How emergency preparedness features in your house affect your property value.
After last week's crazy-snow-apocalypse without water and electricity for days on end, we’re all asking ourselves what can we do differently to prepare so we can avoid or mitigate against those kinds of situations in the future? The ...View More
Property appraisal notices usually sent to owners on or around April 1, will be delayed this year because of closures caused by COVID-19.
The Tarrant Appraisal District just announced that they are delaying sending out property tax value notices until May 1, 2020.
Jeff Law, chief appraiser ...View More
In case of emergency, you have to consider what you would eat. Now, you go to Walmart and you cannot see anything anymore but some canned meat product. If you are gonna prepare, you need to make sure that what you are gonna buy has long shelf life and most ...View More
Nobody wants to believe this, but this is actually the easiest part of the whole process. Most people get stuck here though because fear and panic has already set in.
This does not mean you are incapable of coming up ...View More
Education plays a vital role in any child’s development, especially the early years. Sending your children off to school can cause any parent a whirlwind of emotions. Knowing you are leaving them in the hands of caring and qualified teachers in an accepting environment will bring peace of mind to ...View More
Millennials—those born between the early 1980s and the mid-1990s—are very influential in the real estate sector. While many lead a single lifestyle, they are also the most likely group to be having babies right now. As they have to survive in today’s economic climate they will often choose to live ...View More
A home inspection is probably one of the most underrated and important pieces of the home buying process. A certified inspector will spend approximately 2-3 hours conducting an inspection and testing on the property. An inspection report that highlights proposed repairs can save potential buyers thousands of dollars. If you ...View More
Home inspections by a licensed property inspector are well worth the money. They have tools to test various components (eg hvac), and experience of seeing hundreds of houses. You can't replace an expert with a checklist.
You can, however, use a checklist like this to prepare your ...View More
If you need to get your home in "market-ready" condition or you need to find everything wrong with your house to serve as evidence in a property tax protest, this checklist will be your best friend.
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