The short answer is NO! REALTOR® is a federally registered collective membership mark which identifies a real estate professional who is member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics. Everyone at Click and Move Realty, LLC must be a REALTOR®.
You should contact us as soon as you get your assignment notification. Click and Move Realty, LLC is a veteran owned company and we understand the complexity of the PCS and house hunting days allocation. We would love to welcome you and your family to Military City USA!
This question comes up a lot. There’s no way to answer that question without visiting your home for a FREE consultation. Many people search online through real estate websites and social media to find this answer. This method is the fastest way to get the wrong value of your home. Now ask yourself, “Would you by a home online without seeing it in person?” If the answer is NO (and it should be) how can you trust the value given without the REALTOR® seeing your home.
There are many factors that are taken into consideration when it comes to down payment. There are many loan products that require little to no money down to purchase a home. Allow us to introduce you to one of our preferred lending partners to see what loan package works best for you.
Using a REALTOR® isn’t mandatory in the state of Texas. However, would you let an UN-vetted stranger walk inside your home where you and your family sleep at night? Having a REALTOR® will bring only qualified potential buyers to view your home. Selling a home requires knowledge of legal contracts and addenda. Most buyers are represented by a REALTOR® protecting their best interest and so should you as a seller.
Buying a home in most cases is cheaper than paying rent. Paying rent will never give you a return on your investment. Owning a home may provide you with certain tax advantages that a rental won’t (please see an license accountant or financial adviser for more details). Why insure and pay someone else’s mortgage when you can pay your own.
The answer to this question is solely up to you. If you want to get the equity out of your home immediately then selling will be the route to go. If you want to have a long-term investment and grow your equity then renting would be the option for you. Our REALTORS® are standing by to help you weigh both options.