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Tue Mar 7, 2017
Karen asked:
I am also wondering who's number is listed. It is not mine. Mine is 520-229-0449 and I would also like to have that this house is custom built by owner/contractor.
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Mon Apr 20, 2015
Kristy McInnis answered:
Hi,
I am an agent in Oro Valley and have listings there. I also have good loan officers who can help you with your mortgage needs.

Andy McInnis
Tierra Antigua Realty
520-400-5309
email: andyintucson@hotmail.com
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Thu Jun 5, 2014
Robert P Bowman answered:
Sun City is a great place for snowbirds to locate, as well as all Buyers that are retired and want an active adult lifestyle community. A few things to consider, Snowbirds are staying longer since the winters are getting harsher and lasting longer where they live, and many are looking at living in the Sun City Oro Valley area for longer parts of the year than they used to stay. Oro Valley is a very active market with homes going under contract at any time of the year. ... more
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
Spirit Messingham answered:
I would start by contacting a property management company (Google) to find a place to rent. Then find a local Realtor to work with, review your search criteria and start looking once you are ready.

Next, get pre-approved with a local lender.

Best of luck.

Spirit

Spirit Messingham, PLLC
3rd Generation Full-Time Realtor®
Tierra Antigua Realty
Direct (520) 471-6900
SpiritRealty@Cox.net
www.TierraAntigua.com
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
Spirit Messingham answered:
I would try and narrow it down to what city you want to live in. Once you have that figured out, talk to a local Realtor in that city to review your search criteria and look at what is available in your price range. ... more
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
Spirit Messingham answered:
Another way will be to tour the areas, subdivisions you like. Are you working with a local Realtor? That would be the first step, and review your search criteria.

Next step for any buyer is to get pre-approved with a lender.

Kindly click on my profile to see what kind of agent I am, including 56 reviews written by past clients.

Spirit Messingham

Spirit Messingham, PLLC
3rd Generation Full-Time Realtor®
Tierra Antigua Realty
Direct (520) 471-6900
SpiritRealty@Cox.net
www.TierraAntigua.com
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Sat Jul 17, 2010
Jeffrey Masich answered:
Dear Mike:
Good question. Short sales can be frustrating. However, there are gooo buys out there and they tend to be in better condition for the buyer than foreclosures.

In some cases the listing agent and seller advertises they are only taking one offer to the bank. However, the bank can ask to see more offers. The seller/bank can accept any offer they wish.

I am assuming your offer was not accepted by the bank, maybe just the seller?

The seller or bank do not have to diclose the details of other offers. If your offer is the best however, the bank is not going to want to accept an inferior offer. So, this tells you something.

In some short sales the bank accepts no offers, thinking they would be better and receive a better offer, if the seller was out of the property. Usually, the bank is better off with a seller still in the property taking care of it.

May I wish you the best. In this market, I am confident you will find a good deal.

Regards, Jeff

Jeff Masich, Realtor
Arizona Homes and Land
http://ArizonaHomesLand.com
HomeSmart Scottsdsale
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Tue Jan 12, 2010
Kurt Duffeck answered:
Hi George!

Thats a questions that nobody can answer for sure... But here's someinteresting info for you that I recently heard... Arizona has some of the purest ground water in the world... Of the ground water useage in the state, about 90% of that water goes to agricultue, for crops such as cotton... I still can't understand why we are growing cotton in the middle of the desert? You'd think that if there was ever a serious water crisis that correcting this issue would be the first place to start. ... more
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