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About Calvin

Representing buyers only and never sellers

Calvin Kim is an “Exclusive Buyer’s Agent”, meaning that he only represents buyers and never sellers. Why does that matter, you ask? It matters because in real estate, the buyer assumes all of the risk while the seller walks away from the property, usually with some money in their pocket. That’s why it’s crucial to have someone in your corner and your corner alone when purchasing a home.

With A degree in Psychology and Real Estate, Calvin’s keen eye for detail and negotiation experience has helped all types of buyers. Whether you’re a first-time buyer or a house flipper, Calvin can assist you in the purchase of single family home, townhome, for sale by owner,  or in the building of a new home.

If you’re looking to buy a home in the Greater Houston area, Calvin will share his expertise and market knowledge in an honest and straightforward manner.  He also speaks fluent Korean and conversational Spanish.

With HelpUBuy America, buyers can take advantage of the flat-fee program allowing buyers to receive rebates. Call Calvin to ask for more details.

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Homestead Exemption

To qualify, a home must meet the definition of a residence homestead: The home’s owner must be an individual (for example: not a corporation or other business entity) and use the home as his or her principal residence on January 1 of the tax year.

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Appraisal Protest

To protest an appraisal value set by BCAD, a taxpayer must notify the Appraisal District by May 31 or 30 days from the date of the Notice of Appraised Value. If no Notice of Appraised Value was generated by the Appraisal District, a protest may still be filed.

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References

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is a 21st century agency that helps consumer finance markets work by making rules more effective, by consistently and fairly enforcing those rules, and by empowering consumers to take more control over their economic lives.

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Case Studies

The following case studies are brief descriptions of true events that occurred in past home closings. For confidentiality's sake, no exact sales prices of the properties or names of buyers have been disclosed.

CASE STUDY #1

Discounted -$29,900  from the sales price after a drop in the amount of -$20,000 from the original sales price when we first made inquiry. Washer/dryer and refrigerator conveyed at no […]

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CASE STUDY #2

Discounted -$13,000 after sales price has already been reduced many times. Next door neighbor’s property (different floor plan) sold for over $50,000 more than the sales price of the property […]

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CASE STUDY #3

Discounted -$14,250 from the original sales price which was already below the market value. Seller gave me, exclusive buyer’s agent, 1% bonus for closing within a certain amount of time. […]

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