Looking For An Investment Property Or A Bargain? Consider Purchasing A Short Sale

Hello again and welcome, Kelly Cook here with the Kelly Cook Real Estate Group, your Phoenix short sale specialist. You can find us online at www.KellyCookHomes.com. We're part of the Keller Williams Real Estate Network, one of the largest real estate brokers in the entire country and specialize in helping homeowners that are facing difficult times sell their homes via short sale. We're located in Phoenix, which is arguably one of the nicest areas in the country.

Today we're going to discuss a fun topic because it involves one of my favorite sports, golf. We're talking about the Phoenix Waste Management Open, which takes place around the end of January or beginning of February. We work and operate right around the area where the golf tournament is played. We've helped many customers and clients in the past that have come here simply to enjoy the golf and weather and end up buying real estate. We help them in their search to find a second home, an investment property or, should they choose to relocate to the area, a primary residence. If you fall into one of these categories and have always wondered what AZ real estate is like and what the market is doing, I've got great news for you in that the prices are still fairly low in this area; there are still some good deals to be had.

If you're looking for a second home, a low maintenance home, or a bargain by purchasing a short sale, we can help you find that property because there are plenty of options down here for that. Give us a call with any questions you may have about Arizona short sales or real estate because we'd love to help you out. You can reach us at 480.442.9868 or info@kellycookhomes.com. If you go to www.KellyCookHomes.com and click on Home Search, you'll have access to every home that's currently on the market here in Phoenix. Please give us a call, we'd love to have a free consultation with you and meet you when you come down here to enjoy some golf.

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