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Home Buying in North Mountain : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Nov 28, 2014
Steffy Hristova answered:
If you are looking to tour a particular neighborhood, and see open houses in it, usually on the day of the tour you are provided with a map. You guide yourself through the tour. Usually there is beginning and end of the open house tour.

Sometimes tickets for the tour finish well in advance of the tour day.

What city are you interested in?
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Sun Mar 23, 2014
Tiffany Carlson-Richison answered:
I suggest you hire a professional Buyers Agent to represent you. This person will represent your best interest and communicate with the listing agent and guide you through the process so you are aware and informed through out the process. If you need assistance I would be happy to talk with you to see if there is a fit between us. Best wishes, Tiffany

Tiffany Carlson-Richison
Associate Broker
Realty One Group
Cell: 480-215-1105

Awarded one of the Top 40 Agent’s Under 40 in 2013
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Thu Feb 6, 2014
Bianca Bennett answered:
Please provide the house address!

Best Regards,

Residential Real Estate Professional / Prestige Realty
Bianca Bennett / 602-570-7898
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Tue Jan 21, 2014
Joseph Domino answered:
Joseph Domino, Agent, Scottsdale, AZ
As the others have stated it is all relative. In my opinion, the most desirable area of the Phoenix metro is on the side of Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley. Unfortunately most people, myself included, cannot afford the $2 million + it takes to live there. So, we live in other areas that we can afford. First you need to know what you can afford. Then decide where you want to live based on a variety of factors that make the most sense for you.

One comment I will make about Phoenix is that you could have $50K homes on one side of a street and $1M homes on another so generalizing about areas is fruitless. This is why doing internet searches is so difficult. Add to that the "chaff" that gets dumped on the internet, like "don't live here" or "this is the best area"and you will get confused real fast. This is where having a good real estate agent working on your side really comes in handy. A good agent won't steer you, but if you tell them what you want they will find it for you. You can't use general terms like "good area", no one every asks, please find me a home in a "bad area".
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Mon Jan 20, 2014
Jennie Miller PLLC answered:
As Realtor's we can't comment on if a neighborhood is safe or not. I can email you a tool called a Buyer's Advisory that will explain how to pull up information on crime reports and additional information about an area. ... more
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Sat Apr 20, 2013
Jmmailin answered:
#1 View in person, Cruise the hood and think about whether you would want your family to spend a night there alone. Recently went to view a condo off 43rd Avenue. Knew not to expect luxury at $30k, and interior was more than adequate - not bad at all, but the complex and surrounding ones, green pools, broken glass, tractor size tire abandoned in middle of drive. Apparent complete lack of exterior maintenance . . . the realtor was clearly uncomfortable, perhaps outright frightened would be more accurate. Back to #1 - view in person. ... more
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Wed Apr 10, 2013
Voices Member answered:
hi kayla... same as the other agent (craig), without an address i can't tell. let me ask you this question: are you looking to buy and if you are, are you looking to buy a condo? if so, have you been pre-qualified through a lender? and if so, are you working with a realtor? if you're not...

give me a call & we can interview each other to see if we're a good fit. i'd love to offer my services to you.

sammy hernandez, realtor
clients first realty, llc
(602) 622.0703 c.
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