gregg county real estate: Protesting the Appraisal District... Don't just sit there and take it!
- 11/28/12 06:29 AM
Here are a few things to keep in mind if you decide to protest your appraisal. Meet the deadline According to the Texas comptroller, you have to file a written protest (for single-family residences) “ by April 30 or no later than 30 days after the appraisal district mailed a notice of appraised value to you, whichever date is later; however, an owner may file a notice before June 1 if the ARB has not approved the appraisal records. Note that it is 30 days after mailing the notice, not its receipt.” Depending on when your district mailed notices or (1 comments)
gregg county real estate: Where do I start... I want to buy a home but I don't know how.
- 06/10/12 12:53 PM
This question is more common then you think... no you're not the only one that has the desire but doesn't have direction. Just this month I found clients that had relocated to my area to start their careers after college, and found themselves in an apartment because that's what they knew how to do. They were under the impression that you had to save for several years before they would ever be able to purchase a home and they would never have a shot at getting into anything anytime soon. Luckily he responded to one of my drip campaigns that lead him to (0 comments)
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