How do I search for homes only with private pools?

Asked by Jessica, Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale Thu Jun 28, 2007

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Mortgage Man, , Phoenix, AZ
Thu Jul 12, 2007
I would suggest contacting a buyers agent. They represent you, and the great thing is they are most typically compensated by the seller on the transaction. I have many realtor i work with that i could recommend. I would not use a realtor that charges you to use their services, just my two cents.
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Nancy Niblett, Agent, Chandler, AZ
Tue Jul 10, 2007
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Either a search can be set up for you, or you can go directly to my website listed below and do your own search and put that criteria in. It is really easy. If you want home sent to you automatically that meets your criteria then it can be done for you and you will be automatically notified when a home that meets your needs comes on the market with your specific price range.
Web Reference:  http://nancyniblett.com
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Steve Belt, , Scottsdale, AZ
Wed Jul 11, 2007
Jessica-

My websites: 101bell.com and teambelt.com both have the ability to do your own searching and include pool as a criteria. As well, searchomes.com (the Realty Executives of Phoenix website) also has the same functionality.

An agent can also set up a search for you, and have the results of new listings in the area you are interested in emailed to you every day. However, for your random, "I wonder what's on the market in Phoenix?" query, my website works quite well.

Best Regards,

Steve Belt, GRI
Web Reference:  http://www.searchhomes.com
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Lisa Powell-…, , Queen Creek, AZ
Tue Jul 10, 2007
Jessica,
The simplest approach is to have an automatic query setup to send you email notification each time a new listing that meets your criteria is entered into the MLS.

If you would like to a custom query built for you, please visit the link below.
Web Reference:  http://www.theniimiteam.com
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Jim Read, , Dekalb, IL
Thu Jun 28, 2007
You need to find a REALTOR who has the ability to set up a search portal on their MLS to allow you to do a more detailed search, save the search to be notified of new listings as they come on the market. The DeKalb, IL system does allow for that, the greater Chicago area system only allows a member to enter search parameters and results are e-mailed to the client.
Web Reference:  http://www.eznewhome.com
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