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Laura, Other/Just Looking in California

Looking to sell an investment property in Surprise, AZ. Any RE agents interested in helping and/or investors?

Asked by Laura, California Mon Jan 14, 2008

looking to purchase?

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I would live to help you get your home sold. Please look up agents on Trulia in 85388, 85379, or Surprise, AZ and you will find that I come very well recommended in the Surprise Area. Hope I can help! (602) 803-6394.
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Jan 20, 2013
Why are you looking to sell Laura? Do you have to sell? Can you wait until Prasada Mall is built in 5-10 years??? Among other new things planned for the city?

I agree with you Cecil. I am local to Surprise and specialize in that city among others. It is an EXTREMLY challenging area especially if you are selling and not understanding current conditions. It is excellent if you are buying! Cheap forclosures with more to come.

As an example, I am currently working with an investor client and we went out Wednesday this week to view bank owned homes betwen $65-75 per square foot vs 2005 sales of $120-170 per sf. Do the math and that is what $0.40 on the dollar?

How does this compare to what you paid Laura?
Web Reference: http://www.KromesRealty.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 14, 2008
As a Real Estate Broker for the Phoenix area I would advise that you interview a couple of agents to see what their experience is for the listings and if they are familiar with the area of your investment property. I have helped many investors buy and sell in the Surprise area and we also help them with leasing their investments with our Property Management Division. I would tell you that depending on when you bought your property - the timing is critical for you to get back even what you paid for the property. If you bought in 2005 forward - the current value might not be there for you to get back what you paid for it and with competition being what it is- the property might take a while to sell.
I would again have you discuss your selling needs with a Realtor who can evaluate your situation and get you their professional opinion on what has to happen AND not tell you what you want to hear.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 14, 2008
Always... Team Danny D specializes in Surprise, AZ residential properties. With an established presence and knowledge of the area, We have the resources to market AND SELL your home in this challenging time. You can reach me anytime at (623)606-1600 or go to my website below for a no hassle, no obligation consultation.

Local, professional, and superior customer service.

Looking forward to hearing from you


Danyn Dimas
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 14, 2008
Sure, just give me a call at 623-337-8965 ext.1 and I will be happy to come up with a minimum of 3 solutions for selling your investment property in Surprise.

You can find out your home's value within 30 minutes on my webiste: http://www.623mls.com by clicking on the Your Home's Value button. You will receive a customied interactive web page with current properties, sold properties, selling times etc...

Let me know if I can be of service.
Thank You
Donald Keys
Web Reference: http://www.623mls.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 14, 2008
Yes. Would be interested in learning more about the specific properties. We are The Valley Solutions Team and have an agent living in Surprise. We would like the opportunity to share out marketing plans with you. Please visit our website and you will see we are "the real deal".
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jan 14, 2008
What is it and what do you want for it? I am looking to invest in Arizona in General. Could you offer some info and contact Phone or email??


Dirk Knudsen
Re\Max Hall of Fame
"The Real Estate Doctor"
Web Reference: http://www.nwhomecenter.com
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