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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.

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Keep up with the changes in the real estate market
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Say you bought your home seven years ago and you’re ready to move. You’re thinking of selling on your own. After all, you remember most of the steps in the process, and things couldn’t have changed that much since then, could they? Well, here are just a few differences … A new law requires disclosu...Read More
Proposition 1 does not hurt school funding
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
In Lehman"s Terms The purpose behind this column is to simplify legislative jargon and offer a clear understanding of public policy. Explaining the complicated wording of Proposition 1 on the statewide November 3 ballot is a perfect topic. The simple effort to lower property taxes and ban a tax on real estate sales has resulted...Read More
When you should call 811
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You know to dial 911 in an emergency, but have you heard of 811? That’s the number to call before digging around your home. Texas law requires a call to 811 before any excavation that"s 16 inches or more deep to allow for underground utilities to be located and marked. Not sure how deep you"ll be digging? Call 811. The call and&nbs...Read More
The house I’m renting is facing foreclosure. What now?
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I just found out the owner of the house I’m renting is behind on his mortgage and facing foreclosure. Will I be able to stay in the house through the end of my lease? Should I even pay my rent to him since he’s losing the property? Unless the property has actually been sold at foreclosure, you should continue...Read More
Update your voter registration, save money on your taxes
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
Proposition 1 on the November 3 statewide ballot will lower your property taxes. But you can’t vote for Prop 1 if your voter registration isn’t current. October 5 is the deadline to register to vote in the November election. If you moved, Read More
Demand for Texas housing remains strong
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San Antonio-area home sales up over last year Sales and price growth in the city are on par with statewide activity. Read more from Texas Public Radio.  Texas cities are among the top housing marketsRead More
How to get answers to your real estate questions
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Have you ever gone to one of those online property-listing sites and visited the message boards? People ask all sorts of questions, like How much is my home is worth? Should I add a deck before selling my house? Can I qualify for a loan? How much should my downpayment be? It’...Read More
Increase funding for transportation infrastructure without new taxes or debt
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In Lehman"s Terms This week, a major network news program ran a story about the many states still struggling to recover from the recent economic downturn. Obviously, Texas was not one of those states. The current Texas Quarterly Housing ReportRead More
The phone number new homeowners will want to keep handy
1/1/0001 12:00 AM
Shaking hands at closing doesn’t have to be your last interaction with your Texas REALTOR®. In fact, you may want to keep in touch for a while.  Here are a few instances when you"ll glad you kept his or her number on hand. To tap into a valuable contacts list. When...Read More
Do I have to provide a seller’s disclosure notice?
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I"m selling a single-family investment property that I haven"t seen in years. I have no knowledge of the property’s condition. Do I have to fill out a seller"s disclosure? Yes. The Texas Property Code requires a seller of residential real property comprising not more than one dwelling unit to provide a seller’s discl...Read More