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PO Box 2111 , Edinburg - TX 78540
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About Marissa Hidalgo

With over 15 years of experience in the real estate industry, I am here to assist you with all of your real estate needs--whether buying, selling or leasing property. My business is built on the Golden Rule of treating others as I like to be treated. I am here to listen and to make your real estate experience as stress-free as possible.
I have a wealth of knowledge and experience working with both buyers and sellers throughout the real estate process--from writing the contract to closing of the property. As a professional agent, I will definitely represent your best interests throughout the transaction.
For courteous, professional service, and "can do" attitude, give me a call. I will be honored to assist you. I am just a phone call away!

Marissa Hidalgo

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Buying A Home In Bluffton SC

Buying A Home In Bluffton SC

Buying a home has always been one of the most important financial decisions we had to make as we worked our way up on the social ladder. It is a decision that is not taken lightly and for some people, it can be stressful, but exciting as well. The unique feeling you get when you reach the doorstep of your own home is unmatched and you get a genuine sense of ...

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Living In Estero FL

Living In Estero FL

There are a lot of cities on Florida’s Gulf Coast. In the panhandle, the city of Pensacola is known for its historic air base, as well as being a surprisingly affordable place to live. Further down the coast, the city of Tampa has gained a reputation as one of Florida’s most attractive young metropolitan cities, experiencing rapid population growth in recent ...

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Tips For Realtors: Getting More Clients

Tips For Realtors: Getting More Clients

As a realtor, there are a lot of different areas of your job that you need to focus on to put food on the table. You need to know how to gauge a buyer’s interest, in order to ascertain how interested they are in your listing. You need to establish trust between you and your clients, so they know you’re worthy of their business. It’s also important to ...

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The Trust Shared Between A Real Estate Agent And Their Client

The Trust Shared Between A Real Estate Agent And Their Client

Buying or selling real estate is something most of us experience at some point in our lives. The process can be long and difficult sometimes but in the end a successful transaction is profoundly rewarding. Closing a transaction on a home for a first time home buyer will put a big smile on their face, knowing that they have achieved their dream of homeownership. Selling ...

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Millennials: Good Or Bad For The Real Estate Market?

Millennials: Good Or Bad For The Real Estate Market?

Over the years, the landscape of the housing market has changed dramatically. As the older generation grows even older, a new group is coming into their own as the face of the housing market: millennials. These home buyers are faced with a new set of daunting challenges when it comes to buying a home, and realtors face an entirely different set of challenges when ...

 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Internal Revenue Code

    U.S. tax law that consists of regulations and rules to be followed by taxpayers. The Internal Revenue Code of 1954 is continually revised and amended over time. ...

  • Sinking Fund

    Fund set aside for periodic payments, aimed at reducing a financial obligation taken out to buy real estate, or to accumulate enough funds to buy property or plant expansion. The principal deposited into the sinking fund earns interest. The total amount accumulated is then used for the desired purpo ...

  • Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act Of 1985,1986, And 1990 (cobra)

    Act that mandates that employers who have at least 26 employees must provide a terminating employee and family members, if residents of employee's household, with health insurance coverage for periods of time ranging from 18 to 36 months after termination. The continued coverages end prior to the 18 ...

  • Sherman Antitrust Act

    1890 law prohibiting monopolies and restraint of trade in interstate commerce. The Sherman Act was strengthened in 1914 with amendments known as the Clayton Act that added further prohibitions against price-fixing conspiracies. These federal antitrust laws at first were not applied to the insurance ...

  • Sliding Scale Commission

    Percentage that has an inverse relationship to the loss experience on the business brought in. For example, if a ceding company laid off better risks that resulted in better and more profitable business for the re insurer, it would get a higher commission. ...

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