The best way to find answers to these questions is to talk to the seller or realtor. MY best guess would be that it does have water, and that it does run off of city gas. It just makes sense to assume that is the case. If this isn't the case it will probably be documented fairly well so that you're aware of the difference. As far as HVAC goes though, there's not as much of a guarantee. It's very likely that there is an HVAC unit, but that doesn't mean that it's guaranteed, and you'll definitely have to ask to find out about this.
Upper Colony is in Smith Valley which is much different than Silver Springs. I have 18 vacant lots in Silver Springs and Stagecoach listed from 5 acres at $7,900, to 10 acres with a great view for $55,000. You need to know that vacant lots in SS and Stagecoach are not selling right now. There have been four sales in the last YEAR for $5,500 to $10,000. One at $14,000 and one at $30,000 had utilities.
If you are not in a hurry to sell, you should wait until the final announcement of the USA Parkway comes. It is hopefully only about 4-5 years out and we should have a sign that it is starting in about a year or so. That will help prices and sales
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I think it would be best for you to contact a local lender in Nevada, now. A good lender will tell you where you are at with credit issues or lack of credit. I would suggest to contact a lender now, so you can work on getting a loan. It sounds like you have some time before you make the move. I have a list of local lenders if you would like to contact them. There are some good loan programs out there. First time HomeBuyer programs. and Rural Programs.
The good renter history is a positive. Try to get a letter from your landlord, stating the time in which you have rented. Lenders are going to need last 2 yrs tax returns, past 2 month bank statements, and work history along with last 2 month pay stubs.
My big question is, have you been to Silver Springs before? It is a very rural area. The prices are great for Buyers. There is little work in the area, but most commute to work either to Fernley or Reno.
If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me 775-790-1780 Thank you, Angela Lee, Realtor
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Taxes are not based on the market value (almost) whatsoever. It is based on a formula that is impossible for a lay-person to figure out: It is the appraised market value of the land plus the depreciated replacement value of the improvements (the house) x 35% x the tax rate for that particular tax district. So basically, taxable value is not indicative of market value or sales price.
John A. Brassner, MBA, REALTORÂ®
Residential â–ª Commercial â–ª Business Sales
Prudential Americana Group, REALTORSÂ®
10777 W. Twain Ave #333
Las Vegas, NV 89135