Pearland Real Estate Expert

head_left_image

Are you looking for a new home?

If you are looking for a new home, where will you begin your search? Will it be in the local news paper on the internet? Most people, 92% of all home buyers start their search on the internet. So where do you start your search for a new home on the internet?

To be able to find all of the listed properties, you only need to go to one site. A site that uses the MLS, Multiple Listing Service, a site like http://www.danfrankrealty.com. When you get to a site that let's you search MLS data only, you will find all listed properties and they will be up to date.  Even sites like Zillow, Yahoo and even Google can't compair to a true MLS only search. When you go to a site that has NON-MLS listings, you will really never know how up to date that information is. You run the risk of finding your dream home then only be disappointed to find out it has not been on the market for sometime.

After you have found a site using a true MLS only search like this:
http://budurl.com/searchMls you can then start the search for you dream home. You should never have to pay to search the MLS.  You may have to give you name and email address, but don't be afraid to give your info to a Realtor®. When you find you dream home call you Realtor® and set the appointment to view the house

Whether you're interested in buying your first home, your next home, or just want to know more about home-ownership in general, I encourage you to check out a couple of great online resources: http://www.texasrealestate.com/ or http://www.har.com/ and for all of your Pearland TX and Northern Brazoria and Galveston County real estate needs, please visit my site at http://www.danfrankrealty.com/. All of these sites offer tons of useful, real estate-related information geared specifically for Texans.

Danny Frank is a local Pearland TX Real Estate expert! You can see my entire blog at http://www.pearlandrealtyblog.com
 
Chat: Google Talk: DanFrankTX Skype: DanFrankTX

  

 

Comment balloon 0 commentsDanny Frank • March 20 2010 10:37AM

Comments

Participate