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What happens when you inherit a house in TX?

Inheriting a house is one of the few big surprises that life brings us sometimes. But what happens when you inherit a house in TX? As much as you may want to keep an inherited house, sometimes you may be forced to consider putting it up for sale. Well, selling an inherited house can be […]

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Cash for houses in Houston – how to sell your TX house for fast cash

Yes, Local house sellers are still getting cash for houses in Houston TX even in this real estate market.  Years back, selling a Houston house for cash was quite easy and fun. All you had to do was hang a “For Sale” tag on your front yard and wait for potential buyers to call you… […]

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Who are the cash house buyers in Houston TX?

You’ve seen the “we buy houses in Houston” and “cash for houses” signs all around town when you’re driving around… even in other cities across TX… so who are these cash house buyers in Houston TX?  Are they legit? How does it work?  Who should I trust? We’ll dive into these questions here in this […]

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Tax consequences when selling a house I inherited in Houston

Inheriting a home is a pretty sweet experience, yet bitter at the same time… You are left with great property value you can use to improve your life, but you are still mourning the loss of a loved one. So you may tend to ask yourself at this point “what are the tax consequences when […]

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Foreclosure Effects In Houston TX – What Sellers Need To Know

Foreclosure is a nightmare to any family going through it irrespective of the reasons why they are about to lose their home. Today we are going to look at the foreclosures effects in Houston TX and what local house sellers need to know. First we will look at the effects and the ways of easing them. […]

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The probate process for a house in Houston – don’t get shortchanged

Buying and selling of real estate is big business in any economy in the world. As a population increases, more houses are needed for people to live in and offices for people to work in. Despite this fact of life, real estate transactions can still be very risky propositions! Especially when it comes to probate […]

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