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MLS# 2170968

6000 Princess Lane

$109,000

CALL OLIVIA (936) 645-9006

Cute 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Ranch with wood burning fire place and fenced back yard on dead end street just outside the loop. Quaint neighborhood. Nice wood laminate flooring in main living areas. Attached Carport perfect for rainy days. Small front yard, nice back patio ideal for entertaining cookouts or birthday parties, pretty green backyard. Washing Machine, Dryer, Refrigerator included with home. Easy to see – Call you REALTOR for an appointment today!

Property Details

Price: $109,000
Address: 6000 Princess Lane
City: NACOGDOCHES
State: TEXAS
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2170968
Square Feet: 1,248
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Basement: NO
Status: FOR SALE

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MLS# 2170591

1912 Lakewood, Center, TX

$175,000

Beautifully built 1978 home in Lakewood Subdivision Center, TX boasting 3 spacious bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a large living room with beautiful brick fireplace, formal dining area, large eat-in kitchen with access to backyard, a back patio built to entertain, and gorgeous backyard views of rolling pasture. Neutral colored brick with a welcoming lantern lit alcove and circular drive adds to this home’s curb appeal. Easy to show, call for an appointment today!


 

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Price: $175,000
Address: 1912 Lakewood
City: CENTER
State: TX
ZIP: 75935
MLS #: 2170591
Square Feet: 2136
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Basement: NO
Status: FOR SALE

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Meet the Team

Simpson Real Estate is an active member of the following organizations:

  • Nacogdoches County Board of Realtors
  • Nacogdoches Chamber of Commerce
  • Texas Association of Realtors
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Agents

Jennifer Simpson -Owner/Broker
Jennifer Simpson is a second generation REALTOR; she knows all the right information that any prospective client should need. Jennifer attended SFASU. She has been a licensed agent for over 20 years and has served on the Board of Realtors in many capacities. She was the 2010 Top Producing Agent in her firm and has received many sales awards throughout her career.


 
Real Estate AgentOlivia Kiritsy – Associate Broker
Olivia Kling has been employed by Simpson Real Estate as an assistant in real estate and property management for 8 years prior to obtaining her real estate license. Olivia graduated from Nacogdoches High School in 2000. Olivia is a graduate of SFASU with undergraduate degrees in Finance and Political Science and a master’s degree in Public Administration. She is a member of Phi Alpha Alpha and currently working on her Certified Public Manager certificate. Olivia is an active member of the Nacogdoches County Board of REALTORS having served as Secretary for 2011 and 2012 and currently serving as President. Also a member of the Pineywoods Apartment Association, and numerous other public programs. Olivia is a graduate of the 2012-2013 Leadership Nacogdoches program, as well as a member of the Pineywoods Apartment Association, Nacogdoches Junior Forum, and many other community programs.


 
Real Estate AgentBryan Davis – Associate Realtor
Bryan Davis is an 8th generation resident and 3rd generation Realtor in Nacogdoches. He has been an active Realtor and member of Nacogdoches County Board of Realtors for over 20 years. Bryan is a multimillion dollar sales agent and extremely well versed in Nacogdoches County. Since his beginning as a Realtor, Bryan has become a member of numerous professional organizations and is a supporter of many community programs.


 
Real Estate AgentJeff Hale – Realtor/Inspector


 

MLS#2170958

4769 FM 2782

$290,000

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Beautifully built 2012 Farm Style Home on ideal 7.83 fully fenced acres. White stone and wood exterior finish with highly desired metal roof. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms, 1,725 efficiently planned sq. ft. Open concept floor plan with split living arrangement. Gorgeous natural lighting courtesy of cathedral ceiling in living area and large picture windows throughout. Spa like master bathroom. Option to add bonus room, fourth bedroom, etc above garage. Partially finished and enclosed 3,280 sq.ft. Barn

Property Details

Price: $290,000
Address: 4769 FM 2782
City: NACOGDOCHES
State: TEXAS
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2170958
Square Feet: 1,725
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Basement: NO
Status: FOR SALE

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MLS # 2170954

382 CR 5341

$310,000

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Perfect size horse ranch with two large barns, mare shed, globe walker, round pen, pond, and 1983 – 3 Bedroom 2.5 Bathroom Story and a half Satterwhite log home. Floor to ceiling river rock fireplace. Second living area upstairs plumbed for wet bar connect by cat walk to guest room and half bath. Large downstairs master bedroom with remodeled walk-in shower. Wrap around porch. Metal roof.

Property Details

Price: $310,000
Address: 382 CR 5341
City: NACOGDOCHES
State: TX
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2170954
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Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Basement: NO
Status: FOR SALE

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MLS# 2170955

CR 5341

$25,000

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Ready for your home design this lush green 2.14 acre lot located in Woden ISD boasts a peaceful neighborhood and endless possibilities. Utility accessibility at street – buyer to confirm. Minor deed restrictions.

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Price: $25,000
Address: CR 5341
City: NACOGDOCHES
State: TEXAS
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2170955
Square Feet: 2.14 Acres
Bedrooms: -
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Basement: -
Status: FOR SALE

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MLS#2170913

1400 Timberlake

$59,900

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3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1,384 sq.ft. home recently reworked with all new sheetrock, primer, and paint. Nice, new, and neutral wood vinyl plank in living areas. Reworked carport with new plywood and some new framing. Great start for your new “fixer-upper”. Functional floor plan designed to accommodate any lifestyle. Double lot allows for a huge backyard. Potential to build a second residence or shop. Easy to show, Easy to see.

Property Details

Price: $59,900
Address: 1400 Timberlake
City: Nacogdoches
State: Texas
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2170913
Square Feet: 1384
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Basement: NO
Status: FOR SALE

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MLS 2140204 – CONTRACT PENDING

19.285 acre tract just west of Cushing on CR 871. Secluded, yet convenient. Water and electricity available at the road but not installed on the property. Mainly hardwoods.

$52,000

For More info call Bryan Davis (936) 564-6418

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Price: $52,000
Address: CR 871
City: Cushing
State: TEXAS
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2140204
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MLS 2170539 – REDUCED

1533 Terracewood

4 bedroom, 3 bath, 2928 sq ft w/ 2 car garage in desirable NE Nacogdoches, large updated eat in kitchen, formal dining w/ WBFP, large living room w/ bar and wood stove, split bedroom arrangement w/ master & 2 BR’s down, 1 BR up w/ full bath, sunporch, pretty backyard, w/ deck, shed/workshop. Tons of storage, pretty tile and brick floors throughout, lots of updates. Perfect family home designed to entertain. Close to schools, shopping, banking, post office.

$169,800


 

Property Details

Price: $169,800
Address: 1533 Terracewood
City: NACOGDOCHES
State: TEXAS
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2170539
Square Feet: 2928
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3
Basement: NO
Status: REDUCED

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MLS# 2170722

401 South Popp Street

$64,500

Cute home with 2 large bedrooms, 1 bath, and 1,126 sq.ft. 1940’s era home West of Downtown on a large corner lot. The oversized living area could serve as a living/dining room combo if desired. Beautiful built-in bookcase in the hallway. Breakfast area in kitchen. Range and refrigerator are included. 2 car carport. Easy to show, call for an appointment today!


 

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Price: $64,500
Address: 401 South Popp Street
City: Nacogdoches
State: TX
ZIP: 75964
MLS #: 2170722
Square Feet: 1126
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Basement: NO
Status: FOR SALE

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MLS# 2170693 – CONTRACT PENDING

2622 South Fredonia

$97,500

This perfectly situated 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 1,727 sq. ft. 1950’s built home on 3.25 acres INSIDE the city limits boasts a fenced backyard area, hardwood floors, two car carport, central electric air and gas heat, living room, separate den with wood burning fireplace, and a desirable circular drive. Easy to see, call for an appointment today!


 

Property Details

Price: $97,500
Address: 2622 South Fredonia
City: NACOGDOCHES
State: TEXAS
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2170693
Square Feet: 1727
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Basement: NO
Status: CONTRACT PENDING

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MLS# 2170570 – REDUCED

1419 Durst Street

Cute brick cottage style home on corner lot in the quiet southwest neighborhood. With 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, 1,599 sq.ft. and the potential to rehab all wood floors this house would make a perfect starter home or investment property. Sizable kitchen and dining area with lots of natural light. Bathroom could use some updates, potential for a dedicated laundry room. 2 car carport attached. Multiple storage options on property.

$65,000

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Property Details

Price: $65,000
Address: 1419 Durst St
City: NACOGDOCHES
State: TEXAS
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2170570
Square Feet: 1,599
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Basement: N0
Status: REDUCED

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MLS 2170544 – SOLD

511 CR 214

$259,000

Grand wood and stone home nestled on 2 acres in quiet Appleby Sand Neighborhood. Large shop with bay door and electricity. 3 Bedrooms and 2 Bathrooms in the main part of the home. Guest rooms include built-ins and jack-and-jill bathroom arrangement. Cathedral Ceiling and tile floor in master bedroom. GORGEOUS stone fireplace. 4th Bedroom and half bath in/above garage perfect for privacy. Host birthday parties and other special occasions on the screened back porch! A must see.


 

Property Details

Price: $259,000
Address: 511 CR 214
City: NACOGDOCHESQ
State: TEXAS
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2170544
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Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Basement: NO
Status: SOLD

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MLS 217049

4003 Red Oak

A lot in North Forest neighborhood waiting for your dream home. Some mature trees and azaleas. Slightly sloping ideal for drainage. Stop by anytime or

call Olivia for more information (936) 645-9006

$12,500

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Price: $12,500
Address: 4003 RED OAK
City: NACOGDOCHES
State: TEXAS
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2170491
Square Feet: -
Bedrooms: -
Bathrooms: -
Basement: -
Status: FOR SALE

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MLS# 2150153

Smith Rd (CR 507)

14.19 Acre platted subdivision tract with 53 platted lots with access from platted streets from Hwy 21, Princess Lane, and Smith Road. Sewer is already installed on proposed platted extension of Princess to Smith Rd and from Hwy 21 platted Knight Drive to Princess extension.

If you have any questions please call Bryan Davis today  (936) 564-6418

$110,000

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Price: $110,000
Address: Smith Rd (CR 507)
City: Nacogdoches
State: Texas
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2150153
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2130763

2 Acres zoned for business. Property is on Wedgewood Drive. One street east of University Drive.

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Price: $50,000
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State: Tx
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2130763
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MLS 2150670 – FOR SALE

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Martha Street

$15,000

Two lots, conveniently located and ready for you to build. General Business zoning. 

For more info call Bryan Davis (936) 645-1266

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Price: $15,000
Address: MARTHA ST.
City: Nacogdoches
State: TX
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2150670
Square Feet: -
Bedrooms: -
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Status: FOR SALE

MLS 2160380 – SOLD

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1431 Shelton Nacogdohces, TX

Nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on NE Side of town close to schools, shopping and Medical Center. Large eat in kitchen, 2 car garage plus a 1 car carport. Shop in back with electric and A/C,extra storage building, pretty covered back deck for relaxing. Generator runs entire house if electric is out.

Property Details

Price: $115,900
Address: 1431 Shelton
City: Nacogdoches
State: Tx
ZIP: 75965
MLS #: 2160380
Square Feet: 1438
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Basement: NO
Status: SOLD

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MLS 2160376

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Corner of FM 225 and Cambridge-CR 753
LAKE NACOGDOCHES

FM 225 to Lake Nacogdoches. Property on the corner of FM 225 and Cambridge-CR 753 – Entrance to East Lake Nacogdoches Boat Ramp.

14.73 Acres on FM 225

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Price: 125,000.00
Address: FM 225 and Cambridge-CR 753
City: Nacogdoches
State: Texas
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2160376
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2150040 – SOLD

 

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Parent’s with kids going to SFA – why pay rent, when this investment can house your student and make you money! Great investment property! Tri-plex built in 2005, each unit is 2/1 with open floor plan, utility room back porch, and parking. All appliances included in each unit. Each unit currently rents for $675/mo. For complete investment package, MLS 2150040, 3/2 house on corner is for sale by same owner and will entertain bundled offers. All walking distance from SFA! Call NIcole Moore (936)462-0787

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Price: $210,000
Address: 2307 Banita St
City: Nacogdoches
State: Tx
ZIP: 75961
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2140039 – SOLD

This blank canvas is yours to design! Walking distance from SFA, and zoned for multi-family.

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Price: $28,000
Address: Pearl St.
City: Nacogdoches
State: Tx
ZIP: 75961
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2140355

Handyman Special. Older mobile home in need of a rehab. Situated on a pretty, level lot.

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Price: $15,000
Address: 19878 CR 3209 Mt. Enterprise
City: Nacogdoches
State: Tx
ZIP: 75961
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2150037

Excellent 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, 1,008 sq.ft. starter home or rental property with second lot in back yard. Enjoy your mornings on the covered front porch. Newer appliances, wood laminate floors, newer kitchen counter-tops. Recent concrete drive. Easy to set up an appointment – Call Today!

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Price: $81,900
Address: 204 Mitchell St
City: Nacogdoches
State: Tx
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2150037
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2140887

EXTREMELY clean and well maintained 2006 Ray Smith built 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, 1,866 sq.ft. home in Village Gate subdivision. Open floor plan with split living arrangement. Privacy Fenced backyard backed by woods with beautiful trees. Formal dining space and eat in kitchen. Gas starter fireplace. High ceilings. Large walk in closet and soaking tub – separate shower in Master En Suite. Easy to make an appointment. 175,000

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Price: 175,000
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Square Feet: 1,866 sq.ft.
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
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2140660

Neat and clean as a pin! This attractive place has a 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath home with a great cook’s kitchen and a bright den overlooking the 2+ acres. There is a nice 28′ X 24’metal garage with overhead door and extra storage, plus a separate covered R/V space. The manicured yard has multiple seating areas and there is also a salt water pool.

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Price: $137,000
Address: 5733 FM 698
City: Nacogdoches
State: TX
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2140660
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2130764

Lot in Northeast Hills.

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Price: $12,500
Address: Chimney Rock
City: Nacogdoches
State: Tx
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2130764
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2130755

This 3 Bedroom 2 bath is a move-in ready home with open floor plan and split bedroom arrangement. Neutral paint colors. High ceilings with crown molding. Granite counters and pantry in kitchen. Good storage throughout. Large Master bedroom has an oversized walk-in closet. Master bath has double sinks and separate tub and shower. Home office off living room. Big private fenced back yard with covered porch for grilling and oversized terrace.

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Price: $185,000
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ZIP: 75961
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2140790

Excellent 3 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, 1,008 sq.ft. starter home or rental property with second lot in back yard. Enjoy your mornings on the covered front porch. Newer appliances, wood laminate floors, newer kitchen counter-tops. Recent concrete drive. Easy to set up an appointment – Call Today!

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Price: $60,900
Address: 1218 Durst Street
City: Nacogdoches
State: Tx
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2140790
Square Feet: 1,008 sq.ft.
Bedrooms: 3
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2140605

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom 1,118 Sq. Ft. home – Perfect investment or starter. Small and simple with TONS of potential. Original HARDWOOD FLOORS. LARGE Lot! Nice living room built-ins. Spare room off back of garage for office/bedroom/storage space/woodshop. $45,000

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Square Feet: 1,118 Sq. Ft.
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2130708

Located in desirable Colonial Hills this property in centrally located and boasts of the neighborhoods reputable large lots and fenced backyard. This property can be flipped!!! Or may serve as the perfect project for a new family!!! Interior features include 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathroom, a combo formal dining room, good sized family room with wood burning fire place, and wide spacious kitchen. The current owners have completed some upgrades including a newer (within a few years) air conditioning and heating unit, new water heater, resurfaced counter tops in the kitchen and bathrooms, retiled tub surrounds, tile floors in the common areas, some new light fixtures, and French doors leading to the backyard. Priced to purchase at $139,900 – Call Olivia today! (936) 645-9006

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Price: $139,900
Address: Colonial Hills
City: Nacogdoches
State: TX
ZIP: 75961
MLS #: 2130708
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Whisper Oaks

Whisper Oaks

Managed For A Quieter Lifestyle.

Whisper Oaks has been designed to provide you the maximum enjoyment while you live here, and the amenities and superb location will contribute significantly to a peaceful and carefree style of living.


Office Hours:
Mon – Thur: 9:30am to 5:00pm
Friday: 9:30am to 12:00
Closed 12:00pm to 1:00pm for Lunch

Leasing Fees:
$25 – Application Fee (non refundable)
$125 – Per Person Deposit
$300 – Pet Deposit (non refundable)

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Features and Amenities

-Two Parking Spaces Per Unit
-Units Built as Condominiums Have Double Walls Between Units
-All Appliances, Including Washer & Dryer
-All Brick Exterior with Cedar Facia
-Concrete Second Floor for Fire Safety& Sound Proofing
-Individual Water & Electric Meters for Each Unit
-Foam Sealant Insulation
-Energy Efficient Central Air
-Firewall from Floor to Roof Between Each Unit for Fire Safety & Sound Proofing

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Banita Creek Apartments

Banita Creek

We are a luxury apartment community located just two and one half blocks from Stephen F. Austin University on the banks of historic Banita Creek. Amenities include pool and laundry room. Our apartments are spacious and well planned with ample storage and lots of windows. There are also connections for a stack-able washer/dryer and plenty of parking!

Rental Office Location

327 W. College St.
Nacogdoches, TX 75961
(936) 560-4768

Office Hours

Mon – Fri: 9:00am to 4:30pm

Leasing Fees

Application Fee $35 per applicant (married couples with same last name only pay 1 app fee)
Deposit $125 per person, $250 minimum
Pet Fee (non-refundable) $400

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Features and Amenities

– Spacious Living & Dining Area
– Fully Equiped kitchen with dishwasher, disposal, refrigerator, range, stainless steel sink & pantry
– Bedroom With Walk-In Closet
– Sliding Glass Door to Patio/Balcony
-Two Bedroom design Is Ideal For Roommate Arrangement With Bedrooms & Baths Designed For Privacy

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Ponderosa Pines

Ponderosa

We are a luxury town home community located just one mile from Stephen F. Austin University in historic Nacogdoches, Texas.

 

Rental Office Location

327 W. College St.
Nacogdoches, TX 75961
(936) 560-4768

Office Hours

Mon – Fri: 9:00am to 4:30pm

Leasing Fees

Application Fee $35 per applicant (married couples with same last name only pay 1 app fee)
Deposit $125 per person, $250 minimum
Pet Fee (non-refundable) $400

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Features and Amenities

– Spacious Living & Dining Area with Fireplace
– Fully Equiped kitchen with dishwasher, disposal, refrigerator, range, stainless steel sink
– Full Sized Washer & Dryer
– Covered Parking
– Pest Control
– 1 Year Lease Only

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Nacogdoches

About the Community of Nacogdoches

Nacogdoches is the oldest town in Texas having been founded in the late 1700’s. Currently the population is around 36,000 and is supported by the timber industry and farm and ranch operations.
Chicken farming is big business in the area and serves a large poultry processing company. The largest employer is Stephen F. Austin State University with an enrollment of around 12,000 students. The downtown of Nacogdoches is vibrant with small businesses operated by local merchants. The charm of the Old Nacogdoches area is the bright spot in the community and its heritage is protected by its residents and celebrated annually at the 9 Flag Festival and Heritage Queen programs. The historic founders of the city were of Hispanic descent and those founding families are still strongly represented in the area.

Timpson

Timpson

About the Community of Timpson

Timpson is a city in Shelby County, Texas, United States. The population was 1,155 at the 2010 census. The community is named after T.B Timpson, a railroad engineer.

Timpson was founded in 1885 upon the arrival of the Houston, East and West Texas Railway. It reached its maximum population in 1925 when it was important in the shipping of lignite.

The most popular game fish at Timpson Reservoir is the largemouth bass. Numbers of bass are relatively high and an excellent fishery exists. Due to the 14-21 inch slot limit, Timpson produces a good number of trophy-sized bass. Crappie and catfish are present in the reservoir, but numbers are relatively low and few anglers target these species. Bluegill and redear sunfish provide fair fishing, especially for youth or inexperienced anglers.

All information about Timpson courtesy of Wikipedia.

Garrison

Garrison

About the Community of Garrison

Garrison is a city in Nacogdoches County, Texas, United States. The population was 895 at the 2010 census.

Garrison is served by the Garrison Independent School District.

In 2003, the Garrison High School football team, the Bulldogs, won the first ever state championship for the town when they defeated the Bangs Dragons 27-0.

All information about Garrison courtesy of Wikipedia.

Douglass

Douglass

About the Community of Douglass

Douglass is an unincorporated community in western Nacogdoches County, Texas, United States. It is bordered on the west by the Angelina River. There are approximately 500 people who live in the area.

The Douglass Independent School District serves area students.

All information about Douglass courtesy of Wikipedia.

Martinsville

Martinsville

About the Community of Martinsville

Martinsville is an unincorporated community in Nacogdoches County, Texas, United States.

The Martinsville Independent School District serves area students.

All information about Timpson courtesy of Wikipedia.

Central Heights

Timpson

About the Community of Central Heights

Central Heights is a small community on the border of Nacogdoches city limits.

Central Heights Independent School District is a public school district located in north central Nacogdoches County, Texas (USA).

In 2009, the school district was rated “recognized” by the Texas Education Agency.

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Why Use a REALTOR® When Selling

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A real estate agent helps you understand everything you need to know about selling

The selling process generally begins with a determination of a reasonable asking price. Your real estate agent or REALTOR® can give you up-to-date information on what is happening in the marketplace and the price, financing, terms and condition of competing properties. These are key factors in getting your property sold at the best price, quickly and with minimum hassle.

1. Marketing

The next step is a marketing plan. Often, your agent can recommend repairs or cosmetic work that will significantly enhance the salability of the property. Marketing includes the exposure of your property to other real estate agents and the public. In many markets across the country, more than 50 percent of real estate sales are cooperative sales; that is, a real estate agent other than yours brings in the buyer.

Your agent acts as the marketing coordinator, disbursing information about your property to other real estate agents through a Multiple Listing Service or other cooperative marketing networks, open houses for agents, etc. The REALTOR® Code of Ethics requires REALTORS® to utilize these cooperative relationships when they benefit their clients.
Advertising is part of marketing. The choice of media and frequency of advertising depends a lot on the property and specific market. For example, in some areas, newspaper advertising generates phone calls to the real estate office but statistically has minimum effectiveness in selling a specific property. Overexposure of a property in any media may give a buyer the impression the property is distressed or the seller is desperate. Your real estate agent will know when, where and how to advertise your property. There is a misconception that advertising sells real estate. The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® studies show that 82 percent of real estate sales are the result of agent contacts through previous clients, referrals, friends, family and personal contacts.

2. Security

When a property is marketed with an agent’s help, you do not have to allow strangers into your home. Agents will generally pre-screen and accompany qualified prospects through your property.

3. Negotiating

The negotiation process deals with much the same issues for both buyers and sellers, as noted above under the buying process. Your agent can help you objectively evaluate every buyer’s proposal without compromising your marketing position. This initial agreement is only the beginning of a process of appraisals, inspections and financing — a lot of possible pitfalls. Your agent can help you write a legally binding, win-win agreement that will be more likely to make it through the process.
Monitoring, renegotiating and closing
Between the initial sales agreement and closing (or settlement), questions may arise. For example, unexpected repairs are required to obtain financing or a cloud in the title is discovered. The required paperwork alone is overwhelming for most sellers. Your agent is the best person to objectively help you resolve these issues and move the transaction to closing (or settlement).

4. Why use a REALTOR®?

All real estate licensees are not the same. Only real estate licensees who are members of the National Association of REALTORS® are propertly called REALTORS®. They proudly display the REALTOR® logo on the business card or other marketing and sales literature. REALTORS® are committed to treat all parties to a transaction honestly. REALTORS® subscribe to a strict code of ethics and are expected to maintain a higher level of knowledge of the process of buying and selling real estate. An independent survey reports that almost 85 percent of home buyers would use the same REALTOR® again.

5. You be the judge

Real estate transactions involve one of the biggest financial investments most people experience in their lifetime. Transactions today usually exceed $100,000. If you had a $100,000 income tax problem, would you attempt to deal with it without the help of a CPA? If you had a $100,000 legal question, would you deal with it without the help of an attorney? Considering the small upside cost and the large downside risk, it would be foolish to consider a deal in real estate without the professional assistance of a REALTOR®.

Schmeadick, Ron. “Why Use a REALTOR® When Selling.” Realtor.com. Copyright © by Move, Inc. Web.

14 Things to Consider Before Buying a Home

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Don’t let your emotions cloud your judgment

Wait! That house may seem like everything you’ve ever wanted, but before you make an offer, take some time to consider a few things beyond the size, style and price.

When buying a home, it’s easy to let emotions get in the way of reality, or get sudden amnesia about factors that may make a difference.
“Sometimes we want something so badly, we’re not willing to ask all the questions we should,” says Leslie Levine, author of “Will This Place Ever Feel Like Home?”

For instance, she says, you may see a basketball hoop over the garage and assume the neighborhood is great for kids. But a closer inspection may show that it’s rusted and hasn’t seen a ball in a decade, and that other yards in the neighborhood have no jungle gyms or tire swings out back.

1. Visit at various times of day

The windows that let in so much light during the day may be a peeping Tom’s dream at night. That seemingly quiet residential street may be a noisy, highway-feeder street during morning or evening rush hour; or it may be near impossible to get from your quiet street across traffic and onto the feeder street in the morning. The adjacent school may seem like a nice perk if you’re buying in the summer, but during the school year, daily playground noise and extra traffic may be more than you bargained for.

2. Look through recent newspaper archives

“Make sure you’re getting information on what you can’t see,” Levine suggests. Perhaps the municipal water well that feeds your neighborhood has high levels of contaminants or a proposed high-voltage power line may soon be coming through your back yard. You can also check with the city or county to see if there are any proposed projects.

3. Talk to neighbors

How many people in the neighborhood own their homes? Sometimes it’s hard to tell at first if you’re choosing a neighborhood that’s primarily rental houses.

4. Ask if the neighborhood has an association

“Is there a newsletter for it? How often does the neighborhood get together? Do they have a block party every year?” Levine asks. “Even if you don’t plan to attend, the fact that they’re having a gathering says they care about their community, that they want to get to know each other, that they’re willing to socialize that way. People who behave that way are building a community. They’re going to look out for your kids; they’re going to look out for your house. It’s a nice, safe way to celebrate something.”

5. Quiz the sellers

What problems are they aware of that the house had in the past – even if they’ve been fixed? An ice dam five years ago may have caused water damage that has since been repaired. But it’s good to know that the house may be prone to ice dams so you can take preventive measures rather than find out the hard way. Discovering the basement flooding was solved by building up the landscaping in a particular area will prevent you from leveling the ground there in later years.

6. Get a home inspection

Virtually all houses have defects, according to National Association of Exclusive Buyers Agents. Some will be obvious and most will be curable. But knowing what needs fixing can help you negotiate a lower price – or at least prepare you for costs you’re soon to incur. Strongly consider getting inspections, too, for lead paint, radon and wood-eating pests.

7. Get detailed records on past improvements

This isn’t always possible. But if you’re told the house’s exterior was painted two years ago – and then see a receipt noting the whole project cost just $1,000 – then you’ll be forewarned that cheaper materials were used and that you may be looking at repainting sooner than you thought.

8. Don’t just assume remodeling will be a snap

If you voice your ideas to the sellers, you may be able to glean valuable insights. For instance, perhaps that shower is in an odd location because, when remodeling 10 years ago, the previous owners discovered a costly structural impediment to putting a shower where it would seem more appropriate.

9. Consider the view

“So many neighborhoods now have teardowns. So look at the two houses on either side of you. If this neighborhood has had some teardowns, one of those houses might be a candidate. And they may build some behemoth structure that affects your light or the way your house looks or your view,” Levine says.

10. Ask for utility bills

You may adore the Cape Cod architectural style or the high ceilings and walls of glass in a modern home – but those winter heating and summer cooling bills may push your monthly payments beyond affordable. Ditto for the water bills you’ll pay to maintain a pristine landscape.

11. Pay close attention to taxes

Don’t just ask what the seller’s most recent tax bill was; ask what several recent tax bills have been. In some areas, houses are re-appraised – and taxed at higher rates – frequently. That great deal and good investment may not seem quite so grand if the property taxes skyrocket year after year. Again, look at newspaper archives or talk to your Realtor about the way taxes are used in this area. In some cities, schools are substantially funded through property taxes – which means you can count on yours increasing regularly.

12. Check with city hall

NAEBA recommends looking into the property’s and neighborhood’s zoning, as well as any potential easements, liens or other restrictions relating to your property. The seller should disclose these facts, but it’s better to be safe. If you’re using a buyer’s agent, he or she should be able to help you with this.

13. Reconsider the bells and whistles

Are you sure you can live with a one-car garage, or a detached garage, or on-street parking? The pool may be a nice bonus, but can you afford the upkeep?

14. Explore the surrounding area

If you’re not just making a cross-town move, you may not know that only three blocks away, this pretty neighborhood backs up to a dumpy commercial area or a less-than-savory part of town. If the home is near an airport, fire station, police station, hospital or railroad track, expect to hear trains, planes or ambulances throughout the day and night. Make sure you’re not too close to an agricultural area that may generate odors or kick up dust or other airborne problems.

Harrington, Diane Benson. “14 Things to Consider Before Buying a Home.” Realtor.com. N.p., n.d. Web.

Signs That You’re Ready to Buy

Signs That You're Ready to Buy

Six tips that tell you it’s time

Figuring out whether you’re ready to buy a house, whether you’re a renter or are aiming to move up or size down, can be a daunting task. But there are signs that will indicate whether you’re ready to take the buying plunge.
If you are thinking about buying, you’re not alone. So are you ready to make the move?
You might be if you:

1. Are familiar with the market.

If you’ve been paying attention to how much houses are listed for in the neighborhoods you’re eyeing and have a realistic view of how much a house will cost you, you’re in good shape. But if you’re dreaming about that big corner house with no clue about it’s asking price, you may want to spend some more time becoming familiar with the market and how much houses are going for.

2. Have the money for a down payment and closing costs.

The down payment is a percentage of the value of the property. Freddie Mac says the percentage will be determined by the type of mortgage you select. Down payments usually range from 3 to 20 percent of the property value. Also, you may be required to have Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI or MI) if your down payment is less than 20 percent. Closing costs include points, taxes, title insurance, financing costs and items that must be prepaid or escrowed and other settlement costs. You can expect to pay between from 2 to 7 percent of the property value. Generally, buyers will receive an estimate of these costs from your lender after you apply for a mortgage.

3. Know how much you can afford.

Freddie Mac says that as a general guide, your monthly mortgage payment should be less than or equal to a percentage of your income, usually about a quarter of your gross monthly income. Also, your income, debt and credit history go into determining how much you can borrow. As a general rule, your debt -credit card bills, car loans, housing expenses, alimony and child support — should not be more than about 30 to 40 percent of your gross income.

4. Know what additional expenses will come with owning a home.

This includes homeowners insurance, utility bills, maintenance costs — roofing, plumbing, heating and cooling.

5. Have your credit in good shape and make sure your credit report is accurate.

Potential lenders will view your credit history — how much debt you’ve accrued, how many accounts you have open, whether your payments are made on time, etc. — to determine whether they’ll give you a loan. You should get a report from each of the three credit reporting companies: Equifax, Experian, and Trans Union.

6. You haven’t made any recent major purchases, particularly a vehicle.

If you do, you may have a harder time getting a loan — or it could potentially lower the amount you’ll be approved for.

Dawson, Michele. “Signs That You’re Ready to Buy.” Realtor.com. Copyright © by Realty Times, n.d. Web.

10 Summer Moving Tips

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How to prepare for a seamless transition

If you’re moving this summer, the busiest season for moving, you know how daunting it can be. But if you create a blueprint for your move, the transition from house to house will go more smoothly.

Here are 10 things you can do to prepare for a seamless transition.

1. Full serve, partial serve or a do-it-yourself move.

Can you do it alone or should you hire a licensed moving company for a full-service or partial-service move? This is one of the first and often most difficult questions soon-to-be moving households face. The answer depends on your lifestyle, household size, budget and amount of time you have to get everything accomplished. Get written quotes from at least three licensed moving companies so you know you’re getting the best deal based on your specific moving needs. Moving yourself or doing a partial-service move? Packing calculators can make it easier to estimate the amount of boxes and packing materials needed.

2. Plan to unpack BEFORE you pack.

Take photos of each room in the new home before you arrive with furniture, plants, appliances and family in tow. Write down on a clip board where each item should go in your next home before packing, and carry it with you on moving day. List out the major items that need to be assembled first. As you place each item in its new room, cross it off the list and you will be one step closer to enjoying your new home.

3. Be strategic about packing.

If you have more than a month to ‘pick up and move’, start early. Complete a free change of address and schedule utilities ahead of time at Moving.com. Start packing early. Whether it’s one room, one cabinet or a drawer at a time, weed through what may be years of accumulation. As you’re going through your belongings, divide everything into these helpful categories: donate to charity, give to a friend, recycle, trash, pack now, or keep handy until moving day. You’ll be surprised at how much you can donate, recycle or give to friends. And, you’ll not be overwhelmed with the task at hand three days before you move.

4. Moving is NOT child’s play. Plan ahead.

Consider daycare on moving day, or get help from a friend or family member. Provide lunch or some other appropriate thank you gesture if you do call in a favor. If that’s not an option, prioritize setting up safe places for your children to play in the new home on moving day so they’re not underfoot. This will help everyone remain happy and calm on moving day.

5. Don’t fight with Fido.

Sometimes we forget that all the packing and constant in-and-out of visitors is stressful for animals. Consider checking your pet into a daycare facility, or setting up a time for a friend to take them or check them into petday care. Don’t let your four-legged best friends get lost in the shuffle and remember to make day-of moving arrangements.

6. Keep track of small parts.

Some items need to be broken down into pieces when moving, but do you know what to do with the small screws and washers that you end up with? Rather than tape them to the furniture, which can result in losing them, put everything in a baggie that is clearly marked and sealed. Keep all of the separate baggies together in one box on moving day and personally take it with you to your new home.

7. Take pictures of electronic hook-ups.

Hooking up TVs, DVRs, home theater systems and computers can be challenging. Before unplugging any wires for the move, take a photo of the connections, print them out and label them in detail. This will create fewer headaches when setting up technology in the new home. Keep track of all loose wires using baggies or boxes that are clearly labeled, and personally carry these easy-to-lose items on moving day.

8. Packing cleaning products and toxins.

Products such as detergents, pesticides and paint are heavy and unwieldy to pack. Dispose of as many as possible before the move in an eco-friendly way. Call your city’s waste disposal department for guidance on proper disposal. For items that must be transported, pack them in a small box within a larger box for protection against leaks. Don’t overstuff boxes with these items! Consider marking these boxes in a different color, and seal them extra tight. Keep them separate from the rest of the boxes, particularly if you have kids and pets.

9. Consider getting full value insurance protection.

If using a professional mover, it may cost a few dollars extra, but it provides peace of mind and eliminates later annoyances. Investing in full value protection means any lost or damaged articles will be repaired or replaced, or a cash settlement will be made at current market value, regardless of age. It’s important to note that the required minimum coverage of 60 cents per pound would not cover the replacement cost of more expensive items such as a flat screen TV if damaged in transit.

10. Know your rights.

If using a professional mover, research your rights as a consumer with either the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) for interstate moves or contact the state agency within the state in which you reside for moves within state. Also, enlist the help of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) or local law enforcement if the moving company fails to live up to its promises or threatens to hold your belongings hostage. FMCSA requires interstate movers to offer arbitration to help settle disputed claims.

Signs That You’re Ready to Buy

Signs That You're Ready to Buy

Six tips that tell you it’s time

Figuring out whether you’re ready to buy a house, whether you’re a renter or are aiming to move up or size down, can be a daunting task. But there are signs that will indicate whether you’re ready to take the buying plunge.
If you are thinking about buying, you’re not alone. So are you ready to make the move?
You might be if you:

1. Are familiar with the market.

If you’ve been paying attention to how much houses are listed for in the neighborhoods you’re eyeing and have a realistic view of how much a house will cost you, you’re in good shape. But if you’re dreaming about that big corner house with no clue about it’s asking price, you may want to spend some more time becoming familiar with the market and how much houses are going for.

2. Have the money for a down payment and closing costs.

The down payment is a percentage of the value of the property. Freddie Mac says the percentage will be determined by the type of mortgage you select. Down payments usually range from 3 to 20 percent of the property value. Also, you may be required to have Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI or MI) if your down payment is less than 20 percent. Closing costs include points, taxes, title insurance, financing costs and items that must be prepaid or escrowed and other settlement costs. You can expect to pay between from 2 to 7 percent of the property value. Generally, buyers will receive an estimate of these costs from your lender after you apply for a mortgage.

3. Know how much you can afford.

Freddie Mac says that as a general guide, your monthly mortgage payment should be less than or equal to a percentage of your income, usually about a quarter of your gross monthly income. Also, your income, debt and credit history go into determining how much you can borrow. As a general rule, your debt -credit card bills, car loans, housing expenses, alimony and child support — should not be more than about 30 to 40 percent of your gross income.

4. Know what additional expenses will come with owning a home.

This includes homeowners insurance, utility bills, maintenance costs — roofing, plumbing, heating and cooling.

5. Have your credit in good shape and make sure your credit report is accurate.

Potential lenders will view your credit history — how much debt you’ve accrued, how many accounts you have open, whether your payments are made on time, etc. — to determine whether they’ll give you a loan. You should get a report from each of the three credit reporting companies: Equifax, Experian, and Trans Union.

6. You haven’t made any recent major purchases, particularly a vehicle.

If you do, you may have a harder time getting a loan — or it could potentially lower the amount you’ll be approved for.

Dawson, Michele. “Signs That You’re Ready to Buy.” Realtor.com. Copyright © by Realty Times, n.d. Web.

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Simpson Real Estate has been active in the general brokerage business in Nacogdoches since 1962. LaDonna Simpson is the principal broker/Realtor and is partnered with Jennifer Simpson,Associate Realtor. The company has been involved in the community for 50 years in Nacogdoches TX. Our primary brokerage business employs eight Realtors with several years’ experience in the area. All are active in community service and service to the Board of Realtors. We help our clients sell and buy homes, farms, and commercial properties in Nacogdoches County as well as surrounding communities. We have a reputation for integrity and good work ethics in our profession. We subscribe to the ethics of the National, State, and local real estate boards and, as a result, have never been involved in any controversy involving our services to clients. Our agents are available every day and weekends until dark to serve clients.

The Simpson’s expanded the general real estate brokerage business by adding a property management division in 1966. Since then their management company has successfully managed as many as 6 multifamily complexes in Nacogdoches ranging from student rented apartment to elderly housing units.

Simpson Development Division has added millions to the tax rolls of Nacogdoches County by developing 4 residential subdivisions in the northeast “growth” areas of the city. The Kingwood, Baywood and Kingwood 1 and 2 developments are known for their respect of the Natural environment, wide,safe streets and protective covenants. Some of Nacogdoches finest homes are built in these developed areas.

LaDonna Simpson is the principal broker and managing partner of Simpson Real Estate. She is a founder of Nacogdoches County Board of Realtors and has served in every office of the board including President 6 times since it’s initiation in 1962. She is also a member of the National and Texas Boards of Realtors and was designated as Realtor Emeritus in 2012 by those organizations. She served on the Nacogdoches City Commission for 2 terms and was the first woman elected to that post. She also has served on the Historical Landmark Committee of Nacogdoches. Currently LaDonna is a member of CASA, a volunteer organization for foster children in the area. She was a founding member of the Women’s Shelter of Nacogdoches County in the 1970’s and still supports their efforts.

 

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