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Terry Kraemer, Realtor®:
Terry Kraemer, a licensed Realtor® and member of the National Association of Realtors®, is a Houston area real estate expert. Since 2009, Terry Kraemer has proven to be a valuable asset to hundreds of Houston home buyers, sellers and investors of all walks of life. No matter if you're a first-time home buyer, seasoned property developer, or even a high-profile celebrity, Terry and his team are dedicated to providing every client with an experience as pleasant and profitable as possible.
A native of Louisiana, Terry graduated from Louisiana State University with a BA in Education before moving to Texas to begin his 9-year teaching career. Terry has lived in Houston, TX since 1994. During his years as a Houston area educator, Terry went on to achieve his Masters degree in Counseling from Texas Southern University. Terry served as a High School counselor for 5 years before pursuing real estate. Terry shares his skills in teaching and counseling everyday by offering clients a wealth of knowledge and expert guidance throughout the home buying and/or selling process.
In addition to the aforementioned accolades, Terry is also a member of both the Texas Association of Realtors® and the Houston Association of Realtors®. Moreover, he is an e-PRO certified agent possessing superior knowledge in internet marketing and search engine optimization skills. Terry is among an elite group of trained seller client advocates uniquely qualified as being a Sellers Representation Specialist (SRS).
Terry and his team of highly trained and experienced professionals dedicate themselves to providing excellent service for all of our clients. "Our goal is for our clients to walk away so happy, that they gladly recommend us to their friends and family. We know that the only way that is achieved is by making every client we work with satisfied with the service we provide," says Terry. Buying or selling a home is a life changing experience. So it is im
Terry and his team of highly trained and experienced professionals dedicate themselves to providing excellent service for all of our clients. Our goal is for our clients to walk away so happy, that they gladly recommend us to their friends and family. We know that the only way that is achieved is by making every client we work with satisfied with the service we provide. Buying or selling a home is a life changing experience. So it is important to make sure you have the right agent to guide you in the right direction.
Not many agents around can offer clients what Terry Kramer's experience, education, and expert skills do. His success as a Realtor® can be back by his past clients' testimonials. If you would like to make a winning move, Terry would be happy to help. His goal in helping people with their real estate needs has always been providing quality service foremost though Integrity, professionalism, and honesty. When he isn't busy helping clients, Terry has a passion for writing music and singing.
Terry speicializes in the inner loop and surrounding areas of Houston including Downtown, Midtown, West University, Montrose, Rice Military, The Heights, Garden Oaks, River Oaks, Memorial, Braeswood, Afton Oaks, Medical Center, Rivercrest, Spring Branch, Tanglewood, Briargrove, Briarmeadow, Parkway Villages, Energy Corridor, Meyerland, UppeKirby, and Bellaire. Call Terry Today to help you with your needs. Still not sure? See what his past clients have to say, check out his Testimonials.
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6201 Beverlyhill Houston, TX, 77057
MLS# 24276447 (HAR) / For Sale
Broker: Exceed Realty
18035 Bambrook Houston, TX, 77090
MLS# 29688481 (HAR) / For Sale
$ 1,195 / Rental - Townhouse Condominium,
1 Beds , 1 Baths,
630 Sq.Ft. , Year Built: 1983 ,
MLS# 57062854 (HAR) /For Rent
2122 Rosefield Houston, TX, 77080
MLS# 75271662 (HAR)
806 Soboda Houston, TX, 77079
MLS# 17249658 (HAR)
5010 43rd Houston, TX, 77092
MLS# 95986446 (HAR)
Broker: BHGRE Gary Greene
$0 - $10,000 / Rental - Multi-Family Detached,
2 Beds , 2 Baths,
1,100 Sq.Ft. , Year Built: 1940 ,
Possibly. Depending on the updates, what other homes in your area have and don’t have. Say for instance you had Formica countertops and all the others in the neighborhood have granite and you just upgraded to granite, then it would bring the value of your home up closer to market value. However, if recently sold homes in the Neighboorhood don’t have granite, it may not affect the value too much. Now your home is ‘worth’ more than someone is ‘willing to pay’ for it in that neighborhood. Why? Because there are no comps to back up the higher price. The value of a home is based on the other homes similar in size and age (other variables) of your home that have sold in neighborhood typically in the last 6 months. A realtor can help you with determining what things you could do to help you raise the value. Sometimes it may be nothing; Sometimes a few things might help. Your realtor should create a realtor packet for the appraiser that list all the things that were done to the property, that way they can consider those things when appraising the home.
When the seller has a listing agent to market and list the property, the agent and seller negotiate a price that the seller will get paid for the services. When the seller list the property, they state on the MLS how much they are going to offer the buyers agent for bringing a willing and able buyer to purchase the property. At closing the seller\'s agent/broker pays the buyer\'s agent that amount. The seller doesn\'t pay the buyer\'s agent. It this is a For Sale By Owner, you must make this agreement directly with the seller. Make sure that the seller agrees to pay you otherwise you will have to negotiate this with your buyer. If you signed a buyer\'s representation agreement, there is a place that allows for this scenario. Unless this is in writing, you have no recourse.
I believe people will begin to take a closer look at a homes flood record. More people will shy away from homes that have flooded at all. They will move to areas that Harvey didn\'t flood. Others may buy if the home only flooded during Harvey. This will affect the number of rental properties on the market also. Many homeowners of flooded homes will decide to rent out their home and buy on higher land. Over time though, provided we don\'t get repeats of Harvey, this will slowly fade off of the minds of the general public. A ton of investors are buying these flooded homes. They will rent them out for 5-20 years and sell them at a much higher price when the time is right.
The seller has something that you want. You have to find out if it is worth getting at the price the seller is asking. How badly do you want the home is sometimes a good question to ask yourself, however, you also don\'t want to pay more than the home is worth either. Have your Realtor run the comps. is the asking price in line with the comparables on the market? Has the seller already come down on the price? Some homes on the market are actually priced correctly. Just because a home is listed for the said price doesn\'t always mean that the seller is will \'really\' sell it for less. Sometimes the list price is the seller\'s bottom line. Have your Realtor find out what would make the seller move. Usually, it is, but sometimes it is not always the price. Maybe the seller would be happy if there were less option period days, or more earnest money put down. Find out what makes the seller tick. This is where having a skilled real estate agent who does this every day, can make a difference whether you get this home or not. Ask yourself one question, on all levels, is the asking price worth the home? if the answer is yes, then give the seller what he/she wants. Good Luck!
I agree, learning something new once you have become so accustomed to doing it one way is never easy. I thought exactly the same thing when I started learning it. Personally, I still kind of think fusion was more user-friendly than some features of Matrix, however, the more I work in it, the more it is starting to grow on me. It\'s definitely a lot faster to log into than Fusion. to answer your question though, you actually can have more that one screen at once. just right hold your cursor over the search tab at the top and right click on the desired search and click open a new tab. this will allow you to stay logged into the current session and have more than one search going on at the same time. DO NOT click on another search without doing this because otherwise you will lose the current search you were doing. Good Luck, Hope this helps!
Once you log into member services, go to Matrix. at the top, you will see home, my matrix, Transactions, Add/Edit (Input)...Click Add/Edit (input) . Click Add new inside the input box. It will take you to a screen that lists the property types. Follow the prompts from there on. The items marked in Yellow will be mandatory entries, and if you miss something it will tell you by indicating a red X. It is pretty self-explanatory from there. Good Luck with your New Listing!
Hey man, If you need to borrow some, give me a call, and I will let you borrow some for this weekend. I know how it goes when you are first starting off. Good Luck on the open house! :-)
The option period is dictated by the contract or an amendment to the contract. Unless both parties have agreed to changing the date or ending it early, this cannot happen. There must be an executed amendment to do that. \nDay one of the option period begins the day after both parties have signed the contract and last until the number of days stated on the contract. \"If a buyer wishes to terminate the contract during the Option Period, he/she must notify the seller by 5 p.m. local time (where the property is located) on the day that the Option Period ends.\"
Unfortunately, you learned some very hard and potentially costly lessons here. I am sorry you had to go through this. You do have options. Calling his broker was a very good move. You can ask them to release you from the sellers agreement. If one wasn\'t signed that is a violation. You can also contact TREC Texas Real Estate Commission at www.trec.texas.gov Their number is 512-936-3000. \nHopefully you issues get resolved quickly.
I will assume we are just referring to public open houses as opposed to broker open houses. Because broker open houses are best held during the work week and you usually want to try to get other agents involved with you to do them. \n\nI have found that public Open Houses are best on Sundays after noon. However, a lot of variables come in to play. You might want to check to see if there isn\'t a major event that may affect your turn out; like major sports games and certain holidays. I think the most important thing you can do is to make sure you list the open house on the MLS. It is best to do that as soon as you know you are going to do the open house. You can even schedule them for weeks in advance. Look in the area and see when other agents are also doing an open house. It will help get more people into your open house.
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