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Own Realty Group

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Expertise

Own Realty Group is a full service real estate brokerage representing buyers, sellers, tenants and investors of single family, and multi-family residential real estate.

Experience in the area

Own Realty Group real estate professionals have over 20 years experience buying, selling, leasing and investing in real estate. Own Realty Group is also the investment management company for the Houston Real Estate Investors Network. Own Realty Group professionals host weekly seminars and workshops on buying, selling, leasing and investing. Since 2002 Own Realty Group professionals have completed thousands of transactions representing buyers, sellers, tenants and investors.

Organizations

National Association of Realtors, Texas Association of Realtors, Houston Association of Realtors, Real Estate Investors Network, REI Connect

Education/Credentials

Introduction to Commercial Real Estate, Real Estate Brokerage I, Real Estate Principles I & II, Avoiding Landmines in the Earnest Money Contract, Short Sales and Seller Financing, Generating Buyers by Marketing the New Stimulus Plan, What Realtors Should Know About Reverse Mortgages, Property Management I, Real Estate Marketing I, Marketing - Business Brokerage, Opportunities and Advantages of Residential Service Contract, Law of Agency, Law of Contracts, Inspections for Real Estate Agents, Understanding the Fundamentals of Loan Processing and Underwriting, Introduction to Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Investing Principles, Real Estate Investment Strategy, Investing in Real Estate with Lease Options, Investment Feasibility Analysis

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2015-11-16 Houston:

Depending on your goals and objectives, Houston is an excellent market for real estate investing. Houston was recently ranked one of the top real estate investing markets worldwide. Our investors look

2013-09-03 Earnest Money:

This is a good question. In Texas you don't have to resolve the earnest money before accepting a new offer. The money will go to the state until claimed by you or the buyer. We always have the buyer sign

2012-09-02 Intermediary:

In the initial meeting, the broker or salesperson should fully explain whom he or she will represent in the prospective transaction. If a broker proposes to represent each party as an intermediary, written

2012-08-08 division of mineral rights:

If a person dies without a will, and the deed to the property does not expressly include joint tenancy with survivorship language then issues arise as to which persons have title to that property and in

 

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