**Every state's real estate sales contracts and practices are different, so if you're reading this and you're not in Texas, this next part is a crash course in how we do it down here.
For most people, buying a home is a very big deal, it's easy to get emotional about it, but keep in mind buying a home is also one of the largest investments you will make in your life, it's best to buy wisely. How?
"This one might seem like a no-brainer to some people, if it looks like crap, don't buy it. Hold yer horses! Not everyone is out for the same thing in a house and if the location is more important to you than the condition of the property, sometimes ugly houses are just the thing to get you where you want to be! If you're handy, or know some one who is, and are thinking that a "fixer upper" is the right choice for you, I'm all about it. In fact, I bought my first home in the area years ago, fixed it up myself, and made quite a bit when I sold it 3 years later, so that was the right choice for me. (I can totally help you do the same thing, just ask.) "
A few years ago, beige was all the rage! But as times change, so do the colors of choice for designers and home buyers. While sitting in the waiting room of the car place today, one of the ladies next to me apparently overheard my phone conversation with another agent and leans over to ask … Continue reading Gray Gets You the Green!