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James Steel III
· July 7, 2015
Mindy did an amazing job on helping us find our new house!!! She is the best!!! Thank you again!
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Shabby to Chic...can't wait to see it finished!

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Shabby to Chic...making progress in Bedford! 3 weeks out...

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Shabby to Chic...demo day...I said, hey I want to rip that deck apart for fun and exercise...OMG...on break already...

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Good info...Pass along if you know people in Houston that rent a home.

Some advice for tenants and landlords.

This post was written by Michael Mengden to address landlord and tenant issues brought about by Hurricane Harvey. He is president/broker of Terra Residential Services in Houston, 2011 chairman of t…
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We Are RE/MAX added 7 new photos.

Work continues in the Gulf Coast of Texas, especially for our RE/MAX family affected by Hurricane Harvey. A special thanks to RE/MAX offices and agents nearby w...ho are sending supplies and to all of you who have already donated to the We Are RE/MAX GoFundMe account. https://www.gofundme.com/weareremax

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First batch of checks from Texas REALTORS® Relief Fund headed to victims of Harvey. Many more to come. Donate at texasrealestate.com/relief

Good information...please pass along!

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Tim Jenkins

NO FLOOD INSURANCE? SOME RESOURCES:

1. Register with FEMA (https://www.fema.gov/hurricane-harvey). Get in line now. Don't wait until the storm passes.

2. File f...or the Disaster Assistance and Emergency Relief Program (https://www.benefits.gov/benefits/benefit-details/4418), and file your Publication 547 form (https://www.irs.gov/publications/p547/) with the IRS. Both of these programs allow for residents to write off their losses via taxes, and even refile your most recent taxes, thus potentially getting an unexpected refund, something that could go a long way in recovery.

3. Apply for the Disaster Legal Services Program (https://www.benefits.gov/benefits/benefit-details/431). Through this program, the government provides legal services to lower-income individuals. This can help when seeking insurance claims, dealing with contractors and home repairs, etc. A huge benefit.

4. Apply for Rebuild Houston Together (http://www.rebuildinghouston.org/homeowners.htm), a group that helps senior citizens rebuild their homes.

5. See if you belong to a group that is a member of the Tool Bank (http://www.houstontoolbank.org/borrow…/first-time-borrowers/), a group that brings much needed tools to a disaster area. Note you must be a part of one of their member orgs, such as a church or other charity, including neighborhood associations.

6. Apply for assistance with Team Rubicon (https://teamrubiconusa.org/response/capabilities-services/) a group that specializes in helping gut homes damaged by disaster so that trade professionals can come in and get the job done faster and cheaper.

7. Work through the options at DisasterAssitance.gov (https://www.disasterassistance.gov/get-assistance). Links found on this site will streamline some of the other steps, e.g. FEMA application.

#HURRICANEHARVEY

Information found in this reddit thread: https://www.reddit.com/…/no_flood_insurance_here_are_some_…/

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How Texas REALTORS® are helping communities recover from the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey

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I ordererd some! May take awhile to get them, but what a great way to raise money for Houston...

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While homeowners should always file claims as soon as possible, the new law will not change the claims process, no matter whether claims are filed before or after September 1.

As the remnants of Hurricane Harvey make their way out of Texas, attention now focuses on rebuilding efforts in the communities affected by this unprecedented weather event. However, misinformation…
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Shabby to Chic...this project starts now! It may be ugly now but soon it will be the best on the block!

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Foreigners bought $18.7 billion worth of houses in Texas in 12 months

Foreign homebuyers are taking a big bite out of Texas' hot housing markets.
International ...buyers purchased 34,135 Texas homes during the year that ended with the first quarter, according to a new report by the Texas Association of Realtors.
Offshore home buys in the Lone Star State added up to almost $18.7 billion during the 12-month period, according to a new Realtors' report.

Texas home purchased by international buyers rose a stunning 59 percent from the previous year.
"This surge in international home sales activity underscores the growing reputation Texas has as a global destination for owning a home or investment property," Vicki Fullerton, chairman of the Texas Association of Realtors, said in the report. "The state's low unemployment, diverse industry base and world-class higher education institutions are just some of the reasons why international residents seek to attend college, raise a family or do business in Texas."
Texas ranks second only to Florida for foreign home purchases with 12 percent of the U.S. total.

And most of the acquisitions are by Mexicans. The Realtors' study found that 43 percent of all U.S. residential acquisitions by Mexican buyers last year were in Texas.
Chinese buyers are also purchasing more Texas homes, up 11 percent from 2016 levels.
The Texas breakdown of foreign homebuyers comes on the heels of a recent nationwide report on international purchases.
Foreign buyers acquired a record $153 billion in U.S. homes, the National Association of Realtors reported last month. That was a 49 percent increase in dollar volume from sales to foreign buyers in the previous year.

Florida, Texas, California, New Jersey and Arizona are the most popular states for international homebuyers.

Texas is second only to Florida for foreign home buys.(Texas Association of Realtors)

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Mindy Lowry Slowinski is at Newton Ranch.

Would it be weird if I just got in during the open house? Maybe I should offer suits to try it before you buy it 😀

Open today from 1-3...Fantastic home in Keller with a tornado shelter even! Seller is motivated!!!
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Check out this Single-Family Home: $478,499 4 br 3 ba 3,341 sqft in Keller. Keller ISD in Newton Ranch! Fantastic floorplan with inground pool. Hardwood flooring, tile, and new carpet. Kitchen features granite counters, large island,gas cooktop, 42 inch raised panel cabinets, and stainless steel app...
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