May 23, 2019

Map of Katy Texas Subdivisions

Subdivisions In Map Firethorne Real Estate - Subdivision is located… [more]

Map of Katy Texas Subdivisions Map of Katy Texas Subdivisions

Get the Most from Your Real Estate Inspection

Once you have found the perfect home to suit your lifestyle and budget,… [more]

Get the Most from Your Real Estate Inspection Get the Most from Your Real Estate Inspection

Dispelling Common Home Buying Myths

Owning Your Own Home May Be More Realistic Than You Think Knowledge… [more]

Dispelling Common Home Buying Myths Dispelling Common Home Buying Myths

When Checking Out A House, Leave Your Emotions At Home

Homebuyers often follow their hearts, and they should. Sometimes just… [more]

When Checking Out A House, Leave Your Emotions At Home When Checking Out A House, Leave Your Emotions At Home

Questions Buyers Should Ask A Mortgage Lenders

There is a lot more to the mortgage process than getting a good rate.… [more]

Questions Buyers Should Ask A Mortgage Lenders Questions Buyers Should Ask A Mortgage Lenders

Map of Katy Texas Subdivisions

Subdivisions In Map Firethorne Real Estate - Subdivision is located just off Interstate 10 on 1463 in West Katy near Katy High School. Prices range from the mid $100's to the mid $500's. Click to view the Firethorne Homes Page Cinco Ranch Real Estate - Located over several thousand acres of Katy Tx. Primarily located around the Mason Road and Fry Road area out West to Spring Green Blvd (aka FM 723) and then bordered on the South by Westpark Tollroad. Click to view the Cinco Ranch Homes … [Read More...]

Get the Most from Your Real Estate Inspection

Once you have found the perfect home to suit your lifestyle and budget, the next step will be to make an offer to the buyer. Before you finalize that offer, however, you need to make sure the house you are thinking about buying is the sound investment that you believe it to be. Whether interested in Maryland luxury homes or Katy real estate, no matter how beautiful the home may appear from the outside, there could be some significant problems lurking beneath the paint, wood and siding. While … [Read More...]

Dispelling Common Home Buying Myths

Owning Your Own Home May Be More Realistic Than You Think Knowledge is power, particularly if you are striving to afford your first home. The homebuying process has many myths, though. For instance, you don’t have to put 20% down, you don’t have to have perfect credit, and you don’t have to accept a high interest rate or junk fees. REALTORS® are committed to dispelling these myths and making the American Dream of homeownership a reality for more people. I have taken additional … [Read More...]

When Checking Out A House, Leave Your Emotions At Home

Homebuyers often follow their hearts, and they should. Sometimes just going with a gut feeling is the best indicator. But when it’s house-touring time, it’s important to set those emotions aside and replace them with clear-headed thinking and a critical eye. Otherwise, your potential dream house might just turn into a money pit. Although you should always hire a professional inspection before you complete the sale, you can spot the more obvious trouble signs early in the process simply by … [Read More...]

Questions Buyers Should Ask A Mortgage Lenders

There is a lot more to the mortgage process than getting a good rate. High costs in fees and poor service can come as very unhappy surprises. How to determine which lender is right for you? Here’s a list of suggested questions you might ask a lender: How large is your company, and how long has it been in business? Are you a licensed mortgage broker or loan officer in Texas? Is your company a mortgage banker or a mortgage broker? (A banker lends its own funds; a broker searches mortgage … [Read More...]

How Much Does That Home Really Cost?

A $200,000 home costs more than a $185,000 home, right? Well, yes and no. Assuming the same type of financing for both homes, the $200,000 home does cost more initially. But many factors contribute to the overall long-term cost of a house. Here are some things to keep in mind when trying to determine the true cost of purchasing a particular home: Does it have a pool or hot tub that requires maintenance? How much yard maintenance is required and who will perform it? Are there trees that … [Read More...]