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Another gem from one of Realtor.Com’s “best blogs in real estate” …

Use a Real Estate Proffessional(Realtor) to help you find deals. Let them know what you want, and let them know, you prefer to get something under market value.  Many homes that are on the market more than 150 days, started priced way to high, thus taking small(but often) price reductions. This means that by month five, they are usually below market value.  However, no one buys them because they become “Shopworn”…..this is your chance to come in and scoop up a great house at a bargain price.  Investors do this every day. Its the easiest way to get a bargain.

Of course, in advertising another post, the moderators discussed finding a neighborhood that will “suite” your needs.

“Suite” deal, dudes!

Oy gevault.

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Jonathan Dalton

Jonathan Dalton is a 40-plus-year resident of the Valley and has been helping folks buy and sell homes since 2004. He can be reached at 602-502-9693 or info at allphoenixrealestate.com.


  • Jay Thompson 10 years ago

    Wow. And I thought, I tended to, overuse commas…

    I suspect one could start an Atholish “Bad realtor.com Blog of the Day” feature. If one could put up with that sort of pain.

  • Roger 10 years ago

    Hi Jonathan,

    That was pretty funny. In a former life I was an editor, translator, proofreader, etc. and so your post gave me a chuckle–particularly the misspelled “oy gevalt” at the end 😉

  • Jonathan Dalton 10 years ago

    My defense is Yiddish is an oral language, subject to creative spelling when you’re attempting to write it.