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Gold Canyon : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Mar 27, 2013
Morten Pedersen answered:
A lot , in the winter time , it could cost more than $1,000.00 a month to heat to a temp of low 80's
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Fri Apr 6, 2012
Alain Picard answered:
I would hire a local real estate agent to work for you at no cost to you and have them look at what other similar properties have sold for and are currently listed for and then you and your agent can figure out what a good offer would be for that property. Having your own real estate agent working with you and submiting your offer for you will help you a lot. ... more
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Wed May 30, 2012
Loren Hoboy answered:
The reality of the market is that it has shifted from a buyer's market to a seller's market. Inventory levels continue to fall and prices are increasing through out Central AZ. There is less than a 2 months supply of homes and new buyers each day. Each house has multiple offers today. ... more
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Wed Feb 11, 2015
Christopher Lefebvre answered:
Buyer's agents should never enter a home without making an appointment first. Perhaps they made an appointment with your listing agent and the listing agent didn't pass the word on to you? I would start buy asking your agent if an appointment was made. If not, you can complain to the buyer's agent's broker about it. ... more
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Fri Nov 25, 2011
Cara J. Simmons answered:
Hi Brian,

When I purchased my home a few years ago I had a loan for 40K and it was not a problem. Are you buying home as a primary residence or an investment property? Each mortgage companies is different on what their minmum loan amount will be, so if you like, I can give you a name of a mortgage person you can talk to with no obligation to you.

Thank you,

Cara J. Simmons, REALTOR (r)
Sun Canyon Realty
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Fri Oct 21, 2011
Bill Parker, CPA* answered:
Hi Lynn:

This is really a question for a practicing tax CPA or tax attorney. There are too many nuances (when did certain events happen; are you solvent or not; etc.) for anyone else to give you a correct answer.

I knowmany very good tax CPAs who could help you, if you wish some names and numbers...

Good luck.
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Wed Jun 30, 2010
Randy Hooker answered:
There are 2 bedroom homes listed in Gold Canyon all the way from $95,000 to $635,000, and sizes from 1,200 sqft to 2,400 sqft. To take such widely different properties and slam them together and arrive at an 'average' price per square foot would be a travesty. The results would be so skewed that an accurate assessment of any given home in Gold Canyon would be practically impossible.

Maybe you could re-phrase your question based on what it is that you're trying to find out?

All the best!
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Sat Apr 3, 2010
Don Tepper answered:
Nah. You already know what we're going to say.

I'm just a bit surprised at your age. Not to be age-ist, but I usually see that attitude from some Gen-Xers. (To all you Gen-Xers who are responsible--and that's most of you--that comment isn't directed at you.) If you've paid mortgages for 35 years, you're solidly a Baby Boomer. And usually their attitudes are a bit different. ... more
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