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122 West 2nd Street South     

                      P.O. Box 283 - Prescott, AR 71857                       

  Phone: 870-887-6594  - 870-887-6596  -  Fax: 870-887-2394     

Buying and Selling of Property Made Easy!

Do you need to find a house with more space? Are you moving out of town? Do need to find a place to live quickly? Let us do the research for you. Here at Nevada County Real Estate, we don’t just list houses, we can also help you find that perfect home. You’ll be busy enough making preparations at work, packing, and getting your affairs in order. We can get you a list of homes so you’ll have one less thing to worry about. 

Brenda Williams                           John & Janet Hood                Judy Duke

Phone:870-887-5247                     Phone: 870-887-1049                Phone:870-887-5506
Cell: 870-703-0271                       Cell: 870-703-3883                    Cell: 870-703-2689
                                                       Cell: 870-703-7920

Nevada County Library
Nevada County Library

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Sterling Square Mural

Finding Your Perfect Home 
As the old saying goes, real estate is all about location, location, location.  But, there is a lot more to it than just plain geography when it comes to finding your perfect home.  There are a lot of things to consider during the search because, for most, a home is the most significant purchase they will ever make.  
Choose A Good Area  
When searching for your perfect home, the obvious place to start is with the selection of a location.  If you have children, you may want to choose a home that is close to good schools and is also located in a family-oriented neighborhood.  Many people also look for a home that offers a short commute to and from work.  If you are shopping within a specific price range, you can also narrow the choices by finding an area that offers the best value for your dollar. 
Select A Style  
The perfect home for you is one that has all of the elements that you want.  Whether it's a garage, basement, extra bedroom or bath, a large kitchen, fireplace or open floor plan, choosing the style of home that you want is an important first step in finding the perfect place to hang your hat.  You may also want to consider whether you prefer a single-level or two-story home.  Many home buyers also factor in floor plans when searching for a house, including those that offer an open and flowing design.  
Get Pre-Qualified 
Now that you know what you want and where you want it, it's important to find out how much of a home you can afford.  Pre-qualification is not the same as pre-approval.  With pre-qualification, your lender will request specific information relating to your income and expenditures and will offer a possible price range for you to keep in mind while shopping.  Pre-qualification does not guarantee that you will receive an approval, but it does give you a good indication of how much you can afford based on your current situation.
Talk To A REALTOR® 
Nobody knows the real estate business like a REALTOR®, so let them help you in your search for the perfect home.  They can answer questions relating to the neighborhood, recent inspections on a particular home and any needed repairs.  Because a REALTOR® has access to a number of area homes, they have the ability to show you various choices within your preferred area and price range.   
Ask About Amenities  
One of the most significant concerns of any home buyer is what a home has to offer.  Utilities, such as water, sewer, cable, phone and electricity are just a few of the things to consider.  If the home is in a subdivision that requires the payment of association dues, how will these funds be used?  What amenities does the home owner's association offer?  These are all questions to ask your REALTOR® when shopping for the perfect home.  
In conclusion, you should know that the search for your perfect home is a journey.  It may be either long or short and with or without some bumps along the way, but the greatest satisfaction will be at the journey's end and your future's beginning.

Train Depot
The Train Depot and Museum