Absolutely not! While our office is located in Goodyear, our agents are experts in the entire Southwest Valley! Common areas we service but are not limited to: Litchfield Park, Peoria, Glendale, Avondale, Laveen, Mesa, Tolleson, Waddell, Surprise, Phoenix, Goodyear, Anthem, Sun City, Gilbert, Chandler, Maricopa, El Mirage, Buckeye, Paradise Valley and Ahwatukee.
We service areas all over the greater Phoenix Valley, however our brick and mortar office location is in Goodyear, Arizona just a few miles south of the I10 freeway on Estrella Parkway. The address is 3810 S. Estrella Pkwy #306, Goodyear 85338.
If the built-up equity in your current home will be applied to the down payment on the new home, typically your current home will need to be sold first. If you will not be applying this, then you may not need to sell your home first and an offer not contingent on you selling your home can be attractive to sellers that you offer on their home.
Once the house is on the market, it may take anywhere from one to six weeks to sell. However, if the market is hot like the current market, a seller could see their house off the market within a few days.
Yes, at The Eden Agency, our solar realtors help to educate homeowners about their solar system and execute the process as EXPERTS in Arizona real estate, which can be a major relief in an already stressful task- like moving.
The selling price of a house fluctuates depending on multiple factors. The most common ones are the neighborhood and what similar-sized houses are currently selling for. Also, look at the age and condition.
First impressions are everything! Anyone walking through a house or touring it virtually will be looking for ways to pass or negotiate down on the price. Each room should look clean and decluttered with no overt damage.
Real estate agents determine home values by doing what is known as a competitive market analysis or “CMA” for short. When figuring out the value of a home, a real estate agent will look at the property location, the condition of the property, and the condition of the housing market in your area. They will take into consideration things like the age of the home, the square footage, the number of bedrooms and bathrooms, whether any recent updates have been made, and a number of other factors. They will then look at what similar homes in the area have sold for recently and whether the market is trending up or down in general. Using all of this information a real estate agent can give you a very accurate estimate of what you would be able to sell your home for.
The traditional homebuying season begins in spring and runs through the summer/early fall in most parts of the country. As temperatures rise, listings and sales heat up. That means in most areas you'll face more competition with other home sellers in the summer, but more prospective buyers will be out there shopping! There are exceptions, though, so it's important to understand your local market. For example, the amount of homes (inventory) for sale in your area and interest rates can also play a large role in the best time to sell.
Getting pre-approved for a mortgage is the first step of the home buying process. Getting a pre-approval letter from a lender get the ball rolling in the right direction.
While market conditions play a large factor, from start (searching online) to finish (closing escrow), buying a home takes about 10 to 12 weeks. Once a home is selected an the offer is accepted, the average time to complete the escrow period on a home is 30 to 45 days.
A mortgage is a type of loan to finance a property. A mortgage serves as a secure loan that comes with a fixed interest rate and gets paid off over 15 or 30 years. If need be, your client can refinance their mortgage and payments in the future.
Most loan programs require a FICO score of 580 or better.
First time homebuyers usually only put down 3 to 5% on a home. An FHA loan for example, requires 3.5% down and may allow down payment contributions from family members in the form of a gift. Some programs require even less. VA loans (loans for Veterans) and USDA loans can be made with zero down.
Absolutely! At The Eden Agency, we have years of experience buying and selling solar real estate while facilitating lease transfers.
Home shoppers pay no fees to an agent to buy a home, as this fee is part of the home sellers expenses.
In a real estate transaction, the agent is usually paid by the seller via commission. A real estate commission fee can be 5–6% of the home’s final sale price. In many cases, both the buyer’s agent and the seller’s agent split the commission fee 50/50. Both receiving 2.5–3%.
Your down payment isn’t the only thing you need to bring to the closing table when you buy a home. Closing costs can make up about 3 – 6% of the price of the home, this varies whether you are buying or selling the home and how you are financing. Items included in closing costs can be the home inspection, appraisal, escrow fees, loan fees, HOA fees and or taxes.
The best way is to explore your area is either by driving or google maps to locate a realty office or real estate agent near you. You can also find a local realtor by reading reviews or testimonials to make sure that the realty company is actually qualified to help you.
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