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  • Residential Listing Service

    United Realty Texas realizes each of our homeowners are unique and a one size fits all listing package just doesn't get the job done anymore! We will visit with you and customize a marketing solution that fits your personal situation and goals. Please visit our Sellers Content to see how a URT Professional can help you!
  • Buyer Agency

    Buying a home will be one of the most important and expensive purchase decisions you will be making in life. Having a Real Estate Professional in your corner is a very wise choice. Visit our Buyer Section to see how a URT Professional will work for you on your behalf. Remember if you call the agent on the sign you are not being represented and they have the sellers best interest in mind!
  • Property Management

    If you are an experienced investor or have been thrust into Property Management by the current market and/or economy, URT can customize a solution for your situation. Our real estate professionals are highly trained and experienced in all aspects of managing your investment.

Latest Closing Scam

Submitted by Tony Hager on Thu, 03/24/2016 - 11:24

Warning to Buyers of Real Estate: Closing Scam

According to the Federal Trade Commission and the National Association of REALTORS® scam artist are at it again. According to the warning to consumers that a phishing scam is going on that could leave them with no downpayment or funds to close.

Buying Strategies that Work!

Submitted by Tony Hager on Tue, 02/16/2016 - 00:00
DON'T GET "PRE-QUALIFIED”! Do you want to get the best house you can for the least amount of money? Then make sure you are in the strongest negotiating position possible. Price is only one bargaining chip in the negotiations, and not necessarily the most important one. Often other terms, such as the strength of the buyer or the length of escrow, are critical to a seller. In years past, I always recommended that buyers get "pre- qualified" by a lender. This means that you spend a few minutes on the phone with a lender who asks you a few questions. Based on the answers, the lender pronounces you "pre-qualified" and issues a certificate that you can show to a seller.

Thinking About Buying Your First Home?

Submitted by Tony Hager on Mon, 02/15/2016 - 23:59

Many renters are starting to think about purchasing a home of their own. Several factors should be considered when purchasing a home:


If you purchase a home and get a job transfer or decide to move after only a short time, you may end up paying money in order to sell it. The value of your home may not have appreciated enough to cover the costs that you paid to buy the home and the costs that it would take you to sell your home.

Beating the Stress of Buying a Home

Submitted by Tony Hager on Mon, 02/15/2016 - 23:58

Six Ways To Beat The Stress Of Buying A Home

DEATH, DIVORCE & MOVING are the three most stressful experiences in life. There are two very different kinds of needs that people have while moving. First there are the transactional needs, like finding the home that is just right for you, finding a seller who is realistic, negotiating the price, filling out the paperwork, handling the escrow, and arranging for the move. But there are also emotional needs that are involved when moving, and this is where the biggest stress comes in.


How to Pack Like a Pro

Submitted by Tony Hager on Mon, 02/15/2016 - 23:55

You can save a lot of money if you do the bulk of the packing on your own. Limit yourself to non-fragile items such as books, linens, clothing and shoes and replaceable items such as plates, dishes (not fine china or expensive silverware), and small kitchen appliances. These items will be cheaper to replace in case of damage as opposed to hiring workers for the extra labor. Leave the furniture, mattresses, and heavy appliances to be packed by the mover. 

Common Selling Mistakes

Submitted by Tony Hager on Mon, 02/16/2015 - 00:03

Placing your home on the market is a difficult decision to make. It is also one that also requires a lot of extra attention and work to an already busy schedule. Here are just a few of the common mistakes to try and avoid when you place your home for sale:

1. Placing the Wrong Price on Your Property

 Every seller obviously wants to get the most money for his or her home. Ironically, the best way to do this is NOT to list your home at an excessively high price! A high listing price will cause some prospective buyers to lose interest before even seeing your property.