Finding a home for sale in Sedona has never been easier. A multitude of real estate websites exist, some better than others. Most people begin looking for a home on the Internet. Many real estate agents have a search available for the public on their websites. If they don’t, you need to move on. You also have the big boys like www.Realtor.com, www.Zillow.com, www.Trulia.com and others but it’s easy to get lost while meandering through a website that tries to cater to the entire nation.
A good real estate website will have a simple and advanced home search interface for those quick home searches but it should also offer a more in-depth advanced home search function as well. It should also let you save the homes you find that you think match what you’re looking for. Ideally, you would be able to rank or rate the homes in you found in Sedona. To save the Sedona home search you will typically have to register with at least a name and valid email address.
If you find a real estate home search site you like, bookmark it immediately. Find the best two or three real estate agents for the area you are interested in and contact them via email. See how responsive they are to your request for more information on a home. Did they send you a canned reply or some good detailed information on the property and home? Good information on a home and a fast reply are signs you are working with someone that can help you find the right house quickly and will be responsive to your needs.
Before you start your search for a home or real estate in Sedona, be sure to sit down and write out what you NEED in a home and what you WANT in a home. Set your price limit for the home and stick to it unless you have a really good reason to bust it. Above all, be realistic about the market and listen to your Realtor.
Once you find that home or lot in Sedona, ask your real estate agent for a Comparative Market Analysis or CMA. They should be able to give you one quickly. It will show you what similar homes, in similiar locations have sold for and what else is on the market that is comprable. You will see what the home listed for and what the home sold for. See if you can find a consistent price reduction percentage. Note: due to the unique nature and condition of foreclosures, they should not be used in a CMA unless you are also buying a foreclosure home.
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