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Home Buying in Sunrise Manor : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Feb 16, 2016
St26drt asked:
Wed Aug 6, 2014
damian arroyo answered:
The listing agent needs to show the property in order to sell it. Normally there are lock boxes on the property so the buyers agent can show the property to their clients. if the property is rented then an appointment with the renter needs to be made to show it. ... more
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Sun Jul 14, 2013
lynnsbackagain answered:
Tue Jun 25, 2013
Robert Adams answered:
We just sold one. We can help you find another one. Please send me what type of mobile home you are looking for here and we will send you properties that match your criteria.

Best Regards,
Robert Adams
Broker/Salesman
The Adams Team at
Rothwell Gornt Companies
C:702-349-9175
O:702-932-8813
F:702-932-8826
RobertAdams@LVrealestateHELP.com
http://www.LVrealestateHELP.com
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Tue Jun 11, 2013
Doreen Mulcahey answered:
This lot rent is $605. The owner is very motivated to sell, will consider all offers.

Sincerely,

Doreen Mulcahey, Mobile Home Sales Specialist, BMHS, Inc.
Manager, Sunrise Mobile Home Community
http://lvmobilehomespecialist.com
http://www.sunrisemobilehomepark.net
702-432-5533
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Sat May 25, 2013
Peirce answered:
Have your agent hire someone who regularly shoots architecture and interiors - offer to pay part of the fee if necessary. Brokers frequently skimp on this, but better photos will help it sell faster and get more people interested - they pay for themselves, in other words.

More megapixels or an excellent camera or a super-wide angle lens won't help you. A re-shoot by the same incompetent photographer won't help. Doing it yourself, as some have advised, may also amount to giving the job to someone completely inexperienced. Advising someone "make sure you use good lighting" is like handing them a trombone and advising them to "make sure they play nice." It looks easy enough, and admittedly it isn't brain surgery, but it does at least take a couple years experience to get good at it.
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Thu May 23, 2013
Annette Lawrence answered:
The response I would provide is I NEVER refuse to show a property, but I do explain the property can only be shown to 'Quailified" buyers.
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These are buyers who have been vetted.
They have met with a professional and disussed the real estate they want to BUY..
They have provided the documents that reveal their funding capcity.
Their request is within the time parameters established by the seller.
Their request meets the showing requirments published by the listing agent reflecting the wishes of the seller.
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"Oh how I wish I could show you this house but the showing requirments stipulate an approval or proof of funds document that support your ability to purchase a 3.7 Million dollar home. I'm sure you udnerstand."
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Mon Feb 25, 2013
Rena Levy answered:
Hi Doug

HOA is a short for HOME OWNER"S ASSOCIATION. Some properties are built within communities that have Home Owner 's Association. What dose it mean to you? It means there going to be Covenants conditions regulations . bylaws and restrictions part of the title to your property. It means that you will have to follow the rules. It intends to preserve the character and value of properties on the community. It may also restrict you from what you can or can not do to improve or change your property.
It also mean that a monthly fee will be assess to your property and there may be some other fees as long as you owns this property.

You can visit http://www.leg.state.nv.us/nrs for more information or call the the real estate division at 702-486-4520.
If you need any aditional information, please contact me at 702-900-4330 or visit all the homes for sale in Las Vegas at http://www.cvegashomes.com

Rena Levy
Broker/Associate
Certified International Property Specialist
702-900-4330
info@cvegashomes.com
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Mon Feb 18, 2013
Robert Adams answered:
A buyer's agent can mean that the agent specializes in representing buyers. This is good for you as the buyer, because you want an agent that knows all the ins and outs of your market and how to save you as much money as possible when purchasing a home. Our team has a buyer's agent I can put you in contact with if you are interested.

The commissions are negotiable. Usually, the seller pays for the commission of both the listing agent and the buyer's agent. Again this is negotiable and can be changed should both parties agree.

Sometimes there is also a fee charged by the buyer's brokerage as well. this can be called a transaction fee, brokerage fee, etc. You see this more commonly on the lower end deals as the commissions are very low and sometimes agents add this fee on to help supplement the low commission amount to make it worth their time. Again this is also negotiable.

Best Regards,
Robert Adams
Broker/Salesman
The Adams Team at
Rothwell Gornt Companies
C:702-349-9175
O:702-932-8813
F:702-932-8826
RobertAdams@LVrealestateHELP.com
http://www.LVrealestateHELP.com
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Mon Jan 28, 2013
Robert Adams answered:
Las Vegas is currently in a hot seller's market and with inventory remaining very low (below the 5,000 mark) deals are getting harder and harder to lock down. You can read a thread about the competitiveness of the current market here: "Will rising prices put an end to all these multiple offers?"

With that being said, if you find a property that you want to purchase, it is important that you write up a clean, strong offer. Here are some tips to getting you offer(s) Accepted:

1.) Run the CMA (Comparative Market Analysis) and find out an educated estimated value of the property.

2.) Offer a strong purchase price. With homes selling around 10% above apprasisal value you will want to make your offer slightly above the CMA value. Offering less will get your rejected (NOT COUNTERED) 9 times out of 10.

3.) Always submit your highest and best offer the first time. Do not expect to start low and counter to a higher offer. With an average of a dozen offers on a property at any given time, listing agents are now only countering the best offer in front of them and then rejecting the others.

4.) Keep your offer clean. Pay your own closing closts, inspections, appraisals, etc. This will give the seller less items they have to counter. This will also show the seller and the listing agent that you and your buying agent are in tune with the market and it should make the process a smoother deal. When agents/buyers/sellers are not on the same page and in tune with the market it can cause problems once in escrow and the chances of closing the deal decreases drastically.

5.) Write up the purchase contract to purchase the property "As-Is". This means you can still get an inspection in your "Due Diligence Period" and find out the condition of the property. Do not expect the seller to pay for any of these repairs as you are buying the property "As-Is". If the repairs are minor than we advise you proceed and make the repairs yourself once you close on the property. If there are unforeseen major repairs then you can renegotiate the purchase price at that time or cancel escrow and get your EMD (Earnest Money Deposit) fully refunded. Again writing up the offer "As-Is" will keep your offer clean and less things for the listing agent/seller to counter.

6.) Submit your POF (Proof of Funds) or Pre-Approval Letter with your purchase contract so the sellers know you are capable of buying the property.

7.) This step is not a must but it does make your offer a little more competitive. Increase your EMD (Earnest Money Deposit) to slightly above the requested amount in the listing. For example if they are asking for $1,500 EMD give them $2,000. This shows them that you are serious about buying this property and you are willing to put more money down than the other bidders.

8.) Have your agent write an email or cover letter accompanying the offer explaining that you the buyer and them the buyer's agent are aware of the market conditions and have attached a clean, strong offer that includes: and list the items above that you have agreed to only because of the condition of the market ex: higher price, paying your own fees, as-is, higher emd, POF or preapproval letter, etc.

If you practice all of these steps when submitting your offers in the current market here in Las Vegas or Henderson you will have a better success rate of getting your offers Accepted. If you would like my team and I to represent you in purchasing your next home please send us what type of home you are looking for by filling out our Buyer's Form If you need Sell your home please fill out our Seller's Form

We hope this is informative and we thank you for your business!

[Last edited Jan 15, 2013]
Best Regards,
Robert Adams
Broker/Salesman
C:702-349-9175
F:702-932-8826
RobertAdams@LVrealestateHELP.com
http://www.LVrealestateHELP.com
Founder of The Adams Team at Rothwell Gornt Companies and LVrealestateHELP.com
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Tue Jan 8, 2013
dawn lane answered:
A "safe" neighborhood is subjective . One mans trash is another's treasure . It is simply a determination of how you " perceive " safe . You can go to Http://www,Lvmpd.com, type in the address of the property and then use the crime tracker to see the crime reports associated with the address . Call the non emergency line and talk to a desk seargent or drive to the local precinct , and ask their opinion .
As far as transportation you should call the transportation department at the COLV .
You can find out about proximity to amenities at Http://www,walkscore.com . The determination about the quality of life in an area you will be purchasing is up to you .to decide .Doyour homework . Goodluck
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Mon Nov 26, 2012
David Cooper answered:
6125 E CAREY Ave
(Unavailable), NV 89156
LOT SIZE: 6,969 Sq. Ft.
PROPERTY TYPE: Vacant/Subdivided Land
COUNTY: Clark
MLS#: 665189
SOURCE: GLVAR
STATUS: History
RARE MOBILE HOME LOT. RT ZONING ALLOWS A MANUFACTURED OR A STICK-BUILT HOME ON THIS LOT!

David Cooper Investor
http://www.lasvegaswinner.org
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Thu Nov 8, 2012
Eugene Renwick answered:
Hello John,
This property in Sunrise Trailer Estates has no HOA. The property is a fixer and is being sold, basically, for land value. If you are interested in looking at this property, I would be happy to assist you.

Have a Great Day,
Gene Renwick
EXIT Realty, The Infinity Group
9484 West Flamingo Rd #270
Las Vegas, NV 89147
Direct: 702-204-5202
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Thu Oct 18, 2012
johngkenny answered:
This property includes a Parcel number (140-22-115-009). The Lot Sq. Ft. is 6,098 and the assessed Land Value is $5,250.
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Wed Aug 1, 2012
John Longeway answered:
Hi Judybunting94,
I can help you find the right community and home that you are looking for.
Please give me a call or send me an email.
Thanks,
John J. Longeway- Your friendly neighborhood Realtor®
Realtor®
Keller Williams Realty Southern Nevada
office:702-777-0002
cell:702-325-4833
email: jjlongeway-homes@kw.com
www.jjlongeway.kwrealty.com
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Mon Jul 16, 2012
RelocationPro answered:
This question is best answered by an accountant or tax advisor. Any or all early distribution tax exemptions would be advised by CPA.

Thanks,

Keisha
www.MotionProperties.com
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Sat Jul 14, 2012
Christopher Romero answered:
Hey Ronaldo,

Yes, I can help you buy any home with your annuity. Send me an email, and I'll send you some possibilities.

Talk To You Soon,

Christopher L. Romero
imyourlvagent@gmail.com
702.787.1167
Realty ONE Group
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Sat Jul 14, 2012
Pamela Wilferd answered:
Are wishing to cash in your annuity or borrow against it?
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
Karla Maria answered:
How munch are the payments fore each month going to be
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Tue Jun 19, 2012
Karla Maria answered:
the home that is in the 4213 Esteban Court,las Vegas N. V.89110
can this property be sold at the price of 45,000
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