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Sunday, September 21, 2014

Oro Valley Real Estate Paperless Society Jokers

Oro Valley Real Estate-Paperless Society Con Job. Why Do Lawyers Still Charge By The Page and Paperless Replacement Tools Can Be Crap and Crash? Starting My Tucson Real Estate Radio Show Soon. Have the On-Line Guide on My Computer. Takes Forever to Scroll Between 480 Pages. Just Gone to Kinkos to get a PAPER COPY. Perfect. Try It and See If You Agree.

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Oro Valley Real Estate New Homes

Oro Valley Real Estate Buyers-Are You Paying Too Much For Your New Home? Buyers-Request to See All The Comps, Not Just a Select Few. If Agent Pushing You to Pay The Price-Be Careful!

Monday, September 8, 2014

Oro Valley Real Estate-20% Down?

Oro Valley Real Estate-Should We Need 20% Down Payment to Buy Some of These Homes Just Like Most of the Rest of The World. I Think Long Term It Would Make for a Healthier Market.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Oro Valley Real Estate Trust Your Realtor?

Oro Valley Real Estate Can You Trust Your Realtor? Sell Your Home for the Highest Price or Help You Buy a Home for the Best Price Possible? My Position Is, If I Am Not Honest, I Don't Deserve or Want My Commission. Why Are Realtors Not Trusted Just Like Lawyers?

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Oro Valley Real Estate-Open House Security

Oro Valley Real Estate Are Open Houses Safe and Secure?
Doing Vacant Open Houses-Be Alert and Ready to Scream and Call 911 Plus Take Photos of the Perpetrator-Hopefully Never Happens.
Occupied Open Houses-Watch the Fake Family-Husband, Wife, 3 Kids-Easy to Be Distracted while The Family Jewels Disappear. BE STREET SMART.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Oro Valley Real Estate Paperless Woes

Oro Valley Real Estate Paperless Society A Joke-Get Rid of the Lawyers First.

Try and Buy One of These Beauties Without Paper-Good Luck

E-Signature and On-Line Contract software breaks down constantly particularly with computer updates, Buyers and Sellers I deal with want to see the full contract in their hands, not on a computer screen, More legal paperwork with each transaction, Many clients do not have the latest technology on their computers to sync, Apple, Android and Windows are all different and sometimes incompatible. I use pen and paper to fill out a contract, give my clients paper copies of everything and I Know Computers. I get paper copies of all my bills even though everyone wants me to go paperless to save money. My investor friend worth millions used to have a one page contract to buy anything.

Oro Valley Real Estate-Is It Time to Buy or Sell

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Mortgage Nightmare-I Was Almost Committed

Oro Valley Real Estate Mortgage Nightmare-Started Popping Lorazepam by the Truck Load. Check these beauties Then Try and Get a Loan.
I decided to refinance my home with Bank... of America where I had my financial accounts. I have 800 credit, money in the bank, income and wanted a 110K loan on a home appraised at $410K. Easy-No Way. These Idiots, the one's that helped sink the market when giving loans to anyone who breathed during the boom, bought Countrywide Mortgage-bad move- and who should all be in San Quentin instead of drinking Cocktails in the Caribbean took over 3 months, hours of my time and needed everything but my shirt size to get the loan. That was 4 years ago. Today the economy is supposedly better, or that is what Wall Street and the Media is Spinning. Guess What. Home Mortgages and Refinances are Getting Tougher. WHERE ARE THE COMMON SENSE LOANS? See More

Oro Valley Real Estate. Foreclosures-Are You Buying a Dog?

Saturday, August 30, 2014

Oro Valley Real Estate-Are Foreclosures Like Buying a Cheap Toaster

Oro Valley Real Estate Are Foreclosures a Dog?
The price may look right but generally they are sold as-is. The roof could be a patch job, mold, poly piping, leaking pool and the list goes on. So a price of $250k sounds good, but with $50k in repairs, which will have to be paid for in cash, as getting a line of credit on top of 20% down is next to impossible with these Cry Baby Lenders. You may be Buying a Lemon.

Friday, August 29, 2014

Buy a Home with a Pool or No Pool?

Oro Valley Real Estate Pool or No Pool?

Oro Valley Real Estate Pool or No Pool
Do you buy a home with a pool already in, or put a new pool in later? All depends. Pools depreciate like a new car, so putting a new pool in can be bad financially. But an old pool can be a pain in maintenance, never mind maybe be wrongly positioned in the back yard. A new pool comes with warranties and all the latest features-auto-fill being essential in Arizona. This is an Open Discussion with No Right Answer. What Do You Think?