For Sale: 25603 Canyon Crossing, Richmond TX 77406

For Sale: 25603 Canyon Crossing in Richmond TX 77406 will be coming to the market October 1st 2015.

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Georgetown floor plan built by Gallery Custom Homes. This home has it all! 6 Bedrooms, 4 full baths, study, formal dining, media room, game room. Corner lot. Beautiful chocolate bamboo floors recently installed. Completely redone kitchen looks like a dream! Glass subway backsplash, granite counter tops, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, gourmet 6 burner gas stove, sink, wine cooler. Stone fire place. Sprinkler system. Living room wired for surround sound. Gated community with 24 hr guard. This home is extremely clean and very well kept. Seller converted formal living area into a 6th bedroom that could be a bedroom or a flex room. Zoned to Lamar Consolidated School District. Conveniently located off of Fm 1093 and Grand Parkway.

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Just Listed: 1902 Gray Slate Dr, Missouri City.

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1902 Gray Slate Dr, Missouri City, TX 77489

This cozy home is for sale! Located in Missouri City, TX. Fort Bend County. It sits on a corner lot, front door facing south. It is very clean and well kept, makes you feel like you are in a new home. Kitchen opens to living area. Natural light brightens up the room from all the windows. 2″ faux white blinds though out. Granite counter tops in kitchen, stainless steel appliances.  Laminate and tile floors on first floor. Carpet on second floor. All bedrooms up. Game room upstairs. Master has double sinks and separate shower and bath. Very nice size master closet. Conveniently located close to Fort Bend toll and Beltway 8. This home was renovated completely before the sellers bought it in 2012. Zoned to FBISD schools. Call me to schedule a showing today!

If you would like more information on this or any other listings feel free to contact me

Where to Find the True Value for Your Home

woman surrounded by question marksEver wondered what your home is worth?

Want to know where to start looking?

Whether you’re just curious or are eager to find a competitive listing price, using the best resources to find your property’s value is crucial.

Today, we’re going to be talking about two types of home evaluation tools: neighborhood sold reports and comparative market analyses.

Comparing Your Home with Your Neighbor’s

A neighborhood sold report is a detailed list of homes that have recently sold in your area. They include information about the square footage, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, address, neighborhood, and, of course, the sold price.

Since sales prices are determined in part by your home’s location, as well as a neighborhood’s housing supply and demand, honing in on your own neighborhood real estate market is the best way to determine what the housing market is doing and how it can affect your listing price.

How much did your neighbor receive for his 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom house down the street? Is your listing price thousands of dollars more?

If your home is priced too high, you’ll know immediately by looking at the comparisons in the neighborhood sold report. It’s better to learn sooner rather than later, when your home is on the market and you’re feeling frustrated by the lack of home buyer interest. The same goes with pricing your home too low.

Your Home’s Value in Today’s Market

pair of glasses on a white deskA comparative market analysis, often called a CMA, is a fantastic tool to help you determine your home’s value. This report can include anything relevant about the current real estate market in your area, such as:

  • recent neighborhood home sales
  • withdrawn home listing prices
  • unique property features

The important distinction between neighborhood sold reports and comparative market analyses is that the CMAs are more detailed, and can take into account any home improvements or unique property features that buyers would be more interested in (and therefore, would pay more for).

The bottom line: CMAs help you find that sweet, sweet selling price that’s fair to you but still attracts potential home buyers.

Don’t Settle for Estimates

If you’re serious about selling your home, the market value of your property is what you’re after. Don’t settle for estimates based solely on your address or outdated information.

You’ll want to do considerable research on the current state of your local real estate market to help you determine the best listing price for your home. If you need help along the way, our real estate experts are always happy to offer assistance.

Sell Your Property with Our Real Estate Experts

We offer both a neighborhood sold report and a comparative market analysis, and we can work with you to determine the best price for your property. And if you’re eager to get the results you’re looking for in your home sale, list your property with our dedicated real estate team.

Contact us today to get started!

Top 3 Reasons to Get Pre-Approved for a Mortgage

Before you start your home search, you want to know how much you can afford, right?

There are two ways to do this: with a mortgage pre-qualification and a mortgage pre-approval. As a home buyer, the pre-approval is more valuable to you during your home search.

How Pre-Approval Helps You as a Home Buyer

One of the main differences between mortgage pre-qualification and mortgage pre-approval is how the lender gives you the mortgage amount.

calculator and finance sheetFor pre-qualification, you give the mortgage lender your general financial history (including debts and income), and the lender gives you a mortgage estimate. For pre-approval, the lender digs deep into your credit report and gives you the exact loan amount.

If you’re choosing between getting pre-qualified for a home mortgage and getting pre-approved, choose to get pre-approved. Here are the top three reasons why:

3. You Learn Exactly What You Can Afford

There’s no estimates in a pre-approval. The lender has looked into your credit history and you’ve given the required documentation to go through with the pre-approval process.

A mortgage pre-approval is not a commitment to the loan, but it paves the way to transition into applying for a specific property — your dream home in your price range.

2.  You Can Narrow Your Home Search

person searching online on laptopSearching through online listings can be a tedious process, especially if there are hundreds of homes for sale in the area. How do you narrow down your home search?

When you’re pre-approved, you’ll know exactly what you can afford, and tailor your home search around the mortgage amount. Now you can easily search through the listings with confidence and renewed energy.

1. The Home Seller Takes Your Offer Seriously

Home sellers like to see that you’re pre-approved — it tells them that you’re serious about buying their home.

So when you’re competing with other home buyers to make the best offer on your dream home, being pre-approved will give you the competitive edge over buyers who are not. Then you can focus on moving into your new home!

We’re Your Real Estate Experts

If you want more information about the mortgage pre-approval process or about finding the perfect home that fits your lifestyle, contact us today and we can get started. We’d be happy to answer any questions you have about the mortgage pre-approval process.