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Listed at $249,800 in Lorena – EXPECTING MULTIPLE OFFERS as of 7/21 @ 5:31pm!!!
The absolute best of the country and the city, this fabulously updated 3 bedroom and 2 bathroom is nestled under oak trees on approximately 3.5 acres with a view of Redbud Lake, around the corner from historic downtown Lorena. Split floor plan gives the [Read more…]
$205,000 – Renaissance – Hewitt Elementary – Midway ISD
Spiffy Cottage-Style Home with wood flooring, lovely trim and mouldings throughout. Light and Bright with tall windows that surround the living, kitchen and dining areas. Start a brisk morning with a clean, white kitchen cabinetry, granite countertops and decorator colors. Split bedroom arrangement enhances privacy. Keep organized using the drop spot just in from garage for [Read more…]
1031 Park Ridge Circle – COMING SOON at $540,000
McGregor – Hidden Valley
Come tour this Immaculate Central Texas Hidden Valley Traditional Beauty boasting 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and a playful back yard with pool near Riverside and Twin Rivers. Midway ISD – South Bosque Elementary and River Valley Intermediate Schools. Covered extended patio for outdoor entertaining and plenty more room on this 1+ acre lot for pets to roam or a custom playscape. Two bedrooms are [Read more…]
Many Improvements made to this immaculate 4 bedroom 2-1/2 bathroom or 3 w/ study in the small yet sought after Quarry neighborhood for sale in Lorena ISD. Quick access to I-35 and 15 minutes to downtown Waco. The generous floor plan features two living areas and split bedroom arrangement to easily accommodate various living arrangements. The gourmet kitchen boasts a huge island that is highlighted by a wall of windows. Easily watch back yard activities while preparing lunch. Fall in love with this stately home on corner lot with lovely mature landscaping and side-entry garage with additional flat work. Call Now!
Are you thinking about moving but don’t know whether to sell your home or find one to purchase first? Call the Waco Home Team at 254-855-9500 for a personalized strategy. Call Today!
Zestimates, Eppraisals & Instant Online Valuations – OH MY!
Recently, a Zillow representative visiting the RE/MAX Waco office said that if it were possible, Zillow would most likely rate the accuracy of its Texas property valuations lower than one star–not something potential home-sellers want to hear.
If you’re thinking of selling your home here in Waco, Texas, you need an accurate valuation of it. In order to sell your home in a timely manner without short-changing yourself, it’s important to know what your property is worth in today’s real estate market.
So, let’s examine the tools available to help you determine just how much your house is worth. [Read more…]
I Need A Market Analysis, or CMA or something
A real estate market analysis is a realtor’s objective opinion of what your home would likely sell for. Which factors would influence your home’s market value? Typically, an analysis will include all homes sold within one mile of the property in question. Factors such as location, density, size, and turnover in your neighborhood will help determine value.
The most common type of market analysis is a comparative analysis. A real estate agent will conduct a study of homes that have sold within the past 3 to 6 months and look for factors that would help determine the comparative market value of your home.
My Next Home
Selling when you can’t find a new home you want to buy
There is a fear that currently paralyzes home owners’ ability to list their homes for sale, despite their strong desire to make a move. In the current market the sellers hold the upper hand due to low levels of inventory. The Texas Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University currently shows a 31.3% reduction in inventory levels compared to last year. With so few homes on the market, buyers are forced to compete with each other.
But What If…
We thought for certain that sellers would be jumping on the opportunity to sell their homes and reap the financial reward of competing offers. Surprisingly the opposite occurred: sellers were nervous about finding their next home and delayed selling. What if they listed their home and it sold too fast before they could find another one?