My name is David Board and I’m a real estate agent representing clients in Bastrop and Austin, TX. I just returned from the Keller Williams Realty Family Reunion in Phoenix, AZ. This conference is one of the largest real estate conferences in the world and I heard from some of the best in the business. Keller Williams gathered over 10,000 of its top real estate agent professionals to share the best strategies and technology for helping buy or sell your home. If your thinking of moving please contact me today at 512-629-6107
As a real estate professional specializing in residential sales in the Austin and Bastrop communities I had the pleasure of doing an interview with KEYE News Reporter Alex Boyer about when should a home owner who’s selling a home disclose a death to potential buyers. Texas Property code requires that sellers of a home disclose a death that occurred on property other than a death caused by: natural causes, suicide, or accident unrelated to the Property’s condition. Section 5.008 of the Texas Property code is available here. So basically what the code is saying is that if a murder or a death caused by the property condition occurs on the property, the home owner is bound by law to disclose that information to any potential buyer. Surprising the are some exceptions to this law that applies to foreclosures, bank owned homes, homes that are under the control of a trustee or rental properties. These individuals do not have to disclose murders that occurred on the property in fact they are exempt for disclosing anything.
Let me ask you this. Would you purchase a home knowing a murder occurred on the property?
I actually represented some awesome client’s several months ago that were looking to purchase a nice two story home in the Del Valle area and the property owner as required by law disclosed that a murder/suicide occurred in the home. My client’s didn’t want to know the details of the murder but decided to move forward with the purchase anyways. Unfortunately the home was appraised way below the market value and the seller refused to negotiate with my client’s on the sale price and the deal fell through. But the good new I found them another home in Del Valle, TX and they are some happy clients.
If you would like additional information about what you are required to disclose as a home owner or if your looking to purchase a home and want to know what should be disclosed give me a call. I would love to earn your real estate business.
Cedar Creek, Texas a small community within Bastrop County. What natives like to call “their little wide spot in the road”. Picturesque farms, ranches, single and 2 story homes dot this beautiful countryside. Cedar Creek has recently made its mark in Central Texas as a hot spot to live, work and play in the not quite so racy fast lane of Austin, Texas, thanks to the addition of the new Circuit of the Americas F1 Racing Track.
An ideal location if you are looking to purchase investment property, or start a new business in a growing community. Are you a racing enthusiast that just wants to be close to the Formula 1 Facility? As your real estate agent David Board Properties can assist you with purchasing land for business or investing, and homes for living.
Cedar Creek, Bastrop County is the perfect location for all of these ventures. With worldwide visitors flocking to the circuit for the F1 United States Grand Prix, mega concert events like Sting and the Austin Fan Fest, these events can only benefit your business.
If you are looking to purchase a home within close proximity to Austin, then Cedar Creek is a great choice for a location. Located just off of Highway 71, a short ride to Austin Bergstrom International Airport and Austin. With the new state of the art Cedar Creek High School-(which was awarded Academic Distinction by the Texas Education Agency), up and coming sports teams (Go Eagles), elementary, middle and intermediate schools and community programs. Cedar Creek is great choice if you have children. The small town feeling welcomes you as you visit local restaurants and shops many off the beaten path but well worth the trip.
Allow me, David L. Board to earn your business and represent all of your real estate needs in the Austin/Bastrop communities. I have lived and worked in Bastrop County for over 25 years and know the area like I know my own backyard. I represent buyers, sellers and those interested in leasing their home or commercial business. I also provide a referral service and assist with relocating to different cities or states. I can provide you with a custom guided tour of hundreds homes or land parcels available in the area based on your individual taste and family needs. Give me a call today to discuss what options are available to you and to schedule an appointment to see what I can do for you. I would be honored earn your business.
- New Austin Listings increased 14.5 percent to 2,809.
- Pending Sales were up 19.9 percent to 2,356.
- Inventory levels shrank 20.3 percent to 7,107 units.
- Median Sales Price increased 12.8 percent to $219,875.
- Days on Market was down 31.1 percent to 42 days.
- Months Supply of Inventory was down 34.3 percent to 2.8 month
Caldwell County Home For Sale Here is is folks, a horse lovers dream home located in Caldwell County near Lockhart, Texas. This 4-bedroom, 3-bath 2,513 sf home is located on (3) three acres of 100% fenced in property complete with a workshop, covered carport and a girls airconditioned playhouse. This home is located near the F1 Race Track, I30 Toll Road, 20 minutes to Austin, 15-minutes to Austin Bergstrom Airport, 20 minutes to Bastrop and 15-min to Lockhart, TX. This Caldwell County home is also eligible for USDA 100% financing and we can work it to roll in all your closing cost so that you can walk into the beautiful Lockhart, TX home with little or no out of pocket money. So what are you waiting for? Give me a call today and make this your Lockhart dream home.