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Found 5 entries for February, 2017.

We are about to put another listing of ours on the market. This home won't be officially on the market until next week but here is a preview as we expect there to be a lot of interest. A client of ours Rick and LeAnn bought this home a few years back and remodeled it with; extensive tile flooring, kitchen updates, as well as bath updates, paint, etc. Now they have purchased a larger home and no longer need two homes. The result is they are selling their home on Bogert. The home is 1371sf, 3/2 single story with a 2 car garage. Excellent mountain views out the back under a large patio make it great for entertaining friends and family or enjoying some of Tucson's amazing sunsets. 

7441 Bogert Dr is located on the NW side of Tucson north of Ina and west of

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Morning View Home for sale A new client named Mike was recently referred to us by another past client (Josh) last week. Mike and his wife have decided to sell their home on the NW side that they have spent the better part of the last several years remodeling. This home has been basically redone from the top to bottom with updates throughout. Inside the home provides three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a formal living/ dining, and family room on one level. Vaulted ceilings, an open kitchen, and large bedrooms allow for easy living with privacy. Some of the interior updates were extensive with a new chef's kitchen being installed, (42-inch upper cabinets, concrete counters, upgraded appliances, breakfast bar, and lighting just to list some of it.) new flooring; slate in some areas with

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An amazing home in the Canada Hills neighborhood of Oro Valley is going to be on the market later this week or early next week as the sellers just decided it was time to sell and move on. Our clients George and Carol have lived in the home for the last 20 years and have decided while Tucson is; great cooler summers maybe better. We are sad to see them leave, but their home will make a great new home for some lucky Oro Valley family soon. Before it goes officially on the market we wanted to let everyone that follows our site and facebook page get the first shot at this home. (As always if you are not a fan of the Michael Oliver/ Realtor page on facebook become one as that is where we place a great deal of educational as well as new to the market

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1234 Versilia, 85737 Oro Valley home now for sale! Here's a new listing we will be putting on the market for a past client of ours. (We sold him this amazing home a couple of years ago.) Now Steve, the home seller has decided Tucson has been great, but it's time to move on so his home will be going on the market.The home at 1234 Versilia Dr in Rancho Vistoso is not yet on the market, but here is your chance to get to see it before anyone else does. (If you want to learn about other deals not yet on the market that we have info on like our facebook page as that's where we post these sorts of thing.) 1234 Versilia is 2145sf in size with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths both of which have updates. The home has quite a few other updates including engineered; hardwood flooring, glass tile shower surround, extensive tile

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Priceless book by Poundstone

Small pricing differences in the list price of your home can make some large differences. This book by William Poundstone is a great read to help understand how pricing works in the real world.

Does setting a more exact list price work better for you as a home seller? Statistically yes; it gets you a higher sale price and buyers are less willing to bring in low offers.

I have always tried to set listing prices of homes to the point of just under the price level with a somewhat exact feel to it. For example instead of listing a home for sale at $450,000; I would prefer a seller choose $449,990 as the actual advertised price. The reason is this type of rounding is called Charm Pricing, psychological pricing, or price ending and tends to be effective

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