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Higher education and knowledge are an important part of Veronica's real estate practice. Veronica continuously strives to further her education. In addition to earning her Texas Broker's License, she has earned eleven nationally-recognized real estate brokerage designations and certifications.Veronica also holds the distinction of being among the first Realtors® in Houston to earn the e-PRO Internet Professional Certification, and the Quality Service Certification. Clients find working with Veronica refreshing. Her electronic business skills and bright creative style saves time for everyone. She has developed her marketing and services to ensure that her clients receive the most memorable transaction experience possible; more than just satisfactory, MEMORABLE!
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20103 Amberlight Katy, TX, 77450
MLS# 57663728 (HAR)
Broker: Veronica Mullenix Real Estate
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MLS# 56849816 (HAR)
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MLS# 41952380 (HAR)
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MLS# 2242988 (HAR)
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I have not had any appraisal issues this year. For new construction the appraisers have been successful in obtaining comps from the builders of their past sales, and using in addition to the MLS sales, Realist or other tax data for including off market sales into their reports. I haven\'t seen any issues and I do quite a bit of new build sales in Greater West Houston, mostly in KatyISD.
The landlord has the option of not renewing a lease at the end of its term. Also, there are occupancy rules in TX , and a landlord can set his/her own occupancy rule for his/her property. 8 years suggests that this is a good tenant. Hopefully the landlord and tenant have developed a good relationship over the years, and can discuss the concerns about occupancy limits. It might be time to part ways at the end of the current lease term. The landlord and tenant need to discuss this, and decide on whether or not to renew the lease. Here are a couple of articles about occupancy and landlord-tenant rules. Hope this helps you.\nhttp://texastenant.org/house_rules.html\nhttps://legalbeagle.com/8618740-apartment-occupancy-laws-texas.html
Congratulations on earning your real estate license! You are correct in wanting to associate with a brokerage that has a mentoring program of some sort. Before visiting with brokerages be clear about your business plan, and your career goals. Being an entrepreneur means having a plan for running your business, create a budget. How will you promote yourself? Create a marketing and advertising plan. Your broker is not going to create your business plans for you. You must do that. There are many classes at HAR and designation and certification courses offered by NAR that will help you with running and growing your business. You can search online for articles on how to start a small business, and how to start a real estate career. here is one to get you started. https://www.thebalancesmb.com/choosing-a-real-estate-broker-2866543 \n\nI wish you much success!
Good question. A home that is priced in alignment with the recently sold like-kind homes closest to you, and that is staged or in show ready condition, and that has a marketing plan in place for promoting and syndicating the listing, should sell within the days on market trends for the neighborhood/area. The market analysis done by your Realtor before the home was listed should have had the days on market (DOM) in the report. The average days on market trend for your neighborhood is a starting place for the length of time you can expect your home to sell within. If you want to sell faster than the average for your neighborhood, then you\'ll need to consider improvements to your home and possibly adjusting the price or a combination, together with an appropriate advertising plan/strategy for your property. Incentives are usually not needed when property condition, price, and advertising are right.
I am so sorry to hear that you are having difficulty. If you used a Buyer\'s Agent to represent you he/she should be able to help you negotiate with the seller to reach an agreement about this issue. It could end up that the transaction terminates. But, that will depend mainly upon the terms in the contract and the extent of the conditions you describe regarding the property. If you are financing the purchase you need to tell your lender about the condition of the home. Most lenders will send an appraiser to examine the home and make an appraisal. If a problem is discovered it will effect the appraisal results. The property must meet the lender\'s conditions in order to finance the home. If the problems you describe are significant defects in the property then you might already be in the position to terminate and receive your earnest money back. It will all depend upon what terms are written in your contract and the timelines, and the lender\'s requirements for the property condition and appraisal. If you used a Realtor for the purchase, please consult with that person. if not, consult with an attorney.
Great questions! Yes! A REALTOR will definitely be your advocate when relocating whether you are looking to lease or looking to buy. Choose a REALTOR who has a strong knowledge of how to leverage technology (DocuSign, video apps, FaceTime, and other digital media) for your benefit. It is challenging to be far away, but with a skilled REALTOR paired up with today\'s technology it is possible to narrow the choices you have for housing to the very best options for you and your family. Also look for a REALTOR who is well versed in negotiating the lease for you, and who has leasing experience. I hope this helps you. Welcome to Houston! You will love it here! I wish you much success on your upcoming move. vm
When leasing (or buying) a home it is always the prudent thing to tour the property before submitting an application. There could be details about the property that are not captured by the photos or the remarks that could influence your decision to live there. For example, I had a client who saw a home online and immediately wanted to make an offer site-unseen. It was a home that had everything they were asking for. I insisted we stop and see it first. Glad we did. There was an abandoned home all boarded up and yard overgrown, an atrocious eyesore, just three doors down! And, the connecting street leading up to this \"perfect\" home was rough - full of pot holes and grossly uneven. Buyers said \"I cannot tolerate driving through a landmine daily just to get to and from my home; and I don\'t want to walk my dog or have my kids riding bikes past this abandoned home..\" The listing was a perfect home for them online; but, its surroundings were far less than perfect! Go see the home you are considering in person first.
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I\'ve been told, that more important than a closet, is that a bedroom must have two ways out in case of a fire: the door to the room and a window. If a room has a door that shuts it off from the rest of the house and a window then it could be used as a bedroom. A bedroom must also conform to the safety codes to be a bedroom. It must have a smoke alarm, be equipped with an ACFI, be of the minimum sqft for an occupant, have the proper ceiling height and adequate ventilation. A legitimate bedroom meets all safety codes.. If it is missing a closet, then it is a bonus room that can be used as a bedroom. If it is missing a door or an operable window ( window large enough for the occupants to escape or for a firefighter in full gear to enter), or if it is missing a smoke alarm and does not have adequate ventilation, etc. then it cannot be used as a bedroom. It\'s just bonus space. If a space was not originally built to be a bedroom, be careful calling it a bedroom. Here\'s a link to more information about safety codes and considerations, and appraisal concerns when identifying a space as a bedroom. Hope this info helps(but it is not TX specific), https://www.nachi.org/non-conforming-bedrooms.htm Video about window compliance, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAJuI4mxtFQ
On your HAR dashboard under the MLS tab is the new REMINE tool. It is awesome! You can also set up an account with Quantum Digital Cards and create farming areas. https://quantumdigital.com/#!/home
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