Terms and Conditions
DISCLAIMER, TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND NOTICES
The properties on our website are Exclusively Listed with Ruple Properties, L.L.C. We represent the sellers of these exclusively listed properties.
If you do not have representation, we can assist you by assigning an experienced real estate agent to represent you through a written Buyer Representation Agreement utilizing the Intermediary process established by the Texas Real Estate Commission. Call our office for setting up an appointment to have one of our real estate professionals represent you in your real estate search and purchase.
The information contained on this site and offered herein was obtained from sources deemed to be reliable. Ruple Properties and or its agents, (The Company), do not warrant the accuracy of the information, whether printed or displayed, presented in marketing materials supplied to prospective buyers. The Prospective buyer assume all responsibility for verifying all information supplied to them by The Company and the buyer prospect should diligently investigate all aspects of a property, including but not limited to, natural and manmade attributes, local, state and federal laws and regulations and all other matters related to the purchase of the property. Prospects should arrive at and draw their own conclusions regarding a particular property(s) usefulness, its value and all other matters related to a purchase. The property is subject to price change and/or adjustment, acreage change and/or adjustment and/or removal from the market, at the sole discretion of the Seller. Boundary maps and property depictions are not to be relied upon as actual or accurate boundary representations, they are only for illustrative informational purposes. All boundary lines should be verified by an existing survey, or the preparation of a new survey, obtained by the prospect, prepared by a licensed surveyor. All acreage and improvement measurements are estimated and should be verified by the buyer prospect. Photos may be distorted due to alterations, enhancements, website technical issues and/or multiple reproductions.
By law, Realtors are prohibited from offering legal advice. A buyer prospect should contact an attorney for legal advice regarding the property including but not limited to access issues, boundary and survey issues, easements, right of way matters, title matters, mineral rights and reservations, closing matters, closing documents and all other matters related to a real estate purchase.