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Phoenix Homes to Cost More in 2017

Shoppers considering buying a new home in the Phoenix Metro Area better look soon. Home prices in the Valley will climb an average of 7 to 9 percent this year. Compared to last year’s rate of 2 percent, this is a significant change and should motivate buyers to purchase soon.

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GoDaddy Founder Bob Parsons Shakes up Northeast Scottsdale

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In 2013 GoDaddy founder, Bob Parsons, known for his tech ventures, and ownership of the world’s largest Harley Davidson dealership, purchased the failing Golf Club Scottsdale near E Rio Verde Dr. and 112nd St.

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25 Steps to Home Buying During the Holidays #17

      Should You Take Your Home Off the Market for the Holidays?
          According to Zillow:

        1. Not necessarily. Today’s buyers check the listings 24×7. They’re driving to work with their morning coffee, they’re checking their phone at stoplights, and late night after kids are tucked in bed when they have a few spare minutes to look through Facebook.
        2. Inventory for good homes tightens this time of year.
        3. Motivated buyers can move in between Thanksgiving and Christmas
        4. Demand for homes can increase at a time when inventory is traditionally low.

Step 17
Negotiate the price, closing date and terms in accordance with what you and your Givepad agent have discussed.

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According to HSH there are four ways to pick the best closing date:
1.) Consider the end of the month if cash is low. This will reduce the amount of prepaid interest you have to pay.
2.) Know when you’re ready to move. Pick a date that you will have your previous property taken care of, likely the move-out date, with the move-in date of your new home. This will avoid having to pay for temporary housing between moves.
3.) Beat the holiday rush. In the event of a delay your closing could get pushed into the next week, or after a holiday. Aim for a mid-week closing, that allows for leeway in case there’s a small delay.

4.) Double check with your mortgage bank to make sure their calendar aligns with your proposed closing date so funding will be smooth and the deal will close.

To schedule your new home consultation visit us at:

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Address: Remax 18281 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale AZ 85255

Contact: info@givepad.com/ 480.229.0123

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25 Steps to Home Buying During the Holidays #15

      Should You Take Your Home Off the Market for the Holidays?
          According to Zillow:

        1. Not necessarily. Today’s buyers check the listings 24×7. They’re driving to work with their morning coffee, they’re checking their phone at stoplights, and late night after kids are tucked in bed when they have a few spare minutes to look through Facebook.
        2. Inventory for good homes tightens this time of year.
        3. Motivated buyers can move in between Thanksgiving and Christmas
        4. Demand for homes can increase at a time when inventory is traditionally low.

Step 15
Submit an offer to purchase your new home

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According to Redfin, the following steps are included in the offer:

  1. First, your Givepad agent will call the seller’s listing agent to find out if there are any other offers already made on the home, and if the seller is still accepting offers.
  2. Next, your agent will confirm that you’ve been pre-approved for a loan. A pre-approval letter proves to the seller that you’re making a serious offer. If you need recommendations for a lender or mortgage broker, you should ask your Givepad agent to recommend a few.
  3. Your Givepad agent will be in contact to discuss your ongoing strategy and keep you up to date on the progression of the seller accepting your offer. An ongoing strategy is important for any offer, but particularly critical when you’re up against other offers.
  4. You and your agent will refine and submit for final approval a formal offer, accompanied by your pre-approval letter, and earnest deposit check, and then submit it to the seller’s representative. Most sellers will respond within 4-8 hours, though some may need more time.
  5. Your agent will negotiate on your behalf to make sure you receive the best possible outcome in your real estate transaction. This may happen quickly, or may require several rounds of negotiation. If the sellers agree to your offer, you’ll be at the stage of the deal known as mutual acceptance. If you cannot come to an agreement with the seller, your offer will be rejected, and you may need to consider finding a different home or re-submitting an offer that’s closer aligned with what the seller is looking for.
    To schedule your new home consultation visit us at:
    GivepadAddress: Remax 18281 N Pima Rd, Scottsdale AZ 85255Contact: info@givepad.com/ 480.229.0123

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Stonegate: Scottsdale, Arizona Neighborhood

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Stonegate is one of the Valley’s finest guard-gated communities. It boasts hundreds of individual single-family homes throughout the neighborhood. Some of the finest builders in Phoenix have feature homes in Stonegate. This neighborhood is located at Mountain View Road and 112th Street, south of Shea Boulevard. This central location is perfect for residents who want privacy and accessibility. The Arizona Loop 101 is just minutes away and provides a gateway to the rest of Scottsdale and Phoenix.

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Sincuidados: Scottsdale, Arizona Neighborhood

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Sincuidados is a guard-gated luxury home community with 400 custom home sites. This neighborhood is located on the northwestern corner of Pima Road and Dixileta Road. Homes in this neighborhood offer views of Pinnacle Peak, Lone Mountain, and Troon Mountain. This area lives up to its name sake which means “without care”. Residents have numerous opportunities to relax and the entire area has a laid back feel.

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