According to the Arizona MLS website, property located at 14 S. Laveen Place in Chandler, Arizona is still available with a security deposit of $750.00. If you would like to view the rental please contact me so we can sit up a time to view the property! I am here for your real estate needs, renting, buying or selling, I am a GREAT Realtor with excellent customer service! Also, don't forget you can view Arizona Listings @ www.azmoves.com/gabriel.perez
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Scottsdale @ 101
Cash buyers who are well experienced with real estate transactions will go direct to the listing agent to get the best deal, For anyone who is not an expert, they should have an agent looking out for their best interests. Having a buyer broker guide you and assist you is a must.... more
At this particular crossroads, you simply get the "unknowns" out of the way and go see a credit repair specialist, and unfortunately that's like finding a tire shop on broadway in Phoenix sometimes.... This website your on is a great way to get referrals from companies that have been tried and tested... Really, credit repair has a few different angles to take in regards to getting a credit score up, I would just go with the company that is recommended most and has a past history of success. Best Wishes... more
That address does not exist in the MLS or Tax database. Perhaps you mistyped the address. It would also be helpful if you provided an actual question about an address.
Jeff Gerber ABR, GRI, SRES, REALTOR
The Empowered Team LLC
3370 N Hayden Road, Suite 123-119
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Feel free to contact me. Your neighborhood on Ivanhoe is one I pass every morning and evening to and from work and, thus, am extremely capable of being a very good information source for you as well as an excellent REALTOR. We will need to talk about financing, since some condo communities may not allow for all types of financing. If you decide that Tucson is a better fit, I have a very good reference that I can give to you. I have had several clients use my Tucson connection and they have all been very happy. He is a Broker like myself and just sold his company to a major franchise.... more
The number of homes falling into default is dramatically less than we have seen in years. Now is a great time to buy a home because the market represents a great value. You can get a lovely home for a great price!... more
Mat and Bill each offered you a direction that might make lots of sense for your situation. We could find a nice property for your mother in law and utilize one of the programs that offers the lower down payments.
Would you like to view some properties via email that might fit for you?
Provide a few thoughts on what you think would best ft for the house and I will provide you some options to consider.... more
Not sure what your goal is to answer your question fully. Are you concerned about your bank or your renter? If you will be a few days late, call the bank and let them know as soon as possible.
By the way the Arizona Department of Housing has Federal Stimulus Funds to use to keep people in their homes and avoid forelcosure. To learn more: https://www.savemyhomeaz.gov/
For more information on a short sale of your home in Arizona and a copy of the State of Arizona Short Sale Advisory, which reviews short sales, loan modifications and other options: http://arizonahomesland.com/arizonashortsales.html
If you have other questions feel free to ask.
Arizona Homes and Land... more
Tuscany is a very nice subdivision. Train tracks and traffic is always a consideration. In this case the traffic noise would probably be of greater concern than the train. The tracks that run north and south along Arizona are low use tracks. I always bring traffic noise, train noise and high tension power lines to the attention of my buyers. Good luck in your home search. If you have any other questions I can be reached at 480 620-2024.... more
I agree with the last answer and you may work yourself into a bad posititon. In addition to the 1st time credit, you need the seller to have legal coverage for you: possession and insurance coverage for example. Best advice it to talk to your lender and accountant. I believe they will both want you to move in at close of escrow and not later.
I'm licensed in Az and Ca but this is a tax issue as much as a real estate question.... more
Paul is right, except for the commission rebate. If a full-service realtor is willing to assist you and offer a commission rebate, you'd be foolish to not partake.....especially a broker who has 30-years experience in the business......it's a "no-brainer."