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Tucson/Phoenix Arizona Foreclosure Home/ Property Auctions- These Homes Sell For 50% To 75% Of Their Market Value

November 16th, 2010 by Michael Oliver

In Arizona as everyone knows foreclosures are widespread. The foreclosure home inventory surplus in Tucson and

Some Tucson/ Phoenix Arizona Home Auctions Are Done In Person While Other Are Handled Completely Online

Phoenix is no secret, and foreclosures can be purchased in a number of different ways. Most buyers buy a foreclosure property by viewing what homes are available on MLS and choosing one property to place an offer on. Other buyers (mainly professional investors) buy foreclosure properties at the Maricopa and Pima County Courthouses at Trustee Sales. The other option is for buyers to buy a foreclosure home at an auction AFTER the lender has formally foreclosed and cleared title on the property. These are the types of auctions few buyers realize are available to them.

Sedona Arizona Real Estate/ Sedona Real Estate Market/ Sedona Homes

November 24th, 2008 by Michael Oliver

SedonaI thought we would take a break and talk about a different real estate market other then Tucson. For this I choose Sedona Arizona which I regularly visit, and have family and friends that live there. Sedona Arizona is a very special place for those that have never been up there take a trip you won’t be let down. Since I am a real estate agent I always like to take a look and see what independent real estate markets are doing Sedona Arizona (AZ) while prices are down from the boom years, are still not down as much as areas such as Phoenix and parts of Tucson. In fact for what you get in the area, and for what the area offers current real estate prices in Sedona are very reasonable. Sedona obviously is a much different setting then about anywhere you could find in Arizona but for those that can afford a second home, or can retire to the area Sedona is a perfect fit. Unlike Tucson the winters do get cold but, the summers are very mild and relaxing. If you’re looking for a quick vacation Sedona offers a range to do and I would recommend the trip. In case you have never been Sedona is roughly 3 hours drive from Tucson AZ. To get there it’s really simple I-10 West, I-17 North (Exit 150 in Phoenix), Exit 298 towards Sedona. It’s all freeways and a very easy comfortable trip.

Michael Oliver - Best Tucson Realtor