Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Blackhorse Ranch Cypress Texas Golf Course Community

Popular 1 story Plantation Home "Essex" Floorplan.  Situated in exclusive private Blackhorse Ranch Golf Course.  Upgrades galore include premium over sized cul-d-sac lot.  Sprinkler system,  42' maple custom kitchen cabinets, granite countertops, double crown molding, chair railing. 

Four bedrrom, three full bathrooms.  Includes study with french doors.  Sun room or flex room with tile flooring.  Spacious family room complete with gas fireplace and built in cabinets.   Low maintenance ALL BRICK home.  Easy access to Hwy 290, beltway and the newTollway 99. 

To schedule an appointment contact Amanda Nicodemus 281-380-5589.

Listing broker: Main Realty

Friday, May 2, 2014

Champion Forest Executive Home - $479,000

Grand Southern plantation executive home in coveted Champion Forest in Spring Texas. Attention to interior architectural details are evident beginning with the beautiful crown moldings, hardwood floors,door way moldings & two story wood paneled den. Hard to find apartment over garage offers beautifully appointed living space for guests or family; can also be game room or media room. Private cul-de-sac lot with swimming pool, spa & covered patio. This home has been completely remodeled including bathrooms & kitchen. Fourth bedroom upstairs is currently used as a Media room but can be restored back upon request.

 Highly acclaimed Klein Independent school district.

Contact Amanda Nicodemus at 281-380-5589 for a private showing.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Just Listed! 28618 FM 2920 Waller Texas 77484

Just Listed! 28618 FM 2920 Waller Texas 77484

Enjoy the peace and quiet of country living! Just imagine riding your horses in the country!  Makes a great location for your home based business with frontage off FM 2920. Prairie View A&M University is just a few miles away. Call Amanda 281-380-5589 more more information or to schedule an appointment. Price is negotiable.  Low property taxes!

REDUCED PRICE! Remote controlled wrought iron access gate. New asphalt driveway. New light yellow exterior paint. Home situated on a 2 acre improved lot! Great location just minutes from Hwy 290 West. Completely Remodeled! 

Over sized bedrooms. Indoor laundry room. Stainless steel appliances. Tiled living area. Carpeted bedrooms. Storage shed. No restrictions.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Celebrate Halloween at Creekside YMCA

Come celebrate Halloween at the Outdoor Family Fright Fest featuring Trick or Treating on the Trails, traditional festival games and booths including treatwalk, face painting, moon walk, tattoo art, ghost toss, haunted tree  houses and teepees, arts/crafts, pumpkins, photo booth and more. Children and families are encouraged to wear friendly festive costumes.

Admission is Free but all guests are encouraged to bring a non-perishable food item for the local food pantry. Donations are welcomed. Concessions also available to purchase.

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 6464 Creekside Forest
 The Woodlands,  TX    77381

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

MortgageOrb: Lawsuit: Bank of America Lied To Homeowners Seeking Loan Modifications

Six former Bank of America Corp. employees have reportedly filed a lawsuit in Massachusetts federal court alleging that the bank deliberately denied loan modifications to eligible homeowners in order to force them into foreclosure.

The former employees, who worked at different bank offices across the U.S. up until last year, claim they were told by upper management to lie to homeowners about the status of their mortgage payments and documents for the purpose of forcing them into foreclosure or getting them to sign modified "in-house" loans at rates of up to 5%, according to a CNBC report.

MortgageOrb: Lawsuit: BofA Lied To Homeowners Seeking Loan Modifications

Friday, May 10, 2013

Building your Home Equity is still a Sensible Investment in your Future

Why Home Equity Beats Facebook Equity

Facebook’s IPO and subsequent stock value points up a simple truth: It’s easy to get caught up in the notion of getting rich quick. But there’s no surer way to wealth than home ownership.
As Facebook’s IPO approached, it was easy to start traveling down the “what if” path: “What if I had equity in Facebook?!? How rich would I be?”

If my parents had only bought me Berkshire Hathaway stock for my first birthday in 1962, I’d have made some serious money in stock equities.

Alas, they didn’t recognize the hot stock of their era any more than I would recognize the hot stock of mine.

Like most Americans, it’s home equity, not stock equity, that will pad my bank account when I hit the retirement finish line.

About two-thirds of Americans invest in home ownership, but only half of us invest in stocks. (I suspect this is in no small part because we have to make our mortgage payments every month or the bank comes and takes our houses back.)

The fact is, more of us are getting rich by buying and paying off our homes than by picking the next Facebook.

Here are some interesting facts from the National Center for Real Estate Research:
  • 6 in 10 of us have more home equity than stock equity.
  • One-fifth of Americans’ total net worth is home equity.
  • Home owners accumulate, on average, $167,000 in their lifetimes, compared to $42,000 for renters.
  • The median wealth for the poorest American home owners, those earning less than $20,000, is 81 times that of renters with similar income.
In a recent study that took into account falling home prices, buying was still more likely to generate wealth than renting, simply because renters are more inclined to spend instead of save and invest in stocks.

The bottom line is this: Even if renting appears cheaper on a spreadsheet, the forced savings of home ownership leads to wealth more reliably than renting. Many of us simply don’t have the willpower or motivation to save our discretionary income and invest it in stocks.

So unless you’ve got the inside track on the next hot future IPO, keep making your mortgage payments.

What’s worth more right now, your IRA or your home?

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