Do you have a real estate agent or broker that you have the listed for sale with? There are so many turning wheels with your scenario that you should call your agent and/or their broker to have them sit down with you and have them go through the options with you.... more
I'm not completely understanding your question. Do you own a duplex and want to rent out the one side of your home? If so, then it is not necessary to use an agent to rent out your property. Using an agent who specializes in property management and rentals will have the means to qualify any prospective tenants. When we screen tenants for our clients and our properties, we verify credit, income/employment, rental/eviction history, and criminal background.
I hope this answers your question.
Dawn M Jett
Designated Broker/Property Manager
Vista View Realty Group
The median price for a home in New River is $281,000 or $107/sq.ft. This is an increase of 6.8% over last year. New River isn't increasing as fast as some of the other areas of the Valley. I believe this is due to the fact that New River is a more remote area. Building starts are up so the demand for land is increasing as well which will increase the values as well. I am happy to see the increase because I live in the Circle Mountain Area and Love it!
Stats and median price information from DQ News.... more
We have lived in New River for more than 10 years and love it. The pros are: It's a quiet area, acre lots, people are friendly, many animals are welcome and fruit trees too, lots of wildlife and there are lots of trails for horseback riding or hiking and there is no HOA.
Anthem is about 6 miles away and offers shopping and dining. This is a welcomed convenience. The homes are close together and very similar looking. Anthem is a wonderful place for family living if you like living in a planned subdivision with HOA rules.
Our lifestyle is more country with horses and other animals. For Mike and I this is the perfect place to call home. If Anthem or New River sounds like a perfect place for you to call home contact us for expert real estate assistance at 623-826-6936... more
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Circle Mountain is a gorgeous and highly desirable area of New River. Located east of Anthem, north of Desert Hills, and west of Cave Creek off of Circle Mountain Road, it is surrounded by beautiful volcanic
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Hard to tell. Everyone hates banks, so negative rumors about evil intent are easily leveled at banks, and people are eager to believe them. Banks do a lot of things that appear really dumb. Sometimes they are dumb, sometimes they aren't, and the bank has a good reason to do what they've done. With this question...we will never know! Even if the market gets flooded with foreclosures on November 5, there could be a lot of reasons for that other than the election...... more
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It looks like you are attempting to ask a question of Trulia. The message board you used is a tool for getting answers about Real Estate from local experts. I would contact Trulia Direct with your question. On a side note, I would be happy to get you some local market statistics on your lot and talk about it's sale.... more
I could show you some cars I have owned that are now junk. I had more money in them than they were worth for most of the time I drove them. I even fixed up one vehicle and spent about 2 times its book value not including major amounts of labor rebuilding it. I then kept it on the road for 5 years until rust killed it.
I figured that I came out ok on the deal. I drove it enough to feel the price was ok.
A house is similar. You agreed to pay a certain amount for it. Now it has less value but it is STILL providing you with shelter. The house has not changed its usefulness and your need for a place to live has not changed.
That means live in the house, make your payments and accept that prices can go up or down and live in the house you wanted, bought, and agreed to pay for.
The credit union is simply a bunch of people who put their money together. It does not have money to throw away. You will be hurting the other members of that credit union if you default on a loan you could afford. As a member of a credit union I hate that idea. Please do not take an action that would hurt me or others in my shoes. You not paying your loan could mean lower interest for those with money there and higher interest costs for those who want to borrow money. That is not fair to the rest of us is it?... more