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About Stacie Strong

Stacie is a full time REALTOR® serving the greater Dallas/Fort Worth and surrounding areas, in addition to partnering with other Professional REALTORS® on Referrals if Your Real Estate Needs are Outside of her Immediate Market Area. Stacie and her team work in the entire Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Easy to reach and happy to answer your questions, you'll find Stacie easy to talk too and a great resource when buying or selling. Don't hesitate to pick up the phone and call her personally. Stacie and her professional  team of affiliates are available to answer all of your Real Estate need in a Promptly manner. Her goal is to get you the information you need expeditiously.

When Buying and/or Selling a home "The Realtor Makes The Difference".  Stacie prides herself in providing her clients with "Superb" Customer Service. "I guide my clients through every step of the Real Estate Process not just during the Real Estate transaction, but by also being a resourceful source with a wealth of useful information to Home Buyers/Home Sellers AFTER the sale as well".

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Stacie Strong

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10440 N Central Expressway, Ste 800 , Dallas - TX 75231

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Header

    in masonry, the stones or bricks that are laid cross ways on a wall providing support to the horizontal stretcher bricks. The ends of the header bricks are visible in the wall. A beam providing lateral support to wall joists around an opening such as a window or finishing roof rafters. ...

  • Tax Free Exchange

    Transfer of real estate from one taxpayer to another that are exempt from federal income taxes. An example is an exchange of property in which ownership of transferred real estate is still kept. In the year of exchange, there is no recognized gain or loss. However, there is an adjustment to basis of ...

  • Transaction Cost

    Expenditure to make a specific security or real estate transaction. Real estate transaction costs include survey costs, mortgage points and origination fees, recording fees, state transfer taxes, survey costs, title insurance, and title search fees. ...

  • Per Accident Limit

    Maximum amount that an insurance company will pay under a liability insurance policy for claims resulting from a particular accident. This maximum amount applies regardless of the amount of property damage or the number of persons injured in that accident. ...

  • Proof Of Loss

    Documentation of loss required of a policyowner by an insurance company. For example, in the event of an insured's death, a death certificate (or copy) must be submitted to the company for a life insurance death benefit to be paid to the beneficiary. ...

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