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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.

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Selling property near water? You might need to put this in the contract
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A law that goes into effect September 1 requires a change if you’re selling residential or commercial property that adjoins certain bodies of water. Here’s a list of the lakes and reservoirs included in the law. The law requires that...Read More
Can I ask if other applicants want the apartment?
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I applied for a lease and asked the property manager if there were other applicants for the unit I’m looking at. She declined to answer my question. Can she do that? Yes. She can decline to answer the question if the landlord has instructed her to do so, because property managers are not required to inform you...Read More
Are these rumors keeping you from being a homeowner?
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
Many people get misinformation about the homebuying process. Don’t let false rumors like these keep you from buying your own property:  “You can’t buy property if you have a history of bad credit.” You don’t need a perfect credit score to qualify for a loan, and you can take step...Read More
Why grading schools is good for Texas
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
In Lehman"s Terms Growing up in Texas, I was frequently called to the principal’s office. But last week, something new happened: I was called to an office full of superintendents.  The reason? Some of these school administrators don’t like the fact that the Texas Association of REALTORS® actively supported ...Read More
How to buy more than the house
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
In a real estate deal, you can ask for anything. While the other party doesn’t have to agree to your request, everything is negotiable … even items that don’t usually stay with a property.  Buyers sometimes ask for items like the refrigerator or clothes washer and dryer to transfer or "convey" with the p...Read More
My listing agreement ended. Why do I have to pay my former broker a commission?
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
My TAR residential listing agreement ended July 1. A buyer who looked at my house in June submitted an offer on July 20 that I accepted. Today, my former listing broker called and said I owe her a commission on this sale—something about a protection period and this buyer being on a list she gave me. Do I have to pay the broker?Read More
The highest offer isn’t always the best
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
Price may be the most important factor when deciding whether to accept a buyer’s offer for your home, but it’s not the only one. Here are some other considerations: Do you have the time? If you need to close as soon as possible—or if your circumstances require a later date—you may prefer an ...Read More
An easy way to lower the cost of homeownership
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
In Lehman"s Terms Texas property owners scored several victories during the most recent session of the Texas Legislature. I think the biggest of these victories is landmark legislation that could lower your property tax and prevent a tax on real estate sales—important if you ever buy or sell property. I say “could&r...Read More
What low oil prices really mean for Texas home sales
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
What do you get when you mix rising demand for Texas homes with decreasing inventory? The perfect recipe for a strong seller’s market. And that’s just what happened in the second quarter of 2015, according to the latest Texas Quarterly Housing Report, despite concerns that lower oil prices would have a negative impact o...Read More
It’s not going to fix itself … really
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
I’m not sure who’s more to blame: me or the woodpecker. About a year ago, I heard a knocking noise coming from a bedroom in my house. I discovered that it wasn’t coming from the room, but outside it—a woodpecker was having quite a time on a trim board near the roof. I poked my head out the window and saw t...Read More