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Home Buying in Chino Valley : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Apr 19, 2015
Matt White answered:
Hi David,

Feel free to give me a call anytime. 928-224-8531.
I'd be happy to help you locate a home in Chino Valley.
I created a page just for you with the criteria you mentioned.


http://search.prescottarizonahouses.com/i/18988/Houses_for_sale_in_Chino_Valley_under_250k

Thanks for writing in
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Wed Aug 20, 2014
Janet Zazueta answered:
Hello Jim,

The commission fees when you sell your home are always negotiable. Once you set a percentage (or flat fee), quite often they are split evenly between the seller and the buyer side. However, when selecting your Agent, it isn't necessarily best to go with the one you can negotiate down the lowest. Be sure to check his/her track-record in the community. And ask your friends for advice. More than likely, most of your friends have first-hand experiences with agents in the neighborhood with their own transactions. And there is nothing wrong with interviewing with several agents. Get a feel for their personalities and choose the agent that will work best with you and the product.

It doesn't help if you save money on the commission in return for an agent that will not work hard for you. Keep in mind, too that the agent has his/her own expenses to pay out of each sale. After they split with their brokers (sometimes reducing their take home amount by 50%) they still have to pay for their own overhead including office supplies, gas, health insurance (most have to pay their own premiums), association fees, lockbox fees, and so on... So the amount that you think your agent is taking away is actually quite less in the bank account than you may originally think.

With that being said, we agents are professionals and expect to pay these fees and budget for them accordingly. You should weigh what you are paying for the exposure and assistance with what results you expect to see from the agent. And be honest with them us front as to what your expectations are. In Arizona, the seller's side pays the total commission for both agents, unless otherwise negotiated. I am not sure if you are a seller or buyer based on the category you posted in, but hopefully the information here helps. All the best!- Zazueta Team
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Sun May 4, 2014
James David answered:
I am a native Prescottonian and have lived in Chino Valley now for 20 years. My wife and I own an animal hospital in Chino so we know the area, know the people. Let me know if you think that I can help you. ... more
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Mon Feb 24, 2014
An Das answered:
First go with a good agent who will work with you as the buyer's representative exclusively.

Know the wait can be long, anywhere from 30 days to 6 months.

You may want to place an offer sooner than later.

In life, you get what you work for with sometimes luck near you.
So if you get it - celebrate.
If not - it was just not meant to be:-)

Good luck,
An
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Sun Nov 10, 2013
J Chalmers answered:
Whoever you pick, don't let them make you feel stupid or talk you into settling for anything other than what you want.

I looked at about 125 houses over the course of 3 years.

Am I just picky? No, since I watch those real estate shows on HGTV and every single person gripes about the same things I hated (distance to neighbors, neighbors yard is a junkyard, etc.) ... more
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Wed Oct 30, 2013
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In quail ridge there are only 3 active homes for sale all three just so happen to be on the biggest street in Quail Ridge Quail View Loop. here they are http://everythingprescott.com/idx/tract/quail-ridge/

I don't think there is a problem as much as there are just a few people on the street wishing to sell. Average time on market for the 3 is only about 60 days.. not to bad for Chino Valley, this time of year.
Let me know if you need more info.
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Tue Jul 30, 2013
Brad Bergamini answered:
sorry answered the last question on my phone. Here is a list of all vacant land in Chino Veadows #3 for sale. http://goo.gl/IyfcFQ
If you would like a complete CMA or information about current sales you can go to
http://everythingprescott.com/sell-my-precott-home/what-is-my-prescott-home-worth/

or email/call/text/

Ball is in you court let me know if I can help you,
Brad
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Sat Jul 27, 2013
Jerry Cecil answered:
I can send you properties that are current on the mls and fit what you are looking for You are welcome to call me at 928 710 8656 ow email me at jcecil@cableone.net
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Wed Nov 9, 2011
Brad Bergamini answered:
Greg,
I know I am too late with this answer.. I am wondering why someone just didn't give you a link like this one. http://everythingprescott.com/buying-homes-in-prescott-az/best-buys-homes-for-sale/
Bank owned, Short sales, HUD..
If you haven't bought yest we would love to hear from you.
Brad
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