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Will I need an attorney?

Will I need an attorney?

Will you need an attorney to buy or sell a house? In Arizona, an attorney is not required to be part of a real estate transaction. Real estate licensees are legally allowed to write contracts as part of their representation of clients. However, agents are NOT allowed...
Should you Buy a BRAND NEW Home?

Should you Buy a BRAND NEW Home?

At some point in the process of buying a home, you may become frustrated with the selection and start to consider a brand new home. There are many benefits to doing this, not the least of which is that you’ll have a several-year warranty on your major systems and...
Your Earnest Money Check

Your Earnest Money Check

One of the first things you will do when you buy a new home is deposit your earnest money check. If you are paying cash, the source of your earnest money is more or less irrelevant. However, if you have a home loan for your purchase (like most buyers do), the lender...
Touring a Home When you’re Not in Tucson

Touring a Home When you’re Not in Tucson

MANY people relocate to Tucson, Arizona for retirement or for a job. So what happens if you need to relocate but don’t have the time to spend weeks here looking for the perfect home for you? Thanks to modern technology, there is a solution that works very well and...
Potential Appraisal Issues

Potential Appraisal Issues

Thinking of selling your home soon? In addition to getting your home pre-inspected, consider how an appraiser will view your home. Most buyers today obtain home loans which makes the appraisal an important part of a real estate transaction. Appraisers will consider...
Selling Your Home in a Divorce

Selling Your Home in a Divorce

Are you contemplating divorce? Do you own a home together? If so, how to “split” the house will be an important consideration as you negotiate your divorce. I can help you understand the ins and outs of selling your home in a divorce and pitfalls to avoid...

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