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Real Estate Agent - Alamo City Real Estate
Here you will find mainly rhetorical questions about the things that happen in Real Estate. Also, you will also find status on how I am becoming The Best Realtor in San Antonio
RECENT BLOG POSTS
In pretty much any home transaction, the home needs to be appraised before the lender will give out any money for the home.  An appraiser is hired to do this job and find the appraised value of the home. Home appraisal is not an exact science, it is an opinion of value determined objectively.  Ch...
Posted over 6 years ago
It started with me showing one of my listings this morning. I wasn't able to show it yesterday because the seller was being uncooperative. The buyer was patient enough and liked the house to come back this morning. We did. He liked the house, took some pictures, and I explained to him how it woul...
Posted over 6 years ago
We have databases for buyers. We have a datbases for sellers. We have our SOI. We have past clients. But don't we need a database of professionals as well.  To find some, it's just as easy as opening your phone book and starting with the letter A.AccountantsAppraisersAttorneysAuto SalesBankersCha...
Posted over 6 years ago
Pretty much anything that you do these days requires a credit check. Whether it is buying a new car, car insurance, furniture, credit cards and a home. Unless you have the blessings of everything in cash, chances are you have to face this number often.  Typical credit scores can range from 400 to...
Posted over 6 years ago
You've entered your empty nest years.  Your youngest child has just disappeared down the street headed for that out of town university.  You notice that the five bedroom house is just too much now. So, you begin to ponder the pros and cons about selling the house your family has grown up in.  You...
Posted over 6 years ago
                  Purchasing a home can be a complicated and confusing process, especially for first-time buyers.  Throughout the process, first-time home buyers will encounter a variety of unfamiliar real state terms. There are several key terms associates with purchasing real estate that are he...
Posted over 6 years ago
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In today's world, we have a barrage of information  being shot at us on a daily basis.  Sometimes we get overwhelmed on what to take in, what to pick up later, and what to let it pass.  A lot of questions come up in the Real Estate Market.  Is now a good time to sell? Is now a good time to buy? W...
Posted over 6 years ago
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A sure way to end up with sleepless nights and worry-filled days is to buy a home that is more expensive than you can really afford. Large mortgage payments, combined with utility bills, taxes and insurance can equal more debt than your income can support. The best way to avoid such a scenario is...
Posted over 6 years ago
Last week I got a phone call from a business that said they were looking for a Realtor to work with foreclosed homes. But my phone has been acting up and I didn't even know they called. I got the voice mail a couple days later. When I finally found out they called, I made a mental not to call bac...
Posted over 6 years ago
Moving day is typically a high-stress occasion. No matter how organized and prepared you are, there is always a chance for a few things to fall through the cracks. Here are seven things to remember on the day of the big move. 1. Keep all valuables in your possession. This includes important paper...
Posted over 6 years ago
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Here you will find mainly rhetorical questions about the things that happen in Real Estate. Also, you will also find status on how I am becoming The Best Realtor in San Antonio

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