"Real Ready Relevant"
Looking for someone who will represent you when you are buying/selling one of the largest assets in your financial portfolio - your real estate investments? With over two plus decades of real estate industry experience representing both buyers and sellers, hear what Robyn Lyn, and a few of her past clients, have to say about her services below!
Welcome to your online search for your next move and Realtor! My name is Robyn Lyn and I am an alumna of the University of Houston. I have been a licensed Realtor since 1993 and a real estate Broker since 1996. I am also a licensed real estate instructor through the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). I currently serve Harris, Galveston, Brazoria, Fort Bend, Liberty and numerous other Texas counties.
Contact me at: 832.278.8997 or firstname.lastname@example.org
3822 Luca St Houston, TX, 77021
MLS# 375510 (HAR)
Broker: Exit Realty 360
7415 Rainforest Trail Ct Pasadena, TX, 77505
MLS# 17516824 (HAR)
Broker: Victory Properties, Inc.
12018 23rd St Santa Fe, TX, 77510
MLS# 57942434 (HAR)
Broker: RE/MAX 1st Choice
$0 - $10,000 / Rental,
2 Beds , 2 Baths,
976 Sq.Ft. , Year Built: 1983 ,
Broker: Champions Real Estate Group
Hi Janice,\n\nHere is a link to a .pdf with the HAR status definitions:\n\nhttp://web.har.com/mls/StatusDefinitions.pdf\n\nThe app shows \"Under Contract -\" as part of the listing status. When the app lists \"Under Contract -\" before the status definition, that means the home has a contract where a buyer who has made an offer and a seller has accepted the offer. The status details regarding the accepted offer are provided after the \"Under Contract -\" label. Sometimes sellers choose to continue showing their homes up until closing so you would see \"Under Contract - Pending continue to Show.\" Other times sellers stop showing their homes once they get an offer so you will see \"Under Contract - Pending.\" When you see \"Under Contract - Option Pending,\" that means that there is a current option on the home and the buyers are having their inspections done prior to either the contract moving forward to the Pending status, the closing is simply waiting on both buyer approval and property approval from the underwriter, or being terminated by the buyer if they choose not to proceed with buying the home within their negotiated option time frame. The option period protects the buyer from other buyers moving in and buying the home while they are having their inspections. A seller can accept a back up offer but the buyers associated with the \"Option Pending\" status are in first place until the option period is over and they decide what they are going to do.\n\nSince you are using the HAR.com App, you may want to use the HAR branded app. The HAR Branded App gives you premium content not on the unbranded app: \n\n1) Days on the Market - this shows you how long a property has been listed\n2) The PAR (Property Archive Report) - this shows you all of the status changes on a home\n3) The actual sold price of homes - not an estimate or range\n\nText me: \"Send me an Invite to your Branded App\" and I\'ll get you set up! 832.278.8997\n\nRobyn Lyn\nBroker | Owner\nRobyn Lyn Realty\email@example.com
Hi Mario,\n\nAs a potential purchaser or investor, I totally understand a buyer requesting information about the length of time a home has been listed on the market! This confidential information definitely brings knowledge to the table and may give a buyer an advantage when they make an offer and negotiate a contract with a seller. \n\nWhen communicating with a licensed real estate agent in the State of Texas, and you ask them to disclose information about a property, they will inform you of your options for representation according to the Information About Broker’s Services (IABS). Every Texas licensed real estate broker/sales agent is mandated to discuss representation and the IABS with you before having a substantive conversation about a property. Unless you have a signed buyer representative agreement with a broker, or you are working with a broker/broker’s sales agent who has created an agency relationship with you, all other licensed brokers/sales agents, according to the Texas Real Estate Commission, owe a fiduciary duty to the listing broker and the seller. This is the reason why “DOM” is not displayed on HAR’s public portal.\n\nAs a higher standard of practice, in addition to being a Texas licensed real estate broker/sales agent, REALTORS® follow and abide by the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics (COE). According to NAR’s COE Standard of Practice 1-9, we are under an obligation “to preserve confidential information.” If you are not represented by a buyer’s broker/agent, you are at a significant disadvantage during contract negotiations and throughout the buying and closing process. I highly encourage you to interview several agents, find the right “REALTOR® fit” for your needs and personality, and then ask them to represent you before previewing homes. When you are deciding on a REALTOR® always remember you are searching for a professional you can trust with one of the largest investments of your life. Take your time and choose wisely.
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