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Central Texas Home Builders Promotions Nov 2016

Chesmar Homes
1% BTSA on ALL Chesmar inventory homes. Visit Chesmar.com for more information on available homes and see a New Home Consultant for more details. (BTSA tied to started inventory homes only, sold from November 1 – November 30, 2016. May not be combined with any other offer.)

D.R. Horton America’s Builder – North
$4,000 BTSA – November 7 – 27, 2016! FALLING PRICES Sale applies to D.R. Horton, Inc. & EMERALD Homes Houston North Communities only. $4,000 BTSA is valid only for completed inventory homes sold between November 7-27, 2016. Homes must close within 10 days of completion and no later than 12/30/16. All offers valid only for new contracts and does not apply to transfers, cancellations or re-writes. BTSA offer is subject to change without notice. Offer applies to licensed and active Texas Real Estate Agents only. Please contact a community sales representative for additional requirements for BTSA incentive. This BTSA may not be used in conjunction with any other broker bonus or incentive. BTSA will be paid at closing. Promotional commission is subject to caps, if any, on total broker compensation imposed by the homebuyer’s lender. Prices, plans, features, options and co-broke are subject to change without notice. Additional restrictions may apply. Sq. ft. is approximate. Excludes the North Houston Jasmine Heights Community and also excludes Express Homes. Expires: 11-27-16

Emerald Homes
$4,000 BTSA – November 7 – 27, 2016! FALLING PRICES Sale applies to D.R. Horton, Inc. & EMERALD Homes Houston North Communities only. $4,000 BTSA is valid only for completed inventory homes sold between November 7-27, 2016. Homes must close within 10 days of completion and no later than 12/30/16. All offers valid only for new contracts and does not apply to transfers, cancellations or re-writes. BTSA offer is subject to change without notice. Offer applies to licensed and active Texas Real Estate Agents only. Please contact a community sales representative for additional requirements for BTSA incentive. This BTSA may not be used in conjunction with any other broker bonus or incentive. BTSA will be paid at closing. Promotional commission is subject to caps, if any, on total broker compensation imposed by the homebuyer’s lender. Prices, plans, features, options and co-broke are subject to change without notice. Additional restrictions may apply. Sq. ft. is approximate. Excludes the North Houston Jasmine Heights Community and also excludes Express Homes. Expires: 11-27-16

GreenEco Builders
$6000 BTSA GREENECO BUILDERS in Lakes of Savannah. Bonus on sale of inventory homes through 11-30-16. See sales manager for details.

GreenEco Builders
$5000 BTSA for GREENECO BUILDERS, SUMMER LAKES BUILDER CLOSE OUT. Homes Ready for Immediate Move it! Receive a $5000 BTSA on contracts written by 11-30-16. See Sales Manager for details.

GreenEco Builders
ATTENTION REALTORS… Greeneco Builders in Hidden Lakes & Katy Trails are offering a $5000 BTSA on select inventory homes for homes contracted by 11/30/16. Please see Sales Manager for details. Offer subject to change.

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Sweetwater Subdivision guide to new builders

Over 40 quick-move-in homes available this fall.
Sweetwater by Newland Communities
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40 move-in ready homes in Sweetwater—Check out the new builders, floor plans, and architecture. There are a wide selection of homes by nine new home builders. Call Rebate on Texas Homes today to buy your new home.
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How to Receive up to a 6% Cash Back Rebate on Your New Texas Home

Receive up to 6% of the sales price Rebated back to you at closing.

Save thousands of dollars on your New Home Purchase any where in the state of Texas. This Rebate is good at almost every New Home Builder in Texas.

Be sure when visiting any new builder to let the sales councelor be aware that you are working with Austin Homes, Realtors as your Broker

As a License Texas Broker we can help you buy New Homes anywhere in the State of Texas. That means we can help you get a Rebate on your Texas new home purchase. We have 15+ years of real estate expertise and have been a part of over 925+ closings. Every agent can give you a rebate, but can they give you full service along with their rebate?

How to qualify to get up to 6% back at closing?

The first step is to fill out the Buyers Agreement form and then proceed to your new area home builder. Then you register with the builder showing them the agreement and registering my name. The next step is to find the home of your dreams and get it under contract. I can help you with this process either over the phone or in person. Finally we will find out what the builder is paying in commission.

If the builder is paying 3 % you get back 2% CASH BACK
If the builder is paying 4 % you get back 3% CASH BACK
If the builder is paying 5% you get back 4% CASH BACK
If the builder is paying 6% or above you get back 5% CASH BACK
If the builder is paying 7% or above you get back 6% CASH BACK

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New Home Buying Tips

New Home Buying Tips

A Step by Step Guide Through the Home Buying Jungle

The process of buying a home for the first time can seem a little too difficult. There are a lot of seemingly complicated things happening at any given time in the process, with so many individuals involved. It’s a jungle out there, it seems: all too easy to get lost in figuring out where the dangers are and which way to go next. This article will explain how the process works.

1. Getting Yourself Pre-Approved

Get pre-approved for a home loan. This will involve completing paperwork about your assets and income. Once you are pre-approved, you will know how much you can plan to budget for your home purchase.

2. Getting Your Ideas Together

Start looking. It is good to begin the search already knowing what you want. You can define your ideas systematically, by making a comprehensive list.

3. Identify Home

Bingo! You’ve found it. The right home could be the first one you find or the umpteenth.

4. Offer

Before making an offer, put some serious thought behind it. Find out what price properties in the neighborhood are selling for. Make an equitable offer — too low and you could insult them, or too much and you might end up paying a higher price than you should. Usually, when you make an offer, you will probably need to put up anywhere from 1% to 5% of the asking price as a good faith deposit. Your offer will cover contingencies and terms in addition to price, such as being subject to inspection, necessary repairs, and your preferred date of closing.

5. Agreement

After a little negotiation back and forth, the seller and you will come to an agreement on all the terms of the sale.

6. Review of Title

A title review, in most states, is normally done by a real estate attorney who examines the title, or ownership records of the property, and gives a written opinion as to whether the seller’s title satisfies the requirements of the contract of purchase. In some parts of the U.S. this is done without the services of an attorney but almost without exception there is a requirement for some kind of title search.

7. Home Inspection and Negotiation of Repairs

Never buy property without having it inspected by a third party inspector. A thorough inspection can reveal problems large and small, from mold to a sinking chimney. If the inspection does uncover problems, you will agree on the cost or completion of repairs.

8. Getting an Appraisal

An appraisal offers a professional estimate on the matter of the property’s value. No lender will write a loan for more than the appraised value of the property. For that reason, if the appraised value comes back lower than the sale price, the deal is jeopardized. Actions or workarounds you could possibly take include your making up the difference in cash, the seller agreeing to lower the price to match the appraisal, or requesting a different appraisal.

9. Commitment

You will feel a big sense of relief when the lender completes a review of the documentation and commits your loan.

10. Walk Through Inspection

Your final walk through takes place just prior to closing. During the walk through inspection, you have your opportunity to assure yourself that the property is in the condition in which you agreed to take it — that all repairs that the seller has agreed to make have been made satisfactorily, and that the property has not sustained any damage since you agreed to buy it.

11. Closing

Closing is the transfer of title to the buyer. You will have to hand over the down payment on the property and your share of the closing costs. Before the day of the closing ask your Realtor exactly how much you’ll need to have on hand.

Done! Once you’ve completed those easy steps, you’ll have your home!