When it comes to any safety/crime related issues, it's always best to contact the local police department with all your questions, hear all there is to hear firsthand. If unfamiliar with the area(s) do revisit more than once and at different times of day, possibly chat with locals/neighbors. Real estate professionals are prohibited from steering, enticing a buyer to purchase/rent, or not, in specific neighborhoods.
Do you have a Realtor that is representing you on the purchase of the home? This agent would be able to draft a Cost Market Analysis for you so that you know what homes in the area are selling for. I would be happy to work with you on the purchase!... more
I don't have enough information to answer your question. Can you tell me where you saw this or how it was used? That information may give me a little more insight as to how I may best answer your question.
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Yes very good area, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will help you set up a showing and/or find you some more properties that you may like. I don't cost anything don't worry! Thanks!
AZcentral has a great crime report feature. This might help you decide:
Trulia is working on a crime map feature but I haven't been able to gain access to it tonight.
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Hello... I am personally not too knowledgeable on searching via Trulia; however, I would encourage you to search the MLS via my website at http://www.MetroPhoenixAgent.com. You can certainly search via the Camelback East subdivision there. That being said, there are no homes showing actively for sale right now, just one is under contract, but the inventory can change daily.
Please let me know if I can be of further assistance as I'd be glad to assist you in your home search.
This is the question many buyers want to know, and the question agents aren’t allowed to answer by law. We want to answer all your questions, but disclosing details about crime, racial makeup and other details about neighborhoods is a big no-no for agents. Here is a link to the crime information you need.
As far as rental rates and vacancy go, when you select a Buyer's Agent, they can research that information for you based on the size and type and age of the property you are considering.
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You should research those questions - Google is your friend. You should contact the local police departments in the areas of interest to determine what's happening on a granular, neighborhood level. No real estate agent can help you with this - it's your responsibility to do the due diligence.... more
The HOA information is part of the MLS so your agent should be able to provide you with some details. During your inspection/due diligence phase you will have an opportunity to do an inspection, review seller disclosures and ask to see a CLUE report (insurance claims filed against the property). The title company will also send you HOA documents giving you another opportunity to disapprove of the property if you find material facts that don't align with your expectations. Your agent will guide you through all the phases of the purchase.... more
I'm more than happy to help you! Please email me and let me know exactly what you are looking for, price range, move date, etc.
Could not determine which home you are inquiring about. If it is advertised below market rents, it could be a teaser rate for the first month or first few months. It could also be a scam. You may want to work with a real estate agent that can assist to make sure you are getting into a legitimate lease and getting reasonable terms. In most cases you do not have to pay a leasing agent to find you a home.... more