Lake Havasu City Real Estate

I was thinking of buying a property in Lake Havasu City in Arizona. They said that house prices will jump there, as it is not valued. Can anyone provide any advice if this is a good place for real estate? I have some money and want to invest in real estate as an investment. I will not live there, but they plan to invest real estate there. From what I can tell … Almost most of all investment is a risk. Nobody can guarantee that house prices will go up or down in a given area. Consider that speculation, especially if you do not live in the area. The property may be underestimated by a very long time before prices rise. Sometimes they do not. And sometimes you can make a killing. You should get the advice of a financial adviser who lives in the area of Lake Havasu.

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One Response to “Lake Havasu City Real Estate”

  1. Paulina Raneesh943 Says:

    With interest rates rising and many markets HOT just turned soft. . . Can afford to wait a few years and enter markets rise once again. During the real estate market is hot for the last five years. . . . BE CAREFUL. Times and markets are changing. In California, with average selling homes over $ 500,000, a decrease of 20% is $ 100,000. In any market "timing is everything. Therefore could afford to lose 25% of your investment at all times due to the poor??? This cycle was initiated last 10 years in many parts of the country. The downcycle started in CA, Wash DC, New York, Las Vegas and other hot spots of the past are soft and get more suave.De 1990 to 1996, the average home in San Diego lost 20% of its value '. Cycle now enterng think we could well exceed the low. With all the 100% financing, interest only loans, EZ qualifing etc. .. Even a slight decrease will cause many to not sell for the amount owed on their loans? For some large 'insider' articles on the real estate market in San Diego, I think that applies to any of the hot real estate markets in the last five years ….. Visit:

 

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