"Rice MBA and native Houstonian specializing in data analysis and housing trends"
10 years of experience in and around the real estate industry. Licensed early 2012. Alumnus: Trinity (BA), Northwestern (post-bacc), and Rice (MBA). Former analyst at a $32 billion real estate investment trust.
Data is key. When it comes to real estate you don't need a socialite with catchphrases. You need someone who actually understands the market.
Information About Brokerage Services.
1801 Dunlavy Houston, TX, 77006
MLS# 89725009 (HAR) / For Sale
Broker: World Wide Realty
6511 Point Clear Houston, TX, 77069
MLS# 35732497 (HAR) / For Sale
Broker: World Wide Realty,LLC
I\'m not a lawyer, but as I understand it, there is no officially promulgated form for this. I\'m pretty sure it needs to be in writing and give at a months\' notice. I would suggest being polite, and possibly giving them more time. I would also suggest having a formal tone. If the lease is month to month, and explaining the reasoning especially if it isn\'t due to any bad blood between tenant and landlord, e.g. redevelopment, etc.. Anyway, there is no agreement so there is no agreement to breach. But certain laws protecting tenants require you to do certain things, e.g. the months notice.\n\nThere are several templates online:\nhttps://eforms.com/rental/tx/texas-lease-termination-letter-form/\n\nAlso, here\'s some legal info from a tenant advocacy group:\nhttp://texastenant.org/lease.html\n
I do. Me. =)\nI am about to list 17 acre place out in Cat Spring.\nI was raised about 50 miles west of Houston and know that area extremely well. Brookshire, Sealy, New Ulm, Brenham, Hempstead, Columbus, etc.\nI went to Bellville High school (then Trinity, Northwestern, and most recently Rice for an MBA). \nSo if you want someone that knows that area west of Houston as the land starts to climb up towards the Oakville escarpment, becoming increasingly hilly, and in my opinion, pretty ; and someone who can do a next level financial and market analysis, then I can help.\nI\'m also pretty familiar with the Northwest/ North area-- Madisonville, Willis, etc.. Less so with the East (you\'d want someone else on that end).\n\nAre you looking to list a ranch/farm or to buy?