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  • Steve Young 4:45 PM on September 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Arlington Fort Worth Burleson Tarrant Johnson Counties real estate   

    New rules… 

    RE/MAX-Childrens Miracle Network

    RE/MAX-Childrens Miracle Network

    Mortgage lending, appraisals, longer closing dates, tenants renting a home that just got foreclosed, short sales, etc. http://texasrealestate.com/What’s really going on with TX RE?

    And the changes go on and on. In my opinion, and not just because I’m in the business, whether your selling or buying, better have representation to guide you through the new maze! Things have been changing so fast that myself along with the mortgage, title, appraisers, etc. that I use are constantly trying to keep up.

    The pros will do this, the part timers in this industry will not. So when you are looking for an agent to represent you, better do some quality background checking! I don’t always have ALL the answers but I do align myself with other experts in their field, IE. mortgage, insurance, title, etc.

    Call me to discuss your real estate needs or just to get some answers that you might have. 817-276-5149 or Steve Young.pro

  • Steve Young 3:50 PM on September 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Monday stuff 

    According to the Real Estate Center at TexasA&M http://recenter.tamu.edu/,  The Texas economy is predicted to begin a slow, steady recovery in 2010, according to BBVA Compass’ U.S. Regional Watch third-quarter report. You may click on th link for full report and how Texas cities fared in August ’09.  

    The National Association of Realtors® http://www.realtor.org  is calling upon its 1.2 million members to urge Congress to extend the successful homebuyer tax credit into next year. 

    Realtors®, the leading advocates for homeownership and housing issues, will be writing to their Senators and Representatives to tell them of the successes with the tax credit thus far and to press them to extend and expand it now. 

    Call Steve Young with RE/MAX Associates or email steve@steveyoung.pro regarding your specific neighborhood or areas you might have an interest in.

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