Easy Offer on Your Home

home offersWould you like an offer on your home while skipping the headaches and hassles of selling traditionally? There’s a record amount of capital looking for a place to rest. Companies are ready to make a very competitive offer on your home. They buy it, turn it around, and sell 30-90 days to the public for a tiny profit. You get convenience and speed in return!

Close quickly, get equity from your home in as little as 7 days
Multiple competitive offers – fast
You pick your closing date
No showings or open houses
No negotiating with buyers
Skip the cost, time and (in some cases) embarrassment of getting your home market ready
Freedom to move on your timeline
No strangers and REALTORS® walking through your home
No risk of two mortgage payments

I know companies who will buy your home directly at a fair competitive price. I will negotiate all offers for you so you get the best price and terms.  These buyers not “sharks” who buy your home for 50% of it’s value. You will get a real listing valuation and solid offers within 24 hours of me viewing your home. I’ll help you break down your options in a side by side comparison to see which works best for you.

Contact me to price your home, get photos taken, and submit it to the companies who will buy it from you! 602-329-7782

AZ Restaurant Week – Fall 2019

fall 2019 az restaurant weekArizona Restaurant Week is the twice a year statewide dining affair offering foodies a wealth of opportunities and the chance to get outside their own neighborhood and try something new. From sizzling Southwestern and soothing comfort foods to five-star dining and international fare, it’s all on the table during Arizona Restaurant Week. So prepare your taste buds and dig in!

During the Fall 2019 Arizona Restaurant Week from September 20th-29th, 2019, over 200 participating restaurants will offer a three-course prix-fixe dinner menu for just $33 or $44 per person (excluding beverages, tax and gratuity unless otherwise noted). The carefully crafted menus offer food lovers their ultimate dining experiences.

Check out updates at www.ArizonaRestaurantWeek.com, where participating restaurants and their menus will be continually added!

Here are a few of my favorite restaurants that will be participating:
Barrio Queen
Chart House
Culinary Dropout
Different Point of View
Dorian
El Chorro
La Locanda
Local Bistro
Modern Round
Paul Martin’s American Grill
Prado
Roaring Fork
The Gladly
True Food Kitchen

Who else is hungry thinking of all of the great restaurants? If you are thinking about a new kitchen to cook your own gourmet meals in, give me a call! 602-329-7782

If the First Offer the Best Offer?

phoenix real estateHave you ever sold a house before? Are you going through the process of selling your house right now? Whether you’ve been through it before or this is your first time dealing with the ups and downs of home selling, you probably fully understand the temptation to take the first offer you get on your home. You may have even heard the myth that the first offer is always the best offer you’re going to get. But how true is this? Should you wait around for a better offer to come along?

If the offer comes right away…
Then it may not be the best offer. If you get an offer on your home within 24 hours of listing it for sale with your realtor, that offer may come from someone who is trying to see how low you’re willing to go on the property. On the other hand, it might come from a potential buyer who has been shopping around for a long time. That buyer’s agent may have shown them your home knowing it’s perfect for what they’re looking for. And if this is the case, you may get a great offer. If you get an offer at or very near your asking price right away, chance are you probably won’t get something higher later on.

If the offer comes delayed…
Then it probably is the best offer you’re going to get. If your home is priced above the usual asking price for properties in your neighborhood, most buyers are probably passing on making any offer at all, thinking you won’t accept what they may be willing to pay. After a while, a serious buyer may come along and put in an offer after watching the market in your area for a few weeks. If this happens, you’re probably not going to get a better offer at your current asking price, so it’s probably a good idea to go ahead and take that offer.

So is the first offer the best offer?
Most of the time, yes. Of course, it is your choice to wait and see if you get something better, especially if the offers you’re getting are coming in significantly under your asking price. However, you may end regretting for not taking one of those initial offers, especially if your house stays on the market for weeks and even months to come. Don’t settle for a price you know is far below the value of your home, but don’t be afraid to take that first offer, either.

As an experienced real estate agent, I will advise you on how to get the most dollar for your home and develop an effective marketing strategy. Call me today to learn more how I can help you get top dollar when selling your home! 602-329-7782