"Everyone's needs are unique and that is why I tailor a process that will maximize your two most important resources - time and money!"
Heena Chow is a Realtor with United Real Estate, Houston, TX. She is a former architect and a city planner. She has also worked as a graphic designer in the past. Her background in architecture gives her the ability to look at a house through an architect's lens and the city planning background helps her to find information about a particular area or region. Thanks to her architectural background, Heena has an in-depth knowledge about building construction materials and finishes, and the ability to study the layout of a house and give appropriate feedback.
Heena is married to a Taiwanese American. Both Heena and her husband like to interact people from different cultures and walks of life. They try cooking food from different cuisines in their free time. Heena can speak English, Hindi and Marathi fluently. If you are here looking for your future home, please connect with Heena! She'd be glad to help you answer some of the basic questions of the house buying process.
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10112 Chestnut Creek Way Pearland, TX, 77584
MLS# 61362114 (HAR)
Broker: United Real Estate
8611 Cedar Brook Point Houston, TX, 77080
MLS# 80820357 (HAR)
Broker: RE/MAX Exclusive
2807 Feather Green Fresno, TX, 77545
MLS# 51736013 (HAR)
Broker: George E. Johnson Properties
$0 - $10,000 / Rental - Townhouse Condominium,
2 Beds , 2 & 1/2 Baths,
1,152 Sq.Ft. , Year Built: 1990 ,
Broker: WestwoodCPM Real Estate
Hi Syed,\n\nFirst, congratulations on working to get your real estate licence!\n\nSecond, being a real estate agent is like having your own business. So no matter where you join you still have to have a plan/strategy of how you want to run your business. Yes, there are guidelines we all have to follow as licensed agents but how far you want to go in this field is based on your drive and instinct.\nSo I would suggest to choose a broker that will match your strategy your drive. Some like to get trained and learn mostly through training. Some like to jump start and follow their own lead. Some are natural entrepreneurs. Some are conservative, some are risk takers. What kind are you?\n\nAlso, how much are you willing and able to spend on a monthly basis before you can start making money? What is your budget? How much are your savings? Do you have a secondary income that can keep you afloat while you get your feet wet in real estate? Getting into debt is not a good idea. Spend wisely.\n\nI would suggest meet as many brokerages as possible and see what fits your personality, drive (to learn and do better each day) and affordability. \n\nPersonally, I didn\'t want to spend more than what I could afford. So I joined a brokerage that is within my budget, gives me ample training, is hands on with technology and supports and encourages my drive to do better!\n\nWish you all the best!!\nHeena Chow\nUnited Real Estate\firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi Leonardo,\n\nI understand that you are looking for a competent real estate professional for winning a good deal on a new house. You want that professional to fight for you to get the best deal on everything possible from negotiating upgrades on the new house to getting best interest rates on your mortgage. Excellent plan so far. Except, you do not want to see that professional get fully paid for all the work they will put in for you. That I think is not a good plan. \nIf you are looking at the commission % tag and thinking you could have a piece of it, let me help you understand that there are many other expenses that realtors have to take care of on a monthly basis. Whether we make a sale or not, these are constant expenses. Plus not all the commission goes into a realtor\'s pocket. The sales commission is split between his/her broker as well. I am not complaining here. I don\'t want to. I understand your perspective because I once thought the same way until I became a realtor myself. Getting paid for the work you do is fair, anything less than that is not. I hope you agree and understand.
Hi Franky,\n\nI think you have answered your own question partly. Other than that, location is significantly important or rather the most important factor. It will drive the demand for rentals based on where your future real estate is located. Are you considering to rent it out to a family or will it be a house-mates situation. If it is a family, school districts become important. If renting out to individuals, you need to consider commute time to nearby work places etc and factor those in your decision.\n\nI would suggest, choose the type of housing strategically based on what is best for you. You will always find tenants that will match your housing type if you advertise and promote it on the right platforms like HAR.com\n\nI hope this is helpful. I am willing to talk more and help you figure out what type of real estate investment will be best for you. \nI have also added a link from Realtor.com below for you to gain additional insight on this topic.\n\nThank you!\nHeena Chow\nUnited Real Estate\email@example.com\n
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