When an elderly homeowner wanted to downsize, her out-of-town children called us for help. They needed to get top dollar for her house, yet were unable to travel to town or spend time or money on making repairs or improvements.
Helping an investor buy property presents different challenges. They keep a sharp eye on purchase price, closing costs, and ongoing upkeep, insurance, and taxes. Their profit has to exceed the costs by a good margin to make any deal worth it.
Buying a home in a hot market can be a frustrating challenge. The best properties often sell within minutes of listing, making it hard, if not impossible, to see your options and weigh your choices. When multiple buyers clamber for the same property, the price can rise quickly.
Selling a property when you don’t live in town can be a logistical challenge. We know how to smooth the process, taking care of all the details and complexities. Selling 1940 Pima was just this kind of situation.
Lake Havasu real estate is very much in a hot “seller’s market.” That’s a good thing if you want to sell your home. A seller’s market happens when more people want to buy homes than there are sellers willing to put their properties on the market. It’s basic supply vs. demand—very low supply and very high demand.
New waterfront homes are in construction in Havasu Riviera, a growing community on the western shore of Lake Havasu in Arizona.