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Gary Twiford Is YOUR Brownwood Texas Real Estate Expert!

A REALTOR® who has knowledge of the Brownwood neighborhoods, local economy, property rules, Brown county schools, etc. is crucial to closing your real estate transaction uninterrupted. I love helping clients buy and sell houses in Brownwood, Texas, and I'm confident I can help you buy or sell your house or commercial property.

No matter what your needs are, you'll need an agent who understands technology and how to apply it to a real estate transaction. You'll love the resources available here such as mortgage calculators, my listings, tips for staging your home and much more - plus the e-mail alerts that I send. But these will never replace the time I personally spend with you, serving as your personal guide through this exciting process.

Looking for listings? Click here to see my listings or contact me today to get you details on any house for sale in Brownwood, Texas.

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Buying a home? Here’s your to-do list
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You’ll have a team of real estate professionals working with you during the homebuying process—like lenders, inspectors, and appraisers, to name a few—but there are still some tasks that are all yours. Start by hiring a Texas REALTOR®, who will guide you through every step of the way, and taking care of a few to-dos that ar...Read More
Why should I care about the MLS?
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A friend is encouraging me to use a Texas REALTOR® to sell my property because then the property will be listed in the MLS. What is an MLS? A multiple listing service (MLS) is a private database of properties listed for sale or lease that REALTORS® can access and contribute to. As MLS participants, REALTORS® use MLSs...Read More
Real estate data is everywhere, but what does it mean?
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We are swimming in data these days. In real estate, you can find statistics, trends, and numerical predictions on home sales prices, foreclosure rates, housing inventory, commercial real estate absorption rates, mortgage activity, prices per square foot, the value of remodeling projects, and more. But what do you do with all this...Read More
Don’t think real estate news is entertaining? Listen to this
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If you have six minutes and a sense of humor, you"ll enjoy the "Inside Texas Real Estate” podcast. It"s a fun show produced monthly about the serious business of real estate in Texas. The March episode discusses statistics about what real estate consumers want—great information if you"re buying or selling pro...Read More
How a break-in affects your lease
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When I was at work, someone broke into the house I’m renting and stole my TV and computer. I don’t feel safe there anymore. Can I terminate my lease? No. A break-in does not give you grounds for early termination of your lease. Have a question about buying, sell, or leasing property in Texas?...Read More
Thinking of selling your home yourself? Here’s what you need to know
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If you’re wondering about the value of hiring a Texas REALTOR®, you’re not alone. But before you decide to do a FSBO (for sale by owner), see if you can answer these questions. How much your home is worth? When it comes to pricing, you can’t rely on estimator websites to give you an accurate value. ...Read More
How to arrive at the best listing price for your property
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Before you list your home for sale, you have to decide on an asking price. Many consumers consult real estate websites, but be aware that not all such websites have reliable information. The best source for reliable info A Texas REALTOR® has the accurate information you need to arrive at a competitive price to ...Read More
Can I send counteroffers to more than one buyer?
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Three different buyers submitted offers for my house. Can I send counteroffers to all three and accept the response I like best? When you make an offer or counteroffer, you give the other party the power of acceptance to create a binding contract. Therefore, if each buyer accepts your counteroffer, you would be legally bound to...Read More
You might become a renter again. Yes, you!
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You probably figure that once you go from being a renter to a homeowner, you’ll never go back. But there are some situations where you might want to rent again. Say you’re thinking of moving downtown but aren’t sure city living will match your expectations. Instead of just going for it, you could rent out the subur...Read More
Texas real estate starts 2015 strong
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Texas had the second-best year ever for home sales  Last year brought increases in single-family home sales and sales prices statewide. Read more from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.  Texas is...Read More