November 2017

Found 3 blog entries for November 2017.

Rockport Strong

Rockport Texas is well known for its motto, "Come Sea the Beauty and Charm of Rockport!" and its nickname The Texas Riviera. This community has a little over 10,000 people including a mix of local residents, summer vacationers and winter Texans. It continues to be an important part of history and Texas, especially after enduring the recent devastation of Hurricane Harvey.

Almost 3 months ago, disaster struck like never before and left a void in the lives of many who lost their homes, properties & businesses. One can only imagine what it takes to bring back the memories and priceless items lost. In order to restore hope in this community, we must continue to unite together and Rebuild Rockport.

Although it has been a process of restoration,

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If you’re a real estate investor who buys and rehabs houses, one of your largest challenges is likely the speed of sale. For many real estate flippers, the actual buying and repairs process is much easier than the process of getting the place sold.

At Rockport Properties, Inc., we’re here to help with all buying and selling needs you may have. Let’s go over several areas that are important for selling your rehabbed property, and what you can do to give yourself the best chance of flipping a property quickly.

Price

Price is likely the most important individual factor in sale speed. Double check comparisons on the neighborhood, and make sure the asking price you’re putting out there is realistic. If you’re consistently struggling in this area

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Real Estate

Every area of the real estate world requires knowledge and attention to detail, and putting a home up for sale is just one example. At Rockport Properties, Inc., we’ll help you list and sell your home with an excellent marketing and sales plan.

Those who don’t employ the services of an experienced real estate agent like ours will often make several common mistakes during a house sale, some of which can be serious and torpedo the sale of the home. Let’s look at some of these mistakes, and how to avoid them.

Skipping Preparation

Once you’ve decided to sell, it’s common for many people to try and get the home to market as soon as possible. At the same time, you have to make sure you spend the necessary time preparing it for sale. You can only

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