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Debora Nicho…, Real Estate Pro in Phoenix, AZ
Debora Nichols answered:
how are real estate tax prorations done?
Hi,

Real Estate tax prorations are based on the close of escrow date. Anything prior to the close of escrow is the seller's responsiblity. The day of close forward is the buyer's r ... more
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Matt Puzz, Real Estate Pro in Mesa, AZ
Matt Puzz answered:
Physician Mortgage in Phoenix
I have a lender for you. His bank has a professional loan program that includes Doctors that are carrying loads of debt from student loans that otherwise would not qualify. Call me to ... more
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Beth Incorva…, Real Estate Pro in Bel Air, MD
Beth Incorvati answered:
I'm a real estate agent in San Antonio. My son is moving to Phoenix and planning to buy a house, can I get a referral fee?
Absolutely! And call Russell Shaw - his group is truly exceptional.Here's his site: http://www.nohasslelisting.com/
Best of luck!
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Milly Casas, Real Estate Pro in Phoenix, AZ
Milly Casas answered:
Looking for an agent that knows the short sale process and also has worked with an investor before?
You have found your Realtor. I am a Real Estate Broker licensed in AZ and Ca. I am a Certified Distressed Property Expert and actively managing a large book of short sales. I have a ... more
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Bill Parker,…, Real Estate Pro in Scottsdale, AZ
Bill Parker, CPA* answered:
What are the implications of having a Phoenix zip vs a Scottsdale zip?
Hi TruliaPhoenix:

If you are asking if "Scottsdale" carries with it a bit more "class", I would have to say yes. But, if you know about the area, you know just be ... more
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Michael Cheng, Real Estate Pro in San Jose, CA
Michael Cheng answered:
In Phoenix and can put down 30% on a home under $40,000. Can I get prequalified for a loan for the balance if it's under $50,000? Credit 689
The answer depends on your current income. You should inquire with a loan officer or originator to see what you'd qualify for.
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 26, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
Andrew Song, Real Estate Pro in Scottsdale, AZ
Andrew Song answered:
What areas in Phoenix are likely to appreciate in the next 5 years?
everywhere....overall market is on arise.
For now the outer rim is seeing a surge since it was slammed hardest....long run, central and "desired" neighbor would follow the mo ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 26, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
Dale Walters,…, Other/Just Looking in Phoenix, AZ
Dale Walters, CPA answered:
In search for realtor who specializes in working with Canadian clients. Vacation and rental properties to purchase.
Sherry:

As a CPA dealing exclusively with Canadians, I work with many realtors that specialize in working with Canadian buyers. Two I would recommend are Linda Gerchick and Diane Ol ... more
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Milly Casas, Real Estate Pro in Phoenix, AZ
Milly Casas answered:
Question of the Day: What makes a great buyer's agent
One that is really interested in your needs and not just a quick commission check. One that is professional, ethical, and have high standards of performance.

I just described mysel ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sun Mar 11, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
Sean Heideman, Real Estate Pro in 85254
Sean Heideman answered:
What's the typical process when buying a short sale?
Please click on the following link to learn more about the short sale process. Scroll down towards the bottom for information on buying short sales.

http://positionrealty.com/?page_ ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Mar 5, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
Stan Abraham…, Real Estate Pro in Peoria, AZ
Stan Abraham & John Vitale answered:
What are some tips for first-time home buyers?
If you are going to get a loan:
Get together with a lender and get pre-qualified- that way you only look for homes that you can get a loan for.
Find a Realtor that works in the area t ... more
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The Urban Te…, Real Estate Pro in Phoenix, AZ
The Urban Team answered:
Which costs are potentially negotiable in closing costs
Ive wondered why Phoenix agents are getting questions from other markets too.
0 votes Share Flag Sat Mar 3, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
Brandon Cohan, Real Estate Pro in Phoenix, AZ
Brandon Cohan answered:
What are some surprises that first-time buyers encounter when purchasing a home?
Surprises are only good on Christmas and birthdays not when you are spending Hundreds of Thousands of dollars. There are a ton of surprises that a first-time buyer can encounter. Firs ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Mar 7, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
Holly Huntim…, Real Estate Pro in 85378
Holly Huntimer answered:
15k to 30k properties to purchase for investment company
May I suggest auctions? Email me if you would like more information. Holly@ThinkHousesThinkHolly.com
0 votes Share Flag Thu Mar 1, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
Brian Anders…, Real Estate Pro in 85281
Brian Anderson answered:
What is the South Mountain neighborhood like? What sort of renters does it attract? Would you recommend this area for investment? If not then why?
I personally live there and love it. Phoenix is a spotty city to begin with, so the neighborhoods can change really quick, and they do so especially in south mountain. That's why t ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 30, 2013 Home Buying in South Mountain
Chris Woodbu…, Real Estate Pro in 91765
Chris Woodburn answered:
I have been at my job for less than a year, I make 40,000 and have a credit score of 520. Is there any chance in hell of me getting a loan?
In my area, most lenders have a minimum FICO score of 620. Most of the lenders can give you tips to how you can raise your credit score, but it will take time. My best suggestion would ... more
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Naples Real…, Real Estate Pro in Naples, FL
Naples Real Estate Guys answered:
Phoenix Real Estate investing!
If your cash flow positive on a property it seems to us paper profit does not matter in the short term. Long term your paper will probably be positive too.
0 votes Share Flag Fri Feb 24, 2012 Home Buying in 85009
Randy Hooker, Real Estate Pro in Phoenix, AZ
Randy Hooker answered:
On disability, looking for a $25K loan, fair credit. I have 20% down. Can't find financing...any suggestions?
You won't find many (if any) conventional lenders to finance $25K. Try a private portfolio lender, or perhaps even a hard money lender, depending on your payment flexibility.

A ... more
0 votes Share Flag Fri Feb 24, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
Don Tepper, Real Estate Pro in Fairfax, VA
Don Tepper answered:
How valuable is getting a home warranty plan from the seller?
You'll see varying opinions on that. Some agents here will say that home warranties are useful and that they actually do protect the buyer.

My experience has been that while the ... more
0 votes Share Flag Thu Feb 23, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
Keith &…, Real Estate Pro in Verona, WI
Keith & Kinsey Schulz answered:
first time home buyer! I need to no step by step what I need to do to by a home I have exellant credit from I need the ins and out on how to
We aren't in your area, but check out our buyers guide (linked below). There's some good tips and step by step info in it. Good luck.
0 votes Share Flag Tue Feb 28, 2012 Home Buying in Phoenix
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