3 reasons to contact your REALTOR after the sale
12/11/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff
Once your transaction successfully closes, you may not expect to be in touch with your Texas REALTOR® until you’re ready to buy or sell again. Don’t be so quick to lose contact, though. There are several ways a Texas REALTOR® can help you after your sale. Here are three times it’s worth it to reach out.
When it’s property-tax appraisal time. If you plan to protest your property-tax appraisal, you can contact your Texas REALTOR® for help gathering evidence to support your challenge.
When you’re thinking about remodeling. Get an insider’s perspective about whether adding that deck really will be attractive in resale, or if it’s worth the cost to build an addition or better to find a new property.
When you need a plumber, a roofer, a landscaper … If you’re brand new to an area, you may not know who to turn to when you need certain services. Your Texas REALTOR® may be able to tell you about service providers in your new neighborhood who you can interview for the job.
The next time you have a question about homeownership, consider contacting your Texas REALTOR®—even if you’re not quite ready to buy or sell.
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