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Sat Aug 31, 2013
Barbara Highfield answered:
Hi Ken,
It is still available. We have a number of homes for sale in Tombstone. Check out http://www.tombstonerealestate.com or call me at 520-559-2458.
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Sat Aug 31, 2013
Barbara Highfield answered:
Tombstone residents have Circle K, Tombstone Grocery Store and Apache Market for the small grocery lists. For Safeway, Walmart, Target, Frys, Lowes, Home Depot, Mall, retaurants, hotels, hospitals, colleges, etc, we go to Sierra Vista, about 16 miles west of Tombstone ... more
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Mon Apr 18, 2011
Tamara Schuster answered:
This question comes up all the time. As a Broker who is SFR certified in working with foreclosures and short sales I show a lot of foreclosed houses. One picture is not enough and I find that frequently the listing agent has a contract with the bank or mortgage company and has 50 or more foreclosures listed. To make matters worse they sometimes never go inside so we do not have any information of the home. This really is sad and sometimes the property can be much different than we imagined. Very impersonal. with the fact that foreclosures arent going away if the banks found a better way to market these properties using agents who take the time to put pictures on the MLS and other websites plus guide the bank to do some basic repairs this could change the industry in a positive way. ... more
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Fri Jan 9, 2009
Bonnie Boutte answered:
I am a Real Estate in Tombstone, AZ my name is Bonnie Boutte. You may go on our website at www.tombstonerealestate.com the MLS number for that listing is 128106, and is it still on the market. Please contact me at bonnie@bonnieboutte.com and I will be glad to send you information. there would be utility bills, gas and electric, water ... more
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Wed Sep 17, 2008
Paul Welden answered:
Hi Lori,

In Maricopa, all foreclosure info is online & with free access. It may be the same for Cochise county. Contact your county's recorder office & ask them where to get the info. If it's not available online, then it's probably published in some sort of newspaper publication that you may need to sucscribe to. In Maricopa County, foreclosure info is available online for free and also in a printed publication that requires a paid subscription.

Hope this helps.

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Paul Welden
Buyer's Agent REALTOR
HomeSmart Real Estate
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Thu Feb 28, 2008
Richard Gataveckas answered:
Christine
As European to European I advise you not to buy foreclosed property without seeing it. In your situation (if you will be new in the area) I would suggest to buy new home. It would come with home warranty and would save a lot of headache

Good luck
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Sun Dec 23, 2007
The Hagley Group answered:
Gail is correct! Especially if you're looking at buying a foreclosure, use a Realtor! Answers to your foreclosure questions, as well as a lit of major lender and gov't foreclosure sites,can be found through the link below. ... more
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