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$100 Down Program Extended Through July 31, 2018!! For HUD Homes

(Published on - 6/29/2018 4:56:47 AM)
Program  Extended Through July 31, 2018!!
 
$100 Down Program is BACK for the Month of JUNE  and extended through to July 31, 2018! 
 
Effective June 1, 2018, the Denver HOC will be offering $100 down for all HUD REO's accepted from June 1-  now  extended through July 31th, 2018 in conjunction with National Home Ownership Month!   This program will be available to all Owner Occupant purchasers using  FHA -insured financing (i.e. 203b, 203b with repair escrow, and 203k Rehabilitation).
 
  The attached notice will be also be added to HUDHomeStore.com for ALL listed properties.  Click on the Link Below!
 
This will make some great deals for owner occupants, even better!!
 
 
 
 
Please contact Local Listing HUD broker Doris S Sanchez/SANCHEZ SALINAS & ASSOCIATES, LLC DBA REALTY EXECUTIVES OF EAGLE PASS or one of our Executives for more information about upcoming training for sales agents in regards to HUD homes and for any other questions regarding How to submit an offer on HUD listing homes available in our area.  830-758-1034 
 
Thank you 
 
 
 
 

 


NATIONAL HOMEOWNERSHIP MONTH It’s a great time to purchase a HUD Home

(Published on - 6/15/2018 5:03:07 AM)

 

Effective June 1, 2018

The Denver Home Ownership Center (DHOC) is now offering the FHA $100 Down Sales Incentive for all HUD REO offers accepted from June 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018. Owner Occupant purchasers utilizing FHAinsured financing (including the FHA 203(k) Rehabilitation Program) If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact the local Listing Broker for the property as listed on www.HUDHomestore.com

 

For Eagle Pass, TX, 78852, Maverick County Contact us:

Doris Salinas-Sanchez - HUD Local Listing Broker

or one of our Executives Sales Agents at 830-758-1034

 


NATIONAL HOMEOWNERSHIP MONTH It’s a great time to purchase a HUD Home!

(Published on - 6/15/2018 4:56:07 AM)

Effective June 1, 2018

The Denver Home Ownership Center (DHOC) is now offering the FHA $100 Down Sales Incentive for all HUD REO offers accepted from June 1, 2018 through June 30, 2018. Owner Occupant purchasers utilizing FHAinsured financing (including the FHA 203(k) Rehabilitation Program) If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact the local Listing Broker for the property as listed on www.HUDHomestore.com

 

For Eagle Pass, TX 78852, Maverick County contact us:

Doris Salinas-Sanchez - HUD Local Listing Broker or 

one of our Executives Sales Agents @ 830-758-1034

www.realtyexecutivesofeaglepass.com 


"DON'T MAKE THESE MISTAKES WHEN PRICING YOUR HOME"

(Published on - 6/13/2018 11:28:18 PM)
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 Article - COURTESY OF TEXAS ASSOCATION OF REALTORS. Copyright


Don’t Make These Mistakes When Pricing Your Home

Deciding how much to ask is one of the most important decisions when selling your home. Here are some pitfalls to avoid.

Mistake 1: Overpricing your home

Setting a high asking price can backfire. Buyers are reluctant to make offers on clearly overpriced homes. And the longer a home sits on the market, the more it takes on the stigma of a property with a problem.

Mistake 2: Relying on bad data

Some home values you find online may be based on incomplete or inaccurate data. REALTORS® and real estate appraisers are your best sources for real estate data and pricing information.

Mistake 3: Comparing your home to the wrong properties

Your house may be worth more or less than a similar house in a different neighborhood. In addition to location, other factors that affect price include property condition, size, and features.

Mistake 4: Factoring in your emotions or finances

Buyers won’t pay more for the fond memories you have of your time in your home. They also won’t take into account your financial situation. All that matters is what the home is worth to them.

Your REALTOR® can help you determine a price to help you sell your home and meet your goals.

 

FOR A FREE CONSULTATION! CONTACT ONE OF OUR EXECUTIVE REALTORS AT 830-758-1034 OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.realtyexecutivesofeaglepass.com  find our agents, contact us for a free Market Analysis. 

Thank you,

Doris Salinas-Sanchez/Broker-Owner

SANCHEZ SALINAS & ASSOCIATES, LLC DBA

REALTY EXECUTIVES OF EAGLE PASS

REALTY EXECUTIVES DEL RIO

 


What is The Difference between a for rent and a for lease agreement?

(Published on - 3/20/2018 5:49:26 AM)

               

What's The difference?

By Doris Salinas-Sanchez, Broker/Owner

Sanchez Salinas & Associates, LLC DBA

Realty Executives of Eagle Pass

Realty Executives Del Rio 

 

Before Renting or Leasing a property is important for you to know the difference between these two agreements. Most people think that "lease" and "rent" mean the same thing, these terms are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same... Here's the difference for your information according to AllBusiness Editors...

 

lease agreement has a set term, such a year or six months term, during which the tenant agrees to rent the property during that time  (known as the duration of the lease), the tenant and the landlord must adhere to the agreement. For example, tenants agree to make monthly rent payments and follow the other obligations in the lease.

Neither party can change any terms of the agreement until the lease expires, unless both parties agree to the change with a proper written agreement. A tenant can’t vacate the property without breaking their lease, in which case they can be held liable for the rest of the rent due under the lease, or can be required to find someone else to take over the lease.

 

Rental agreements are month to month, with no long-term requirements. At the end of each 30-day period, both you and your tenant are free to change the rental agreement (subject to any rent control laws).

These changes may include raising the rent, changing the terms of the initial agreement, or asking the tenant to vacate the property. However, in most states, both landlord and tenant are required to give 30 days’ notice before any changes can be made. If your state doesn’t require notice, you can change any part of the rental agreement at your discretion.

Rental agreements are useful if you’re having a problem attracting new tenants, or if your property is in an area that caters to students or professionals who move around often. These tenants appreciate the freedom a month-to-month agreement provides, so offering a rental agreement can give you an advantage over landlords who insist on long-term leases.

A rental agreement typically renews automatically after each 30-day period has elapsed. There’s no need to give notice about this automatic renewal, as long as neither you nor your tenant has stated that the tenant will vacate the premises.

Before you rent out your property, be sure to take into account the differences between a lease and a rental agreement so you can make the best choice for your situation.

 

If you need a space for Rent or Lease or if you are a Landlord in the State of Texas and in our area please contact a licensed real estate professional such as an Executive with Realty Executives of Eagle Pass and or Realty Executives Del Rio branch for more details on how we can assist you with your real estate needs and find out about the new adopted forms regarding leases in Texas. 

 

We are here to serve you!

 

Thanks for reading.

www.realtyexecutivesofeaglepass.com

www.realtyexecutivesdelrio.com

 

 

 


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