Foreclosures Don’t happen Often in the Pearland, TX Market

Keep up-to-date on all the great opportunities in the Pearland Texas Market, as the following extract will show you all the homes available ad under contract now. [Click on the Image below] Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn about your market, sign up on my website to create your own custom Searches and […]

Be cautious when buying land for building a home

The purchase of Land is something very specific and you need to approach it with caution. Did you know that there are many things that you have to pay attention to when purchasing land such as: -Zoning (Areas outside greater Houston -Codes, Covenants and Restrictions, including Home Owners Association guidelines -Mineral Rights -Easements -Previous uses […]

Foreclosure process in Texas a brief Summary

Buying foreclosed homes is not a simple process. You need to be aware of the risks and advantages that you are exposed to by buying a foreclosed home. Price may be an advantage, but the home you are purchasing may have somebody living in it, and you need to be careful and follow the Texas […]

Romantic Ideas for this Valentine’s Weekend

    💗 Romantic Ideas for this Valentine’s weekend. 🌹 View this email in your browser Romantic Ideas for this Valentine’s Weekend FantaSea Dinner Cruises Instead of dining amidst the hustle and bustle of the city, drive just south of Houston and board FantaSeas luxury yacht to enjoy a romantic, sunset dinner for two. Get there […]

Rent to Own or Seller Financing which is best?

Overview of Rent to Own The buyer has either no down payment or small down-payment which later gets converted into a contract for deed. Pros: low or no down payment Cons: Very complicated, most people are not educated enough about them. They involve much paperwork that needs to be filed every few months. Very legally […]

Is Rent-to-Own Legal in Pearland (Houston) or Texas in General?

Short Answer:Generally they are very complicated if not illegal in Texas Long Answer:  provided from   Residential lease-purchases for longer than 180 days are no longer a feasible strategy for investors because of the multitude of requirements and the potential liability for doing them improperly. There is really no way to use a stacking technique […]