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430 Faust Houston, TX, 77024
MLS# 27787246 (HAR) / For Sale
Broker: Creekstone Real Estate
5308 La Branch Houston, TX, 77004
MLS# 43228242 (HAR) / For Sale
316 Carl Houston, TX, 77009
MLS# 35959848 (HAR) / For Sale
2602 Cross Tide Friendswood, TX, 77546
MLS# 8707469 (HAR)
161 Diamond Back Montgomery, TX, 77316
MLS# 10274897 (HAR)
8640 Grand Lake Estates Montgomery, TX, 77316
MLS# 78314505 (HAR)
Broker: Texan Realtors.com, LLC
6631 Sharpstone Creek Houston, TX, 77084
MLS# 26780375 (HAR)
11326 Flying Geese Tomball, TX, 77375
MLS# 32266283 (HAR)
Karen Sherrill gave a great answer, I\'m just throwing in my two additional cents.\n\nDepending on how far back the flooding incident was there may have been so much turnover in the complex that finding a resident that lived there during that timeframe may prove daunting, so check these places too. Locate the apartment or condo association\'s Facebook page and dig back to when the flooding would have occurred and read comments or look for photos. Check local review sites - sort by date and read reviews from around the same timeframe. Google the complex\'s name plus the word \"flooding\" to see if there were any news articles or videos posted online.
The answer is, it depends.\n\nDid the agent use their cell phone to take your listing pictures or hire a professional photographer? $150 and up for a pro.\nDid the agent put your property in CSS to manage scheduling of showings or are they going to try to field all the calls and schedule showings with you? $zero to $40 per listing depending on their CSS membership plan\nDid they put a Supra Lockbox or a combination lockbox? $50-$100 to buy the Supra lockbox (it\'s not single use, but it\'s money spent towards a listing)\nYard sign? $20 to $100 - same as the lockbox\nFlyers? Did they do the flyer design, have a pro do it, print it in the office or at home or a print shop - wide range - $20 to $200\n\nThere are brokerage fees for some brokers, plus the usual overhead (licenses, continuing education, E&O insurance, business cards, cell phone bills, gas to travel, clothes to look presentable, etc.) but the actual direct monetary cost to enter a listing isn\'t high, and no, MLS doesn\'t (yet) charge a per-listing fee.\n\nHere\'s a question - how much does your listing agent charge YOU for the listing?\n\nAl Bunch\nRealtorÂ®\nHouston (281) 606-0863\nToll Free (800) 723-0526\nFax (281) 742-9895\nCreekstone Real Estate - Full Service. Flat Fee.\n
If your sellers have a signed contract with a buyer and the sellers don\'t want to tell, I would advise them to very quickly find and retain a good attorney familiar with real estate lawsuits. It\'s difficult to force a buyer to buy but it\'s much easier to force a seller to sell.
Great affordable neighborhood in a quiet area close to tons of shopping and restaurants. You won't find a more conveniently placed neighborhood in this price range.
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