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What to Find Out Before Buying a Home

by Joe Karcie

It’s finally happening, you are ready to buy a home.  One of the most important aspects of any home you are considering, without a doubt is the area. Homes may look amazing online, but there is always the possibility that the area is less than desirable.

Before you move to any new town, subdivision, or city, it’s always a good idea to do research.  Find out as much as possible about the area that you are considering calling home. Yes, researching online is a good start, but another great place to start is with a Real Estate Agent.  Look for an agent that has been established in the community for several years.   Real estate agents can give you insight about everything from the local weather, to the HOA guidelines for that fancy subdivision you’re eyeing.   Think about all the questions you have, jot them down and speak to an agent.  Even a great agent may not know every answer, but they’ll know where to find the information you’re looking for and get back to you.

In researching a new area there are certain things that you’ll want to find out about. Start by finding out about the area itself.  Ask about demographics and the kind of atmosphere can you expect? Ask about city amenities, rec centers, libraries, community colleges, dog parks, all the smaller things that may be important to you.  Look into the employment market and the education system.   Even if you do not have children, knowing about the education system is good idea.  It’s one of the things people usually consider, and if you must move again a home in a good school district will typically demand a higher price.  Also, check the employment opportunities, who are the largest employers in the area, and what do salaries look like in your field.

Try to find out what the future holds as well. Look into if there are any development or expansion plans for the area. Things like proposed developments, both residential and commercial can affect your property values.  Contact the city or ask your Realtor about that large vacant lot and any future plans for development.  You will always be well served to stay on top of the future plans of any area that you move to.


Buyers should always investigate & explore the areas you are considering moving to.  Ask around, consult a real estate agent, talk to people in the community and find out as much as you can.  The more you can learn about the community the better, and more at ease you’ll be as you make one of the biggest investments in your life, buying a home!

Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street

Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

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Exploring Prescott's Great Outdoors

Exploring Prescott's Great Outdoors

by Joe Karcie

A great advantage to living in Prescott Arizona is the proximity to all of Arizona’s scenic wonders, like the Grand Canyon.  However, there are numerous outdoor activities right here in the Prescott area.  Take rock climbing in the Granite Dells or bouldering out in Groom Creek, maybe a day in the kayak at Watson Lake, there is always plenty to do.  Grab a picnic and head over to Goldwater Lake, then throw a few lines in the water as well.

Hiking usually comes to mind first when talking about Prescott’s outdoor activities.  Some of the classic Prescott hiking trails are Thumb Butte Trail #33, the views go on forever at the top of Spruce Mountain Trail #307, or hike to the top of Granite Mountain via trail #261.  There are also numerous trails in the picturesque Granite Dells near Watson & Willow Lakes, a favorite being the Constellation Trails.


View of Willow Lake with the Granite Dells in Background

Up for an off-road adventure drive to the top of Spruce Mountain in Groom Creek via Spruce Mountain Road.  The Bradshaw Mountains offer many forest roads for hours of exploring.  Spend a fun Saturday driving (with a high clearance 4x4 vehicle) to the old mining town of Crown King.

The Peavine Trail and Iron King Trail are excellent for walking and biking.   The trails are wide and are from an old railroad bed, so the grade is minimal, great for a nice flat ride through the scenic Granite Dells and Watson Lake.

Bike Riders Enjoy the Peavine Trail

If you’re looking for a more adventurous bike trail, try the Homestead Trail near Lynx Lake.  There is also a very nice campground at Lynx Lake.  There are numerous other bike friendly trails all throughout the Prescott National Forest.  Prescott is even home to an annual mountain bike race called the Whiskey Off Road.

The Prescott area also offers several good areas for birdwatching.  One of these is the Watson Woods, which you can access from the same parking lot as the Peavine Trail.  An ideal place for birds with large cottonwood trees, a wildlife pond and the seasonal Granite Creek which flows into nearby Watson Lake.

If you’re up for camping with a view, drive up the top of Mingus Mountain, there are campsites on the edge the mountain that overlook the Verde Valley, very spectacular views!   While you are there check out Mingus Lake for some fishing and the Woodchute Wilderness for hiking or horseback riding.

Hiking in the Prescott National Forest

This really is just scratching the surface of all the outdoor adventures that await you here in the Prescott area.  There always seems to be a new trail to explore, a forest road not yet travelled, or family and friends to show your favorite places.

There are a wide variety of outdoor adventures that await you, right here in Prescott.  Those of us who call Prescott home are pretty spoiled to have all this right at our doorstep.  Prescott truly is an amazing place to live!

What did we miss?  Where are your favorite places to explore in the Prescott area?

View from the top of Spruce Mountain

 

 

Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street

Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

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Tired of Renting, Think About Buying

Tired of Renting, Think About Buying

by Joe Karcie

Tired of renting . . . consider buying.  Have you spent years renting homes or apartments and have you grown tired of paying all that rent money to someone else!? If so, then it might be your time to consider purchasing a home in the Prescott area. However, you do need to ensure that you are prepared and ready on more than one level before jumping into the home owner role.

Get your financials in order.  The process of home buying can be a little overwhelming for a first time buyer. So, what to do?  Speaking to a lender is typically the first step to help determine if the time is right.  There are many financial considerations to make note of before you start looking for a home. But, if you can arrange your finances into a sensible plan and secure a mortgage then this can ultimately be the most rewarding purchase you have ever made.

Finance plays a huge role in the decision to purchase your first home. If you are purchasing your first home you will not likely have a few hundred thousand dollars cash just sitting around.  You will have to find a mortgage of some sort.

You should really make sure that you are prepared for the application for a mortgage as it will involve a thorough investigation of your past credit history.  If there are no issues with your credit then that will only make the process easier.  If there are any issues that you know of with your credit then you should take care of them before you apply for the mortgage.  Feel free to consult with a lender they can help you get going in the right direction.  Sometimes this is a simple case of oversight, some things have been taken care of and not recorded as such, and sometimes there can be some debts that you will need to address. Once any credit issues are taken care of, be sure to get a letter of release that you can show to the mortgage broker or company if necessary.

There is no stronger device in the home buying process than having all your financing in line before you start shopping for a new home. This is a great attraction for sellers, as they want their homes to sell quickly and without incident or trouble in the money phase.  A buyer with ready-to-go financing's offers will hold greater favor with almost any seller. If you are mindful of these things then when the time comes to make your offer, the whole process of buying a home in the Prescott area will go much more smoothly.  Then you’ll be able to dedicate your time to what is important, how to decorate your new home!

Here's a link to my Home Buyers Guide for even more information.

Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street / Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

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Curb Appeal is a Big Deal

Curb Appeal is a Big Deal

by Joe Karcie


The Importance of Curb Appeal in Today's Market

To sell a property in today's real estate market, you should make the home as attractive as possible, and a large part of that is making a first great impression. Make sure that your property makes a great impression from the curb by cleaning, repairing, and using good color contrast. 

If you are interested in real estate investing for handsome profits, you need to consider the curb appeal of any property you wish to rent or sell. A big part of the real estate game is buyer and tenant psychology. One thing that researchers have found about tenants and home buyers alike is that emotional response accounts for a great deal of investor success. In other words, the investors who can appeal to a tenant or buyer’s emotions -- and make the tenant or buyer imagine themselves in the property -- has the greatest chances of success. Curb appeal means improving the first impression that your property makes. Studies have shown that when the first impression of a property is positive, it is easier to convince a tenant or buyer to invest.

There are many ways that you can increase the curb appeal of your properties without a great deal of time and money:

1) Clean. A very tidy appearance is paramount to good curb appeal. Therefore, be sure to scrub the sidewalk, flagstones, walkway, windows, and siding. Mow the lawn, rake the leaves, clear the snow, and do everything you can to create the neatest possible appearance. You can do much of this yourself, although you may want to hire professionals or at least rent a high-pressure cleaning system for taking care of the exterior tiles or brickwork of a home. If the sidewalk outside your rental property or home is crumbled and in poor shape, you can generally contact the municipality to fix the problem.

2) Choose great colors. The color of your property goes a long way towards asserting good appeal. In general, you want to consider the colors of the properties around your property. If you are selling a suburban home, for example, located in a lot surrounded by pastel-colored homes, you do not want to paint your property a right color. It would stand out too much. The right color blends well with the properties on either side of it. Make sure that the colors are fresh by applying a new coat of paint. Don't forget the colors around the property, either. A bright green lawn or even crisp white snow contrasted with the few pine trees create visual appeal as well. If you're interested in real estate investing, learn which colors to select, or hire a professional to select the right colors for you.

3) Repair. It should go without saying that you should help ensure that everything outside is in good working order and looks attractive. This means that any broken walkways, bare patches on the lawn, and rickety shutters should be fixed up at once. You'll find more success in real estate investing if you are selling a property that people want to buy.

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Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street / Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

Flipping Homes in Prescott AZ

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Flipping Homes in Prescott AZ

by Joe Karcie

Prescott, AZ investment properties & and flipping homes. 

If you want to maximize your profits off of a property, then the way to do it is to flip properties.  Flipping properties is a term that is commonly used in real estate.  It is where someone will walk into a property, put in some small changes, and resell the property for more profit.  If you want to invest little and make more, then this is a great way to get into the real estate business.  

Finding the Perfect Home to Flip in Prescott & Prescott Valley

Usually, you will begin flipping a property by finding a home that is under-priced for the current real estate market.  These are usually called 'fixer-upper' homes and are available all the time on the market.  Any type of foreclosure, home at an auction, or home that has been neglected can be bought at a lower price.  Flipping properties will most likely be done by dealers or retailers, but it is possible for anyone to take part in the art of flipping properties.  

After you have found a home that needs some fixing, you will buy it like you would any other home.  Usually, you will be liable for going through the mortgage process and will sign a deed of trust for the property.  When you do this, you will want to make sure that you do it as a business instead of an individual.  As soon as the paperwork is done, you can move into the home, make some changes, and put it back on the market for a higher price.  

Renovating and reselling is the major art behind flipping Prescott and Prescott Valley properties.  If you want to stay ahead in the market and begin to profit, then understanding the basics of this and how to work as a business with real estate is one of the potential ways to make a living.  There are several who have worked with real estate and flipping properties that have had the ability to make a large amount of money off of the investments.  


Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W. Gurley Street / Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

Get Your Home Selling Checklist Here

Home Selling Checklist

by Joe Karcie

Prescott Home Selling Checklist

It’s not an easy job of selling a house. It’s a process. You just don’t publish your house, meet a buyer, negotiate and sell it, but there is a checklist to sell your house. The home selling checklists include some procedures you must do in the correlation of home selling.

This is the checklist you must pay more attention to sell your house:

- Decide whether you pay an agent to sell your house or you just do it by yourself. Pay a realty agent gives you a little effort for you to sell your house. An agent will carry out all of the business in a correlation of your home selling checklist. You just hire an agent and pay him. But it will spend costs of course. So, it’s up to you to pay a little effort or bigger one.
- Be a communicative and informed seller. It is correlated with your promotion strategy. You can use media to promote your homes, such as newspaper, pamphlet, DVD, or websites. Don’t forget to put the reasonable and proper price for your house.
- Get your house ready to sell by doing some preparations for your house exterior, interior, and appliances.
- Decide whether you pay a professional to do pre-listing house inspection or not.
- Doing some sales of your unnecessary furniture and appliances.
- Get familiar with financing terms, such as mortgage financing (fixed, adjustable, seller financing, assumable loans), pre-qualified, pre-approved, commitment
- Get familiar with negotiation and it stuffs, such as contract, offer, deal, etc. You should learn to do some offer approaching and all correlated with a legal transaction process.
- Know what you can improve or not in your house, what you can improve such as interior, exterior and what you can not improve such as location, style, etc.
- Decide whether you will put a home warranty on your house or not.
- Find some tips to buy a new house while you have sold your old one.
- Decide for closing and settlement to a buyer.
- Making moving plans.
 
The home selling checklist above shows us that there are some involvements to sell a house. You should pay attention to home selling checklist and do the steps rightly. But if you decide to pay a realty agent to organize your home selling business, just let them carry out the points above. And your involvements in-home selling will be decreased.
 
 

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Heating Hacks to Warm Your House

by Joe Karcie

Simple Hacks for Keeping Your Home Warm During Fall

Heating hacks Prescott real estate blog

If you want to keep your home warm during fall, there are some simple hacks you can do without the need for you to spend a huge amount of money and these include the following:

  • Use Curtains

Sun’s heat is free to make most of this. Consider opening your curtains and let sunlight in during the day to make use of the free heat. If it gets dark, shut the curtains in your home. These could serve as another insulation layer and will keep warmth in each of your rooms. You must also ensure that you do not have any gaps or leaks so that warm air could stay in and cold air stays out. It also helps reduce condensation.

  • Don’t Worry about Your House, Worry about People

At the end of the day, turtleneck sweaters, cozy socks, and hats can be good friends for this season. Who does not love enjoying a hot cocoa by the fire? Once done properly, focusing on heating your own self will give you the warm feeling that you have been missing while helping slash your expensive heating bills.

  • Re-arrange Furniture

Sitting by your window could cause radiant heat loss from the body to the glass, making you feel cold. To get rid of this, see to it that your furniture isn’t in front of a big window or pushed up against outside the walls. In addition to that, avoid placing big furniture pieces in front of the radiators, as they say, sofa or couch, would absorb the heat you like.

  • Use Timers on Central Heating

Experts recommend all homeowners that programming boiler to turn the heating on earlier like thirty minutes before getting up in the morning, yet at a lower temperature than turning this on just as you need this at a higher temperature. However, never make a mistake of leaving the heating on low the entire day as you do are just paying for the heat when you do not need this.

  • Tin Foil Away

You have to take note that wasted heat also means wasted money, yet a bit DIY can save the day. Putting the tin foil behind radiators in your home will reflect heat back into the room instead of enabling it to escape through the walls. Even if they make foil specially designed for this kind of purpose, the stuff in your kitchen would do the trick.

  • Upgrade Your Heating Unit or Furnace

If you have a heating unit that has been serving you for a decade, it might be time to get a new and much efficient model. Depending on your house and type of old heating unit, you can enjoy savings with a new heat source that uses less energy to provide the same heat amount. 

Prescott Real Estate Heating Your House Hacks

Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street

Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

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5 Major Reasons to Own a Home

by Joe Karcie

Top 5 Reasons You Should Own A Home Instead Of Renting
Top 5 Reasons to Own a Home

There are times when it is better for a person to rent, but most often homeownership has many more benefits and advantages.  

About 10 years ago a had a retired aunt and uncle who rented a condo in Las Vegas. Uncle Jim (not his real name) was a retired minister. Throughout his career, he and his wife lived in parsonages, which are homes furnished by the congregation while they ministered there.  

He and his wife told me that the biggest mistake they ever made was not to invest in buying a home.  In their retirement years, when their other retired friends were living in homes that were almost paid off and had appreciated greatly, Uncle Jim and his wife were using a huge portion of their limited retirement money to make expensive condo rent payments. They strongly cautioned me not to make the same mistake they had.

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Recent studies are showing that there are many benefits for both the owners and the community for owning your own home, including increased education for children,  lower teenage pregnancy rate and a higher lifetime annual income for children. Besides these, listed below are some of the primary advantages of owning your own house.


# 1 More Stable Housing Costs

Rent payments can be unpredictable and typically rise each year, but most mortgage payments remain unchanged for the entire loan period. If the taxes go up, the increase is usually gradual. This stable housing cost especially important in times of inflation when renters lose money and owners make money.

#2 Tax Savings

Homeowners can be eligible for significant tax savings because you can deduct mortgage interest and property taxes from your federal income tax, as well as many states' income taxes. This can be a considerable amount of money at first because the first few years of mortgage payments is made up mostly of interest and taxes.

#3  Debt Consolidation

If you need to, you can refinance a mortgage loan to consolidate other debts (an opportunity you don't have if you are renting.) And the interest on this is also tax deductible. 

#4  Equity

Instead of payments disappearing into someone else's pocket, homeowners are building equity in their own home. This is often one of a person's biggest investment assets.  Each year that you own the home you pay more toward the principal, which is money you will get back when the home sells. It is like having a scheduled savings account that grows faster the longer you have it. If the property appreciates, and generally it does, it is like money in your pocket. And you are the one who gets to take advantage of that, not the landlord. You can then use this equity to plan for future goals like your child's education or your retirement.

#5 It is Yours!

When you own a home you are in control. You the freedom to decorate it and landscape it any way you wish. You can have a pet or two. No one can pop in and inspect your home and threaten to evict you. 

Even young people, like college students out on their own, can often benefit from home ownership. It puts them ahead of other young people their age financially by helping with their credit and giving them what is often an excellent investment. Often a college student buying a home will rent the rooms out, and his or her roommates end up making the payments for the house. When the student is ready to move on, he or she can sell the home (hopefully making a profit) or keep it as an investment and continue to rent it.

Buying a home is an important decision. It is often the largest purchase a person makes in his or her life. Homeownership also comes with some increased responsibilities and isn't for everyone. There are some disadvantages to homeownership that you should take into account. 

Instances Where Renting Is Better Than Owning

1) Increased Expenses

Your monthly expenses may increase, depending on your situation. Even if the monthly payments are the same, homeowners still have to pay property taxes, all the utilities, and all the maintenance and upkeep costs for the home.  Often you need to supply appliances that were furnished with a rental.

2) Decreased Freedom of Mobility

Homeowners can't move as easily as a renter who just has to give notice to the landlord. Selling a house can be a complex and time-consuming process.  

3) Risk of Depreciation

In some areas with overinflated prices, there may be a risk that the house will depreciate instead of an increase in value if the prices go down. If you then sell the house, you may not get enough money from the home to pay back your mortgage, and you will still owe the mortgage company money. 

4) Possibility of Foreclosure 

If for some reason you are unable to make your payments, you risk having the lender foreclose on your property. This can result in the loss of your home, any equity you have earned, and the loss of your good credit rating. 


When considering home ownership, you need to weigh the advantages and disadvantages for yourself.  If you are like most people, you will find that homeownership is worth the risks and disadvantages.

Call me today to see about getting qualified and starting your Prescott real estate home search.

Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street

Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

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Hiring a Professional Moving Company

by Joe Karcie

Hire a Prescott Moving Company

How to Choose a Prescott Moving Company the Right Way

Hiring a Prescott moving company to move you is something that you may want to consider if you've got enough money to do so, and can't afford the time to do it yourself, or its impossible for you to pack and move.
 
Moving companies offer several great reasons to hire them - with different levels of service. From companies who will show up and move you and your belongings to companies who will pack, clean and move your belongings from place to place. 

There are also more and more 'complete' package companies springing up, designed especially professionals - allowing them to move to their job, without the hassle of it all. These companies do it all - from finding a suitable house within your price range and requirements to packing you and moving you in. Some even unpack at the other end for you. 

You'll need to check any company out thoroughly before hiring them - each company should be vetted to your satisfaction, with viable references, if possible. You should also search for any complaints or comments about them online, and see what comes up. These recommendations should also contain information on whether they were prompt, priced fairly, or added additional costs. 

You may also want to ask the company themselves for references, and information on when their cheapest and most expensive times are to move. You may find moving midweek to be far more cost-effective, as weekends always carry a premium. 

Take the information you’ve gathered and get back online. First, make sure they’re incorporated in your state and confirm how long they’ve been in business, by checking your secretary of state’s office. Some have searchable databases of businesses online; if not, call the number in the government pages of the phone book.

The company you eventually choose to move you will want to come out and inspect your home, to work out what they will be moving, and to provide you with a quotation, so you may want to de-clutter before they arrive - they will take an inventory, in some cases, with you and decide what your quotation will be. These companies will also provide you with a complete overview of their insurance - review it carefully so you're sure of what they cover and what you're liable for, should the worst happen.

You should feel confident about any company you’ve run through the checks above. Confirm the dates and details of your move, and make sure you get a signed order for service and a bill of lading.

If you're ever selling your Prescott home and need a list of reputable local movers, please feel free to give me a call for my short-list of wonderful local businesses I have helped clients move with over the years.

 

Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street

Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

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Prescott Quick Home Selling Tips

by Joe Karcie

Prescott Real Estate for Sale

Selling Your Prescott Home Fast

 
Often wonder why some houses can have a number of showings after its first week on the market, and similar ones seem to be left with no attention? A quick sale of a house is common enough to be expected by some home sellers but rare enough to remain a phenomenon in the market. It really comes down to pricing your home and readiness – the houses being sold quickly are priced properly and better prepared to move on with de-cluttering and making the home attractive to buyers. Surely price and location is the major reason a Prescott house can appeal to home buyers, but there’s also more than meets the buyer’s eye. Here are some quick sell tips to make sure your house reaches that contract as soon as possible.
 

5 Tips For A Quick Real Estate Sale

 
1. Get a top-quality, state-of-the-art real estate agent. Sounds obvious, but the better qualified your agent is, the more experienced they are and the more guarantee that your house can be a quick sale.
 
2.  Play the role of a buyer. Observe your house in the eye of a potential customer. Is there anything you see that makes you think “This is good, but it looks like they’re still working on that...”? Ask your friends or neighbors to do the same if necessary. 
 
3. There’s one sure-fire tip to get your house quickly noticed, and that’s putting out the heaviest advertising campaign you can manage. So many houses are being sold daily, how do you make sure the buyers would even see your home? Quick selling houses are results of excellent marketing skills.
 
4.  Offer incentives. When it’s time to take any means necessary, start negotiating extra perks to your buyers to lure them even more. A closing-cost help, for example, would motivate the buyers to speed up the decision to buy your house. 
 
5. When all else fails, and you’re starting to get really desperate, you might want to try renting your house. Afraid of never getting it off your back? Discuss with the renters that your initial need is to sell the house. A rented house with an option to buy is also a good idea.
 
Some people will tell you that quick sells are by means of luck. Though this is inevitably true, waiting for luck will do nothing to speed up the process. Preparation, preparation, and preparation are the three things you most need to ensure a quick sale.
 

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Understanding The Purchase Contract

When it’s time to finally seal the deal on your home selling, it’s time to take out the contract. Since it’s the document that will supposedly end the process, it’s very important for homeowners to understand the components of a real estate contract (even more if you’re selling the house on your own).
 
Remember that even the contents of a contract are negotiable, so getting to know home selling contracts would put you in a better position for further discussion. You would also have less risk of being scammed by random contracts offered. 
 
Real Estate Tips and Questions
 
Although not all home selling contracts follow the same standard, most of them should answer the following questions:
 
· What’s being sold? A description of the property on hand
 
· How much is it? 
 
· How is the contingency of mortgage? An amount or a mortgage rate is needed.
 
· How much will the deposit be and whom will it be given to?
 
· When and where is the closing?
 
· What is the exact scope of the selling? A home selling contract, in its essence, should give a firm limit of what’s being sold and what’s not.
 
· Will the seller be able to do further home inspections?
 
· What kind of inspections (wellness, hygiene, termite inspection) will be done?
 
· Is there any insurance covering the house?
 
Once again, there are a number of important variables you don't want to miss and end up paying more or losing out on a deal. I would highly recommend getting a real estate professional for anyone selling his or her house. Your home is probably the biggest investment you'll make in your entire life. It only makes sense to hire an experienced Realtor to ensure you are properly protected. 
 
Preparation and real estate sales
 
The tough job is, even after you understand the main elements of a home selling contracts, you might experience difficulty in designing one for your transaction. Once again, it's important to hire experiences Prescott real estate agent to make sure nothing goes wrong and get you the most from the sale of your home.
 

 

Joe Karcie - RE/MAX Mountain Properties

731 W Gurley Street

Prescott, AZ 86305

(928) 776-7701

 

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Joe Karcie
RE/MAX Mountain Properties
731 West Gurley St.
Prescott AZ 86305
928-776-7701
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