Buying Process

Good local schools, great municipal services, convenient public transportation – these are a small number of factors many consider when choosing where to live and which home to buy. I can help you better understand what your needs are. No matter what your budget is, I have the perfect home for you. As a certified Real Estate Agent, I will be with you every step of the way, from helping you narrow your search to guiding you through the negotiation process. Everyone deserves to own their own home. Interested in finding out more? Contact me to see how you can get started today. 

Recent Sales

ADDRESS REPRESENTED PRICE
9801 Wildcat Ridge
Godley, TX 76044
Buyer $359,900
724 Date Ct.
Burleson, TX 76028
Buyer $220,000
417 Windy Hill Ln.
Fort Worth, TX 76108
Buyer $200,000
7916 Caribia Ct.
Fort Worth, TX 76123
Buyer/Seller $300,000
3410 Princewood Ct.
Arlington, TX 76016
Buyer $226,000
5209 Ambassador Dr.
Midlothian, TX 76065
Buyer $231,000
2620 Galemeadow Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76123
Buyer $138,500

Recent Blog Posts

Things to Look for When Buying Real Estate

There are all kinds of things you will want to consider when buying the real estate that your family will call home. The problem is that far too many get caught up in the small or cosmetic details of the purchase and search that they forget the primary needs of the...

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No Time Like The Present To Buy

Thinking about buying your first home, or perhaps upgrading from your current place? Thanks to the current economic climate and game-changing technology in the housing market, now is the perfect time to take the plunge. Low interest rates.  Lenders are giving buyers...

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Hidden Home Buying Costs

Budgeting for buying a home can be difficult enough when you're just weighing mortgage options and a purchase price. But there are many other factors that go into the cost of home ownership. Some of them are one-time expenses that you'll pay during the home buying...

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Five ways you can get earnest money back

No matter how much time you spend on researching and educating yourself about your home purchase, it's hard to cover every detail. Here are a few tips for avoiding rookie mistakes with your first home purchase.  Earnest money is a deposit you pay when you make an...

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New home? Here’s how to save

When you've just purchased a new home, there's a ton on your mind. There's moving, decorating, getting to know your new neighborhood, and more. Here are a few things that should be at the top of your to-do list, because they'll save you a lot of money. Check on your...

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What to avoid before you buy

Even with the help of a trusted real estate professional, it's easy to fall into some common traps when you're buying a home. Here are some of the most common regrets from home buyers-make sure to consider them before you make similar decisions. Using all of your...

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Thinking about buying soon? Make sure your credit is in order

There's no more important time to work on your credit score than when you're about to apply for a mortgage. Improving your credit can save you a ton of money-we're talking about thousands of dollars over the life of the loan. Here are the actions you can take that...

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Five tips for first-time buyers

No matter how much time you spend on researching and educating yourself about your home purchase, it's hard to cover every detail. Here are a few tips for avoiding rookie mistakes with your first home purchase. 1. Save as early as you can: Even if you think your years...

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Why Buy An REO?

An REO is real estate owned by the bank, and many investors consider an REO property to be money just waiting to happen. An REO is different from a foreclosure property in that the bank has already tried to sell it at a foreclosure auction and has had no luck getting...

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