Sedona Real Estate News
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Thursday Jul 7 | via Verde Independent
Years in Arizona/Verde Valley: My wife and I have been married 51 years, and we have resided in Arizona and the Verde Valley for 16 years. Occupation: I am currently a Real Estate Agent for Mingus Mountain Real Estate. Comment?
Saturday Jul 2 | via Sedona Red Rock News
There are still a lot of unanswered questions when it comes to the Arizona State Senate bill that now allows short-term rentals throughout the state - something that until just recently was banned in Sedona.The bill, which was introduced in early March by Arizona State Sen. Debbie Lesko [R-District 21], now allows short-term vacation rentals of ... (more) Comment?
Thursday Jun 30 | via 10News
The attorney for the family of Seyah Amini, 48, told 10News she shot and killed her niece, Hannah Arya, 15, and real estate agent Mia Shin, 56, then killed herself inside an upscale home in Rancho Santa Fe Monday afternoon. Starret said Amini, who was a married mother of three, was suicidal after her brother's recent death from lung cancer. Comment?
Thursday Jun 30 | via Verde Independent
Many septic tanks are more than 45 years old. To date, the Verde River has not been impacted in such a way that total maximum daily load testing shows pollution from the septic systems. Comment?
Jun 16, 2016 | via Sedona Red Rock News
A lot of questions have been swirling around Sedona following the passing of Senate Bill 1350, which allows short-term vacations rentals throughout Arizona.The bill, which was introduced in early March by Sen. Debbie Lesko [R-District 21], now allows short-term vacation rentals of less than 30 days anywhere in the state. Comment?
Saturday Jul 9 | via The Arizona Republic
Land, land everywhere in Phoenix but not a lot to build on Metro Phoenix has a shortage of lots ready for homebuilding, which could slow growth of new homes Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/29zUhj2 New-home sales continue to rebound in metro Phoenix, and the supply of lots prepped and ready for houses is shrinking to the lowest level in decades. A shortage of construction workers, like this one working for Meritage Homes Corp., is making it hard for developers to respond to the demand for new homes. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 6 | via The Arizona Republic
Arizona's sales-tax rate is the 11th-highest in the nation, a national analysis of state and local tax systems finds. Think Arizona sales tax is high? You're right Arizona's sales-tax rate is the 11th-highest in the nation, a national analysis of state and local tax systems finds. Comment?
Jun 18, 2016 | via Verde Independent
Years in Arizona/Verde Valley: I'm an Arizona native, but mostly raised in Upstate NY. I returned home in 1994 and finally settled in the Verde Valley in 1997, after graduating from NAU. Comment?
Jun 13, 2016 | via The Columbian
It's one of those hush-hush practices that homeowners rarely hear about but real estate agents know only too well: It's called "buying the listing." What it means is that some agents want the listing to sell your house so badly that they'll go along with whatever price you ask, even if it's outlandishly above what comparable houses are commanding. Comment?
Jun 7, 2016 | via The Washington Post
If you're planning to sell your house, arrange for multiple presentations by agents who specialize in your neighborhood. It's one of those hush-hush practices that homeowners rarely hear about but real estate agents know only too well: It's called "buying the listing." Comment?
5 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
Welcome to the Banco Santander-Chile Second Quarter 2016 Earnings Conference Call. [Operator Instructions]. Comment?
13 min ago | via KSLA-TV Shreveport
More than four months since flooding devastated parts of southern Bossier Parish, some families still are trying to recover emotionally and financially. They include members of the Taylor family, who desperately are looking for any way to hang onto a long-held piece of land that is slipping out of their grip. Comment?
29 min ago | via St. Petersburg Times
Cities and towns along the North Saskatchewan River were looking for other sources of drinking water after a Husky Energy pipeline spilled up to 66,000 gallons of oil into the river earlier this month. "All of these incidents shake public confidence," Russ Girling, CEO of TransCanada, which wants to build the pipeline, said in an interview with the Canadian Press news service. Comment?
29 min ago | via Credit.com
If you're ready for a lower interest rate or shorter term for your mortgage, now could be a great time to consider refinancing. Rates available to consumers are low right now and probably aren't going to go any lower in the foreseeable future, according to Scott Sheldon, a senior loan officer and consumer advocate based in Santa Rosa, California, as well as a Credit.com contributor. Comment?
40 min ago | via St. Augustine Record
Following a judge's order to pay one of Jaguars owner Shad Khan's companies $4.6 million or face foreclosure, the owner of the Barnett National Bank Building downtown has consented to foreclosure. Khan's Stache Investment Corp. filed a foreclosure suit last year against Barnett Tower LLC, the corporation set up to own the building. Comment?
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