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Market Conditions in Casa Grande : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Apr 1, 2013
Rebecca Kallhoff Team answered:
Hey! How are you? I fond four houses in Arizona City with three bedrooms, that are for rent, and the results were four homes. The prices range from $550 to $750!
Good luck with what you're looking for and if you need anything or have any questions feel free to call me at 480-275-9566 ... more
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Mon Apr 25, 2011
Elizabeth Drew answered:
Calvin,

There are several very nice subdivisions in Casa Grande and although my children are raised I have friends
who have children in the Casa Grande School District and are impressed with the level of parent contact and teacher-student one-on-one. Villago is a very upscale subdivision with good access to I-10; Also SK Ranc is in close proximity to I-10. Closer in to the city is Silver Hawk which is very nice also. I provide a service
to my clients at Listing Book.com which gives one the opportunity to search the MLS just as I do, keep favorites in a file and I can comment on the choices you have made. In order to make an offer one must
have a current Loan Status Report or Proof of Cash and Earnest Money Deposit . Feel free to contact me
and I would be happy to send you an invitation to join Listing Book.

Elizabeth Drew
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Thu Nov 4, 2010
Jeffrey Masich answered:
Dear Art:
Basically, the seller is stating that the price has been adjusted to the current condition and that no further repairs will be done by the seller. The buyer, however sitll has the right to inspect the property and if not satisfied may exit the purchase contract. AS-IS does not mean the buyer cannot ask for a concession in negotiating the price or after the inspection. The seller can agree or not.

Feel free to look at the "Buyer Advisory" published by the state of Arizona at http://www.arizonahomesland.com/forbuyersorrenters.html

May I wish you the best.

Jeff Masich, Realtor
Arizona Homes and Land
http://ArizonaHomesLand.com
HomeSmart
Scottsdale
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Mon Jan 11, 2010
Elizabeth Drew answered:
Perhaps you should become very active in your condo management association. One "red flag" for a condo complex is a financially unstable Condo Association. Lender's are now requiring a financial statement of the associations before lending in the complexs. If new owners require financing, they must look elsewhere for housing if they cannot finance the condo in your complex; thus squashing the appreciation of your property.

There has been a slow upward curve in the marketplace which is very encouraging to owners. Have you considered contacting a realtor to do a Short Sale for you or ask your lender for a deed in lieu of foreclosure?
Many owners have been very successful working with NACA to reduce the amount of their mortgages, interest rates and monthly payments. Simply log on to www.naca.com and check out your options.

Good luck and as we all are- hope for the best!!!

Elizabeth
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Tue Jul 14, 2009
Shawna Rains answered:
Hi,

Depending on the conditon of the home rents in that area are going for $850-$1000. Hope this helps.
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Tue Nov 4, 2008
Richard answered:
Don,

Anytime is a good time to buy, if you make a good purchase. As the old saying goes, You make money when you buy, not when you sell.
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Sun Dec 30, 2007
Chuck Rogala answered:
Chan,
I am a local investor in Casa Grande, take a look at the paper, there are pages of homes for sale, 750+ mls listings, 150 REO's (bank owned) homes and another 100 + for lease option/rent. RIGHT TIME IS NOW. Be willing to negotiate, be willing to walk away if you don’t get what you want, and find another. I walked 2 new build communities last week, when I was done I had a stack of fliers over ½ inch thick, if you have cash to put down (20% or greater) go to a builder and make an offer, DON’T be afraid to counter offer closer to your price. ... more
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