The real estate market has long worked on a simple system: If you want to buy a new house, sell the old one and use the equity for a down payment. But the last few years of low ownership costs and rising rents have some move-up buyers trying a new approach: Buy the new house. Keep the old one. And rent it out. Real estate firm Redfin asked 1,900 prospective home buyers nationwide what they planned to do with their old house when they bought a new one. As you'd expect, the majority said they would sell.
Author:Marilyn Cortez Phone: 956-587-1633 Dated: September 10th 2015 Views: 272 About Marilyn: Always ahead of the highly competitive RGV real estate market, Marilyn Cortez is a Spanish speaking ...
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Always ahead of the highly competitive RGV real estate market, Marilyn Cortez is a Spanish speaking native of the Rio Grande Valley. Born and raised in Mission, Marilyn is committed to her clients, and is recognized as a Top Agent in the Greater McAllen Real Estate area, and within Keller Williams Realty. Since the start of her Real Estate career in 2007, she has sold over 40 million dollars of real estate. Known by her fellow real estate agents to be hardworking, honest, dedicated and motivated, Marilyn is knowledgeable in all areas of Real Estate and has built her business on results, with more than 70% of her clients being repeat clients.
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"I cannot write enough about Marilyn. She made my husband and my buying experience so easy and fun. She is exceptionally patient, never rushing us despite my husband and I having two totally different tastes. She works over the top to try to show us the houses that we would be interested in and always listening to our thoughts. She is such a hard worker; she even closed on my house the same week she gave birth to her adorable baby. I would recommend Marilyn to anyone looking for a new home without hesitation."