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Mohave County : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Oct 24, 2014
Vicki Watson answered:
Hi Charlene, I see you are interested in a rental in Bullhead City. I would recommend you contact the rental agent for the property you are interested in. Have that agent contact you about the availability. If you don't contact the rental agent and make the arrangements, you will not know the status come December.

Good Luck!
Vicki Watson, Realtor
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage
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Mon Sep 22, 2014
Bobby & Julie Lewis answered:
Of course, your particular bill will depend on the amount of square footage you have, as well as your usage, and the age of your home and electrical equipment. However, we can tell the delivery charges for Unisource Energy (which is the electricity provider in our area) are:

For 0 - 400 kWhs: $0.0193 per kWh
For 401 - 1000 kWhs: $0.03435 per kWh
For 1000+ kWhs: $0.038499 per kWh

And then, of course there are surcharges for green energy as follows:
For 0 - 400 kWhs $0.00266 per kWh
For 400+ kWhs: $0.0015 per kWh

And last but not least, you have state, county, city taxes which are added on to the bill.
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Mon Sep 22, 2014
Elite Team Cory & Andy answered:
Lake Havasu is certainly different. There are limited areas that have natural gas since we do not need much "heat" in our homes so most supplemental heat is electric/AC units in our homes. Solar is growing rapidly and we have some city offices, some commercial locations and more and more homes utilizing solar panels (PV systems) in their homes and businesses. Lake Havasu requires an engineering study and certification to put panels on roofs so that is an extra step required here vs other areas of AZ and other states.
good way to go but still in the minority. If I can be of any assistance to find a home let me know. We represent the #1 Energy Star builder in Western Arizona and with these new super tight and efficient homes, the energy costs are very efficient/reasonable as well.
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Sun Sep 21, 2014
Jim Olive answered:
Chances are...YES, prices will change. In which direction? That's a little trickier, depending on a lot of variables. If we only had a crystal ball, the whole thing would be a lot easier. I'm bullish, though, I believe real estate is going up for the next several years. Best of luck... ... more
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Sun Aug 31, 2014
caloudy answered:
I would suggest that you utilize the web sites for real estate agencies that have property management. Right now the inventory is very tight for winter visitors to our area. What are your needs as to home vs appartment, smoking, non smoking, pets, # of bedroows etc
Thanks
Cory Loudy
Realtor
Broadway Realty Professionals
928 2312521
corysellslakehavasu@gmail.com
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Fri Aug 15, 2014
smitj.035 answered:
Internet speeds are pretty good, 75 megs for a reasonable price (I think $50/month, depending on your other services). It has been very reliable since we have gotten it, and the only time we had an issue, Suddenlink came out right away and took care of it quickly and efficiently. I would highly recommend them.

We have the middle option available, it's $40/month for 35 megs, and to me, it flies! I play an MMO, and never have problems with it loading or taking too long.

I hope this helps,
Jaye
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Fri Aug 15, 2014
smitj.035 answered:
If you are still interested in moving out here, I have a bit of knowledge. I just recently moved, May 2014, and found a job across the river at one of the casinos almost immediately. (I started June 3rd.) They always seem to be hiring. My boyfriend started a security job just recently, as well.

As for pet friendly, we stayed at the Pioneer for a few weeks. (I'd recommend River Palms, but they are closing for a little while for management change). Since it is summer, the hotel rates have gone up quite a bit, but they will probably be dropping soon, as summer season is almost over.

Then we bought a small trailer for $3,000 to save some money while looking for a bigger place to buy. The trailer is enough to get us by for some time.

I hope this helps,
Jaye
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Sat Aug 9, 2014
Dean Baker answered:
Yes, you may want to try

Sunrise Service Bureau
Collection Agency

Address
430 Lake Havasu Ave S Ste 101
Lake Havasu City, Arizona 86403

Phone (928) 680-0400
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Sun Jul 27, 2014
dhedgpeth asked:
I'm having trouble with prices of homes in Bullhead City, AZ regarding VA financing. My Realtor says that VA won't fund Manufactured homes under $60,000 or homes older than 1986. Is this…
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Sat Jul 26, 2014
Scott Godzyk answered:
The buyer would be CRAZY not to do it correctly, it is a huge risk for a buyer. The cost is minimum to do it right. Seller pays for a deed but buyer pays for the closing lawyer in most cases. ... more
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Thu Jul 17, 2014
Vera Wallace answered:
I can help you with the purchase if a HUD home here in the Tucson area. My broker is registered to present the offers. Contact me for more guidence. Go to my website for more information
Www.vwallace.longrealty.com.
Vera Wallace
Long Realty
520 918 5730
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Mon Jul 14, 2014
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Tue Jul 8, 2014
Sarah Juarez answered:
Give us call at Key Time Realty (928) 763-1353. We have been handling rental properties for over 20 years and specialize in rental of homes, apartments and condos from Bullhead City to Mohave Valley. You can pick up a rental list in our office at 752 Hancock Rd. Bullhead City or visit us on the web at www.keytimerealty.com. I look forward to helping answer any questions you may have. We can also assist you in the purchase of a home when the time comes. ... more
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Thu Jun 26, 2014
Louise Doing answered:
Check the land use in your area and see if that space could be used for a rental property. You can add value to a buyer if they can generate income from that conversion. Also, be sure you get permits for all work done as we can not list your home and include area that is not permitted in our MLS without disclosing it. That might be a red flag for a potential buyer. ... more
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Mon Jun 23, 2014
Sharon Atkin answered:
This town is absolutely great for full time rentals, my husband and I came here in 2000 and bought two older duplexes and then built two new ones, and have since added two homes to our rental pool. We have very good results and have no trouble getting our property rented, we actually have our choice of tenants to pick from, checking qualifications and employment history and former tenancy recommendations is how we screen them.
Please contact me , there are several great properties on the market right now that are very good investments for you. Call Sharon at 928-706-8901
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Wed Jun 18, 2014
raydeb01 answered:
Kathy .. I don't have pictures of the bathrooms at this time on 3760 N. Ligurta Rd. in Golden Valley, but one bath is in the Master Bedroom and is a full bath with a full vanity I suppose it would be called with a big mirror and 4 designer lights .. the 2nd bath is the guest bath and is in the hall between two of the addtional baths .. it too is a full bath with a smaller vanity .. the floors and walls are in good shape no repairs needed .. The basement is finished with drywall and carpet .. ... more
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Wed Jun 18, 2014
Morgan Hodges answered:
Hi Barb!

From your email, it seems as though your credit score is the issue? I would recommend speaking to a licensed mortgage lender that is experienced in the industry. You're going to have much better luck speaking to someone about your specific issues rather than a message board full of strangers. There may very well be options for you - the right lender can make all the difference!

Best of luck!
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Thu Jun 12, 2014
Harold Lear answered:
We have a lease option program we call it Mortgage Alternative Program... This is how ours works...Minimum fico 500, 50% Debt to Income Ratio, 5% to 10% down, determined by your credit score... You find a home up to $2,000,000 that you would like to purchase... We will purchase that home for Cash... The lease payment is based on a 5% interest rate... You will have 6 years to exercise your option to purchase... The purchase price will increase 1% per year... We have a website that has a PowerPoint presentation that will give you all the details. http://www.shortsaleanalytics.com look under services.
or you can reach me at 858-945-1047.
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