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How do I find Zero Lot Line

How do I search for one story, patio homes with zero lot line?

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How do I find Zero Lot Line

By patrick hickey   
Posted on Jun 01, 2017 in Topic: General
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How do I search for one story, patio homes with zero lot line?
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Jordan Schilleci
about 4 weeks ago
Hi Patrick,

I personally don't believe there is a one-button-click way to find what you are looking for, but if you tell me your wish list, I would love to help you find exactly what you are looking for? (Wish list: preferred area of town, bedroom amount, desired square footage, budget, etc.)

If you are wanting to search without the assistance of an agent, you could enter your the desired minimum and maximum square footage, and get the lot size to be pretty low in coincidence of the square footage of the house.

I did a search for "patio homes", and there are 147 options in the "Houston" area.

0-$199,999 ..... http://fusion.harmls.com/DotNet/Pub/EmailView.aspx?r=1845889473&s=HAR&t=HAR
$200,000-$299,999 ..... http://fusion.harmls.com/DotNet/Pub/EmailView.aspx?r=304279486&s=HAR&t=HAR
$300,000-$399,999 ..... http://fusion.harmls.com/DotNet/Pub/EmailView.aspx?r=722450381&s=HAR&t=HAR
$400,000+ ..... http://fusion.harmls.com/DotNet/Pub/EmailView.aspx?r=54736565&s=HAR&t=HAR

Feel free to reach out to me if you haven't found a REALTOR® to work with. :)

I hope I have been some help,
Jordan Marie Schilleci, REALTOR®
Beth Ferester & Company
832-493-6685 text/call
jordan@rewithjo.com
rewithjo.com | projectgivingback.com | jordanschilleci.com


about 4 weeks ago
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Karen Sherrill
about 4 weeks ago
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!


about 4 weeks ago
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Ryan Kohn
about 4 weeks ago
Hi Patrick,
Agreed, there is not a precise way to search for this type of property, however you can search Patio Homes, 1 Story and then compare your results with living area to lot size square footage. You can also open in the map with satellite view and get a good idea of the lay out. It would be Highly advisable to find a Realtor to represent you. We can take some of these measures and send only homes that fit your criteria to you, which takes some of the hassle out of your hands. Then you have someone representing you with your best interest in mind as well. If you are looking on HAR, there will be a Realtor involved as the listing agent. A lot of people go directly to them, not realizing the dramatic change in responsibilities. They will either represent the seller solely and work against you, or by signing an intermediary representation agreement in which what they can do for both parties is more limited. See the Attached IABS form which goes over Agent responsibilities in the Sources below. There is a very big benefit to having sole representation as a buyer or as a seller as opposed to intermediary status or Sub-Agency status. As a buyer, it won't cost you anything to work with an agent who is representing you, (minimal exclusions to this would apply in rare circumstances and your Realtor should let you know ahead of time).

If you need anything I am more than happy to assist. I am working on some patio homes in the Tomball area currently with minimal yards.
Ryan Kohn
281-636-8179 Call or Text
ryank@wrkrealty.com
O'Hara and Company Real Estate


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http://members.har.com/mhf/terms/dispBrokerInfo.cfm?sitetype=aws&cid=668572

about 4 weeks ago
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Dominik Szabo
about 4 weeks ago
Dear Patrick,
Your best bet would be to search generally for Patio homes, as zero lot line is a very specific criteria that would not be searchable.
What part of town are you looking in? What are your financial constraints?

I would be setup a search for you so you receive the newest properties on the market, straight to your inbox.
Contact me for a no cost no obligation consultation where I can setup the search for you.

Dominik Szabo MBA
Brockway Realty L.L.C.
(832) 844 1724
DominikRealtor.com
** The Doctor of Real Estate in Houston Texas **
" Professional, Courteous, and Informed "


about 4 weeks ago
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Peter Johnston
about 3 weeks ago
Hi Patrick,
One approach is that many patio homes and homes that are built close to lot lines are on lots that have been cut from larger parcels. For example, some subdivisions have 6600 sq ft lots that were cut into 2 3300 sq ft lots for 2 homes with minimal lot lines. Other developments may have simply been platted for small lots. I would do a search for homes on small lots using the lot size to find possibilities for minimal lot line homes.


about 3 weeks ago
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Tisha Matticks
about 3 weeks ago
Mr. Hickey,

Unless you are trying to get a Real Estate License yourself; Just avoid all the headaches and hire an Agent to assist you in your findings. As a Buyer or Tenant; you should NEVER pay someone to find you a property to purchase or lease. Because their are too many agents that work on COMMISSION. And COMMISSION is usually paid by the Sellers or Landlords.....I highly, highly recommend that you take advantage of this opportunity....NOT TOO MANY THINGS ARE FREE IN LIFE......If you were a relative of mine....this is exactly what I would suggest; hire a Professional Agent within the area you are seeking and put all the worries on the hired agent, but stay involved!

Tisha
Manta Ray Enterprises, Inc.
TishaM@MREInc.us
Ph: 281-578-8881


about 3 weeks ago
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Mark McNitt
about 2 days ago
Hello Patrick,

Zero lot line, where one part of the home is directly on the property bondry is a patio home. We can list homes under "patio" home catagories. Not sure if you can search for that on HAR.com, but we can. Of course an experienced Realtor that knows the areas your looking in will likely know if there are any in that area. There are plenty of patio home communities all over Houston. Newer, higher priced communities like in Royal Shores over in Kingwood, mid 80s-90s near the golf course in Cinco Ranch or lower priced starter type patio homes in the Cypress area. Some listing agents don't list their homes as "patio" homes so only an experienced Realtor will know where to look.

Let us know if you need some help.

Mark McNitt
832-567-4357
Bernstein Realty, Inc.
MarkKnowsHouston.com


about 2 days ago
Disclaimer: Answers provided are just opinions and should not be accepted as advice.
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