Gorgeous Home for sale in N Fort Worth




 13149 Red Robin Drive, Fort Worth, TX 76244






Agent's Perspective .......

When is a good time to list your home?

This is a question commonly asked by many potential sellers.


It is a well known fact that many homeowners list their homes for sale in the Spring so that they can be situated before Fall school starts.


Statistically, the summer & fall season has been shown to have the highest number of sales. Individually, Fall happens to have the highest percentage of listings sales. And the lowest? Spring!


Springtime is a hard time to sell. Buyers do start buying in Spring, However, they also had more homes to choose from while in the Winter, the buyers had only a less homes to choose from.  Inventory in Spring jumps and there just aren’t enough buyers to compensate for the jump. The other thing that happens is because there are so many homes coming on the market, buyers wait to find that “perfect” match which leaves many homes sitting.


In summation: Fall is a great time to get your home on the market. There’s serious buyers who didn’t find the home they liked during the Summer. There’s less competition than the Summer because the listings are expiring, and you get the bonus of the *NEW* listing label with less days on market than the other active listings.


Just like any other time of the year though, it comes down to 3 things: Marketing, Condition, Price.


I'll provide the marketing. You provide the condition. We'll work the pricing together.

Multi family Property for sale in SW Fort Worth

$149,000 4 units full occupancy
Great opportunity to own a nice rental property. All units have fridges & Stoves. 2 upstairs units have balconies & porches. 2 units downstairs have small fenced backyard & porches. Owner pays water or can be charged to tenants.Covered parking. Cert. occupancy. 100% occupancy.Sell as-is. 

New Listing in SW Fort Worth (SOLD)


8112 Autumn Creek Trail, Fort Worth, TX 76134

Nice, beautiful one story home with an open floor plan concept in a small quiet neighborhood. Good curb appeal. Split bedrooms. Nice extended open patio in backyard. Close to I35 & major businesses. 

Common First-Time Home Buyer Mistakes

1. They don’t ask enough questions of their lender and end up missing out on the best deal.

2. They don’t act quickly enough to make a decision and someone else buys the house.

3. They don’t find the right agent who’s willing to help them through the homebuying process.

4. They don’t do enough to make their offer look appealing to a seller.

5. They don’t think about resale before they buy. The average first-time buyer only stays in a home for four years.

Source: Real Estate Checklists and Systems, www.realestatechecklists.com.  

Listing in Historical Fort Worth (SOLD)

Address: 910 Grand Ave, Fort Worth, TX 76124

Real Estate Corner.........

Q.  What Should I Know About Buying A Foreclosed Home?

 A.  There are advantages and disadvantages to buying a foreclosed home.
Here are some general tips:

See the house in person.  Don't rely on a low price and internet pictures.

Conduct a title search.  Find out whether it has a second mortgage or a lien on it.

Get an up-to-date inspection.  Conditions change and older inspections probably no longer apply. Budget for repairs and renovations.  Chances are the longer the house has been vacant, the more problems there may be.

Study the neighborhood.  Is the house in a crime area or surrounded by other foreclosures?

Get expert help.  Work with a real estate agent who is experienced in foreclosures. If you have any questions, or need capable and trustworthy representation, please email me at jmijol@yahoo.com 

                               For Sale By Owner
    One of the most compelling reasons on why homeowners bypass the services of a real estate agent is due to hefty commissions. In US, the typical agent's commission starts at 6% of the property selling price.
    Nowadays, the internet provides a base for FSBO to market their properties. For example, forsalebyowner.com, FSBO MLS, etc make it possible to be successful.
    With the advent of social medias like facebook, tweeter, youtube, linkin, etc it becomes more a reality for homeowners to tap into these resources, if done properly.
    Marketing a property is not easy as it looks. There is a lot of work involved - legal & marketing implications. Properties listed by agents can command high selling prices. 
     So leave the driving to the pros. Relax & enjoy while all the work is being done for you. Just pocket your check at closing!


Your 2012 property values for tax assessment are now available for viewing on the respective county website.

If you feel that your proposed valuation is unfair, and need to contest it, call me or fill out a 'Home Value Request' for a comparative market analysis before you meet one of the property assessors.


Feeling Scrunched In Your Current Home?

Maybe you just had a child and you need more space. Or have that nagging claustrophobic feeling.

Or maybe you just need a positive change in your environment.

Either way, I can help. My service programs can help you find the perfect home. It's easier than you think. Just send me an email by clicking here, jmijol@yahoo.com or call me at: (682) 429-2559.

My promise: there's never any pressure or hassle – I'm here to help! 


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Real Estate Corner.......

Q.  What Things Should I Consider Before Making An Offer On A Home?  

A.  First, determine how much home you can afford.  As a rule of thumb (and only a rule of thumb), you can afford to buy a home equal in price to about three times your gross annual income.  More precisely, however, the price you can afford to pay for a home will depend on six factors: 
                      1) Your income;
                      2) The amount of cash you have available for down payment, closing costs, and cash reserves required by the lender;
                      3) Your outstanding debts;
                      4) Your credit history;
                      5) The type of mortgage you select; and 
                      6) Current interest rates.   

         The process of buying a home is much easier if you start out by getting pre-qualified or even pre-approved with your lender for a home loan.  This amount will let you know how much home you can buy, and makes you a more credible buyer.  

         To get a free money-saving report, “8 Secrets For Saving Thousands When Finding, Buying And Financing Your Home,”   Please Call Me With ANY Real Estate Question At: 682.429.2559

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