-82,433 square foot lot (per County Records)
-8,270 square foot building (per County Records)
-3 Island Coolers
-1 Upright Cooler
-66 Tables (items per seller representation)
-Unobtrusive cel-phone tower lease pro-vides roughly $450 lease with yearly increases of 3% for the next fifteen years. Available through leaseback agreement. Seller representation,existing contract should be reviewed
with attorney. Subject to compatibility w existing contract. $490,000 asking price with owner finance available.
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Have you ever wanted to own,partner or share in the profits of a cel phone store? Super Cel in the Chavana Office is looking for someone to do just that. WE ARE NOT LOOKING FOR AN HOURLY WORKER,AS WE ALREADY HAVE EMPLOYEES. WE ARE NOT PAYING A WAGE OR SALARY. WE ARE OFFERING A PARTNERSHIP,OWNERSHIP OR PROFIT SHARING OPPORTUNITY.
We are interested in a person with a great deal of experience in the cel phone business to partner with us and to do business development in exchange for ownership,partial ownership or profit sharing. The arrangement will depend on several factors,but if this seems like something that you might be interested in,we would like to speak with you. THIS IS A PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR SOMEONE WHO WANTS TO OPEN A CEL STORE OR BUSINESS but who has not been able to save the money to open one. We have the location,inventory,clientele,contracts,and we need the right person to develop the business.
WE NEED SOMEONE TO. . .
Do outbound phone calls
Pass out flyers
Do in store sales
Promote and manage
And above all else,get business in the door
WE PROVIDE. . .
The product and the space at no cost to you
Leads based on existing customers
A profit-based compensation or ownership
Experience in business development
Strong Spanish/English bilingual skills is a must
Someone who is in a position to invest time and effort for future profits WITH NO IMMEDIATE WAGE.
We are looking for an entrepreneur/business-minded person,not a worker.
Apply by clicking on the Contact Us tab or see our ad on craigslist.
So you want to buy a home?
Contacting a licensed agent is always a good first step. Many people think that our job is to show properties. While that is a big part of what we do,there is much more to our role in your home-buying process. We often charge the buyers absolutely nothing for our services.
Consequently,each agent asks prospective buyers for different requirements before offering a representation agreement. We’d love to explain a little about what we do,and then the requirements that your agent is requesting.
Agents routinely invest around an hour of their time prior to showing properties. Agents check availability,organize a logical showing order and they contact the listing agents for each property that you would like to see. Often they must await a response for their requests.
Agents often invest hours of their time and vehicle costs showing different properties to their clients. They have the expertise,tools and authority to show properties that you might otherwise have a hard time seeing.
Checking Comparable Properties
Before submitting an offer,agents routinely check comparable sales in the area in order to advise you on a reasonable price for your dream home. Agents often arrive at a recommended price after looking through multiple sales,comparing square feet from different sales and reviewing home features.
Submitting an Offer
Once you have selected a house,your agent often uses state-promulgated forms to submit an offer that benefits you. Your agent,except in special circumstances,is your fiduciary and agrees to put your interests above all others. After obtaining your signatures,your agent then submits the contract to the seller,awaits a response then negotiates on your behalf at your pleasure.
Closing is often a complex process,coordinating buyer,seller,agents,title companies and lenders. Your agent helps to coordinate all of this in as simple a way possible for you. Many elements,like the loan,are beyond the control of the agent,but their experience is often a benefit in complex closing situations.
We are Realtors. We love to work for you. We are happy to collect our commission from the seller. In exchange,your agent asks you only for the following:
_____ A recent pre-approval letter from an acceptable
_____ Proof of income documents,including W2s for the last two years and recent check stubs
_____ Proof of down payment money according to the lender’s pre-approval.
_____ If a cash purchase,proof of funds that you will use to purchase the home.
With these items,your Realtor,is glad to extend a representation contract and aid in your home search.
I am a real estate broker,insurance agent,and I own a tax preparation business. Since about 2007,I have focused most of my efforts on developing my insurance practice. I have not put much effort into real esate,mostly because of the state of the market. I think things are turning around,and I would like to develop the real estate arm of my business.
I am looking for someone who can close deals as well as attract new agents to our business,promoting the business model that we develop. I may consider a partnership with the right person,but I prefer to explore a profit-sharing model.
Location:I share an office with my father,who is a practicing attorney. He owns a 4000 square foot building on Little York,between 59 and Aldine Westfield. Support I offer cross-marketing opportunities with my existing insurance clientele,plenty of office space and financial support to get the business plan off and running.
1. English-Spanish bilingual. The more polished the communications skills,the better. This is required.
2. I am looking for someone with a track record of success in sales of some kind.
3. Real estate salesperson license. This is required.
4. Participation in networking or social clubs is a plus Please email resume to this email or call 713-695-3072 for a phone interview
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The Chavana Office
Come Hear About $40 Unlimited Talk,Text and Web
2702 Little York
This 3/1 charms any potential buyer. It boasts tons of curb appeal and pride of ownership. Updated appliances will stay with the property,and custom built ins are second to none. The home has unique no-key-needed burglar bars,which open only from the inside as well as fig and other fruit trees in the backyard,where you will also find a storage shed and covered patio. The roof,a/c and boiler are all newer installations. Click for complete listing.
Houston,TX-Sub-limits on your homeowner’s insurance. Even though you might have tens of thousands of dollars in personal property insurance on your homeowner’s insurance,there is often a sub-limit for jewelry,firearms,furs and other items. You might have as little as $500 in insurance if you don’t declare them and get them appraised upfront. If you need higher limits,call me. 713-695-3072.
The TWIA board of directors met and addressed agenda items that are critical to funding and operations for the next year. Insurance Commissioner Kitzman attended the meeting and said that the administrative oversight of TWIA will continue for the foreseeable future and may continue until TWIA operations and funding are restructured. The independent actuary retained by TWIA to study rates found that residential rates should be increased 47%. The TWIA internal actuary had found rate indications of +22% for residential property. The board decided two years ago to adopt a 5% increase each year until rates are adequate and decided to stick with that strategy and file for a 5% increase in the August filing. This rate increase would become effective 1/1/13. The board also directed the actuary to prepare a rate filing that would establish rating territories and would increase rates overall by 4.7%. They hope to file that rate increase in late August or early September in order to have a 1/1/13 effective date. The combination of the two rate filings would provide an overall rate increase of 9.7% for TWIA policies in 2013.
It is generally a bad idea to place or to receive other peoples’real estate into the names of any person other than the name of the true owner. There is a long tradition of this in the so-called Latino community. This is often done out of “trust”or confidence in the person receiving the title.
Generally speaking,the person receiving the title is the new owner,with few exceptions. It is surprising to hear so commonly,“it is my house,but it is under my cousin’s name.” It is normally the case that the house now actually belongs to the cousin. The cousin can gift the deed back if he chooses and,most importantly,if he is able. The problem is that often the cousin finds himself unable to do so.
There are many reasons people decide to do this. Often,this is a bad idea for many reasons,but here is one reason why. These names are fictitious,but the facts are very close to a real case. We do not represent any party in this story,and do not write about our clients without permission. Nonetheless,it is based on real-life events.
Mr. and Mrs. Arce were happily married. They purchased property A,and everything was fine. Years later,Mr. Arce was approached by Mr. Barrientos,a friend of his,to place property B in Mr. Arce’s name. Mr. Barrientos needed a loan,but he was not credit worthy. Mr. Arce was credit worthy. Mr. A agreed to accept property B,procure the loan,give the loan funds back to Mr. B,and Mr. B was supposed to pay the loan.
Mr. B did pay the loan. There was less than $10,000 owed when Mr. A and his wife decided to get a divorce. Mrs. A is now claiming property B,the property supposedly belonging to Mr. B,as part of her community property.
The biggest mistake is always assuming that trust between two parties can solve anything. Mr. B trusted Mr. A. He did not see the divorce coming,just as he could not have seen any potential IRS judgment coming or many other things which often limit the ability of the grantee to grant the property back to the former owner. Trust is often irrelevant when the original owner is unable or finds it difficult to claim ownership of “his” property.
Our building,located at 2702 Little York has roughly between 1000 and perhaps up to 2000 square feet available. Ideal businesses for this location are a barber shop,cel phone store,bridal shope,photographers,professionals or any other business which can take advantage of Little York’s traffic and our existing foot traffic. Please call 713-695-3072 for more information.