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia and Homes.com at various points. Initially I had some good success with Realtor.com and Zillow however I am about to terminate the final one after seeing the quality of leads slowly deteriorate or be non-existent over the past few years. I now do most of my business by referral - even from some lenders. Provide exemplary and quality service to your clients AND continue the relationship after closing and you will see your business slowly build. Be sure your sphere of influence knows you are a Realtor to get the word out as well.
As you have seen by the answers previously - no it is not hard to find a professional photographer to take photos on listings. I provide this service to all my selling clients at no charge. My pet peeve is poor quality listing photos. On the flip side, I have been able to secure homes for my clients in this competitive market because the lack or quality of photos has kept many buyers away. If you are personally moving from out of state to Houston, I would encourage you to engage with a local Realtor that specializes in the area of town you are looking. Houston is HUGE and it is best to connect with someone who knows the area. They can access prior listings to a home to at least get a general idea if the property is something you are looking for - especially if the descriptions seems to align with your wants/needs in a home. I know from personal experience I have done many FaceTime tours with out of state/out of country clients to help them virtually tour a home and make a decision. You can use the \"find a real estate agent\" tool in the agents drop down. Search for agents who have a client experience rating to further assist you. If you are looking in Clear Lake, Friendswood, League City or further south, feel free to connect with me. Best of luck and may sellers start demanding quality photos from their agents to assist buyers like yourself!
A search for patio homes would be your best option. A better option would be to connect with a Realtor who specializes in the area of town you are hoping to buy. A knowledgeable Realtor will be aware of subdivisions that offer what you are looking for. They can also set you up with an automated search portal to notify you as soon as properties are listed. Use the \"find a real estate agent\" under the agents tab. You can select by zip code or area and further refine your results to those with reviews. If you are looking in the Clear Lake area I would be happy to assist you. Best of luck!
I hope you were able to find the answer to your question as it is now past April 15th. Below is a link for Matrix classes in case you missed it. You can also log into Matrix and off to the left there is a menu that says \"Welcome to Matrix\" If you click it there is a menu that give you a choice of online videos and how to register for classes as well.
I am not sure if you need Platinum membership, but I would encourage you to set up any automated searches using Matrix and their auto-email portal. It is pretty easy to do. I would recommend taking the Matrix class or checking out online training for the best, quickest, result
It is really a matter of personal preference. I have always opted for Sundays as it has traditionally been the day most buyers are looking for open houses. However, factors such as weather, holidays, local events may make a Saturday open house a better option. Realize that most open houses will bring neighbors and people browsing, although I did have a few open houses where buyers had agents. Their agents were unable to show and the open house was a nice convenience. In today\'s crazy market it may make sense to hold an open house right after listing to divert the bulk of traffic to that day and saving your sellers from having to constantly be away from home due to multiple showings. Personally in recent listings that were made live on a Thursday night the home didn\'t make it to the weekend to even make an open house necessary.
The listing agent is required to place the home as \"option pending\" within three days of receipt of the executed contract. Some agents wait until they are in receipt of the option fee, but still within these guidelines. It is usually simply an oversight or extenuating circumstances prevented them from updating the MLS. Have your agent connect with the listing agent for follow-up.
The only properties that will show on HAR are homes actively listed using a Realtor. Without knowing which sites you are finding the properties, it may be that they are an in house source and not publicly available, or it may be that they have not been updated. It is not uncommon for me to have a client ask me about a home they found on Zillow only to find out it isn\'t listed and instead was listed as an example.
If you put repair requests in an email, all you have is an email with requests. In order to make it binding, it must be on an amendment form signed by all parties with an execution date.
If you log into Matrix and click the \"help\" tab at the far top right it will give you access to tutorials and training guides.
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