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In My Neighborhood in Maryvale : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Dec 18, 2011
Spirit Messingham answered:
No, not for sale. Here is the thing, most of the time as a buyer in Arizona it will not cost you anything to work with an agent or Realtor, if the property is listed on MLS. There is inventory available, find a local Realtor (looks like you already had several answer your question on here, or read reviews written by past clients on Zillow.com) to help you sort through it all. Most of the time (not always of course) it will not cost you anything, and their expertise will help you find the home you want, deal with the paperwork (purchase contract) and everything else from inspections to close of escrow.

If you are not pre-approved, that needs to be your first step. In this market, REO (foreclosed property) will not accept an offer without a pre-approval letter.

Good luck.
Spirit
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Tue Aug 23, 2011
EB answered:
Hi Mike,

Your best bet would be to contact the local police department or try www.city-data.com. They have some useful info on crime and other stats for various areas in the US.

Emma Beyer
RE/MAX Casa Grande Yost Realty
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Mon Jun 20, 2011
Jeffrey Masich answered:
Dear Deb:

Try the block by block crime info available on Trulia. It is a very useful tool: http://www.trulia.com/crime/#

Maryville had low cost budget homes built after WWII and then the city grew west to meet it.

Home prices are still very low in Maryville. There is a online relocation guide on the first page of the website link below for more information on Maryville.

Jeff Masich, Realtor
Arizona Homes and Land
HomeSmart
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Sun Jun 27, 2010
The Urban Team answered:
Seeking the advice of a tenant's right attorney is best. Also, I'd put a call into the Arizona Department of Real Estate and make sure the real estate broker did not violate any rules of conduct under ADRE. ... more
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