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If a 17 mile drive from Chandler and 22 miles from Phoenix to save up to $100,000 sounds good, then I would suggest looking at Maricopa New Homes
There’s a lot of new homes in the city of Maricopa at a great time when it’s just as cost effective to buy than rent!
Do you want to sell your home? There’s a lot you need to know. Contact me because I truly want to help!
Yes, we’re still picking up the pieces from the downfall of the market – and that means great deals for you!
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Brian is very competent and knowledgeable with the entire Phoenix area and anyone using his services will be a very satisfied customer!- E&M Casa Grande
Now I would suggest that if you find that perfect home and are ready to make an offer–let Brian negotiate for you. He got the builder to not only give us a great price, but he got them to pay our closing costs, threw in a refrigerator, washer and dryer and the window coverings.- R.C. Maricopa
Dispelling the Rumors
There are 4 types of real estate transactions in the state of Arizona that make up 98% of all transactions. They are short sales, foreclosures, resales and new build/spec homes.
Many prospective real estate buyers and sellers are unsure about the different pros and cons of the often elusive short sale.
For a buyer that is not familiar with the terminology, short sales sound like a great place to start because they can buy the home in a “short” period of time right? Actually no, short sales generally take longer to buy than a regular resale, foreclosure or a spec home!
Short sales are “short” because the home is worth less than the amount owed on the mortgage. For example, let’s say a seller owes $250,000 on a home, but the market dictates that the home is only worth $200,000 then the seller asks the bank for permission to sell the home for $200,000 (market price) and the seller asks the bank to forgive the remaining $50,000 debt. Short sale = short money, not short time.
There are far fewer homes needing to be short sold today verses a few years ago partly because of real estate prices increasing in the past few years, therefore less homeowners are upside down. Homeowners that purchased their home at the height of the market may need to short sell, but many that bought before and after the bubble may be ok to have a regular sale.
Short selling a home is designed to aid owners with financial hardships, whether it may be loss of a job, medical reasons, job transfer, decrease in work hours or a myriad of other issues that are legitimate reasons to short sell. Deciding to short sale a home? There are specific questions you want to ask. Home owner associations and a property with multiple loans on it need specific consideration. A short sale can take as little as a month, or as long as several years. Not all real estate agents are created equal. You need to look toward a short sale specialist.