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When you buy a home, sure, you're going to look over the house yourself, as carefully and thoroughly as possible before making your offer, but...you're probably not an expert.
The Home Inspector is the Expert.
Just to be clear, the inspector does not appraise the property, make guarantees about the structural viability and building codes, make recommendations on whether you should buy the house or not, or find hidden defects. The inspector will find visible problems that could be overlooked by a real estate agent, a buyer, or a seller - and that is (0 comments)
You see, there are two "sides" to every sale. The listing side and the selling side. Most deals have an agent representing each side, so there are generally two agents involved The seller's side is represented by the listing agent. The buyer's side is represented by the selling agent (also known as the buyer's agent). Agents can deal with both buyers and sellers, but the majority tend to focus their efforts on one or the other. Some even exclusively handle either buyers or sellers. Search Homes For Sale in Arizona
Some aspects of real estate become very routine to realtors, who deal with the same issues over and over. However, these same issues are sometimes new to buyers and sellers - and not immediately understood. This situation came up recently between a buyer and seller. A home was listed for sale at $210,000. The excited buyer made an offer to buy the home at $203,000, asking the seller to pay all of their closing costs. The seller scratched his head. How much are closing costs, anyway? Closing costs can vary widely, mostly dependent (0 comments)
First Time Home Buyers Downpayment Assistance: Homes for Sale in Arizona - 09/28/10 01:11 PM
Don't have enough money for your downpayment? Gifts Still Make Great Down Payments Down payment assessment gift programs are dead for the foreseeable future, but home buyers can still receive and use gifts to supplement their down payments with FHA loans. It's just important to be informed about the rules and restrictions. Homes For Sale in Arizona Buyers today and especially first-time home buyers are often in need of extra help when it comes to the down payment. FHA loan programs still allow buyers to receive gifts, just not from anyone with any interest in the sale. So the generosity (0 comments)
Do you know someone in need of Horse Property or even a home on an acre of land or more?
Horse Property For Sale in Phoenix Horse Property For Sale in Waddell Horse Property For Sale in Desert Hills
We specialize in Horse Property for Sale in Arizona. Believe it or not the demand for Horse Property/Acreage is at an all time high right now. We have clients on the side lines waiting for a home to hit the market. So if you have horse property that you want to sell maybe the time is now (0 comments)
Is NOW the time to Buy a Home in Buckeye? Homes for Sale in Buckeye AZ - 09/13/10 05:52 PM
Are you looking for Homes for Sale in Buckeye Arizona and want to know if now is the time to buy? Well this market distress index will tell you how Buckeye ranks against other cities. The lower the index level the better Buckeye is doing and the higher the index level the more distressed Buckeye is. It will even break it down to pre-foreclosures for sale in Buckeye, Lender Owned Homes for Sale in Buckeye Normal Homes for Sale in Buckeye. Then break it down even further and tell you the average price per square foot of each one of those (lender owned, pre-foreclosure, normal sales) and compare it to the month before. (0 comments)
The word on the street is that the economy is suffering and the housing market is still on the decline in Arizona. Well we have a different perspective on that. After reading many articles and analyzing the statistics we have come to the conclusion that the News Stations are not telling you the entire truth.
We will present some numbers to you and you can decide for yourself what kind of Real Estate Market we are in right now.
Disclaimer: ActiveRain Corp. does not necessarily endorse the real estate agents, loan officers and brokers listed on this site. These real estate profiles, blogs and blog entries are provided here as a courtesy to our visitors to help them make an informed decision when buying or selling a house. ActiveRain Corp. takes no responsibility for the content in these profiles, that are written by the members of this community.