Real Estate Center prepares news about Dallas Real Estate, Frisco Real Estate and Texas Real Estate news weekly, here is good information about how economy is turning toward recovery, top two issues about commercial real estate deals and the health of residential and commercial real estate recovery. Read the rest of this entry »
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Trees are often overlooked during the summer when it comes to watering in Dallas area. When trees go to autumn and winter active root growth comes to a standstill and Mos of the trees lose their leaves that make them absorb as much water and nutrients as they can holdduring winter time. Homeowners are guaranteed a dose of trouble with windstorms and freezes. There are little things that you can help your fabolous trees to survive in winter. Here are top 5 tips to prevent Tree problems during the year. Read the rest of this entry »
Several times a day I get asked “How does Seller’s Home Warranty Coverage work?” If you too have been wondering…I hope the information below will help you to understand the many of benefits of Seller’s Home Warranty Coverage.
Sellers Home warranty coverage help protect the seller and the sale of the property. Read the rest of this entry »
You put your home on the Dallas Real Estate market, waited for the willing and able home buyer and finally you got a contract for your Dallas home and it is time for the inspection. You are not sure how to speed up the process, here is Top 10 tips how you can accelerate the inspection easily. Read the rest of this entry »
If you are thinking about what you should do today and tomorrow, go and see the well known Plano Balloon festival at Oak Point Park , 2801 E. Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, Texas 75074
Big hot air balloons will fill the Plano Sky, if you are around North Dallas Area you may also chance to see them. Every year, this event has a lot of participants. Read the rest of this entry »
Texas Real Estate agents are concern about the recent declines in home sales is scalded. When you look at the Real Estate history in the Nation, it is easy to see that there is a cycle, which is just how the Dallas real estate business works as well as the other areas.
Everyone is saying that it is a great time to buy homes in Dallas area! If you have the money or good credit and desire to buy a new Dallas house, you will get the best deal with lowest rates and lowest sales price. If you are the seller, than remember to put your Dallas home in a good price, it will more likely sell it. Homes current date on the market is changing every area in Dallas, Plano, Frisco, McKinney and surrounding areas. Read the rest of this entry »
You made a decision and you added an additional game room to your home thinking of selling in the future this would be an advantage, think again because it may be an advantage or maybe not. You may have more problems during selling process than you might think.
First of all you should not add any extra rooms to your Dallas home without having a permit from your county. You can go to your county’s website or you can call them to learn more about it.
If you have added game room and this room is not reflected on tax assessment records than you should start your search if any permits were issued for the addition. You should not add this game room foot age to your gross living area during listing or marketing your home if the permits are not issued. When you include these areas without permits you may be misleading others that you have permit and has already included. Read the rest of this entry »
HUD Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that there are new changes on FHA Single Family houses guide. FHA loans changes are effective on or after October 4th, 2010. This mortgagee letter changes the new minimum credit scores and Loan to Value Ratio LTV requirements for FHA insured loans.
Here is the Summary of FHA Guidance on Minimum Credit Scores and LTV Requirements
- Borrowers with a minimum decision credit score or above 580 are eligible for maximum financing.
- Borrowers with a minimum decision credit score between 500 and 579 are limited to 90 percent LTV. Read the rest of this entry »