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Should I consider short selling my house?

What are the pros and cons of short selling my house

Short sales happen when you want to sell your house and you owe more than it is worth. The first step would be to see if that is even true. Call us at RCP for a free valuation of your real estate. If you do in fact owe more than your home is worth, here’s how the process generally works, and keep in mind that all banks are different and can vary and laws may change.

1. First thing is to get an offer on your house. We list your property and distribute it to our network of investors. We will get you an offer!
2. Gather all the financial information the bank will want to see in order to qualify you as a short sale candidate.
3. Submit the offer and all documentation to the bank.
4. We work with the bank vigorously to gather info, submit documents, sign forms, and just keep the process moving.
5. The bank reviews your financial status and orders the appraisal.
6. Once all the information has been reviewed and submitted, hopefully the bank gives the approval and we proceed with closing like any other transaction.

Now, this is a brief overview and many different things can be required from the bank. If you would like more detailed information on how this all works, call us and we would be happy to explain it all to you. Keep in mind there may be tax and other financial ramification that you would want to consult your CPA.

Buying Arizona Land or Arizona Lots

Arizona Lots and Arizona Land Acreage

In Arizona, most of the state land is owned by the government. The small percentage of Arizona land and Arizona lots that are privately owned are broken down into a few different types. Here is some verbiage you should know:

Raw acreage- No utilities like city water or wells, sewer, electricity. The ability to bring the utilities to the property may be close by, but is not currently on the property.

Off the grid- No availability to connect to the electrical grid. You’ll need solar, wind, or hydro power. These properties usually do not have sewer or water unless a well has been drilled.

Land locked Acreage-These types of properties have no legal access. Zoning does not allow you to create these types of properties anymore, however, some still exist and you will need to be aware.

Utility Accessible acreage- These properties don’t currently have utilities, however, they are close by.

Improved lots- These usually have been graded and have a road, as well as utilities, on the lot. Often times, they are part of a subdivision or master planned community. These can be ready for custom homes or some allow only tract type homes.

RCP can assist in selling or buying any Arizona land or Arizona lots. All Arizona land and all Arizona lots can be found by searching with our search tools. Call RCP for more details.

Mesa Foreclosures

Buying Mesa Foreclosures

Mesa is a huge city and there are plenty of Mesa foreclosures waiting to be bought. Mesa foreclosures sell daily at the Maricopa county auction. If you are looking to buy Mesa foreclosures, then you have a few things to consider.

Unlike areas like Queen Creek or San Tan Valley, which are comprised mostly of relatively new homes, Mesa has been around for a while, being comprised of a much older median house age. Why does this matter when buying Mesa foreclosures? There are a few less things to worry about in a new house than an older one. With Mesa foreclosures, you can’t always see the interior. This can be more risky to buy than an unseen house that is newer. With the newer houses, you can assume that it is up to code and if it is in a subdivision, you can further assume that similar construction techniques and exterior facades are similar. With an older non-tract house, there are many unknowns. So when it comes to buying Mesa foreclosures, just be aware and know your risk. To lower your risk, buy newer tract homes in good neighborhoods. For more risk and maybe a little more reward, go for the fixer-uppers. Mesa foreclosures can be very profitable. To further explore your options, call us today.