"Keeping Real Estate...REAL!"
"Walking the line between Gen X & Y, Randall Martin knows how to be 'social' in today's world! As the Team Leader for The Martin Group, he is passionate about service and technology. His energy and motivation help him keep up with the current trends and gadgets. Randall knows how to combine video, digital photography, social media, knowledge, and personal touch together to streamline the real estate process."
"Randall has served as the 2016 Chair of Technology for the Houston Association of Realtors, was the 2013 chair of HAR YPN - the Association's ONLY young professionals network, and has served on the Board of Directors for the Texas and National Association of Realtors. He was also a 2010 winner of HAR YPN's Top 20 Under 40 Rising Stars in Real Estate award - which is only given to 20 Houston-area Realtors each year!"
I value the importance of allowing people to feel good about the person with whom they choose to work. As a strong listener, most people feel comfortable around me quickly. I treat my clients like family and I'll work hard to make your transaction happen as smoothly as possible!
Spend five minutes with me and you’ll see that I’m a straight-shooter that has a personality! I look forward to meeting YOU!
Served on the Board of Directors for the National & Texas Association of Realtors
2016 Chair of the Technology Advisory Group for the Houston Association of Realtors
2013 Chair of the NextGen Realtor Group (NRG) - HAR's official Young Professionals Network
2010 Award Winner of HAR YPN's "Top 20 Under 40 Rising Stars in Real Estate" (Top 20 agents under age 40 in the Houston Association of Realtors)
Winner of Intero's prestigious President's Circle designation for team production in 2016 & 2015.
Intero Houston Top Producer Award 2015 - #1 in Houston for closed units
MARKET AREAS OF EXPERTISE: Pearland, Inner-Loop, Houston, Pasadena, League City, Dickinson, Friendswood, Manvel, Alvin, Deer Park, La Porte, Clear Lake and surrounding areas
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9 years of customer service experience, prior to real estate, as a restaurant manager for Gringo's Mexican Kitchen
Tech-Savvy, Organized, and Motivated
I'm positive and NEVER shy!
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There is not a set answer to this. For example, putting on a new roof is like changing tires on a car - considered normal maintenance. However, upgrading flooring, counters, HVAC, etc, can add value. It also depends on your neighbors. Yep, your neighbors probably have the most influence on your value. If you want to know why, I\'m happy to explain.
Hey there! Are you asking about moving a home to the \"Not Interested\" choice within a set search? If so, it\'s as simple as clicking the \"thumbs down\" icon in the top right of the listing on HAR.com.
If it\'s listed in MLS, I don\'t believe there can be conditions that change the compensation. We are not allowed to do that with agent compensation. However, with such a specific question, you might consider reaching out to the MLS department within HAR.
There are no right or wrong answers here. My suggestion is to pick someone who is responsive. All of the other things can be learned. However, if the broker is hard to reach, or unresponsive, you\'ll be in a world of hurt. I\'m on my third brokerage in just 11 years, but I\'m pretty sure I got it right this time. If you need to know more, you can text me at 281.924.3990.
Frank, I see you are a Realtor asking, so here is the official rule in the MLS Rules & Regulations: 1.4 Change of Price/Status of Listing: Any change in listed price or other change in a listing contract shall be made only when authorized in writing by the seller or lessor and shall be broker-loaded or filed with Multiple within three (3) days after notice is received by the listing participant; provided, however, the listed price may only be changed while the listing is in Active status. Each change in price must be authorized in writing by the seller and specify the date of the change and the new list price. Once an offer has been accepted the listed price should not be changed unless the contract has been terminated and the listing status is changed back to Active.
It does not, unless it has been converted to living/air-conditioned space and it has been updated in the records or noted on the listing.
Best advice I've heard regarding moving in a long time - Always schedule your move early (first if possible). By the end of the day, the movers are tired and sore from lifting all day!!
Great question! Every homeowner will have their own showing preferences. It will vary from listing to listing. Some will want prior notice, and some are able to be shown at the drop of a hat...or call to the showing service. Let us know how to help you more specifically!
Robert, I'll break it down easy for you...call HAR at 713-629-1900 and ask for Member Services. They will hook you up!
Always better to be safe than sorry! Yes, do contact your HOA for their policy. If you need help locating your HOA info, I'm happy to help!
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