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240 E Renfro St Ste 101 , Burleson - TX 76028

About Julez Ann

Most Texans refer to me a transplant Texan. I was born and raised in California but my roots come from Burleson, TX where my family is from. I relocated here a few years ago to start my real estate journey. Prior to real estate, I owned and operated my own hair salon in Memphis TN. I was told over the years to get into the business but as a single mom, I was hesitant. I overcame my fears and I have found my 'nitch in the world. I have wonderful reviews and I am the agent you will have for life. I build lifelong relationships, not just a transactions!!

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How To Retain Your Real Estate Clients Effectively?

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Pitch

    The angle of a roof in relation to its horizontal axis expressed as a ratio of inches (cmm) per foot of horizontal distance. The sloping of ground, such as sloping ground away from the rear of a house to prevent the flooding of a basement. A viscous tar resin used in caulking and paving. ...

  • App

    Same as term Application: written statements on a form by a prospective insured about himself, including assets and other personal information. These statements and additional information, such as a medical report, are used by an insurance company to decide whether or not to insure the risk. Falsifi ...

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  • Policy Loan

    Amount that the owner of a life insurance policy can borrow at interest from the insurer, up to the cash surrender value. If interest is not paid when due, it is deducted from any remaining cash value. When the cash value is exhausted, the insurance ceases. If the insured dies, any outstanding polic ...

  • Uniform Provisions

    Language adopted by the national association of insurance commissioners (naic) and recommended or required by state law. While they rarely dictate the language of policies, states often prescribe mandatory or optional policy minimums, or may forbid certain provisions. Therefore, while life and healt ...

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