United Real Estate is a brokerage firm selling what they call, lifestyle real estate. They have focused on perfecting marketing skills since 1925. They serve three groups, agents, sellers and buyers in the marketing and sales of commercial real estate and other properties. They are part of a conglomerate of 550 offices and 4,000 real estate agents in the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama. As a whole, they have been granted recognition by the Wall Street Journal, AllBusiness.com and Entrepreneur Magazine.
Their marketing division has earned honors for creative design and advertising both online and off.
On July 27, they will offer a group of properties in North Texas for sale at auction. It is a wonderful opportunity for buyers to pick up a property or two at bargain prices. According to David Coleman, of Coleman & Patterson, potential property owners can look at and evaluate a number of different types of properties and bid on them based on fair market prices. Coleman will serve as auctioneer. He is a principle and broker with United Country as well.
Properties up for bidding include commercial properties, recreational land, homes and lots for building. Sizes range from a half acre to more than 360 acre plots. United Country maintains a website where some other properties are shown and described. One example is an 82 acre plot suitable for development in Frisco, Texas. You can view it now in preparation for the auction on July 27.
A smaller acreage (20.2) lies in Double Bayou, Texas. It is described as having open pastures, and being close to the Gulf and greater Houston area. This property is owned by the bank holding the mortgage.
A property in Terrell, Texas is zoned commercial and the size is 6.77 acres. This is the perfect size for development of a small business. There are also ranches suitable for horses, some of which include a house and barn along with pasture land.
Coleman and his business partner bring a high level of both integrity and energy to the marketplace. They have more than 25 years of experience and have sold thousands of foreclosed properties own by banks. Auction attendees will find real estate ranging from homes to commercial land tracts for development in various sizes. You will find an interesting and possibly very profitable experience awaiting you at the July 27 auction.