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Get Out There and Vote! - 10/30/08 09:56 AM
No matter what your political affiliation, it is important for you to get out there next Tuesday, November 4th, and exercise one of your most precious rights as an American citizen...VOTE! Here is a list of your local polling places in Lake Havasu City: Precinct #7 (Desert Hills) Desert Hills Fire Station - 3983 London Bridge Road Precinct #33 (Industrial) Lake Havasu Baptist Church - 2101 N Palo Verde Blvd Precinct #34 (Palo Verde) Hampton Inn (Old Holiday Inn) - 245 London Bridge Rd Precinct #35 (London Bridge) Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church - 1975 Daytona Dr Precinct #36 (0 comments)
Is There a Market Turnaround in Lake Havasu City? - 10/23/08 11:33 AM
It appears that the Lake Havasu real estate market is beginning to stabilize and may even be experiencing a turnaround. Home sales have been up since January of this year. They have leveled off in the last four months, but have remained consistent. Lake Havasu listings are down 20% since September 2007. This reduction in inventory means that more homes are selling. Median home prices have also stayed consistently around or under $200,000 throughout 2008. The median home price in September 2007 was $218,750. This means that more people are able to afford to buy a home. Even though home prices are (0 comments)
Lake Havasu Housing Stats for September 2008 - 10/16/08 11:43 AM
The latest statistics for the Lake Havasu real estate market show that single-family home sales in Lake Havasu were up 27% in September from September 2007 (87 single-family homes sold in September 2008 vs 59 in September 2007). However, year-to-date numbers for September 2008 were down 9% from the same time last year (869 year-to-date in 2008 vs 952 year-to-date in 2007). The average sales price has gone down from $262,663 in September 2007 to $240,509 in September 2008. Vacant land sales were down from 6 in September 2007 to 4 in September 2008, but the total dollars in sales has gone up (0 comments)
Sales Are Looking Up in Arizona - 10/09/08 09:38 AM
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) released a report recently that showed pending home sales across the country were up 7.4% in August after a downturn in July. That means that pending home sales were up everywhere across the country, but the Western United States experienced the highest increase: an amazing 18.64%. The biggest growths in pending home sales were found in Arizona, Nevada and California. With lower home prices, the cuts in mortgage rates and the projection of an increase in 30-year fixed mortgage rates going to 6.6% by the end of 2009, now is definitely the time to buy a (0 comments)
Sweat Equity Equals Affordability for First-Time Home Buyers - 10/02/08 11:38 AM
If you're in the market for your first home but your budget can't afford that beautiful, large, brand new home, consider a smaller home or a fixer-upper. The trend nowadays with first time homebuyers has been to buy a bigger home in turnkey condition. However, this may be out of your price range. An older home in need of simple cosmetic work: paint, landscaping, window treatments and/or carpeting, can bring a huge discount on the price. Many sellers are looking to sell a home quickly and decide against making simple changes. Always make sure to get a home inspection before purchasing a property, (0 comments)
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