Do you want to know where Phoenix lake communities water comes from?

Water Sources for Phoenix Lake Communities

As a waterfront buyer develops their list of criteria and questions, one question seldom makes it on the list, What is the source of the water for this lake community?  It would not matter if all man made residential lake communities had the same source or type of water, but they don’t.  There are 3 sources of water from which the lake communities receive their water.  If this is of interest to you, keep on reading and watch the video.

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Contractual Advantages of a Cash Offer

Why is a Cash Offer Better?

Have you heard the investors give you their pitch that they’ll give you an “all cash offer”? And then you wait for the other shoe to drop and find out how much below market value the “all cash offer” will be. What is it about a cash offer that merits a discount and elevated status?  When I’ve asked both buyers and sellers they say , “well it’s cash and they can close fast”.  However, you may have a serious buyer with a competitive offer that wants to stand out from the crowd.  So it is important to understand the contractual benefits of a cash purchase.   To find out, watch the video below:

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Air Conditioning Refrigerants are Changing

A/C Refrigerant Transition is Continuing

Air conditioning systems are continuing to transition to more environmentally friendly refrigerants, phasing out R-22 commonly known as Freon.  Since January 1, 2010 any newly installed A/C systems had to use refrigerants such as R-410A, likely known by the brand name, Puron. Another benchmark change is coming up in the near future.  To learn more, continue reading and watch the video to understand it’s impact.

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2019 First Half Real Estate Market Update

Real Estate Market Update for First Half of 2019

If you are wondering how things in the real estate market have started in 2019, I’d like to share some information with you. Are short sales and bank owned properties coming back? How often do sellers contribute toward buyer closing costs? And what has been happening to residential rental lease rates?

Check out the video below to have these and other questions answered.

Was there something that I missed or didn’t get answered? Please let me know and it may be the subject of my next video,.

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Understanding Contingencies in the Arizona Real Estate Contract

AAR Residential Real Estate Contract Contingencies

When the contract has been signed by both the buyer and seller, it’s a done and the buyer must cannot back out, correct? Not so fast! There are events in the contract that must be fulfilled and also give the buyer the opportunity to cancel the contract and receive a refund of their earnest money. The to find out more about these “contingencies”, continue reading.

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Are you paying too much in Maricopa property taxes?

Owner Occupied Residences Pay Less in Maricopa Property Taxes

Many Maricopa county residents don’t realize that they will receive a tax break when their property is owner occupied. The other classifications are residential rental and non-primary.  When you receive your Notice of Value and notice the property classification is wrong, what’s the next step? The erroneous classification could be costing you up to $600/year.

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