"The Difference? ... Is Dedication! Your success is my utmost priority!"
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!
Using HAR.com App you can scan this QR Code and instantly connect with me, Veronica Mullenix.
23226 Sumners Creek Katy, TX, 77494
MLS# 96493794 (HAR) / For Sale
Broker: Veronica Mullenix Real Estate Group
1215 Watermoon Richmond, TX, 77469
MLS# 89452824 (HAR) / For Sale
$ 2,500 / Rental - Single Family Detached,
6 Beds , 3 & 1/2 Baths,
3,863 Sq.Ft. , Year Built: 2003 ,
MLS# 70227671 (HAR) /For Rent
24518 Hamilton Mill Katy, TX, 77494
MLS# 78055515 (HAR)
Broker: Veronica Mullenix Real Estate
3915 Tarragon Bend Richmond, TX, 77406
MLS# 34241259 (HAR)
Broker: Perry Development Management
25422 Woodvine Ridge Richmond, TX, 77406
MLS# 41595536 (HAR)
26410 Clear Mill Katy, TX, 77494
MLS# 37863671 (HAR)
28803 Powder Ridge Katy, TX, 77494
MLS# 42503212 (HAR)
1511 Ainsdale Dr Houston, TX, 77077
MLS# 2242988 (HAR)
Broker: Showcase Properties of Texas
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.
The International MLS is Proxio. Join Proxio. https://www.proxio.com/
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
Four things to do to get started. One and two would be to register to take the CIPS courses and the At Home With Diversity course. These are often offered in Houston. But, to get a jump on expanding your network with other Realtors who also want to practice international real estate brokerage, consider registering for these courses being offered in other states or in other countries, and travel to explore these other places and take the courses at the same time. (^_^) Three, also, join FIABCI http://www.fiabci.org/ and begin to reach out to other members of this International Federation of Realtors. Get involved with our local FIABCI Network. And fourth, set up your profile on Proxio, https://www.proxio.com/ , and upload your listings to this site, start to reach out to make connections to other Realtors on Proxio. These are four good steps to take to enter into the world of international real estate. Hope this helps you. I wish you much success!! vm
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Good question. When you begin to meet with managers and brokers at various offices do ask if they have an education and training program for newly licensed agents and if the brokerage offers mentoring to newly licensed agents by pairing them up with a more experienced agent. You are right on target with wanting to associate with an office that values education and professionalism! Stick to your high standards despite temptations to lower them, and you will be very successful!
Begin your home search 6 to 8 weeks in advance of your lease ending; around June 23/24 is a good time to select a Realtor to help you; and to start looking online, and begin deciding which neighborhoods interests you.
You, or your Realtor, will need to establish showing dates and times with the tenants in advance. For my tenant occupied properties I ask the tenants what day of the week can the home be shown? They name a day of the week, for example Wednesdays. Then I establish what time block on Wednesday can it be shown? They say, for example, \"while we are at work from 9am-4pm.\" I get commitment from tenant that the home will be reasonably picked up, beds made, kitchen and baths tidy etc on the agreed upon showing day. For weekends it is same scenario, we decide together what block of time on sat/sun would be the showing time. Example: 1p-3p on sat and 12-2 on sun. On MLS the showing times are published for Realtors to know when they can show the property. Showing appointments are scheduled during the agreed upon blocks of time, and the tenant is notified of the scheduled showing appointments. You just need to work with the tenants to establish dedicated day and time for showings. The home cannot be shown outside of that agreed upon time block. Hope this helps.
The members of the Houston Association of Realtors post their listed properties on HAR.com. Individual property owners cannot post their own properties on the site. To have your property displayed on HAR.com you will need to engage the services of a Realtor. You will be able to work out a reasonable fee for your Realtor\'s services. Use the Find a Pro tool on this site to locate a Realtor who works in your neighborhood or zip code; or, I could recommend a Realtor to you if you provide the address of your property.
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