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It comes with no surprise to see a lot of people huddling to the Lone Star State. Texas, being the second highly populated in the United States, is also one of the biggest and most rapidly-growing states. Surely, there are plenty of reasons why you should love living in Texas – from the delectable beef brisket to the flourishing economy.

Although finding a home in Texas can be so much fun and exciting, there is no assurance that all things can go smoothly. Thus, you can expect to encounter some challenges. We have gathered some of the frequently asked questions when moving to Texas to give you the advantage of the early start.

What are the Most Frequently Asked Questions when Moving to Texas?

1. Are there brand new homes for sale in Texas

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Texas is definitely one of the states you can call home. Having lots of affordable but diversified lands, harmonious communities, unflagging sunshine, and interactive indoor and outdoor lifestyle, there is no wonder why a lot of people are eyeing a home in the Lone Star State where they can happily live together with their family. And given that demand, Texas tiny houses have been very prominent and are noticeably on the rise.

Tiny houses may look small in their typical size of not more than 400 square feet. However, the extensive publicity, as well as the sophistication that embody them, are remarkable. A lot of people are driven by the inventive and minimalist concepts of these tiny houses. Many are attracted to the simplicity of living emphasized by

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Selling a house may not be that easy, especially if it is going to be your first time doing it. Pricing the property correctly and getting a good home appraisal are vital steps in the process of home-selling. Hence, it is always recommended to come prepared. Essentially, appraisals have so much weight to carry and they normally determine the probability of closing a sale. Thus, making sure that you have properly priced your property is the key.

However, the National Association of Realtors says that problems that are related to home appraisals are one of the most common causes of late loan settlements. That is why it is recommended that you have a good understanding of an appraisal and why it is important to the process or mortgage as well as how it

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So, what is your understanding between a real estate agent and a Realtor? A lot of people thought that these terms are interchangeable. However, it is the best time to correct that wrong perception. Not all real estate agent is considered a Realtor. Although both the real estate agent and Realtor have a license to sell a property, they have distinctions from each other.

People in the industry are certain that there is a difference between a real estate agent and a Realtor. However, they are also aware that these distinctions are quite a secret in the industry. A lot of consumers did not know that the distinctions and many are not even aware that there is even a uniqueness between them. This article will explain the difference between a real estate

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Whereas many people refer to the DFW as one entity, the fact is Dallas and Fort Worth are two distinct cities with a detached history.

Both cities are joined at the hip by an urban stretch that is linked by 30 miles of suburbs including the Trinity Railway Express light rail system.

Despite some similarities, the two cities couldn't be any more different. Dallas is widely popular for its prominent big business and contemporary architecture while Fort Worth embraces a historical Wild West character.

VIP Realty receives calls from all over the country and around the world from buyers looking to move to either Dallas or Fort Worth.

If you have any questions about real estate anywhere throughout Texas don't hesitate to call us on our toll-free

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The small city of Little Elm is located in Denton County, roughly an hour's drive north of Dallas. As recently as 2000, the lakeside city of Little Elm was still a bedroom community of approximately 3,600 residents. Today, it is one of Denton County's newest cities with a population of over 50,000 residents. 

With one of the 7th fastest population growths in the DFW area, development in Little Elm is in line with neighboring cities such as Frisco and McKinney.  

The tremendous growth Little Elm has been experiencing has seen a steady stream of new residents looking to set down family roots in the area.  

If you are searching for a place that promotes functionality, livability, and enduring beauty, VIP Realty offers listings

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So, you have been dreaming of owning your own home in Texas. After analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of whether to buy or build, you have settled on building. The main question is how much does it cost to build a house in Texas? Are there any hidden charges you need to be aware of?

In comparison to both the west coast and the east coast, Texas is much more affordable per square foot for both land and building. In fact, the bulk of people moving from California to Texas often times sell a home and then buy or build a bigger house in Texas for almost half price.

The cost of building a new home in Texas will depend on several factors including:

· Location of your home

· The building materials and products you select

· Pricing

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Do you need to sell your property fast, but worried that its condition, location, or size won’t sell quickly? If that’s the case, choosing a company that buys houses could be your best option.

Rather than dealing with a real estate agent and placing your home on the MLS, you may want to consider using a cash home buying company. You can sell your home in under 14 days, and you don’t have to do any costly repairs, host open houses, or pay closing costs.

You can even leave your home in its current condition and the cash home buying company will buy your house in “as-is” condition.

In this guide, we’ll break down how the process works, and review the companies that buy houses online.

1) How Do Cash Home Buying Companies Work?

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Buying a house is a dream come true for many, but there are several important things to consider.

When buying a home with a septic system, there are questions you should ask the seller specifically about the septic system. If you’re looking for the best time to sell your house, you’ll discover that it’s a good idea to have a septic inspection before selling.

Septic inspections are crucial for the health of the occupants of the home, so homeowners need to schedule the inspections regularly. Armed with the right information about the septic system in the home, you can make a proper decision about the value of the house or have an estimate of future maintenance costs you may have to incur.

 

Here is a list of the most important questions to ask

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Voted the #1 Best Place to Live in America by Money in 2014, McKinney is the 19th largest city in the state of Texas. The city’s allure stems from its affordable living, low crime, excellent schools, signature neighborhoods, and much more. Located 32 miles north of Dallas, this beautiful north Texas town sits in Collin County.

Historic buildings and unique, welcoming developments make it difficult for buyers to make a choice. This useful guide will ease your relocation to one of the top five best neighborhoods to live in McKinney, Texas.

Craig Ranch

Named the 2014 Master-Planned Community of the year by Dallas Builders Association, Craig Ranch is located about 8.5 miles southwest of Downtown McKinney. Home to luxurious properties and

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