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Welcome to….. 610 Yucca Circle Harker Heights Prepared by Lilo Carroll, CRP, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, RFC, RRC ERA Colonial Real Estate


Homebook Homebook Index Part I Information on the Property

Part II Information on the Area

Part III Financing Proposals

Part IV Information on the Agent & Company

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Homebook Homebook Part I Information About The Property

Size

2,177 s.f.

4 BR 2 baths

Year built 1993

2 car garage

Lot size

Sprinkler system

.216 acre

Cul-de-sac

Florida Room

1 LV & 2 Dng

Loads of shade trees

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Homebook Homebook Pproperty Highlight Sheet

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Homebook Homebook Specifics about the home: Salado Premier Builders Location:

Briarwood Estates subdivision

Lot:

Cul-de-sac, .216 acre, fully privacy fenced, mature shade trees

Entry:

Raised, covered porch, eye-brow transom; side lites

Foyer:

hard tiled; raised ceiling; crown molding,

Living Room:

plush carpeting; raised ceiling; Triple, transom topped windows;

Formal Dining Room: Kitchen:

plush carpeting; raised ceiling; crown molding

hard tiled flooring; ample counter & cabinet space; upgraded sink faucet; smooth-surface range, microwave

Breakfast area: hard tiled flooring; double windows w/custom blinds; chair rail Den:

plush carpeting, lighted ceiling fan, brick-breasted fireplace flanked by windows, atrium door accessing the Florida Room

MBR:

plush carpeting; raised, tiered ceiling w/lighted ceiling fan; generously proportioned to accommodate computer station

Mbath:

tiled flooring; cultured marble topped vanity w/gentlemen’s height section, soaking tub; separate, walk-in shower; separate toilet compartment w/Johnny cabinet, walk-in closet

BR 2:

carpet; “chapel” ceiling, lighted fan; eye-brow transom window, reach-in closet

Hall:

Space to accommodate bookshelf

Bath:

tiled flooring; cultured marble topped vanity top, tiled tub surround

BR 3:

carpet; lighted ceiling fan; reach-in closet

BR 4:

carpet; reach-in closet; lighted ceiling fan;

Florida Room: tiled flooring, cathedral ceiling, ample windows for natural illumination, atrium door accessing patio Utility room:

tiled flooring; window for natural light, pantry closet

Garage:

2 bay car garage; garage door opener, fold-away attic access,

Amenities:

automatic sprinkler system; 1 year limited warranty

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Homebook Homebook Dear Potential Buyers……….. As you are considering which house to choose for your next home, we wanted you to know a little bit more about ours. Maybe the things about it that we have enjoyed will be what you are looking for as well!! We decided on this home over the other houses we saw because………. Of the very quiet, established neighborhood! Be sure to notice these features about our house……. Bedroom sizes, especially the master bedroom; nice, mature shade trees; shaded front and back yard! While living here, we have really enjoyed the benefits of……. Quiet location, friendly neighbors, Harker Heights parks, Our neighborhood is enjoyable because……………. Everyone watches out for each other, community spirit. Having a State Trooper’s car parked at the subdivision’s entry is a perk, The things we will miss most about living here is……. Coming home to a sense of serenity after work, I really like this home, it’s jus become too big for me

GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR HOUSEHUNTING!!

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Homebook Homebook Grandly scaled formal living room showcases raised ceiling w/lighted ceiling fan, crown molding; triple, transom topped windows peak into the Florida room. Plush carpeting blankets the floor

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Formal dining room offers raised ceiling and crown molding. Faux wood blinds dress the twin windows that provide natural lighting

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Hard-tiled floor pavers stretch from the light-filled breakfast area into the kitchen, providing continuity. Twin windows channel natural light into the room. Ample space grants furniture placement versatility

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Homebook Homebook This well laid-out kitchen offers ample counter and cabinet space.

Appliances include microwave, smooth-surface electric range, and refrigerator; stainless steel sink features an updated faucet. Breakfast bar transitions into the family room

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Homebook Homebook Octagon-tiered ceiling with lighted fan and crown molding enhances the room’s proportion. Brick-faced fireplace is flanked by windows

Ample wallspace easily meets all furniture placement requirements

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Homebook Homebook Regally sized master bedroom features octagon-tiered ceiling enhanced with crown molding, lighted ceiling fan, plush carpeting, and sufficient space to accommodate an office/computer station

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The nicely appointed master bath presents a deep soaking tub, separate walk-in shower, twinbowl, cultured marble topped vanity with raised gentleman’s section, and walk-in closet.

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Homebook Homebook Florida room is the perfect spot to lounge and relax in climate controlled comfort. Cathedral ceiling rises to pump natural light into the formal living room through triple transoms. Atrium door accesses the open patio and back yard.

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Homebook Homebook Chapel ceiling in the 2nd bedroom delivers architectural interest, as does the fan-light transom.

All secondary bedrooms boast plush carpeting, lighted ceiling fans, and amply sized reach-in closets

Faux-wood blinds dress the windows in all the minor bedrooms

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Homebook Homebook View of the back of the home, enhanced by narrow planter beds and an open patio

Mature shade trees dott the back yard, perfect setting for spending summer evenings outdoors

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Homebook Homebook Part II Information About The Area

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Harker Heights The Bright Star of Texas A vibrant, growing city proud of its hometown atmosphere! It has become one of the fastest growing communities in central Texas. The population has now hit a high of 26,000 and more. It's location in the rolling hills of Central Texas, adjacent to Stillhouse Hollow Lake and close to Lake Belton, offers the best in scenic home sites. Its neighborhoods are quiet, peaceful, & extremely friendly. Harker Heights is minutes from in-town shopping facilities including Market Heights shopping center, several plazas and other quality stores. Sizable malls are located nearby in Killeen, Temple, Waco, and Austin. For all these reasons, Harker Heights enjoys a reputation as one of the most desirable residential communities in Texas. Harker Heights is just a nice place to call home.

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Homebook Homebook Harker Heights Community Park Located on Hwy 2410

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Homebook Homebook Attractions close by

Peloton Ridge Country Club and Central Texas Athletic Club 501 Sun Meadows Drive

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Homebook Homebook Restaurants close by

Parks in Harker Heights

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Homebook Homebook Carl Levin City Park Featuring walking trails, scenic lagoon, play ground, pavilion, community garden

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Homebook Homebook City Hall

Police Department

Shopping facilities

Seton Medical Center

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Homebook Homebook Stillhouse Hollow Lake View from “The Ridge”

Marina, close to Stillhouse Hollow Lake Dam

Famed Texas sunsets above the calm waters of the lake

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Homebook Homebook General Facts about the Area The romantic legendary West is very much a part of Killeen’s history and of its character today. But only a part…. On May 15, 1882, a Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Train chugged into a stretch of land in West Bell County, then populated with only a smattering of buildings. The arrival of that train marked the birth of Killeen. Named for a railroad official, Frank P. Killeen, the young town did not take long to put down roots and begin to grow. In a few short years, Killeen had become one of the state’s leading shipping centers for cotton, wool, and other produce. Outlaws Sam Bass, John Wesley Hardin, and Jesse James all traveled the road just south of Killeen that is now known simply as Texas Highway 195. In September 1942, Camp Hood was located just next door to the growing Killeen, and the huge Army post took in much of the agricultural lands, which fed the city’s economy. A new economic base established, as Camp Hood, eventually became Fort Hood in 1950 and grew into the largest military post in the free world.

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WELCOME TO FORT HOOD!! WHERE IS FORT HOOD?? It’s the largest armored military installation in the nation, and the Army’s best kept secret! Covering 339 square miles, Fort Hood has been a permanent post since 1950. Named after the famous Confederate General John Bell Hood, it is now home to III Corps, training and supporting two divisions and over ten tenant organizations. Located in the “Heart of Texas”, just to the west of the IH-35 north/south corridor, Fort Hood is equidistant to Waco and Dallas to the north and Austin and San Antonio to the south (about 50 and 125 miles each respectively).

CLIMATE - Our weather is beautiful, for the most part. We do have a definite summer, with temperatures in the high 90’s (above 100 occasionally), but it is tolerable because the humidity level is low and we normally enjoy a breeze. Spring and fall are very pleasant, requiring neither heat nor air conditioning. We do have a few nights during the winter when temperatures drop below the freezing mark, and it snows every two to three years (the kids love it, as all schools will close).

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Homebook Homebook LOCATION – Killeen, Harker Heights, and Copperas Cove surround Fort Hood and are located just at the fringe of the famed “Hill Country”, preserving their small town atmosphere yet offering most of the big city conveniences. The cost of living is quite reasonable. Utilities are very economical and gasoline is probably cheaper than most parts of the country. Property taxes are conservative (see enclosure), no state income tax, but an 8.25% sales tax. GREENERY - which we have, regardless of what you may have heard or are anticipating. The countryside is picturesque, with rolling terrain, and abundance of wild flowers, and numerous lakes, rivers, and tributaries adding to the beauty and open feeling. COMMUNITY - the tri-city area is not your typical Texas settlement. The combined population is almost cosmopolitan; most of the residents are widely traveled (due to the military influence) bringing with them a broad range of experiences and tastes. SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES - The local school system is widely recognized as one of the best in the state. Its innovation has originated and developed many ideas and programs that are now used statewide. Programs of instruction offered to students of all ages are comprehensive, challenging, and diverse. The Killeen community has approximately 90 churches representing over 20 different religious denominations. You are likely to find the one you are looking for close to your home. HIGHER EDUCATION – American Preparatory Institute, and Central Texas College are located between Killeen and Copperas Cove, adjoining Fort Hood. Texas A & M University Central Texas’ campus is situated at 1902 S. Clear Creek Road, at the intersection with Hwy 195. 15 miles to the east finds Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton, while UT in Austin and Baylor in Waco are equidistant to the south and north respectively. HEALTH CARE – Metroplex Hospital, Seton Medical Center Harker Heights, Scott & White Urgency Care, & several clinics provide medical care to all citizens. Darnall Army Medical Center serves the military component of our community.

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Homebook Homebook SHOPPING – Killeen boasts a spacious mall with over 100 shops, specialty stores, restaurants, and beauty shops. Several strip shopping centers (to include chains as Super WalMart) cater to all price ranges and preferences. Market Heights shopping center is located in Harker Heights, and includes Barnes & Noble, Old Navy, Petco, Target; Bed, Bath & Beyond, and many more.

WHERE CAN YOU GO FROM HERE? – Lots of places, and they are not far from here! Austin, the capital of Texas, is barely an hour’s drive away; Waco hosts the Texas Ranger’s museum, San Antonio offers the Alamo and River Walk, and “Shamu”; Dallas has Six Flags Over Texas; Houston boasts NASA; and Corpus Christie and Galveston have the beaches. The Texas “hill country” offers an abundance of sightseeing all around us.

WHAT ELSE CAN WE SAY? – We have culture! Vive Les Arts Societe, founded in 1976, continues to develop and promote cultural activities in the Greater Fort Hood area. In 1991 the Societe opened a center for the performing arts, which features a 400-seat theater and a combination gallery/reception area.

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Homebook Homebook Points of Interest FESTIVAL OF FLAGS The festival of Flags is an annual celebration of the many nationalities and cultural heritages represented by the residents of the Killeen/Fort Hood area. Begun in 1968, and sponsored by the Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce, the Festival has developed numerous events that promise fun and entertainment for the whole family: Parade, Arts and Crafts, Sidewalk Art Show, Military Static Display, International Food Fair, Barbecue Cook Off, Cobbler Cook Off, Children’s Activities, Little League Softball Tournament, Volksmarch, Street Dance, and an All City Choir Performance!

Date: Memorial Day Weekend Contact (for details): The Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce. 254-526-9551 FOURTH OF JULY Each year, Fort Hood invites the public to experience many of the vehicles, weapons, and training exercises used in today’s Army. On the fourth of July, Fort Hood displays acres of aviation and fighting vehicles. For this one day, you can crawl in the driver’s seat and pretend you are flying helicopters and driving tanks. To further delight you, aviation and horse platoon performances, music, food, and tank rides are available. To end the day’s events, view an exciting display in the Grand Style of the U.S. Army!

Date: Fourth of July Contact: III Corps Public Affairs Office 254-287-8506 Starving Artist Show Conder Park sets the mood for a lovely Sunday afternoon. Stroll among the trees enjoying the works of many Texas artist and craftsmen. Sponsored by the Killeen Civic Art Guild, this annual event showcases works priced at $100 or less! Discover unique, native pieces you’ll enjoy for years to come. Free Admission!

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Homebook Homebook Neighborhood Information Shopping Harker Heights and Killeen are served by the Killeen Mall, located at 2100 S. W.S. Young Drive and HWY 190, which offers Dillard’s, Burlington, and JC Penney’s as anchor stores, as well as a host of boutiques and specialty shops. Market Heights in Harker Heights offers Barnes & Noble, Target, Pet Co, Kirkland’s, and many more specialty stores in addition to a number of restaurants. There are also several strip shopping centers throughout the areas.

Transportation Arrow Trailways of Texas and Kerrville Bus Line serve the greater Fort Hood area with bus service at all times of the day. The “Hop” offers local service throughout the Killen/Harker Heights/Belton/Temple areas.

Hospitals There are several hospitals serving the community: Metroplex Hospital, Rollins Brook Hospital, Scott & White Urgent Care, Seton Medical Center, and Darnall Army Medical Center, plus several medical clinics.

Airport The Killeen-Fort Hood Regional Airport is located at 8101 Clear Creek Road in Killeen, and offers commuter air transportation to the DFW International Airport, Houston Intercontinental Airport, and Atlanta, GA through American, United, and Delta airlines Miscellaneous Driver’s License Office: Department of Public Safety 5100 W. Elms Road, Killeen

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The Home of Fort Hood Killeen is situated in western Bell County, about equidistance between Waco and Austin. It was named after Frank P. Killeen, the assistant general manager of Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe Railway, which platted this 70-block town. Within a year Killeen boasted a railroad depot, several stores, a saloon, and a school. Killeen soon became an important shipping point, and continued to expand; by 1931 there were 1260 residents. During the depression federal funds constructed Highway 190 through the area, a project which provided jobs and sustenance during this time of economic hardship. In 1942 Camp Hood was created to serve as a military training base; it was re-commissioned as Fort Hood in 1950, and Killeen’s prosperity soon became dependent on the military presence. In 1955 Killeen’s population numbered approximately 21,076. Increased activity at Fort Hood, coupled with military personnel, separating from the military and choosing to remain here, contributed to the town’s continued growth to its present 100,000+ residents. Killeen is set in the foothills of the Central Texas hill country, a picturesque vista with close proximity to two beautiful lakes. One will find ample opportunities for fun and relaxation, and a vast array of activities ranging from rodeo to cultural trips, and a wide selection of shopping and dining facilities

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Homebook Homebook Part III Financing Proposals

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Homebook Homebook Financial Proposals The following pages include projections of a hypothetical buyer for illustration purposes only.

If you would like this type of detailed information for yourself, please contact the listing agent.

Buyer Qualification

Buyer Closing Costs

Various Financing Plans

ARM vs. FRM

Mortgage Comparison

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Homebook Homebook Part IV Information on the Agent and the Company

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Homebook Homebook Company Profile Of: ERA Colonial Real Estate 777 Indian Trail Harker Heights, TX 76548 Serving Harker Heights, Killeen, and Copperas Cove, ERA Colonial Real Estate is the area’s largest company and boasts many of the most experienced real estate brokers and sales associates in the Fort Hood vicinity. We realize the relocation needs of the military families based on our own prior military experience.

As a member of Cartus Mobility Services, we are proud to have the Home Equity Relocation Center (HRC) designation. The HRC network is composed of the leading, marketdominant real estate companies, committed to quality service, who have set and continue to maintain the high standards of the industry. One of Cartus Mobility Services client’s is the USAA Real Estate Rewards Network, and our affiliation afforded us to be that program’s local representative. ERA COLONIAL REAL ESTATE offers sellers and buyers the most up to date services that include: •

Multiple Listing Service

Area & Neighborhood Familiarization

Relocation and Referral Services

Price Counseling

Residential & Commercial Properties

Construction of Your New Dream Home

Property Management

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Homebook Homebook ERA Colonial Real Estate has achieved the reputation as a leading entity in the market of real estate and has been proven by it’s affiliation with many area builders. ERA Colonial Real Estate exclusively markets for several local builders. Our dedication to customer service and ERA’s exclusive Seller’s Security Plan, “If we don’t sell your house, ERA will buy it!” have allowed us the pleasure of working with the majority of buyers and sellers in the area. ERA Colonial Real Estate has continued to grow and now consists of six offices statewide, to include: Harker Heights, Salado, Georgetown, Austin, Buda, and San Antonio.

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Homebook Homebook Exclusive Services Provided Comparative Market Analysis – A written report of the transactions in your neighborhood to identify similar properties that have sold recently or are currently on the market in an effort to determine a realistic value for the subject property. Financing Proposals - Written proposals, such as Buyer Qualifications, Financing Plans, 15 Year vs. 30 Year Mortgages, Adjustable vs. Fixed Rate Mortgages, Rent vs. Buy, Repurchase Analysis, and Amortization Schedules will help buyers and sellers in the decision making process. Homeowner’s Tax Worksheets – A detailed and organized method of tracing the basis in a personal residence in order to keep the gain as low as possible. This is especially important to help the homeowner to maximize the allowable capital gain exclusion. Market Preparation Guide – A report designed to help the homeowner maximize the marketing efforts by improving the condition of the home, “setting the stage” before showings, and knowing what to do when the property is being shown. Homeowner’s Analysis – A simple and easy to understand form that illustrates the tax advantages and investment potential of home ownership.

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Homebook Homebook Representing Your Best Interests in Real Estate Lilo Carroll offers a wealth of experience in real estate. She has practiced real estate in the greater Fort Hood area since 1979. To show her commitment to the profession she has pursued continued education and obtained her broker’s license in 1984; her GRI (Graduate, Realtor’s Institute) and CRS (Certified Residential Specialist) designations in 1984; her RRC (Referral and Relocation Certified (designation in 1991; and the coveted CRP (Certified Relocation Professional) designation in 1992. Lilo was instrumental in forming military relocation fairs in Fort Leavenworth, KS, as well as providing relocation assistance seminars at various military installations nationwide. Her yearly attendance at real estate and relocation oriented conventions and educational sessions nationwide assured up-todate knowledge of the real estate field. Lilo has been an invited panel member/speaker for USAA at the bi-regional conferences on military relocation aspects. When you hire Lilo Carroll, you get the benefits of her knowledge and judgment, as well as a team that will go the extra mile to make your transition as smooth and satisfactory as possible. Lilo is eager to share her experience with her clients, as well as her fellow REALTORS®. To paraphrase Will Rogers, “Lilo Carroll knows what she is doing, she loves what she is doing, and she believes in what she is doing.” Professional Designations CDPE -

Certified Distressed Properties Expert

CRP

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Certified Relocation Professional

CRS

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Certified Residential Specialist

e-PRO -

Internet Professional

GRI

Graduate of REALTORS Institute

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RECS -

Real Estate Cyber Space

RFC

Residential Financial Consultant

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Homebook Homebook Thank you for taking the time to look at our home. We wish you the best of luck with your house hunting and we hope you find the home that is exactly right for you. Sincerely, Lilo Carroll And The Beliveau Family

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610 Yucca Circle, Harker Heights, TX 76548  

Just The Beginning!! Located in sought-after Harker Heights on an oversized cul-de-sac lot in a family friendly neighborhood, this lovingly...

610 Yucca Circle, Harker Heights, TX 76548  

Just The Beginning!! Located in sought-after Harker Heights on an oversized cul-de-sac lot in a family friendly neighborhood, this lovingly...

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