After searching for the perfect Spring Texas house to call home, you have finally narrowed your choices down to two houses. One house is a so – so house in a great subdivision and the other house is a great house in a so – so subdivision. Both houses have pluses and minuses and you would be perfectly happy living in either of them. Which one should you choose?
If you are making the decision purely from a future resale perspective, the best house to choose would be the one in the great subdivision. You can always change the condition of a Spring Texas house from being a so -so house to a great house. But you can’t, at least not by yourself, change a so – so subdivision into a great subdivision.
Which Spring Texas house will be the best for you? Ultimately it depends upon your lifestyle. But if you do choose the house in the so – so subdivision, know it’s not the best resale decision. But life is about more than just money.
Jill Wente is an incredible realtor! We lived in the area for about 3 years before taking the house-hunting plunge... read moreJill Wente is an incredible realtor! We lived in the area for about 3 years before taking the house-hunting plunge and truly could not have chosen a better realtor to work with. Jill is professional and patient, she is an incredible resource who is 100% there for her clients at all times. We had a lot of questions and didn't want to pay any closing costs or prepaid costs out of pocket - Jill is a Master Certified Negotiation Expert and it SHOWS. We got exactly what we wanted at the price we wanted AND had several bonuses thrown in, including appliances and gutters. She was there for inspections/walk-throughs and kept in contact with our builder's salesperson as well. If you want a strong realtor who is also pleasant to work with (which I've learned is rare), then Jill is the realtor for you!! read less