About: I am a Phoenix resident and agent with RE/MAX Infinity, 2013 Brokerage of The Year Southwest Region. I specialize in residential single family properties, and I am dedicated to finding and selling quality homes and negotiating the best deals for my clients! Call me today to discuss your home needs....
About: I am a Phoenix resident and agent with RE/MAX Infinity, 2013 Brokerage of The Year Southwest Region. I specialize in residential single family properties, and I am dedicated to finding and selling quality homes and negotiating the best deals for my clients! Call me today to discuss your home needs. I look forward to being your trusted real estate adviser!
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Sam Lawmaster did a quality job for my wife and I as we were going through the process of buying our first house in the Phoenix area. Sam demonstrated professional competence, was aware of available properties through the metro area, and was available to us at any time. Most of all, Sam assisted us and was a moral support to us as my wife and I matriculated a very different mortgage procurement process than we had not been used to in previous transactions. Sam was easy to relate with and this personal style of his made the whole buying process less stressful. I highly recommend Sam to any one or couple who are looking for professional competency with a personal touch. Alfred M.Sam LawmasterSam Lawmaster is a great Realtor! He listens to the client and works to find them the best options for their needs....then works diligently to negotiate the contract and get you from start to finish. His customer service is amazing and makes you feel appreciated as a client.Lisa Amato
Answers (16)Displaying: 16 Most Recent AnswersAnswered: Nov 6, 2014In answer to: are there any home loan downpayments assistance?There are a few programs out there right now that provide down payment assistance for qualified buyers. Your lender should be able to give you details about these programs.Answered: Nov 6, 2014In answer to: can I buy a house with bad credit?A qualified loan officer will be able to provide you with info about credit scores, seasoning periods after a negative credit event, and steps to improve your credit to get you into your next house.Answered: Nov 6, 2014Time goes by quickly and it is always good to start early with the home search. Try to find a Realtor in your area that can go over your specifications and set you up with a search that emails listings to you. By the time you are ready to purchase, you should have a good knowledge base about the area you like and the type of home that interests you. Sam Lawmaster Arizona Realty ListingsAnswered: Jul 25, 2014If you see a home you like on this website, contact a local Realtor to discuss and schedule a viewing appointment. If you like the home, a real estate agent will be able to assist you in making an offer on the home. Your agent should be able to provide you with some lending referrals as well to get you a prequalification letter if you do not already have one. Best Regards, Sam LawmasterAnswered: Jul 23, 2014In answer to: CLUELESS FIRST TIME HOMEBUYERS, need help please!Hi Tia, The home buying process can be intimidating your first time but here are some steps that may help. First, speak with a lender to determine how much home you can afford and obtain a mortgage prequalification letter. Then, make a list of the items you want in your next home and do some online research based on your wants compared to your prequalification amount. Once you know how much you can afford and what type of home you want, find a local real estate agent and discuss your goals and the home amenities you like. From there, you should receive listings from your agent, provide feedback, and tour some homes in person. Once you find a home you like and can afford, your agent will be able to assist you in writing an offer. Hope that helps! Best Regards, Sam LawmasterAnswered: Jul 21, 2014In answer to: How can I list my home for saleResearch local agents by checking their customer reviews and then interview some of them. A Realtor that provides a thorough marketing strategy for your home and has good references will give you a better chance at success in selling your home! Best Regards, Sam LawmasterAnswered: Jul 18, 2014In answer to: how i know a house is FHAMost single family detached homes are FHA approved. Condos and town homes are another matter. If you are interested in learning if a condo or town home community is FHA approved, I can assist with you search and provide you with listings that are FHA approved based on information from HUD. Thanks!Answered: Jul 18, 2014In order to more reliably answer the value question, a real estate agent would need to look at your home and compare to similar homes in the area; there are many variables in estimating the cost/sq ft. Please contact me for a free valuation estimate of your home.Answered: Jul 17, 2014Check with your Realtor to ensure they have opted in to HomesCom for syndication. Also there is sometimes a delay between the loading of a listing on the MLS system and delivery into sites like HomesCom.Answered: Jul 16, 2014A possible option would be to speak with a professional property manager in the area and see if the rental comps in your area are high enough to meet your financial needs. There are several factors to take into account when considering renting your home, and a reputable local property management professional should be able to counsel you on the potential benefits and pitfalls of renting your home.Answered: Jul 15, 2014A great way to begin the rental home search is to determine 1. Determine your rental budget 2. Decide on an area based on proximity to work, family, friends, or local amenities 3. Search "For Rent" on HomesCom by the zip code or city that interests you 4. Find 2-3 homes you like and contact a local agent listed on the website. If they are unable to assist you with the rental process, they may be able to refer an agent that works with rentals. Remember also that sometimes it may be cheaper to buy a home rather than rent depending on your situation. Please feel free to contact me!Answered: Jul 12, 2014A mortgage lender will be able to assess your individual credit situation and should be able to provide you with resources that assist with credit advice and repair, which can put you on the path towards home ownership.Answered: Jul 12, 2014The listings on HomesCom are pulled from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) in the area you are searching. To ensure the listings are still available, you will need to contact a Realtor for the current status of the property as there is sometimes a delay in posting changes on syndication sites like this.Answered: Jul 11, 2014Home Owners Associations and their related fees are part of many retirement communities in the Phoenix area. The initial thought for many people is, "great, another bill." But in reality, the HOA is designed to help protect the value of your home and maintain the rules of the community. It often prevents things like overnight street parking, dead landscaping, excessive weeds, etc. They also may provide maintenance of the common areas. When you are under contract to purchase a home in the Phoenix area, you are provided with the HOA documents which contain the rules and you may elect to cancel the contract during a specific window if you find the rules too restrictive.Answered: Jul 11, 2014In answer to: What does A2A remarks mean in real estate?A2A are private comments between the listing agent and selling agents to communicate specific information about a home that may not be appropriate for public viewing, like gate codes or lock box info. Hope that helps!Answered: Jul 11, 2014Most agents representing tenants looking for rentals typically get paid by the owner of the home once an application is approved and the tenant begins their lease. I would suggest going onto this site, find a rental that interests you, and click on the local agent link for area who should be able to assist or refer you to another agent who specializes in rentals. Hope that helps!
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