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.
Jeff has provided a list of helpful links that will assist you with additional information and resources related to help you make the best decision possible. These are some great links for your TEXAS REAL ESTATE needs.
State of Texas and National Associations
®National Association of REALTORS (NAR) - The National Association of REALTORS®, The Voice for Real Estate®, is the world's largest professional association. REALTOR® members of ABoR are also members of NAR.
®Texas Association of REALTORS (TAR) - Headquartered in Austin, TAR is the state-level organization for REALTORS® in Texas.
Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) - TREC is the state's regulatory agency for real estate brokers and salespersons. Visit this Web site to download forms or obtain licensee information.
®Women's Council of REALTORS (WCR) - The WCR is a community of real estate professionals creating business opportunities, developing skills for the future and achieving their individual potential for success.
Insurance, Property and Tax Resources for Texas
City of Austin - Review Austin's official Web site to learn about city developments, planning and zoning.
Texas A&M Real Estate Research Center - The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University has the answers to your questions on real estate research. Here, you can view home sale statistics from across the state.
Texas Department of Insurance (TDI) - TDI licenses insurance companies, agents, third-party administrators, health maintenance organizations (HMOs), premium finance companies, continuing care retirement communities, and insurance adjusters operating in Texas.
Travis County - The Travis County Tax Assessor Collector collects on behalf of 72 area jurisdictions. Tax rates for those jurisdictions are posted on this site, as they are set by the respective authority.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - Visit the HUD Web site to obtain information on HUD properties and FHA mortgage limits.
Veteran Affairs Loan Guaranty Service - The VA Loan Guaranty Service is the organization within the Veterans Benefits Administration charged with the responsibility of administering the home loan program.
Tax Information for Texas
Txcountydata.com - This site is a comprehensive online source of property tax information for all Texas counties.www.choicemortgagelenders.info - If you're a homeowner, you can borrow against the value of your house through either a home equity line of credit (often called a HELOC) or a home equity loan (often called a HEL). Both are essentially a second mortgage.The appeal of both of these types of loans is their interest rates, which are almost always lower than those of credit cards or conventional bank loans because they are secured.