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Moving in Maricopa County : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Jan 3, 2015
Laconna Hightower asked:
Wed Dec 24, 2014
Jesse Arellano answered:
Hi Diann,

I am from the Tolleson area and would love to help you find your next home. You can visit my website at www.thegoteeguy.com or give me a call at 623-826-3849.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Jesse Arellano
HomeSmart Realty
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Wed Jul 2, 2014
Steffy Hristova answered:
Mon Jun 9, 2014
Tony Tramontozzi answered:
Hey Adam,

Finding the right place can sometimes be difficult but my company can take the stress out of it. Our foundation was built around locating the right home for you. We can locate an apartment that is both affordable and nice! Our service is free but the help we provide to you is priceless. Please check out our website at www.AzHousingExperts.com and give us a call when you are ready.

Regards,

Tony Tramontozzi
Arizona Housing Experts
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Thu Jan 30, 2014
Jennie Miller, Pllc answered:
What are the criteria that you have for your new home?
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Fri Jan 24, 2014
Raymond Whitby answered:
Checking crime rates is very easy and doesn't cost you anything but your time. Every area can have crime areas to some degree, so get with a local professional and they can help you in your research and find you some areas you would really enjoy living in. ... more
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Tue Jan 21, 2014
Bridget Teague answered:
All of the comments made so far are great! Yes, it will always depend on how you feel when you visit the schools that your child(ren) will attend. As a parent myself, it is always nice to get great feedback on certain school districts, but it's even more rewarding when I visit a school and am welcomed nicely by the staff...each and every time. Tempe School Districts are amazing...look at "Kyrene School District"...another up and coming school district that is getting some great reviews is Queen Creek School District. The elementary and high school especially are noted with the department of education as being great schools for athletics and academics. Hope this helps! Good luck! ... more
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Thu Jan 16, 2014
Tracey Swift answered:
Phoenix is a very spread out city and each neighborhood has it's own personality. Some areas have new developments and other areas are historic neighborhoods. Shopping is to be found all around the Valley from large malls to small quaint shops. Downtown Phoenix has great museums, Symphony Hall, and other cultural venues as well as sporting events. Central Phoenix has some really great restaurants and a variety of architectural styles.

Based upon your earlier responses it sounds like North East or North Central Phoenix might work. I relocated from the Northeast and I work frequently with people who relocate to the Phoenix area. I specialize in North Central, Northeast Phoenix and Scottsdale. I am from that neighborhood and can share with you more information and assist you with your search. Please contact me if you are interested.

Tracey Swift, REALTOR
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
480-599-7746
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Sat Aug 17, 2013
Liza Rhima answered:
Hi,

Yes there are lease options and lease purchases available in Mesa though these make up a small portion of the listings. In Mesa the prices for a lease option/purchase start at $99,900 for a 2 bedroom 1.5 bath condo. An example of lease purchase terms are $10,000 down payment and $927 rent per month. A lease option example is $20,000 down payment for 3 year option. The terms are as varied as the owners. The alternative is for seller financing. I've seen terms as low as $2,900 down and $795 per month.

I can set up your own search portal through the MLS and you can start looking at homes online. My services are at no cost to you.

Thank you,
Liza Rhima, Realtor
Dream Homes to Investments
US Preferred Realty
Phoenix Metropolitan Area
4 8 0 . 7 8 8 . 4 0 1 6 phone/text
l i z a r h i m a @ g m a i l . c o m
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Wed Feb 20, 2013
hawk5791 answered:
Hello Babycake,

I own a single family home for rent on West Glass Lane in Laveen that is currently vacant. It's a very nice 3 bedroom home, 1800 sq ft with two car garage. very clean and ready to move in. Washer/dryer included. Rent is $975/mo w/$975 deposit.

Contact Glenn at Hawk5791@ymail.com for more info

I am the homeowner, not a realtor.
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Mon Aug 27, 2012
Angie Rahney answered:
The 'biggest bang for your buck' you will find in the West Valley - rental and purchase alike. Ten years ago, it was the best kept secret and now has grown into a buzzing mix of everything: metropolitan and small towns; shopping, entertainment, all ages, and employers.




Angie Rahney
Angie's Realty
West Valley, Phoenix, AZ
angie@angiesrealty.com
602-318-2521
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Sun Aug 26, 2012
Jennie Miller, Pllc answered:
Mon Aug 13, 2012
Esagal88 answered:
Thank you guys very much! This helped a bunch. We're not looking to live a lavish lifestyle at first. Just trying to go for a cheaper 1 bedroom apartment to start off so that we will be able to spend more on furniture and housewares. I appreciate the responses and all of your advice. :) ... more
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Sun Jul 15, 2012
Joyce Mitchell answered:
Hi Kelly, I love your enthusiasm for your move to Mesa, AZ.
If you would like me to email information for housing, please send me some
specifics for your needs. price range - monthly payment range -
size/square footage of home - with or without pool - down payment your
plan to work with. My email is: joyce3winds@cox.net

You mentioned Gold Canyon - this is a beautiful area. Driving distance
to work is something you might want to consider. I will be happy to
help you compare the various areas. East Mesa has 2-airports,
lots of commercial areas and sounds like your preferences can be met
both for employment and for nice neighborhooods.

I do not miss Michigan winters and lack of sunshine. Arizona is great!

Joyce Mitchell, Broker, Three Winds Realty, Inc. Mesa, AZ
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Wed Jul 1, 2009
Mr.P answered:
Hey Baby,

That raccoon sounds cool, however scary to landlords. How big are the two Dogs?

Queen Creek, Gilbert & Chandler is a big area. Where will you be working?

Are there school age children? If so Would you like for them to be close to school?

Would you want a pool? When are you looking to move in?

You are in luck, I ( and the area(s) in question ) have a abundance of new investors, who are looking for prospective residents. I am confident we can find you a home.

Email or call, I would be glad to help.

Patrick
480-543-9899
PjMahony@gmail.com
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Tue Apr 14, 2009
Teri Ellis answered:
If I understand your question correctly, "it depends." I would speak with a loan officer to find out what you can comfortably qualify for....and then go from there. If you plan to live here, then if you can comfortably do so, now is definitely the market to think about a purchase. Just let me know if you need the name of a good lender.

I hope this helps....
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