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Sat Jul 12, 2014
carefreemsw asked:
added tagged photos of home I am interested in 76227 zip now cannot access them...
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Mon Jul 1, 2013
Debbie Nieman answered:
Mathew. Just wondering if you found that perfect property to call home yet or if you're currently renting? I have a great new listing in the Sonoran Foothills area 4 bedroom with a 3 car garage, fully loaded and move in ready with 2 community pools, gated and only $ 335,000

Let me know if you'd like information on this listing or any others.

Debbie Nieman
Keller Williams Sonoran Living
602-799-5239

www.diverdebirealty.com

diverdebi@cox.net
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Wed May 15, 2013
Bianca Bennett answered:
I personally love that area! However it is up to each individual to make the final decision!
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Sun Jul 8, 2012
Carlos Ramirez answered:
Budsvet, you posted your question in a zip code belonging to Phoenix, AZ. I will suggest re-posting your quesion in a zip code belonging to LV, so the area experts can help you. Below is also a link to a page I have where you can do some searches regarding crime rates in different areas.

http://www.smartazrealty.com/www.smartazrealty.com/realtor_carlos_home/phoenix_area_information/phoenix_area_information.html
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Sat Apr 9, 2011
Dean Carver answered:
Good Chilly Afternoon to you!

Those here that are suggesting you go see a good Real Estate Attorney are right on the ball. We've got a few that we have worked with and also have one that will provide a FREE consultation with our clients. These are questions best answered by an attorney. Everyone's situation is different and depending on certain factors it could be legal or illegal.

Have I seen someone do this legally, yes...unlike most states Arizona allows you to walk away from your home, of course insert legal disclaimer - under certain circumstances/consult an attorney. If you have a toxic asset worth half what you purchased it for and the oppurtunity and means to purchase a home that is better, in a nicer neighborhood, better schools, safer etc it comes down to a business decision in Arizona. Is it ethical, moral that's for the individual to decide.

Now will your lender allow you to complete a short sale after purchasing a new owner occupied home is a completely different situation and question...
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