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Just Listed! 1468 Alice Gayle Circle Nixa, MO 65714
May 14th, 2011 12:48 PM
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$228,000.00
1468 Alice Gayle Circle

Nixa, MO 65714



Beds: 5 Rooms: 13
Full Baths: 3 Sq. Ft.: 2800
Garage: 2 Built: 2007
 

This is an immaculate 5 bedroom walkout basement home on 1 acre 2.5 miles south of Nixa. Nixa school bus stops right out front. Enjoy the wildlife and beautiful country setting from your screened in, covered back deck. Original owners are only selling due to health concerns. This retird couple have need the only residents for 4 years, so the home is like new. Large eat in kitchen with additional cabinets and large walking pantry. Unlike most homes, this home has alot of storage and closets. Three bedrooms upstairs and 2 bedrooms and a full bath plus an office and expansive living area in finished walkout basement with covered patio. There are beautiful trees, and alot of quiet surrounding this home. Storage shed with electricity also. Owners want to sell now and are open to trading for a 3 bedroom 2 bath home in Nixa. Call now for your private showing!
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The cloud over foreclosures comes with a silver lining for homeowners looking for an edge when they sell real estate in a strong buyer's market.

The good news for sellers is that foreclosures look risky again. Savvy sellers -- at least, those who have equity and are current on their house payments -- might be able to turn the tables and use the robosigning follies to their advantage, experts say.


"I am not seeing buyers afraid (yet) to buy a foreclosure," says Elizabeth Weintraub, a real estate broker in Sacramento, Calif. "They should be."

The robosigning controversy has led to a slowdown in foreclosures. The lull is likely to be temporary and sellers' advantage from a drop in foreclosures potentially fleeting, with many markets still flooded with distressed properties, according to Katie Curnutte, a spokeswoman for Zillow.com. There might even be a boomerang effect later in the year after banks get back up to full speed again with auctions, she says.

For home sellers, here are some tips on how to seize the initiative during a rare (relative) lull in the foreclosure crisis.
If you absolutely, positively don't have to sell in this market, then don't. But if you must, whether now or five months from now, take the plunge now. Sure, the slowdown in foreclosure activity could mean somewhat less competition now.

But even more critically, there is the boomerang effect to take into account. The number of foreclosures is expected to skyrocket as we head deeper into 2011.
Foreclosure sales were once rare. But in some markets now, they make up 20 percent to more than half of all sales. If you are a long-term homeowner who has kept up on your mortgage payments, you need to get that message out. This is your key advantage over a much lower-priced foreclosure, especially in light of the robosigning mess.


The buyer knows who he or she is buying the home from -- no title issues here. There are ways to tactfully get across this key point in your ads, with phrases like "long-term ownership" and "been in the family for decades," You can bet savvy buyers these days are going to come in with a stack of comps, many of them rock-bottom foreclosures. Provide your own market analysis, one that can help highlight the challenges facing foreclosed properties.

The first report should be comparable homes sold in the last few months, with foreclosures broken out separately if mentioned at all The second should detail homes currently on the market. That will help you frame the decision on favorable terms: Buyers should consider homes like yours instead of foreclosures.



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$136,000.00
523 S. Kendall

Nixa, MO 65714



Beds: 4 Rooms: 10
Full Baths: 2 Sq. Ft.: 1575
Garage: 2 Built: 2004
 

This home is located in a very private neighborhood with little traffic, it is a true treasure! The home has been meticulously maintained and shows pride of ownership. Seller is offering a one year warranty with acceptable offer. Owners are motivated and will entertain ALL OFFERS
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Bud Jones
Great Commission Realty
4172680283
www.budjonesrealty.com



 
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