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6 stall barn with tack room, grooming stall, hay storage and potential for 2-3 more stalls. Covered arena just in time for winter in Salem Oregon! See a video tour and then call to schedule your viewing! 503-999-4497 Catherine Ulrey (3 comments)
Do you REALLY want to make an offer on a 'short sale' ?? - 09/27/11 05:42 PM
Do you have the patience of Job? If not, you may want to think twice about buying selling in a short sale situation in Salem Oregon. The blog was just written by Deb Espinoza of Stage Presence Homes, but I though she did a great job at explaining why real estate buyers and sellers need to evaluate their circumstances. Via Debbie Espinoza GRI, Broker, ABR ePro, SFR, CNE (Stage Presence Homes, San Diego Real Estate): National Association of Realtors (NAR) has just confirmed that short sales are still anything but 'short', stating an average time frame for a short sale taking 16.6 weeks! (3 comments)
Protection from Brazen Coyotes - 09/26/11 10:22 PM
This article was originally written by Leolinda Bowers in Sun City West, Arizona about Coyote invasions. This advice applies to coyotes in Oregon too! They have been coming in close to my neighbors too here in South Salem near Turner Oregon lately. Lots of cats have gone missing. I am not missing any chickens or cats personally, probably because they keep eating the neighbors animals! Via Leolinda Sun City Grand Real Estate Phoenix Arizona Retirement Communities (Ken Meade Realty Sun City Grand): Brazen Coyotes
Sun City Grand homeowners’ association sent an email release on September 26, 2011 from Mitzi Mills (2 comments)
The Benefits of Using a Buyer's Agent When Buying a Los Angeles Home - 09/24/11 09:33 PM
This is a great post written by Jane Peters, Realtor in Los Angeles about the benefits of using an agent when you buy a home. But these pointers apply to buying a home anywhere, like right here in Salem Oregon. It almost becomes more important to use your own agent (not the seller's) when buying acreage property around Salem Oregon because there are several steps throughout the process that the buyer could be taken advantage of. For example, the buyer may not have a flow test performed because the seller simply tells him how great the water is. Or, the listing (3 comments)
Moving to Oregon with Horses - 09/14/11 03:34 PM
Planning on Moving to Oregon with your horse? Here are steps to ensure your move is hassle-free: Contact the Oregon State Veterinary office to get the most-up-to-date requirements for brining horses into the State. Currently, a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (health certificate) is required. But, if your horse does not have the necessary vaccines, you may need to have these administered months before transport. So, it is best to find out early. Request an Equine Relocation Package if you plan on purchasing a home. If the property you are buying does not have a suitable barn or safe fencing, you may (6 comments)
Be sure to get the BEST Deals in Oregon Acreage Real Estate - 09/14/11 03:17 PM
Be sure to get the BEST DEALS in Oregon Acreage Real Estate No one likes to over pay for anything, especially these days. So how do you make sure you don't overpay for acreage real estate in Oregon? There are several steps you can take to prevent this from happening. Clearly identify what type of property you want. If a property is 1/2 price but only has 2 acres when you need 20, is it really a good deal for you? Have your agent pull comps on the house you are considering making an offer Have all of the inspections you (1 comments)
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