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Financing in Scottsdale : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Jan 18, 2010
Barbara Weismann answered:
The best place I can send you is to my very good friend Alice Held who is the top agent in the area - contact her at You'll be glad you did. Alice is not only knowledgeable but she is one of the most professional and ethical agents I have ever met. She has been the top area agent in your area for a very long time and is still going strong. In fact, we were both at a CyberStar Summit in, actually, Scottsdale a few days ago. You'll be glad you reached out to her - she's a fabulous lady. ... more
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Wed Jan 13, 2010
Kathy Wales answered:
Accessibility to the agent on behalf of their buyers is key to me. Does the lender call/e-mail back readily for pre-approvals, updates, and closing time estimates. It is important to ultimately close a transaction however being a team player with all of the different parties to the transaction, ie escrow, title, agents, buyers and sellers, during the transaction, is key to me. Making it "look" easy is the sign of a true pro. ... more
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Thu Sep 24, 2009
1% is pretty standard. It depends on the rest of the closing closts to determine if this is too high. If you have points, mortgage broker fees and other "junk" fees it MAY be high. ... more
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Tue Sep 18, 2012
Randy Hooker answered:
Jeremy House
Prime Lending
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Tue Apr 20, 2010
Stew Keene answered:


But there are circumstances involved...

Stew Keene
Signature Realty Group
2008-2009 Master of Real Estate Award
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Thu Oct 23, 2008
Fred Glick answered:
Hire the best real estate attorney you can find to stop them from doing that.
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Sat Mar 8, 2008
David Dion answered:
Most lenders will require another 5% down as Maricopa County has been identified as a declining market. Hopefully a lender responds as their answer will be better than mine...
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Sun Jan 22, 2017
Paul Slaybaugh answered:
Hi Tara, while it will obviously vary from builder to builder, you are probably looking at between $150-200 per foot. "If you get into highly custom touches and finishes, though, it will exceed that range. ... more
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