My B.A is from Houston Baptist University, with majors in Math and History. I've taught both junior high and high school students math, and junior high students social studies.
A native Houstonian, I first became a Realtor in the early 1990s and worked for a traditional, dual agency real estate brokerage. Licensed again in 2012, I've worked primarily as an EBA since that time.
I enjoy working with first time home buyers and veterans; helping them through each step of the home-buying process. Regardless of whether you're buying your first home or your fourth, my goal is to help your transaction go smoothly.
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Do you mean that you want to list it “For Sale by Owner,” or are you looking for a Realtor to list it?\nIf you’re looking for a Realtor, and are not working with one, I would be glad to help you.
Hi Erica,\nIt seems like it might be the seller\'s employer or relocation company asking the seller for it. The only reason I can think they would ask for it is so they have an idea of the repairs that may need to be done for the home to sell. Congratulations on your new home.\nPam Bratcher,\nHelpUBuy America
Lauren, You may start looking several weeks in advance as the other agents suggested. The only problem I see with that is that homes that are for lease are usually on the market for a short time before they are leased. If you look at a home tomorrow (for example), that home might get leased next week, before you are ready for it. My suggestion is to make a list of the features you want in a home, but understand you may not be able to find a home that fits exactly what you are looking for. Focus on the features that are most important to you. Maybe 2 or 3 weeks ahead of time, in my opinion, would be a good time to start looking for a home to lease. That is just my opinion. Good luck, and you may contact me if I can be of assistance.\nPam Bratcher, HelpuBuy America\n713-906-5238
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