Reasons You Need a Real Estate Agent Real Estate Agents Are Not Just “Door Openers”: Reasons You Need a Real Estate Agent I am definitely a fan of DIY. Fortunately, we live in the day and age where you can find a how-to or… read more →
Palestine TX Real Estate Market Trends Report – April 2015 Interested to know how the Real Estate Market is in Palestine, Texas? Check out these highlights from the last 30 days – Market Trends Report for April 2015. So without further fanfare, let’s see some… read more →
Lisa Priest now holds the Texas Residential Leasing Specialist (TRLS) designation from the Texas Association of REALTORS®! Landlords and tenants want the services of a real estate professional who understands their needs and can guide them through the process of leasing or renting out their… read more →
When you request to view a home, the agent may request a Buyer’s Rep Agreement before showing you the house. You’d probably like to know why! The good news is, it’s for everyone’s benefit. The form is the Residential Buyer/Tenant Representation Agreement. It is a… read more →
Let me preface this by saying, I am a pet lover. I have a dog and a cat. However, my dog likes to stick his nose up people’s behinds and my cat is prone to biting men unprovoked and running out any open exterior door like a psycho flash of lightning. My pets are great, but they have some eccentricities and not everyone loves them like I do, so I am sure to put them up when I have visitors. I always stress to my sellers the importance of “pet maintenance” during the time their home is offered for sale. Pets are not everyone’s cup of tea, some folks have pet hair allergies or are just not into them at all. That is their prerogative. However, what you do want them to be into is your home becoming theirs! So, make it easier for yourself (long-term, anyway) and do some preventative “pet maintenance” before each showing so you can sell your home quickly and for top dollar!
3 types of Low Ball Offers (and how to respond to them) 3 types of Low Ball Offers (and how to respond to them) So you got a “Low Ball” Offer on your house for sale…Unfortunately, “low ball offers” on homes are more common than… read more →
What do you think is the #1 thing that is prohibiting your home from selling? The answer may or may not surprise you….more than likely, it is the price of your home. There is no marketing budget on earth that can effectively market an overpriced… read more →
Water is an increasingly valuable commodity in Texas and is gaining prominence in real estate transactions. The ownership and use of water depends on location. Most surface water is owned by the state, while most underground water is privately owned and can be conveyed or reserved.