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Linda is a member of the the Houston Association of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors
Linda has been licensed since 1989
Linda has earned the designations... CRS-Certified Residential Specialist GRI-Graduate of Realtor Institute ALHS-Accredited Luxury Home Specialist First Time Homebuyers Specialist SRS
Linda has sold homes in the states of Nevada and Illinois
Linda LISTENS to her CLIENTS and gives 110% SERVICE!
Linda is tenacious, honest, trustworthy and Loyal
Linda's past clients can attest to her service and professional ethics
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00 Paradise Point Willis, TX, 77318
MLS# 27897647 (HAR) / For Sale
Broker: Realty Associates
16822 Dampier Humble, TX, 77346
MLS# 17116538 (HAR) / For Sale
15715 Northwood Porter, TX, 77365
MLS# 2565080 (HAR) / For Sale
26424 Ipes Splendora, TX, 77372
MLS# 70827299 (HAR)
Broker: RE/MAX Universal
2235 Clearbrook Missouri City, TX, 77489
MLS# 21480664 (HAR)
Broker: Expert Way Realty
1810 Clover Spring Houston, TX, 77339
MLS# 33600584 (HAR)
Broker: RE/MAX Associates Northeast
My Goodness, YES Most Definitely! I remember when I was new so many years ago. There are so many details in this business that it is hard to learn and remember in one day or one sitting. I would suggest new agents have a mentor and shadow that mentor around to showings, listing, anywhere the mentor goes that is business related. Learn from one who knows, I am sure an experienced agent would be glad to share what they have learned and NEVER STOP LEARNING.
Only if the buyer cannot obtain financing within the time frame stated on the Third Party Financing Addendum, with notice to the seller. \nIf a buyer just decides to walk away after their 10 day option period, no, I do not believe they should get their earnest money back. The seller should receive the earnest money.\nI also believe there should be some kind of compensation for the REALTOR. The agent has spent time with the buyer, shown houses, negotiated a contract, made contact with each person for the process of the contract. The agent has spent much time, money and representation with the buyer and has fulfilled their duties. Agents should be compensated for the time they have spent with the buyer. An agent has more than earned their income\n
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