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Mission Statement: Rhonda Ferris believes in providing high-quality services for every Real Estate client. Her motto, "I know who I work for. I work for You!" is the cornerstone of every interaction with her clients. Rhonda proudly offers her Real Estate services to the greater Houston area.
Information about your agent: Spending 14 years as a Real Estate agent and over 20 years as an investor, Rhonda Ferris has a solid background and vasts knowledge of the Real Estate market. Offering her clients a cohesive marketing strategies, strong negotiation skills and one on one attention throughout every part of the Real Estate transaction you can rest assured she will be their for her clients every step of the way. Rhonda is a passionate Realtor who continues to study daily to keep up with technology and market trends. She is always striving to bring her clients the best that the industry has to offer.
Although Rhonda finds the Real Estate industry truly enjoyable, when she is not working she is enjoying the outdoors. Living in the Houston area with her husband of over 20 years, the weather allows for many months of boating and camping. If forced inside, you can find her crocheting or watching youtube videos trying to learn to knit.
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1722 Rustic Park Houston, TX, 77339
MLS# 16331632 (HAR)
Broker: Red Door Realty & Associates
21370 Somerset Shores Kingwood, TX, 77339
MLS# 10321814 (HAR)
Broker: RE/MAX Universal
111 Shore Montgomery, TX, 77356
MLS# 74940706 (HAR)
Broker: Redfin Corporation
2744 Woodspring Acres Houston, TX, 77345
MLS# 74919751 (HAR)
Broker: BHGRE Gary Greene
3810 Babbling Creek Houston, TX, 77345
MLS# 15667336 (HAR)
Broker: RE/MAX Associates Northeast
25606 Marmite Tomball, TX, 77375
MLS# 97322262 (HAR)
Broker: Keller Williams Realty
The USDA loan program is not property specific per se. It is available to be used on homes that lie within the geographical boundaries, as well as areas with populations less than 20,000; therefore the City of Houston would not qualify. This loan type has a maximum income limit based on the number of people that will occupy the home. It also has ratio requirements as many loans do. Your best bet is to contact a lender and find out if you meet the income limits and if the area you are interested in meets the geographical requirements. You can call or email me and I would be happy to provide you with a list of lenders to choose from. I also work the Northeast part of town including areas like Porter and Splendor, which would quality. \n\nRhonda Ferris\n713-819-7372\firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Alan,\n\nI understand you concern about purchasing home that may have flooded. It almost seems that no area in Houston wasn\'t effected by Harvey. Deciding to purchase a home that once previously flooded is totally a personal decision. It is impossible to determine if a property will flood again, just the same as it is impossible to determine if a property that has never flooded will flood in the future. I feel that it is everyone\'s best interest to contact their insurance agent and probably should get flood insurance.\n\nYes, a seller must disclose if a property they selling has flooded in the past. Form TAR 1406, \"Seller\'s Disclosure Notice\", Section 3 asks, \"Previous flooding into the structure;\" and \"Previous flooding onto the property\". This is something that the seller must complete. If they don\'t answer those two questions I would inquire as to why they didn\'t. Could they lie, of course but I am not going to go into that understandably. There are a some seller\'s that are excluded from providing a Seller\'s Disclosure Notice such as foreclosed properties. In this case I would ask the neighbors. If they are not nice and don\'t want to answer your question then you probably don\'t want to live there anyway.\n\nPlease let me know if I can answer any additional questions. If you are looking for a Realtor that will help you purchase a property I would love to hear from you.\n\nRhonda Ferris\nSales Associate\nRE/MAX Associates Northeast\n713-819-7372
There are many loan programs out there for first time home buyers as well as other types of loan that are available to all. You will want to contact a couple of lenders to find out what they have to offer you. There are many factors that go into purchasing a home but the FHA program is probably the most used finance type. Also, depending on the area you are wanting buy in, the USDA is an excellent program as well. They all have different requirements and guidelines so getting with a good lender is your best direction.\n\nRhonda Ferris\nSales Associate\nRE/MAX Associates Northeast\n713-819-7372
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