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Dear Austin Silent Market Real Estate friends, customers, clientele, agents, brokers, neighbors & all...

This is a very specific and genuine BUYER NEED and fairly immediate want. This Buying Mode couple is seeking to purchase a property for traditional tenant rental income investment, and long-term hold appreciation potential, with minimal immediate make ready required, some okay. 
  • Location preference; Central Texas, Suburbs, Smaller Towns are welcomed
  • Property Type; Home, Duplex, Residential
  • Price Range; $300,000 Sales price budget or less
  • Financing; 20 percent down payment, third party private lender financing
  • Time Frame; As soon as possible
  • Status: Active on the Market or Off-Market for Sale
While I got your attention, what are your current real estate goals, ambitions, and wants in the upcoming year of 2022. Let's Talk, visit, email, meet up or better yet go preview and tour some real estate properties? Broker Associate George Vance McGee 512.657.9281
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