$ 440,000 / Single-Family,
5 Beds , 4 Baths,
3,236 Sq.Ft. , Year Built: 2017 ,
MLS# 57575013 (HAR) /For Sale
Broker: Turbo Realty of Texas
767 US Hwy 287 Crockett, TX, 75835
MLS# 53475715 (HAR)
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Broker: The Murland Group
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You have heard most folks say location, location, location.....but really everything starts with budget. Your first stop should be with a knowledgeable mortgage professional that will take a look at your credit, income, and debts to come up with a budget to help you uate how much money you would like to spend on your new home. Once you know how much money you have to work with, your real estate professional can assist you in finding the best property to suit your needs that fits in your wallet.
There are always risks. The trick is to mitigate as much of the risk as possible on the front end. Did you use a reputable company that provides a written and transferable warranty for the work that was completed? Did they fix the foundation problem? Did they cause additional problems with the plumbing when they repaired the foundation? There will always be risks, but if you ask questions on the front end and make sure to fully disclose and document, you should be able to reduce your risk.
Sharpstown holds the distinction for being the largest subdivision in Harris County. Created in the '50s to target returning Korean War vets to use their VA loans to buy homes. Frank Sharp created one of the 1st master-planned communities in the US.
Oak Forest is the second-largest subdivision in Harris County. Built-in the 50's targeting returning Korean War Vets to use their VA loan to buy homes, legendary developer Frank Sharp created one of the earliest master-planned communities in the US.
Rice Military is both unique & historical. A Combination of older one-story bungalows & newly constructed townhomes attracts youth & energy. A farm once owned by the Rice Family & adjacent to the former military base, Camp Logan - hence Rice-Military