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Our experienced agents have been serving the Forney, Mesquite, Garland, Crandall, Seagoville, Sunnyvale, Royse City and Dallas Fort Worth communities as well as the Longview and Tyler areas for over 30 years.

Buying a home is sometimes a complex undertaking.  Having a good team of real estate professionals will help save you time and money.  We promise to make your real estate experience stress-free and agreeable and we have a wide range of real estate experience and guarantee to find or sell your home in a timely and professional manner. Our team will make sure that you get the most out of your next real estate transaction by taking advantage of cutting edge technology, products and services.  

 

Call our Forney office at 972-499-3419

Longview office at 903-704-4274

Mesquite Office at 972-499-3419

Princeton Office at 972-734-3996

 

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Agents Forney Office

Johnny Archer "The Singing", REALTOR®

Johnny Archer
Johnny Archer
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Phone: 972-499-3419
Cell: 469-556-4051
City: Forney
 

Alan Baxter
Alan Baxter
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Cell: (903) 456-9162
City: Forney
 
Kim Bigley
Kim Bigley
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Phone: 972.979.8193
Cell: 972.979.8193
City: Forney
 
George Brewer
George Brewer
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Cell: (940) 391-5674
City: Forney
 
Jacqueline Chatman
Jacqueline Chatman
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Cell: 469-348-6565
City: Forney
 
Dee Coker
Dee Coker
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Cell: 972-408-6555
City: Maybank
 
Wade Dews
Wade Dews
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Cell: 214-356-2410
City: Forney
 
Mike Dunham
Mike Dunham
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Cell: (214)497-8331
City: Forney
 
Ronnie Holliman
Ronnie Holliman
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Cell: 469-474-5174
City: Forney
 
Donald Huffhines
Donald Huffhines
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Cell: 214-384-7696
City: Forney
 
Mason Hyde
Mason Hyde
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Cell: 903-802-6461
City: Forney
 
Bryan Johnson
Bryan Johnson
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Cell: 972-989-4318
City: Forney
 
Patrice Jones
Patrice Jones
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Cell: 2146997920
City: Forney
 
Melissa Kirby
Melissa Kirby
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Cell: 817-975-3433
City: Forney
 
Kim Lovett
Kim Lovett
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Cell: 214-793-6121
City: Forney
 
Jeff Martinson
Jeff Martinson
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Phone: 972-932-2437
Cell: 940-268-7490
City: Forney
 
Janet McEnturff
Janet McEnturff
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Cell: 972-741-9716
City: Forney
 
Amanda Paschall
Amanda Paschall
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Cell: 903-450-6644
City: Forney
 
Molly Pennington
Molly Pennington
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Cell: 214-600-0670
City: Forney
 
Nicole Poage
Nicole Poage
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Cell: (504)491-2377
City: Forney
 
Byron Ramdhan
Byron Ramdhan
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Cell: 469-651-7679
City: Forney
 
Christie Robinson
Christie Robinson
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Cell: (469) 964-2331
City: Forney
 
Moises Roque
Moises Roque
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Cell: 214-564-6558
City: Forney
 
Patricia Sharp
Patricia Sharp
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Cell: 214-546-4660
City: Forney
 
Sharon  Shiell
Sharon Shiell
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Cell: 972-904-4779
City: Forney
 
Sherry Smith
Sherry Smith
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Cell: 214-505-0560
City: Forney
 
Amanda Stewart
Amanda Stewart
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Cell: 469-332-6463
City: Forney
 
Valerie Westlake
Valerie Westlake
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Cell: 972-824-6997
City: Forney
 
Luis Zamora
Luis Zamora
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Cell: 214-537-4297
City: Forney
 

Agents Longview Office

Johnny Archer "The Singing", REALTOR®

Johnny Archer
Johnny Archer
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Phone: 972-499-3419
Cell: 469-556-4051
Fax: 972-421-1835
Address: 100 W. Broad Street , Ste. D
City: Forney
State: Texas 75126
 

Gerri Austin
Gerri Austin
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Phone: (903) 704-4274
Cell: (903)-452-4408
Fax: (903) 704-4273
Address: 905 Judson Road
City: Longview
State: Texas 75601
 
Tanna Rhodes
Tanna Rhodes
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Cell: 903-399-5985
Address: 905 Judson Rd
City: Longview
State: Texas 75601
 
Johnny Simmons
Johnny Simmons
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Cell: 903-235-4561
Address: 905 Judson Rd.
City: Longview
State: Texas 75601
 

Agents Mesquite Office

Johnny Archer "The Singing", REALTOR®

Johnny Archer
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Phone: 972-499-3419
Cell: 469-556-4051
Address: 100 W. Broad Street , Ste. D
City: Forney
State: Texas 75126
 

Bruce Archer
Bruce Archer
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Cell: 972-834-7099
Address: 609 N Ebrite #100
City: Mesquite
State: Texas 75149
 
Hugo Fernandez
Hugo Fernandez
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Cell: 214-218-6731
Address: 609 N Ebrite , #100
City: Mesquite
State: Texas 75149
 
Yolanda Shepard
Yolanda Shepard
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Cell: 469-878-0832
Address: 609 N Ebrite #100
City: Mesquite
State: Texas
 

Agents Princeton Office


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Johnny Archer "The Singing", REALTOR®

Johnny Archer
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Phone: 972-499-3419
Cell: 469-556-4051
Address: 100 W. Broad Street , Ste. D
City: Forney
 

Vanesa Rhodes
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Cell: (972)754-3319
Address: 109 Yorkshire Drive
City: Princeton
 
Arthur Rhodes Team Lead
Arthur Rhodes Team Lead
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Cell: (972)365-4768
Address: 109 Yorkshire Drive
City: Princeton
 

Options for Your Home When Transitioning to Assisted Living

 

When you're ready to make the transition to assisted living, you must not only decide which facility you want to move into but also what you want to do with your home. You have several options when it comes to your current home. With this guide, you can better decide which option works most effectively for you.

Sell the Home

Once you move permanently into an assisted living facility, you will no longer need your home. Selling it, therefore, becomes the most obvious option, especially if you have no plans to potentially move back into your home. If you sell the house, you have the immediate income from the sale, which can then help pay for your stay in assisted living long-term. You can also use the proceeds from your house to help pay for the move into assisted living. Before you decide to sell the house, make sure you choose a real estate agent that will help you through the entire process. Keep in mind that you may also need to make some repairs or updates to the home before putting it on the market. Reducing clutter, painting, and taking steps to improve curb appeal can all help the home look its best and make it easier for you to sell it quickly, rather than letting it sit on the market. And don’t hesitate to outsource these tasks if they become overwhelming. You can easily track down professionals through quick online searches.

Rent Out Your Home

For some people, selling the home where they lived so happily for so many years just isn't an option. You might, for example, want the ability to move back to your home, should you ever want to--or you might just not want to let go of it quite yet. Letting the house sit empty could cause its own problems. Renting out the home, however, can allow you to keep the real estate investment and even use the home to continue to generate income, which can help fund your stay in an assisted living facility. If you choose to rent out the home, make sure that your budget includes maintenance, repairs, and any taxes you are currently paying on the home. Keep in mind that you may not be able to keep the house rented out every month, so make sure you have plans to pay for the taxes and needed upkeep on the house even if you do not have renters. The ideal scenario is to have a property management company help you market and manage the property. It will take some money out of your profit, but it will be worth the peace of mind knowing that someone is taking care of your investment. Allow a Family Member to Live There Do your family members deeply cherish your home? Or do you know a family member who needs a place to stay even as you move into an assisted living facility? If renting or selling your home doesn't work for you situation, you may want to allow a trusted family member or friend to live in your home after you move out. This can work well if you have plenty of funds to pay for assisted living and want to keep the house in the family, or if you want to keep the home for as long as possible. Allowing a family member to live in the home can keep it occupied. However, it's important that everyone is on the same page:

● Work out a contract that determines how long your family member intends to stay and whether there will be any rent paid. Include which of you is responsible for paying for maintenance and what will be done about any needed repairs to the home.

● Discuss what will happen if you want to move back into the house.

● Talk about whether the family member or friend can treat the house as though they actually own it--inviting others to live there with them, for example.

● What will be done with the property if the family member decides to move out. You might, for example, be concerned with leaving the property sitting empty and want to be sure someone will check on it. Figuring out what to do with your home after you’ve made the decision to move into an assisted living facility can take some time, so start planning as early as you can in order to avoid many complications. No matter which route you decide to take, you’ll want to ensure that it’s the best choice for your needs, both now and in the future.


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