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Home Buying in Gold Canyon : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Mar 31, 2016
Jean-Leon Magnotto answered:
Agents/Brokers are not allowed to discuss crime rates directly. Trulia now has a crime map here: http://www.trulia.com/local that can be accessed by zooming in on your area. You can find very interesting demographic data here: http://www.city-data.com/ . Hope this helps, good luck ! ... more
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Wed Apr 29, 2015
Unspecified asked:
I would need to be out of my home to sell it because of difficulty with pets, and do not want to pay for two houses for very long (while waiting to sell).
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Sat Oct 5, 2013
bob85118 answered:
Too bad that the website viewer isn't provided that information on the site but rather has to find out the phone # of the HOA Management Company and call them (if they can get through). Often the Management Company gives the message to the Manager and that may be a long wait (especially if you're not a resident). II know that when a seller lists their property with the realtor they have their HOA statements available but somehow the Realtor doesn't get that information published. HOA Fees vary so much (in our Area the smallest is $22.50 per month and the larger ones are hundreds of dollars a month). Maybe one of these days there will be a disclosures law that requires listing agents to disclose the HOA Fees. ... more
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Wed Mar 27, 2013
princess answered:
Depends on the type of heater used, we have similar (larger though) pool at 6469 s alameda rd, gold canyon with spa and to heat it (tankless water heater and we use a cover when not in use) it cost $230.00 month to keep at 88 degrees and spa at 103... so a 1,000 is not average by any means, depends on how your heater works and how good it is. You do get what you pay for and we put in 4 tankless heaters in this property - in AZ our Electric bill year round averages 255.00 bills on the counter to prove it.. ... more
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Fri Nov 25, 2011
gabriel palotas answered:
Brian,
A great question. The fact that we have no definitive answer is the reason our housing market is in doubt.
The lifeblood of our industry is sales. Predicting the elements which make it happen is what makes us professionals. The banks have made us doubt ourselves with all the fundamentals that once were easy to reply to. Thirty percent is a substantial amount of downpayment in any market condition. Yet as I have stated the variable response may be as confusing to you as to us. It could be challenged by an appraisal which would negate your scenario or your ability to qualify based on any number of requirements that change daily. Since you state the amount to be mortgaged to be quite negligible in the first place, they may simply refuse it on that premise.
As Anna suggested I will also kick the can further down the road by suggesting to shoppe around.
What a shame . A simple question that only keeps us realtors guessing. Good luck Brian
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