1. Print these 2 forms
A. Buyer Representation Form
Email me so I can send you this form with your
information so I can fill it out and send it to you.
My contract with you to get your rebate from me.
B. Information about brokerage Services
This is how Real Estate Brokers work in Texas
C. Client Registration Form
Sign these 2 forms and bring the Client Registration form to each one of the builders that you visit. After you sign these 2 forms please Fax to me at 512.547.3400 or just e-mail them. I will then send you the Buyers Representation Form to sign to complete the process.
- Hire me as your Texas Real Estate Agent.
- E-mail me or call me to make sure all the paper work is in place.
- Search for a builder on my Site and then visit the Builder in person.
- Bring my Client Registration Form to all the Builders on the First Visit and register me as your agent. This should be done at each and every builder you visit, do this whether you buy from them or not.
- Pick out your dream home.
- Call me to go over the contract then sign.
- I would recommend after you get under contract to hire a home inspector.
- At Closing Get up to 6% CASH BACK or use the money towards closing cost, lot premiums, price reductions or use as you like. Your Pick.
Be sure to register Austin Homes, Realtors(r) as your Broker Representative on your first visit to every builder you visit. If you do not register us as your Broker it can result in a loss of commission to us and you will not be able to receive a Rebate.
Oil and gas at forefront of record job growth
The growth in the energy sector in The Woodlands over the last two years has been significant. As companies relocate and expand in the area, cranes and construction crews are changing the skyline of The Woodlands.
Gil Staley, CEO for The Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership, said South Montgomery County added a record 1,172 jobs in 2012 among its 57 major non-retail employers—employers with 100 or more full-time employees. Staley said more than half of those jobs came from the energy sector, which includes Anadarko Petroleum Corp., RPC, Inc. and STS Products, along with energy-related businesses, such as Nexeo Solutions and Waste Connections. “While it’s not unusual [to experience job growth], we have not seen this kind of growth in these huge numbers,” Staley said.
Staley said 2013 could outpace 2012, as relocation proposal requests for the fiscal year have already outnumbered those of fiscal year 2012. The relocation of Layne Christiansen from Kansas and the expansion of Talisman Energy will be completed by end of 2013. “Energy is still our fastest growing sector,” Staley said. “We have not had to go out to make requests. Our phones have been ringing off the hook.”
No energy employer has provided more job growth in The Woodlands than Anadarko Petroleum, which has grown by 300–400 employees over the last two years, said John Christiansen, Anadarko’s external communications director. At more than 3,200 employees, Anadarko is the second largest employer in South Montgomery County, according to the EDP.
In addition to the 30-story, 817,000-square-foot Anadarko tower, the corporation occupies a building on Timberloch Drive and several floors in the Woodforest Bank building, whose employees will relocate to the new 31-story, 549,000-square foot tower in spring 2014, a building that will house up to 1,525 employees. “We have grown tremendously just over the last two years,” Christiansen said. “Most of the jobs we’ve already added. We’re simply trying to consolidate the folks that we have, and we do continue to grow when our assets grow.”
Killeen Texas is a community that has an interesting history, and a bright future. The city was originally founded in the late 1800's as a railroad stopover, as the tracks began to criss-cross the Lone Star State. The town remained relatively small until the early 1950's. This is when the US Army commissioned Fort Hood as a permanent base. The base has grown over the years to become one of the Army's major bases. The city has grown right along with it, from a small population in 1950, to the booming metropolis of today. There have even been some relatively famous residents to come from Killeen. Notably, Elvis Presley, and Robert Griffin III, the pro football quarterback.
May brings on the Green Avenue Farmer's Market. The Market is open
May 23 - 25th features Rodeo Killeen. The 66th annual Rodeo
The economy is sure to remain stable in the area, as Fort Hood provides an anchor like no other locally. The base employs over 58, 000
The town also knows how to have a good time. There are some nice family events planned in May. There is a sleep over night for mothers and daughters.
Bright Lights Seven Nights a Week
I have been a football fan for most of my life. Sundays were structured around the game, and food, and relaxation, and fun. The culture of American football is alive and well in Odessa Texas. There surely is football, and several other fine reasons that Midland and Odessa, in the Permian Basin, shine brightly every night of the year.
Pets, Produce, Peppers and Plenty More in Grand Prarie.
The concept of a farmer's market instantly brings to mind a mutitude of positive images. Family, fresh fruits and vegetables, the scent of alfalfa, and a nostalgic aura to the whole experience.
In today's world where GMO dominated food is so readily available, this connection with tradition is even more important. Wellness is best when maximized and a healthy diet is a major piece of the puzzle.
The market runs from early Spring until a week or so before Christmas. Texas weather is as hospitable as the people most of the time, so there are three full seasons of enjoyment to be had.
Market square in Grand Prarie is the spot. The city of Grand Prarie is a meduim sized suburb of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The economy is solid, with the school district, and some defense contractors, and some other high tech industries chained firmly as anchors.
Colors and Confusion Make Sense in Texas
Home Buying Tips and Ideas
Hot Builder Deals
Every day builders are giving incentives and rebates to buyers.
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