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How To Attract Affluent Home Buyers…

Interesting information on the image from what Buyers are looking for and would sacrifice! Read more from my March Newsletter here: http://buff.ly/1DJDUoPScreen Shot 2015-03-02 at 7.09.34 AM

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Jim Striegel Team November Newsletter

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Great Starter/Investment Home For Sale In Keller, Texas!

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Highland Village Home For Sale Backed Up To Corp of Engineer Property!


Highland Village, Texas Home For Sale on oversized lot back to Corp of Engineer Property!


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$499,999
Single Family Home
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5 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
1 Partial Bathroom
1 Unit
Interior: 3,851 sqft
Lot: 0.72 acre(s)
Location
3412 Sherwood Lane
Highland Village, TX 75077
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Custom Home Located in Gated Community in Flower Mound, Texas


Custom Home in Gated Community Located in Flower Mound, Texas


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$799,000
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4 Bedrooms
4 Bathrooms
1 Partial Bathroom
1 Unit
Interior: 4,598 sqft
Lot: 0.35 acre(s)
Location
3104 Jaciamo Street
Flower Mound, TX 75022
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Immaculate Flower Mound, Texas Home For Sale! Take A Look…


Immaculate Flower Mound Home For Sale!


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$439,900
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4 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
1 Partial Bathroom
1 Unit
Interior: 4,160 sqft
Lot: 0.34 acre(s)
Location
2012 Town View Blvd
Flower Mound, TX 75028
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Dallas-Fort Worth new home starts highest in seven years!

Dallas Construction At An All Time High!

Dallas Construction At An All Time High!

First quarter home starts in North Texas jumped almost 70 percent from a year ago. (DMN files)

North Texas home starts jumped almost 60 percent in the first quarter.

The big percentage risie in home starts was much greater than anticipated, and probably won’t continue through the rest of the year, analysts say.

“There is a lot of construction that wasn’t started in December because of the weather and that got pushed in to January,” said Ted Wilson, with Dallas-based housing analyst Residential Strategies. “On top of that we had a normal first quarter increase in activity.”

Builders started about 7,300 single-family homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in the first three months of 2014, Residential Strategies reported Thursday.

That’s the highest quarterly home start rate in the D-FW area since 2007. In our local area, I see new homes popping up all over. Looking to build? We have some amazing lots available here:

Source: The Dallas Morning News

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Lake Front Flower Mound, Texas Home For Sale


Single Family Home for sale in Flower Mound, TX


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$1,329,000
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4 Bedrooms
5 Bathrooms
2 Partial Bathrooms
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Interior: 6,602 sqft
Lot: 1.03 acre(s)
Location
1408 Deer Path
Flower Mound, TX 75022
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The Benefits of Credit Repair

The Benefits of Credit Repair

Why should you Consider Credit Repair? Discover the Basic Reasons!

Do you look at your credit report and think about nothing but credit repair? If yes, then perhaps it’s high time to get your credit repair process started. Anyone with poor credit scores will definitely know what a low credit score can cost you. Wonder how severe the consequences are?

Well, high interest rates can seriously damage your finances, period. Imagine the payments you would have to make if your interest rate increases from 5% to 15%. All in all, your poor credit score can make you pay thousands of dollars additionally per year. This is the primary reason why it is critical to look at your credit report and repair your credit score. After all, it will not only lower your interest rate, but will also help you get loans.

Credit Repair – Is it Really Helpful?

When it comes to credit scores, a single mistake can cause you serious trouble. A recent research suggests that almost 79 percent of all Americans have some type of inaccuracy, miscalculations, and negative accounts in their credit reports. A majority of these errors can hurt their credit scores badly. In these situations, credit repair is the ultimate option they can get to bring their finances back on track. The process of credit repairing is used to identify mistakes, correct the relevant information, remove negative reporting and monitor the creditors to ensure that your credit report is as accurate as possible and corrected accordingly.

Better Insurance Policies

The policies most insurance companies offer are based on the clients’ credit reports. For instance, you will not get a reasonably priced insurance policy if your report suggests that you are late with paying other accounts. Thus, credit repair can clean up your credit rating and help you get substantial savings over the duration of your policy.

Better Job Options

Nowadays, many employers check an applicant’s credit history as an essential step of the employment screening process. Wonder why? Well, credit reports usually disclose what resumes may never tell. Employers check credit reports to determine if an applicant has unpaid child or spouse support, has a verdict against him or her, or pays bills promptly. In instances like these, you can get a fresh start by opting for credit repair.

Better Loan or Mortgage Facilities

A low credit score can have a negative impact on your ability to get different loans. You may not get the desired loan amount or may have to make greater interest payments on the lifetime of your loans. If lenders find a poor credit score on your report, they can lower your credit limit, thus making the loan even more expensive for you. If dealerships turn you down for loans or offer very high interest rates, you have to consider going for credit repair. This will increase your chances to get your desired vehicle or own your dream home.

Since credit scores and credit reports can affect you and your loved ones in a number of ways, it is important to keep your credit score in superb condition. Credit repair doesn’t only benefit individuals with a low credit score, but can do wonders for people with average credit by getting negative items off of the reports, disputing late payment information and correcting any inaccuracies on your report.

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Preparing to Sell Your Home: 6 Tips To Help Your Home Look its Best With These 6 Tips!

Real Estate Connection ~ Jim Striegel Team

Real Estate Connection ~ Jim Striegel Team

Selling your home can be a stressful process and preparing your house for sale can be just as stressful. Critical buyers, less than optimal photographs and competing homes can sink a sale before the offer is even brought to the table. If you want to make your home stand out from the crowd, try these six tips to help your home look its best when you’re preparing it for sale.

1. Put away the clutter

Your Aunt Agnes’s collection of Hummel figurines may be precious family heirlooms, but they also can turn off potential buyers. Prospective buyers need to be able to picture their furniture and mementos in the home. Consider putting your personal belongings, things like family photos, heirlooms and potentially controversial books, into storage. While having furnishings help your home feel comfortable, an overly personalized home can be difficult to sell since prospective buyers will not be able to envision themselves there, according to Extra Space Storage.

2. Put extra furniture in storage

Your comfortable reclining sectional may be great for watching football, but it won’t help you sell your home. Large pieces of furniture make rooms seem much smaller than they are. Remove large dressers, sofas and other oversized items. Replacing a sofa with a loveseat can make your living room look larger.

3. Remove evidence of pets

You may love Fido and Fluffy, but your buyers may not. Before open houses and showings, pack away the pet beds and bowls. Use a baking-soda-based carpet freshener to remove pet smells, but avoid going overboard. Bombarding the buyer with a myriad of scents can signal that you have something to hide.

4. Repaint bright walls and remove wallpaper

If you love lime green, then it may be time to break out the paint brush. Colors that fit your taste may not suit your buyer. Patterned wallpaper and brightly painted walls can drive away buyers who are looking for a move-in ready house.

5. Add incentives

You may not have the time or money to correct your home’s design flaws, so be prepared to offer incentives. If your living room has bright red carpet, then you may want to offer a carpet allowance, so that a potential buyer can replace it with something neutral. This is something you might want to talk to your real estate agent about as they can provide you with some of their insights and suggestions on what might be helpful.

6. Fix landscaping flaws

If you are a little lax with landscaping, now is the time to fix up your yard. Trim bushes, lay down fresh mulch, and plant new flowers. Hanging baskets add a pop of color to your front porch and add curb appeal. Remove weeds and cut back nuisance plants. If you are listing your home in the winter, add plants that thrive in winter, such as holly, burning bush or juniper.

Selling your home isn’t easy.  But, if you are willing to roll up your sleeves, these six tips for preparing your house for sale can really help make your home more appealing to prospective buyers.

Article and insights provided by Kandace Heller.

 

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