What’s an Option Period in Texas Real Estate?
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What’s an Option Period in Texas Real Estate?

Texas Option Period If you’ve bought real estate in Texas you are probably familiar with the “option period” clause. The option clause allows buyers and sellers to negotiate a specified time, usually 7 to 10 days, during which a buyer can fully evaluate the condition of the property and perhaps renegotiate the initial offer price…

Can a Seller Refuse a Buyer to Inspect a Property in TX
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Can a Seller Refuse a Buyer to Inspect a Property in TX

Should a Seller Refuse to let a Buyer Inspect Some sellers may think they can avoid making or paying for repairs if they don’t allow the buyer to inspect their property. Not a good idea for a seller to take this approach, especially if they want their property to close. After executing a contract the…

Why Being Pre-Approved is Better Than Pre-Qualified
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Why Being Pre-Approved is Better Than Pre-Qualified

Pre-Approved vs Pre-Qualified Many Central Texas buyers think once they’ve been pre-qualified by a lender for a loan they are pre-approved for a loan. Unfortunately there’s a huge difference between being pre-approved and pre-qualified. What is being Pre-Qualified? Getting pre-qualified by a lender is a fairly simple and its the first step in the loan…