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From Tuesday, going over the Inspection Period. What is the inspection period, how do you find what to inspect for, as well as tips for your inspections and if there is always an inspection period when buying? I go over this in this week's Terms, Tech, & Tips Tuesday video. Watch below!
Great views, inside and out! You have to see the views from the inside as well! This home is a combination of being the only one currently available that is under $600,000, at least 2,000 sq ft, in Northwest Tucson, and has an acre! Watch below and see for yourself!
You're signing a Buyer-Broker Agreement? What is a Buyer-Broker Agreement, is it required, and what should you as a buyer know? This Tuesday's Terms, Tech, & Tips Tuesday, I go over what the Buyer-Broker Agreement is, whether I require it, and what you should think about before signing one. Should I sign a Buyer-Broker Agreement? Watch to decide for yourself.
A whopping 5,100 sq ft! 5 bedrooms, 2 spare rooms, multiple living spaces/grand rooms, and 3 full bathrooms. Remodeled and updated, while sitting on over 3 acres, this is a long video because it is A LOT TO SEE IN MORE WAYS THAN ONE! Catch the details here: 10751 E Prince Rd Details Page
Red Tie Guy here again, and today's Term is The MLS! Why is it called the MLS? What is the MLS? How is the MLS different than Zillow? Today's Terms, Tech, & Tips Tuesday goes over the MLS and how it matters to you as buyers and sellers. Watch below.
The advice given here is considered general real advice. Every home purchase/sale is different, and if any of this advice is used to make a decision, you are urged to consult the real estate professional involved in your sale. Inspections/research is recommended by the buyer in all sales.
What is escrow, and why is it important? Should I remember who my escrow officer is? Chances are, you don't know who your escrow officer is, and that is usually a good thing. Watch below to learn why!
Unless the deal has bumps in the road, you're probably not going to remember them. They're a necessary neutral 3rd party that allows the transaction to occur. What should you ask? Does either agent have a relationship with the escrow company, and what risks might that involve? Keep in mind, while Escrow and Title are usually the same party, they are different, but that will be discussed on another Tuesday!
By the numbers! Let's compare October 2021 averages against last month's, and get better perspective on just what is happening in Tucson Real Estate as the market shifts, and what tips there are for sellers as the 2022 wraps up its final months.
Savvy Buyers and Longer Times On Market. The start of 6% interest rates has slowed the market back to... normal seller's market? Prices still go up, even though buyers look at more homes before offering. Watch to learn more.