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5453 E. 33rd Place
Beautiful site-built home is in 55+ community. Custom landscaping on corner lot. 2 bedroom, 2 bath with open floor plan. Pride of ownership througout.
MLS# 96829. $200,000
Saturday, February 4th 10am-1pm
13787 E. 51st Lane
1 Bedroom, 1 Bath with covered deck. Immaculate condition, fur- nished, covered patio areas. Room for the largest RV, ready to move in.
MLS# 97212. $102,800
Tuesday - Friday 10am - 6pm Saturday 11am - 5pm 7986 E. 42nd Place, Yuma
Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm Saturday 11am - 5pm 7986 E. 42nd
Saguaro Place, Yuma Saguaro
Tamara or Linda at 928-314-9881.
$120,000’s. Ten great floor plans to choose from. Seller will con- tribute up to 3% towards buyers closing cost. Contact Linda at 928-314-9881.
Brand new homes in a brand new neighborhood from the $120,000’s. Ten great floor plans to choose from. Seller will contribute up to 3% towards buyers closing cost. Contact
Brand new homes in a brand new neighborhood from the
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10825 S. Madero yuma, az 85367 MESA DEL SOL
NEW CONSTRUCTION – 3 bedroom/2 bath home with room to park an RV. Open floor plan with vaulted ceilings, walk-in shower, lots of floor tile, kitchen pantry and desert landscaping. Seller pays $5,000 towards closing costs. $174,800. MLS# 95436
Sunset Terrace at the View
Lot #1, Plan One 1248 Sq. Ft This stunning cozy two bed- room, two bath townhome in a
Mon.-Fri. 10am-5pm, Thur.-By Appt., Sat.-Sun. 11am-5pm 6108 E. Morning Ln., Yuma $350,000. MLS# 82538
secured gated community offers tile throughout, stainless steel appliances, framed bathroom mirrors with double sinks and spacious bedrooms. Plus an
Brought to you by Sunset Terraces at the View. Great location! Sunset Terrace’s gated community offers security, coupled with a low maintenance lifestyle. Tavertine tile throughout, spectacular view of the community pool, spa and putting
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Home is where the vote is
As we move into the election year, promoting homeownership remains a top issue among likely voters
The majority of Americans are saying, Read our lips: We want tax incentives. At least when it comes to promoting homeownership, according to a survey of 1,500 likely voters recently released on behalf of the National Association of Home Builders. The survey shows that
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three-fourths of voters – both renters and homeowners – believe it’s appropriate and reasonable for the federal government to provide tax incentives to promote homeownership. Along party lines, the sentiment is felt by 84 percent of Democrats and 71 percent of both Republicans and
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Independents. On the mortgage front,
two-thirds of respondents say the federal government should help buyers afford long-term (30-year), fixed- rate loans. With that, 73 percent of respondents oppose eliminating the mortgage-interest deduction, a position held by 77 percent of Republicans and 71 percent of both Democrats and Independents. Sixty- eight percent of respondents said they would be less likely to vote for a congressional candidate who proposed abolishing the deduction. Among the poll’s other major findings: • 96 percent of
homeowners say they are
happy to own their home; 84 percent of owners who are “underwater” – owing more then their home is worth – felt the same.
• 79 percent of owners
would advise a family member or close friend to own; 69 percent of underwater owners would
offer the same advice. • 74 percent said that despite the ups and downs of the housing market, owning is the best investment they can make. • Nearly seven in 10 voters who currently do not own a home said buying a home
was a goal. © CTW Features
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publisher’s Notice: all real estate advertised herein is subject to the Federal Fair housing ace, which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, fa- milial status or national origin, or intention to make any such preference, limitations or discrimination.”
We will not knowingly accept any advertisement for real estate which in violation of the law. Our readers our hereby informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis.
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gave me the opportunity to see what homes are on the market. Being a transplant from Chicago, I was awed by the beautiful homes, mountain views outside of kitchen windows and amazing landscaped yards. Yuma has a lot to offer the community and it most definitely has a lot to offer in the real estate market. Yuma’s real estate market
WHERE EVERYONE KNOWS YOUR NAME! 55+, Gated, 74 Lots
Live the lifestyle you have dreamed about! Clubhouse, pool, activities.
offers a variety of choices for home seekers. If you are a first-time buyer looking for a starter home to a large family looking to upgrade, or maybe an empty nester looking to downsize, Yuma has many choices for you. Yuma also has a lot to offer the winter visitor looking to take a break from the winter months and enjoy sunshine and warm days! To find the home that best suits your needs, visit as many homes as possible. As the event came to a close, it was apparent to me that Yuma real estate has something to offer everyone! If you are thinking about
buying a home, contact a local real estate agent and get started on your home hunt today!
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