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Matt, Home Buyer in 97070

So this property is only 113,999? What is the catch?

Asked by Matt, 97070 Fri Dec 5, 2008

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I'm back again for the last time - promise ! I just looked closely to see where the house was located on the map ... it's got a highway in the front and train tracks in the back ! If you don't have any kids - or cats - and don't mind the noise, then like Bill just said, ask a professional to find its true value for your interest.
Sincerely,
Joan
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Hey Matt,

The best way to access accurate and current information on this property is to contact a real estate professional form the area. They will be able to best support your interests.

Good luck
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I'm back again .... make sure where the mail boxes are !!! The mail boxes are usually grouped. Our boxes are grouped for 60 homes. If the mail boxes are on your street or even worse, in front of your house, expect heavy traffic, lots of car door slamming and motors running.
Best regards,
Joan
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Hi Matt,
I looked at over 70 homes in Queen Creek on a rainy week before I found the perfect one. It was interesting to see where the water stagnates. Some places were missing a kitchen cabinet door, which meant changing the other 12 doors if you wanted them to all be the same. I saw places that had a power line for a back yard view. Others did not have covered patios in the back and the yards were just mud. One place was being rented out while waiting for a buyer and had at least 10 guys sharing the place ( sleeping on the floor in sleeping bags ) and it was filthy beyond words. Even though one house was very nice, two neighbors had swimming pools and 3 had trampolines, which would mean continuous joyful screaming and laughing. So it's a good idea to peek over the walls to know what you're in for. There could be just 1 tv/internet plug, no appliances included, etc, etc, etc...... You may pay less in the beginning, but if you have to add a patio roof, landscaping, have the place desinfected, walls painted and a hundred square yards of carpeting changed, plus buy all the appliances, then 113 K is expensive unless you are willing and able to do the work yourself. I bought a new home to be built in Copper Basin, 1600 2 ft. . I picked out exactly how I wanted it and the price was 150k with every imaginable upgrade that was available. There wasn't a penny more to pay. It's a dream , everything is brand new, exactly as I wanted it and in perfect working condition, so I'm 100% satisfied. I've had the house for 6 months now and it's perfect, Good luck ! Joan
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