"The Pulse of Clear Lake Real Estate"
Chris Pulse has spent his entire adult life in the Houston / Clear Lake area. He graduated from Clear Lake High School, attended the University of Houston and UHCL where he graduated with a B.S. in Sociology. Prior to his real estate career, he worked in the aviation industry providing flight planning and weather briefings to corporate flight crews. After earning his real estate license, his next goal was to become a real estate broker. He achieved this within five years. Chris truly loves all things Houston and in his free time you'll likely find him at a local sporting event, concert, or at one of many amazing restaurants in the area.
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Hi Katharine,\n\nFill out TAR-1902 (Notice of Buyer\'s Termination of Contract) and have your buyers sign. Also fill out TAR-1904 (Release of Earnest Money) and have them sign that as well. Send those two signed forms to the listing agent and confirm that they have received it. Once both are executed, send them to the title company. The listing agent can make the property active again and your buyers can receive their earnest money from the title company. I hope this helps. \n\nChris Pulse\nRealty ONE Group - Lone Star\n832-567-7123\firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Mary Ann,\n\nThe PITI payment is the (P)rincipal, (I)nterest, (T)ax, and (I)nsurance. You can use some online tools to help give you a pretty good estimate, however without knowing the specifics of the condo, there are still a couple of missing pieces to the puzzle.\n\nFirst, you will want to get an estimate of today\'s interest rates. To do this, you can use a site like Bankrate. As of this reply, the rate is 3.57% on a 15-year fixed. Now you can go to a site like mortgagecalculator.org and plug in your numbers. Some of the missing pieces that I mentioned are value of the condo, loan amount (225K minus the down payment), tax rate, and insurance on the condo. If you know those and plug them in, you should have a reasonable estimate of what the payment will be.\n\nOf course, these sites are just for estimations. You definitely should speak with a mortgage professional so that you can get the most accurate information for that specific condo.\n\nI hope this helps. Happy New Year!\n
Ronald,\n\nIf you have a Realtor, they should be able to contact the listing agent and find out the status of the contract. They can inquire what the confidence level is that it will go through and also ask if they will accept a back-up offer. If they will, it wouldn\'t hurt to do it. You never know, it just might work out for you. If you don\'t have a Realtor that is representing you and you are interested in purchasing this house or a similar house soon, I recommend that you find one. I\'m not sure what area you are looking in but you are more than welcome to contact me directly at email@example.com or call/text 832-567-7123. I\'ll be happy to explain what representation means and represent you if you choose. If I\'m not familiar with the area I\'ll be able to find a good Realtor who is.
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