5 Reasons To Consider Investing In Single Family Rentals

Posted by Jamie Dinh // October 24, 2018

Right now, is an ideal time to invest in single family rentals. With rental demand high coupled with near record low interest rates it has created the perfect storm for buy and hold investors. As profitable as a quality rental property may be there are still many investors who only focus on fix and flip […]

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Keys to Increase Your Katy Home Value at Any Budget

Posted by Jamie Dinh // April 9, 2018

Katy Home Value

Upgrades can be good. Upgrades that boost your Katy home value are even better. Whether you are planning to sell your Katy home in the near future or just have some extra time to do home improvement projects now that your kids are out of the house, you can channel your inner DIY-self and get […]

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What is APR and Why Does It Matter to Stafford Home Buyers?

Posted by Jamie Dinh // April 2, 2018


The Annual Percentage Rate, or APR, is how much fees and interest you will pay when you obtain a mortgage to buy your house.  The other fees are important because your interest rate is a set percent (with traditional mortgages) but that is not where the costs end. This is why Stafford home buyers need […]

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7 Tips for Saving the Most Money During a New Houston Home Build

Posted by Jamie Dinh // March 26, 2018

New Houston Home

Many people dream of building their own new Houston home.  They want to make the Houston house perfect in every way, with each room carefully crafted to fit their needs.  While building a new Houston home can help someone love where they are living, it does not come cheap.   Here are seven tips to […]

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How to Protect Yourself when Hosting a Sugar Land Open House

Posted by Jamie Dinh // March 19, 2018

Sugar Land Open House

When hosting a Sugar Land open house, home sellers know to follow the basics when it comes to locking any valuable and taking care of your dirty laundry. But there’s a lot more to be aware of when you are opening up your Sugar Land home to strangers.   Here are seven things home sellers […]

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Katy Home Buyers: The 3 Stages to Buying the Perfect House

Posted by Jamie Dinh // March 12, 2018

Katy Home Buyers

Many Katy home buyers have dreamed of the perfect house.  They imagine what they would add in to make it their own.  Some even map out what they would like the yard to be.   With all of these wonderful ideas about what a house could be like, buying a Katy house is a completely […]

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Why Selling Early in 2018 Might Mean Big Money

Posted by Jamie Dinh // March 5, 2018


In the decade since the Great Recession the housing market has bounced back strong. For some it is hard to remember the fall out that devastated the real estate market all of those years ago.  Markets today are higher than ever and, once again, Stafford homes are selling at record prices. Buyers want to get […]

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Investing in Houston Real Estate With Bad Credit

Posted by Jamie Dinh // February 26, 2018

Houston Real Estate

The popular trend on television is people flipping homes to become wealthy. Flipping homes is one of the most popular ways to invest in Houston real estate currently. The idea sounds good, but what if you have a low credit score? If you have a credit score below 601, which the credit bureaus mark as […]

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My Houston House Is Worth What?

Posted by Jamie Dinh // February 19, 2018

Houston House

You’re thinking of listing your Houston house.  The first question will probably be: how much is my Houston home worth?   If you are in the early stages of thinking about listing your house, you can look to recent sale prices of homes in your Houston area to gauge housing values. Look at the Comps […]

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Why You Should Talk to a Lender Before You are Ready to Purchase a Katy House

Posted by Jamie Dinh // February 12, 2018


Most of us have had or do have situations that might make us think we need to wait to speak with a lender about purchasing a Katy home. Maybe we are embarrassed by our credit history, or do not think we have enough money to pay our monthly expenses and still qualify for a mortgage. […]

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