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Barrio Santa Rosa : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Mar 23, 2010
Richard Lecinski answered:
With out seeing the contact or having a lawyer look at it I assume it means when you do you a Bulk Package Buy you get everthing in that group like it or not.
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Fri Aug 8, 2008
Steve Belt answered:

It looks like you've asked this question in the wrong city/state, as it's showing up as an Arizona question.
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Mon May 12, 2008
Michael Krotchie answered:
Hi Mike,

Glad to hear you're moving to the Old Pueblo! Are you definitely wanting to stay in the Santa Rosa area or would you be willing to consider housing a bit further away? The reason I ask is because you aren't going to find a home that is newer than 1990 AND has a large lot in that particular neighborhood. There are a few homes that fit your criteria but have small lots. Because you're located near I-10 (which is under construction until 2010), I would consider West Tucson, SW Tucson, or NW Tucson. You could even look SE down in Vail (many nice properties available) and would only be looking at about a 20min drive up I-10.

For your price range and desires there are a multitude of properties available that I believe would suit your needs. If you would like more information regarding home availability and school information feel free to contact me!

Michael Krotchie - Realtor®
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, NRT LLC
6970 N. Oracle Road, Suite 100
Tucson, AZ 85704

520.404.4996 -- Mobile
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Fri Jul 31, 2009
Richard Lecinski answered:
Try seaching as also the local county tax assessor's web page.
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Tue Feb 14, 2012
Ute Ferdig answered:
Hi Michael. Yes, Metrolist has both, the short sale and REO designations, which makes it very easy to search for properties that were short sales and/or REOs. On the other hand, out Nevada County MLS, which was just recently updated, does not seem to have this designation yet. One of the main reasons for that may be because Nevada County has very few foreclosures as most people who bought up here in recent years did not buy with subprime loans as they came with equity from the sales of their homes in the San Francisco Bay area and Southern California. ... more
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