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Looking to buy or lease a home? Jeff Masich can help you find the right home for the right price. Buying a home is probably one of the biggest investments you will ever make. Take advantage of Jeff's experience and familiarity with the local market, and make your home-buying experience a successful one.
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Please complete the form below to help Jeff Masich understand exactly the "dream" home that you are looking for. Jeff will contact you by email or phone, your choice, with a list of homes with pictures for you to look at. Feel free to describe 'special' features of your "dream" home in the comments section.
Free is good. Ask Jeff Masich about 'Free' Grant money from the State of Arizona. If you purchase a foreclosure home and live in the home yourself for periods of 5, 10, or 15 years your grant money increases up to 22% of the purchase price of $346,250 for a foreclosure (Bank Owned) home in Maricopa County. There are different grant purchase cut-offs in other counties. The grant starts off as a loan at zero (0%) and is forgiven if the minimum occupation requirements are met. There are other requirements (see qualifications). This grant program requires qualification and taking a one day class offered through the state. However, with a little effort this can be a huge benefit to the homebuyer. To find out the zip codes where free grant money is still available from the State of Arizona, click: Free Grant Eligible Zip Codes . The cities of Phoenix and Tucson have their own grant programs that are run separately than the State of Arizona program.
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 09:47:02 EST What you need to earn to buy a home in 27 cities To afford a home in Pittsburgh, you'll need to earn just under $32,000 a year. But if you want a place of your own in San Francisco, you'll need to earn more than four times that amount.
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 07:58:32 EST No dogs allowed: San Francisco's pet housing crisis The housing crunch in San Francisco isn't just forcing out lower income renters, it's forcing out Fido, too. According to San Francisco animal welfare nonprofit SF SPCA, there's been a surge in owners abandoning their pets due to an inability to find pet-friendly housing.
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Arizona Homes and Land Jeff Masich, REALTOR®
MBA (Master Business Administration) BS (Bachelor Science- Accounting) CCE (Certified Credit Executive-former) CCM (Certified Cash Manager) CSSN (Certified Short Sale Negotiator) REALTOR® (Licensed State of Arizona)