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  • Northern Nevada Real Estate ... Don't Over Compromise In A Competitive Market

    Posted Under: General Area in Reno, Home Buying in Reno, Home Selling in Reno  |  August 16, 2014 7:13 AM  |  26 views  |  No comments

    Northern Nevada Real Estate ... Don't Over Compromise In A Competitive Market

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    Northern Nevada Real Estate  

    Don't Over Compromise In A Competitive Market  

    Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine RE/MAX Realty Affiliates 
     

    Don't Over Compromise In A Competitive Market

     

    Buying in a competitive market can be frustrating. Inventory is sparse so there isn't much to choose from. When a fitting home becomes available there are others searching just as intently. Offers are made. Someone will buy it, but only one, not all of the people seeking the same type of property. This routine can repeat itself in what seems to be an endless loop. Enter exasperation. What to do?

     

    The first step in buying a home is to identify what you want in a home, establish your wants and needs. As search frustration builds it is tempting to compromise those wants and needs. That is a good time to review them for accuracy. Was it more of a wish list? Are there things on your list that you hope to get, but can live without? Are you clear about what you are asking for? It is not uncommon to see Buyers asking for 1 to 5 acres very happy on a half an acre. They didn't realize how big an acre is, they just knew they wanted more land than what they had.

     

    As you review your wants and needs, don't compromise those that are truly important to you and your lifestyle, or intended lifestyle. If you have 5 children don't accept a 3 bedroom unless the rooms are large and can be partitioned, or you can readily add on and not compromise your budget, cash on hand and the aesthetic appeal of the home. Additionally, a one bathroom home will require a family planning coordinator to get everyone through and out the door in the morning. If you love to cook and entertain don't accept the Pullman kitchen. You'll dislike it immediately and curse it every time you throw a party.

     

    What is a reasonable compromise? Letting go of something that won't have a negative impact on your lifestyle. For example: tile counter tops instead of granite, two car instead of three, dining room too small for grandma's hutch but the hutch could be located in another area of the home, buying near a storage facility instead of having your RV in the yard, buying with a HOA that is reasonable in operation and of nominal cost instead of ruling out the neighborhood, moving to a different school zone, landscaping deficiencies or extravagances can be mitigated, open floorplan vs. defined rooms. Colors can be changed. Carpeting can be changed.

     

    Your home is your castle, your base of family operations. You will spend a lot of time in and around it. You will laugh and cry in it. Make sure there is more of the former than the latter. If you identify your anticipated lifestyle over the years that you will live in the home, and set your wants and needs accordingly, you will be happy in your home. Once you've done that, reviewed it, confirmed it, and know in your heart that it is accurate make sure your Agent knows what is important to you. Armed with that knowledge they won't delay contacting you when the right home comes on the market.

     

    Our Advice: If your wish list isn't working it may be time to tell your Agent the items that you would compromise on. It is important to identify what you can "fudge" on so they know where you are flexible. During all of this, keep your eye on the end goal, buying home that works for you while prices and interest rates are still as good as they presently are. Make a list of what you absolutely must have or want, and a secondary list of what you would really like to have. It will help as properties come up. Perhaps, the location will offset some of the items you would need to compromise on.

     

    Be firm in your resolve of the essentials and flexible in the optional items. Be diligent in your efforts and be patient. A month or two of longer searching and tendering offers to get what you really want is nothing in the context of the years that you will be living in the property. Look at the reality of your situation, not the emotion, and you'll be rewarded with happy, a nice emotion.

     

    When it comes to choosing professionals to assist you with your real estate needs... Experience is Priceless!
     
    Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine are real estate agents with RE/MAX Realty Affiliates in Gardnerville. They are short sale and foreclosure specialists and certified distressed property experts.

     

     

    Contact them at  

    carsonvalleyland@hotmail.com www.carsonvalleyland.com  

     

     

    Don't Over Compromise In A Competitive Market

     

     
    Lisa Wetzel & Jim Valentine
     RE/MAX Realty Affiliates
    1320 US Highway 395 N.
    Gardnerville, Nevada 89410
    775.781.5472 - Cell
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  • 540 Rawe Peak Dayton NV 89403 Tidy Sutro Estates Home in Dayton

    Posted Under: General Area in Dayton, Quality of Life in Dayton, In My Neighborhood in Dayton  |  August 15, 2014 9:01 PM  |  39 views  |  No comments

    540 Rawe Peak Dayton NV 89403 Tidy Sutro Estates Home in Dayton

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    August 15, 2014 08:22 PM
     
    Tidy Sutro Estates Home
    540 Rawe Peak 
    Dayton NV 89403 
    Sutro Estates
    $149,900
     

    * 1158 Sq. Ft.    * 3 Bedrooms   * 2 Bathroom 

    * .14 Acre Lot   * Zoning: NR1    * Built in 1998     

    * APN: 019.794.02  * Taxes: $878.48/year     

    * 2 Car Garage     * CC&Rs: Yes     * Public Access  

    * Carpet and Vinyl Flooring    *HOA: No   

    * Electric Range * Dishwasher  *  Single Oven  

    * Laundry in Hall Closet  *  Natural Gas   

    * Central Air Conditioning  *  Back Fencing

    * Full Landscaping    * Drip System      

    * Uncovered Patio  * MLS # 140009648

    Walk to elementary school from this perfect little family home, wonderfully maintained inside and outside. Large living room adjoins the dining area and kitchen. The master bedroom is quite large with private bath and ample closet space. Two family bedrooms plus second bath offer plenty of room for everyone. The attached two car garage is finished with automatic door opener. Low maintenance landscaping both front and back.  Laundry hook ups in the hall. Natural gas heat and central air conditioning. There is room on the side for RV parking but there is no double gate. There is a drip system but seller believes that many of the line need to be replaced due to age. 
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    RE/MAX Realty Affiliates · 1320 Highway 395, Gardnerville, NV  89410  

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  • 3801 Zeolite Cir Wellington NV 89444 Topaz Ranch Estates JUST REDUCED!

    Posted Under: General Area in Wellington, Home Selling in Wellington, In My Neighborhood in Wellington  |  August 15, 2014 8:59 PM  |  43 views  |  No comments

    3801 Zeolite Cir Wellington NV 89444 Topaz Ranch Estates JUST REDUCED!

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    Amazing Topaz Ranch Estates Home
    3801 Zeolite Circle
    Wellington NV 89444
    Topaz Ranch Estates
    JUST REDUCED!
    $179,750 
     

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    * 2087 Sq. Ft.    * 2 Bedrooms   * 2 Bathroom 

    * 2.86 Acre Lot   * Zoning: SFR1/2  * Built in 1972/2003     

    * APN: 1022.10.002.097  * Taxes: $878.48/year     

    * 3 Car Garage     * CC&Rs: No     * Public Access  

    * Carpet and Wood Flooring    *HOA: No   

    * Breakfast Bar * Gas Range / Stove   *  Propane Fireplace 

    * Laundry Room with Shelves  *  High Ceilings  

    * Evap Cooling   *  Partial Fencing   * Landscaping    

    * Patio and Deck  * RV Parking   * Storage Shed  

    * Workshop  * MLS # 140007834   

    Treasures like this Country Home are rarely found! An Absolutely Amazing Topaz Ranch Estates Home! This beautiful residence offers a lifestyle and amenities that aren't often available at this price. A stunningly beautiful location ... a much loved and tenderly maintained home and ... the garage and shop that everyone is searching for! 3801 Zeolite offers all this and more! Spacious 2,000 sq.ft. plus home with large living room, formal dining area and spacious kitchen that includes a breakfast nook ... that's just the beginning. This country residence includes a family room addition with wood stove, vaulted ceilings all the way to the second story loft and a hundred mile view of Antelope Valley and the beautiful Sweetwater Mountains to the south. The master suite is spacious and includes ample closet area and a private bath. Guest room is also quite large and is easily accessed from the family room. Outside a sweeping deck is bordered by a wonderful rock and flower garden, manmade pond with recycling water fall plus the beautiful native Pinion forest. There's a Fruit Orchard, Garden Area, and a Tranquil Secret Garden just to get away. The detached three car garage with additional enclosed shop plus a separate covered carport are every man's dream! Additional amenities include an insulated storage shed that is finished with electric service.  
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    LISA WETZEL  781-5472   ·   JIM VALENTINE  781-3704

    RE/MAX Realty Affiliates · 1320 Highway 395, Gardnerville, NV  89410  

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  • Northern Nevada Real Estate - Refreshing Lending News

    Posted Under: General Area in Reno, Home Buying in Reno, Home Selling in Reno  |  July 14, 2014 4:11 PM  |  87 views  |  No comments

    Northern Nevada Real Estate - Refreshing Lending News

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    July 14, 2014 04:07 PM
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    Northern Nevada Real Estate  

    Refreshing Lending News

    Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine RE/MAX Realty Affiliates 
     

     

    Refreshing Lending News

     

    There are some interesting recent changes in real estate lending that are benefiting Buyers and Sellers alike. This is refreshing after several years of the industry clamping down and being clamped down on as a result of their overall overzealous approach to lending leading up to the Great Recession. Instead of receiving new limiting government restrictions, policies or procedures announced on a regular basis we are learning of new loan programs that are true game changers.

     

    Mark Clore of US Bank recently told us of a brand new lot/land loan program that is the best land money that we've ever seen, even in "the day". Lot loans have always been due and payable in 3 to 5 years, usually a big balloon payment. The new US Bank program is a 30 year amortization loan without a balloon. Add to that the lower down payment requirement of as low as 20% of the purchase price, a start rate of 4% on an adjustable rate mortgage, relaxed property requirements, and you've got a magical lot financing program.

     

    In the days of big equities most lot Buyers would take out a loan against their primary residence to buy their property. With the evaporation of equity this isn't easy for many people wanting to buy land. Sellers often need to carry the Buyer for awhile if they want to get sold. This type of loan allows Sellers to get cashed out and the Buyer get a better loan rate without a short time balloon than they would expect with owner financing.

     

    Jake Fair of Wells Fargo recently introduced us to the Wells Fargo timely close program and several subtle benefits that are not well known to the public. Wells Fargo is in the top ten for closing time performance as a result of a corporate resolve to have things close in a timely manner. That mindset has extended throughout the company with happy Buyers, Sellers and Agents appreciating their concerted effort to not only be able to close on time, but to be ready to close early in most cases.

     

    Other benefits include payments or credits for different Buyer types. For example, members of a union can receive up to $1,000. Veterans, too, get financial benefits from Wells Fargo due to their veteran status. Jumbo loans can now be as high as 89.9%. Only 10.1% down with no points, good rates, and no mortgage insurance!

     

    Remember the miracle loan offered by the USDA, the Rural Development 100% Guarantee. It is a zero down loan with a reasonable rate and terms. With the right circumstances you can buy a home with no money out of pocket and have your house payment be nominally more than you are paying for rent. Sound too good to be true? Call a good real estate Agent that is familiar with the program and you might find yourself living the dream. This is for rural areas, but some areas near cities qualify, i.e.- Cold Springs outside of Reno. Good just might get better for you. Ask your Agent about the "gap money" aspect of the loan.

     

    Our Advice: These are amazing programs and opportunities and you don't need platinum credit to qualify. Interest rates are still wonderfully low. Housing prices have increased over the past 18 months, but they are still very affordable given the low interest rates and our regional demographics. We are seeing many boomerang Buyers, those that lost a home to foreclosure or short sale, coming back in the market and getting new loans. If you are waiting and watching the real estate market go buy wondering if you could participate, it's time to call a good lender to see what you can do. You will likely be very surprised at how easy it is to get a loan.

     

    We have many good experienced Lenders in Northern Nevada. Don't experiment with a Lender, get a good one. Your Agent can give you the names of several good ones that you can interview. A good Lender is a very valuable component of your real estate transaction.

     

    When it comes to choosing professionals to assist you with your real estate needs... Experience is Priceless!
     
    Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine are real estate agents with RE/MAX Realty Affiliates in Gardnerville. They are short sale and foreclosure specialists and certified distressed property experts.

     

     

    Contact them at  

    carsonvalleyland@hotmail.com www.carsonvalleyland.com  

     

     

    Refreshing Lending News  

     

     
    Lisa Wetzel & Jim Valentine
     RE/MAX Realty Affiliates
    1320 US Highway 395 N.
    Gardnerville, Nevada 89410
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  • Northern Nevada Real Estate Tell Me What I Want To Hear - Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine RE/MAX Realty Affiliates

    Posted Under: General Area in Minden, Home Buying in Minden, Home Selling in Minden  |  July 14, 2014 4:01 PM  |  86 views  |  No comments

    Northern Nevada Real Estate Blog - Tell Me What I Want To Hear!

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    Tell Me What I Want To Hear

    Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine RE/MAX Realty Affiliates 
     

     

    Tell Me What I Want To Hear

     

    When Buyers and Sellers are ready to act they pay a lot of attention to the goings on of the market. There is an abundance of information available from a variety of sources that allows them to become very familiar with their position in the market with minimal effort. Armed with that knowledge, they call an Agent. Then the games begin.

     

    Full time Agents work in the market every day. They know of the new listings, as well as the homes that are about to be listed. They know about some of the sales that haven't closed yet and where they will take the market. They know how Loan Underwriters are behaving, or misbehaving. With all that information and their real estate knowledge, it is amazing how often they will get bamboozled by the Buyer or Seller that only wants to hear information that advances their personal agenda. This usually involves pricing and a customer's strong initial stated position based on hope, want, ego, but not supported by the facts of their situation.

     

    An Agent that tells you what you want to hear, especially when you know in your heart of hearts that it just can't be true, is not working for you. Why would an Agent do that? They may be inexperienced or the property is in a market niche unfamiliar to them. They may need inventory, want a place to put a sign, or are going to use the oldest trick in the book. Oldest trick in the book? List high and then grind the Seller week after week for a price reduction.

     

    Three things occur in such circumstances. You list high and routinely reduce your price until you finally reach market value and it sells. Or, the market catches up to you and you sell, but if you are buying in a rising market your replacement property has also gone up in price. Not so bad if moving down, but if you are moving up you've lost overall. The third option is the listing expires, you haven't sold, and you've lost time from your life waiting in vain.

     

    There are few dumb Buyers today. If they arrive uninformed it is the duty of the Agent to inform them so they don't apply their home town values to homes they see here. That works both ways, up and down. Buyers from the mid-west have sticker shock at how high our prices are while most from California are shocked at how much they can buy for their money. A Buyer that will pay too much for a specific reason can happen, but to troll for the one that will pay too much out of ignorance is not in anybody's best interest.

     

    If you don't have a specialty property that can be worth more to a unique Buyer than what is otherwise market value, don't con your Agent in to listing it at a ridiculous price. If you aren't interested in selling, don't sell. The same applies to Buyers. Yesterday's gone. If you aren't accepting today's values and your Agent is telling you what you want to hear, you won't be buying a home anytime soon.

     

    It is important to understand that Agents don't set the price. Willing Buyers and Sellers set the price. It takes both. Pricing in real estate is not an exact science, but most objective Agents assessing a property for marketing will be fairly close to the same number. In a dynamic market such as we are now in, some may push the price of a new listing a little to see what the market will bear. When an Agent lists something at twice the realistic market value, however, something is awry. Who is doing the talking during the strategy sessions? What are you hearing?

     

    Our Advice: Be aware that most instances where the customer manipulates the Agent into saying what they want to hear is the result of the customer taking information out of context from the whole of the market. They may get led down the path you want them to travel, but it doesn't change the market, only your Agent's view of the market as she looks at it from your tainted perspective. Don't shop Agents until you hear what you want.

     

    If you aren't toying with the market don't play with your Agent. Set realistic objectives and make a plan to achieve them. 

     

    When it comes to choosing professionals to assist you with your real estate needs... Experience is Priceless!
     
    Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine are real estate agents with RE/MAX Realty Affiliates in Gardnerville. They are short sale and foreclosure specialists and certified distressed property experts.

     

     

    Contact them at  

    carsonvalleyland@hotmail.com www.carsonvalleyland.com  

     

     

    Tell Me What I Want To Hear  

     

     
    Lisa Wetzel & Jim Valentine
     RE/MAX Realty Affiliates
    1320 US Highway 395 N.
    Gardnerville, Nevada 89410
    775.781.5472 - Cell
    775.783.6854 - Direct
    775.552.8585 - Fax
     
    Email Us
    View Our Website


     

     

     
     
  • Price Reduced!!! 3801 Zeolite Circle Wellington, Nevada 89444

    Posted Under: General Area, Home Buying, Home Selling  |  July 14, 2014 3:58 PM  |  115 views  |  No comments

    Price Reduced!!! 3801 Zeolite Circle Wellington, Nevada 89444

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      $179,750 - Price Reduced!!! 3801 Zeolite Circle Wellington, Nevada 89444 ... Treasures Like This Country Home Are Rarely Found!  
       
       
     
    Bedrooms: 2
    Bathrooms: 2
    Parking Spaces: 3
    Year Built: 1972
    Subdivision: Topaz Ranch Estates
    Lot Size: 2.86
    Garage Size: 3 + Shop
    School District: Douglas County School District
    Square Footage: 2087
    Agent Name: Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine
    Broker: RE/MAX Realty Affiliates
    MLS #: 140007834

    Price: $179,750
    Flexibility: Price Reduced!
    Additional Pricing Information: Price Reduced!

    3801 Zeolite
     
    Wellington, NV 89444
     
       
       
     
    Price Reduced!!!   Treasures Like This Country Home Are Rarely Found! An Absolutely Amazing Topaz Ranch Estates Home!

    This beautiful residence offers a lifestyle and amenities that aren’t often available at this price. A stunningly beautiful location … a much loved and tenderly maintained home and … the garage and shop that everyone is searching for! 3801 Zeolite offers all this and more! Spacious 2,000 sq.ft. plus home with large living room, formal dining area and spacious kitchen that includes a breakfast nook … that’s just the beginning. This country residence includes a family room addition with wood stove, vaulted ceilings all the way to the second story loft and a hundred mile view of Antelope Valley and the beautiful Sweetwater Mountains to the south. The master suite is spacious and includes ample closet area and a beautiful private bath. Guest room is also quite large and is easily accessed from the family room. Outside a sweeping deck is bordered by a wonderful rock and flower garden, man made pond with recycling water fall plus the beautiful native Pinion forest. There’s a Fruit Orchard, Garden Area, and a Tranquil Secret Garden just to get away. The detached three car garage with additional enclosed shop plus a separate covered carport is every man’s dream! Additional amenities include a insulated storage shed that is finished with electric service.

    Price Reduced!!!   Treasures Like This Country Home Are Rarely Found! An Absolutely Amazing Topaz Ranch Estates Home!

    Appliances
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    • Dishwasher
    • Sink Disposal
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    Interior Amenities
    • Fireplace
    • Vaulted Ceilings
    • Breakfast Bar
    • Mud Room
    • Sun Room
    • Evap Cooling
    • Carpet and Wood Flooring
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    • Tool Shed
    • Deck
    • Storage Shed
    • Workshop
    • Jetted Spa Tub
    • Surrounded by Beautiful Pinion Forest





     
       
       
     
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  • Northern Nevada Real Estate - Writing A Clean Purchase Offer for Real Estate

    Posted Under: General Area in Gardnerville, Home Buying in Gardnerville, Home Selling in Gardnerville  |  July 14, 2014 3:54 PM  |  89 views  |  No comments

    Northern Nevada Real Estate - Writing A Clean Purchase Offer for Real Estate

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    July 14, 2014 03:19 PM

      

    Northern Nevada Real Estate  

    Writing A Clean Offer

    Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine RE/MAX Realty Affiliates 
     

    Writing A Clean Offer

     

    Writing a clean offer is important. The more acceptable your offer is the more likely you will get the home you want. What is a clean offer? It varies according to the property/people-specific circumstances, but here are some general guidelines that you can use to make sure your offer is as acceptable as possible.

     

    Make the terms clear and easily understood. A good standard to use - "would a layman in the jury understand what was written and why?" If you don't understand what was written for you do you think a Seller would understand it? The terms should be simple and appropriate to the transaction. Don't let your Agent put in a lot of clutter clauses to protect himself if he doesn't do his job right, or to appease his corporate superiors with liability minimizers.

     

    Be strong with your loan prep and follow up. Don't work with a lender that nobody has heard of and say that you are having trouble getting a prequalification letter from the Lender. If you are having trouble with a prequal letter what will happen when it comes time to underwrite and fund it? If the loan officer can't get a prequal out in a timely manner what has he missed in his preliminary analysis of the borrower that may ultimately kill the loan process, but should have been identified early? Major red flag to the Sellers and their Agent. Good Lenders are a critical component of the transaction - don't experiment with Lenders.

     

    Every community has customary closing cost split practices. They vary in Northern Nevada, but every region has them. Don't try to slide something by the Seller. If you are at full price and trying to get a small benefit, okay, but if you are lowballing this is injury to insult, and can seal the doom of your offer being accepted.

     

    If you ask for a seller contribution then play the allocation of expenses straight. Don't try to slide something by like asking a Seller to pay for is customarily a Buyers' cost. Is it a hook, or part of the negotiations? Even if hidden in the details it will be picked up by good Agents. This doesn't bode well for what to expect in the rest of the escrow process. Where else will they fudge on something is the usual reaction? The burden of such concern is not ideal in an emotion charged environment like selling the family home and the many details involved, i.e.- packing, moving, turning off utilities, coordinating new home details, cleaning, good byes, etc.

     

    Keep extra conditions to a minimum. There are those that are needed for the protection of one or both parties, i.e.- pest and physical inspections, but some simply serve as weasel clauses and weaken the offer. A weasel clause is real estate lingo for a clause that lets somebody out of a contract without ramifications. Is every clause necessary for the integrity of the transaction and protection of the parties, or are there self-serving exit mechanisms built in? Some such clauses are appropriate, but only in the right circumstance.

     

    Price. If the property is priced right, don't offer 20% below that if you really want the property. We recently received an offer less than 50% of list price on a lot that was priced 10% below the next lowest priced lot in the subdivision. The Buyer ended up paying full price after two weeks of negotiation recognizing that a good deal is a good deal. Even a steal seeking investor recognizes a great deal and pays full price when it is appropriate.

     

    Our Advice: Don't get hung up on principles or rhetoric when buying what you really want. Both can create emotion that can have an adverse effect on your ability to achieve your objective. If you prioritize, assess, evaluate, and make a worthy plan the right thing will happen for you and the Seller.

     

    Your offer is for the benefit of both parties. If it is written so both parties recognize that you will find yourself successful more often than not.

     

    When it comes to choosing professionals to assist you with your real estate needs... Experience is Priceless!
     
    Lisa Wetzel and Jim Valentine are real estate agents with RE/MAX Realty Affiliates in Gardnerville. They are short sale and foreclosure specialists and certified distressed property experts.

     

     

    Contact them at  

    carsonvalleyland@hotmail.com www.carsonvalleyland.com  

     

     

    Writing A Clean Offer

     

     
    Lisa Wetzel & Jim Valentine
     RE/MAX Realty Affiliates
    1320 US Highway 395 N.
    Gardnerville, Nevada 89410
    775.781.5472 - Cell
    775.783.6854 - Direct
    775.552.8585 - Fax
     
    Email Us
    View Our Website


     

     

     
     
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