One of the many concerns when moving is how the change will impact the children. We have compiled some tips and tricks to help ease the stress on little ones. Don't miss the helpful books for preparing and a moving day survival kit to help get your whole family through the day.
HERE'S A HOME BUYING RIDDLE FOR YOU: WHEN IS DELETING REALLY ADDING?
The answer: when you delete the survey exception on a Texas Title insurance policy.
What?!?!? Don't worry. You're not the only one who is confused. As with so much of the specific language in in the updated versions of Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) Contracts, it can be hard to understand the implications of industry jargon if you are unfamiliar. Let's start by defining a few key terms:
In 2014 the Texas Real Estate Commission made some significant changes to its contracts. Now, if a contract-related issue can't be solved through informal discussion, you must go through mediation before anyone files a lawsuit. Okay, your avoiding attorneys and courts. That sounds okay on the surface, but what about the particulars. Here are some commonly asked questions and answers, courtesy of the Texas Association of Realtors
Addicted to HGTV? You're not alone. But buying a home in a reality show and buying a home in real life are two very different things. So if you're entering the home buying process with ideas of seeing three great options, narrowing it down to one and then - voila! - being happily moved in.... well, let's just say you've got another thing coming.
When it comes to fair-housing laws, you can pretty much rest assured that discrimination doesn't serve as an obstacle to your housing choices. Specifically, fair housing laws prohibit someone from discriminating against you in the sale, rental or financing of housing based on your race, color, national origin, religion, sex, handicap or familiar status.