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GARY TWIFORD
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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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  • 1456 Sq ft. (MOL)
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I’m the back-up buyer. When does my option period start?
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
A seller accepted my back-up offer on a home that’s currently under contract to another buyer. I paid for a 10-day option to terminate, but when do my 10 days start? I don’t know if I’ll even get the chance to purchase the house. You have the option to terminate at any time while you’re in the bac...Read More
 
3 ways to prepare for homeownership while renting
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
You may not be quite ready to buy your first home, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start preparing now. Here are three actions you can do while renting that will put you in a better position when you’re ready to buy. Take a homeowner’s budget for a test drive. While you can’t predict all hom...Read More
 
Why selling a house can be a techie’s dream
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
How did anyone ever sell a house before smartphones, texting, and email? My husband and I recently started working with a Texas REALTOR® to sell our home, and these and other tech tools have allowed us the ability to respond quickly to requests for information or signatures. When our Texas REALTOR® sends us a text message to ask ...Read More
 
Afford a home with this resource you may not know about
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
I saw an advertisement about a veterans’ homebuyer-assistance program. A program like this could help me buy my first home, but I’m not a veteran. Are other programs available? Yes. There are a variety of homebuyer-assistance programs available that can help Texans purchase a home. Many of these programs provide hom...Read More
 
Cast your ballot, save some money
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
How often to you get to vote to save yourself some money? Well, put November 3, 2015, on your calendar. The election that day will include a proposition to raise the homestead exemption in Texas from $15,000 to $25,000. The higher the homestead exemption, the lower your property taxes.  It’s a no-brainer, right? I...Read More
 
Why you should ask for the seller’s phone number
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
I like my house, but I think I like the guy who sold it to us better. After my wife and I closed on our house 13 years ago, we walked into the kitchen and found a wonderful surprise left by the previous owner: manuals to the appliances, previous utility bills, cans of paint, and a hand-drawn map of the sprinkler system"s zones. This info...Read More
 
How land is selling in your market
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
Would you like to own a piece of Texas? What about 20 acres of it? If so, you would be among the thousands of landowners this year who purchased a small tract of land in Texas (yes, 20 acres is small by our standards).   So, how much does a small tract of land cost in different regions of the state? Read More
 
What happens when the seller won’t make repairs?
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
I made an offer on a home, and an inspector found several things that need to be repaired that weren’t listed on the seller’s disclosure. The seller refuses to make the repairs. Doesn’t he have to? No. A professional inspection will often reveal items in need of repair that the seller didn’t know about. W...Read More
 
5 questions to ask your listing agent
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
Once your home is on the market, you may start seeing interest from buyers right away. One way you can prepare yourself is to learn how your home will be presented to buyers. So, before you give your Texas REALTOR® the go-ahead to list your property, you may want to ask him or her questions like these: Read More
 
Can a seller refuse to let a buyer inspect?
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
My offer on a property listed “as is” was accepted by the seller, but he won’t make the property available for inspections. I know he doesn’t want to make any repairs, but can he refuse to let me inspect the house? No. If you used the Texas Real Estate Commission’s One to Four Family Residential...Read More