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Market Conditions in Sahuarita : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Mar 14, 2013
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Mon Dec 21, 2009
Sally Johnson answered:
Is this Mountain View Acres your asking is in Sahuarita, AZ? if this is the place, I used to have a friend lived in this nieghborhood. This area is quite nice very small community just handfull. Let me know if you still want more info in this neighborhood. ... more
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Fri Jul 2, 2010
Mary Clark answered:
Hi Mika7,
I believe that Pepper Viner has/had a program where they will buy your home if it doesn't sell within a specified period of time--BUT, they may only pay you wholesale value for it, I don't know that for a fact. If you would like to list your home and then I can accompany you to any of their new home sites and write an offer contingent on you
selling your home, feel free to contact me. Many sellers are accepting offers with this contingency. There are other things to consider when doing it this way. Contact me if you would like more clarification.
Mary Clark, Realtor
Long Realty
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Sun Jan 13, 2013
Scott Godzyk answered:
In simple terms you would think if you are buying low you are selling low. Depending on teh property, the area and its condition, some houses sell higher and when buying you can find a great deal and buy lower than the average you are making out on both ends. When looking at teh market as a whole yes that average would be considered correct, but indibidually it is always buy low and sell high. ... more
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Wed Nov 17, 2010
Michael Krotchie answered:
You have to keep in mind that the assessor's value is not the same as market value, and is used mostly as a gauge for assessing county taxes.

What you can take away from it, however, is relational value. The downward trend you see is a direct reflection of the recent housing slump we've experienced and is the same across the board here in Tucson/Sahuarita. So yes, it's probably normal.

How does the home look when looking at other comparable properties? If you have a Realtor they should be able to provide all this information for you quickly and easily, and perhaps provide more insight into the reasoning behind the recent price trends. Rancho Sahuarita is a great area and there are definitely a lot of deals to be had, even from new builds.
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