Tuesday, March 14, 2017 / by Jessica Holcomb
If you are checking out League City as your next home you will have to visit the beautiful community of Mar Bella. Located just 1 mile from Galveston Bay and Kemah Boardwalk and is also near Highway 146 and off of the major highway 96. Conveniently located adjacent to the Clear Creek Education Village.
Palm trees dot the community full of plenty of scenic water views and park areas. The community offers a recreational center, an open air pavilion, and 2 playgrounds. There is a resort style pool w/ a splash pad, zero-entry pool, jets and sundeck. Be sure to catch photos of the area ducks and other natural habitat along the banks of the 29 acre lake and 44-acre nature preserve. Truly a great place to de-stress after a long day at work. You can see from the plat map below all of the reserved areas for lakes and recreation.
Truly a beautiful place to live! View All Homes For Sale in Mar Bella League City TX Here.
Thursday, March 2, 2017 / by Jessica Holcomb
Are you wondering when will be the very best time to put your home on the market? Most families aren't ready to move until school is out however, you may be costing yourself a few thousand dollars. Early Spring is the very best time to put your house on the market because of the following reasons;
1. Inventory is low
2. Buyers are desperately searching for the right home
3. Other Families aren't ready to list until late Spring/Summer
How will this help you save thousands? Timing is everything when you list your home. More families will be placing their homes on the market in late Spring/Early Summer so then you will have more competition. When you have more competition the buyers have more inventory to choose from. When they have more inventory to choose from the homes sit on the market longer and the longer they sit the higher the chances of lower offers. When you list your home early Spring you can create a bidding war with multiple offers and possibly sell your home for more ...
Sunday, February 26, 2017 / by Jessica Holcomb
If you have been thinking about buying a new construction home then you probably have a few questions about the process. After selling new construction homes for over ten years I picked up a few tips and tricks to help you!
#1 Do NOT visit a model home without first having your Realtor® set up the appointment for you. Home Builders have strict rules regarding allowing you to have a Realtor® represent your best interests and if they aren't with you on the first visit or call ahead to set up an appointment they may not allow you to use a Realtor®. Most families are not aware of this rule and the builder probably isn't going to talk to you about it.
#2 Do NOT negotiate with the Sales Rep without your Realtor! The Sales Rep is employed by the builder and they are highly trained to negotiate for the builders best interests. They are also highly trained to know if you want the house or not by watching your body language, listening to your answers, and looking fo ...
Saturday, February 25, 2017 / by Jessica Holcomb
One of the most common questions we hear is what should we do to fix up our home? Should we update it or sell it as-is? Here are the top tips to get you top $ for your property when you go to sell it.
1. Flooring - Your flooring should be clean and in good condition. If your carpet does not have rips or holes in it then a professional cleaning will be fine in most cases. However, if you carpeting has major stains, and wear and tear than it will be well worth it to replace the carpet. A good rule of thumb is to look at the other homes that have sold in the area. If they all have wood flooring and yours does not - than you may want to add wood flooring.
2. Paint - Neutral colors will always show your home in the best light. If you have more than 3 colors in your home in main living areas you may have a hard time selling it. Also darker paint colors tend to darken and make rooms look smaller. This is not a good thing when you are trying to sell your home. Light and bright wi ...
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 / by Jessica Holcomb