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Thank You For Your Interest!
OUR BIG 4-BEDROOM 2,200 SQFT
ALAMOGORDO, NM, HOME IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SALE BY OWNER!
Seriously interested in either buying (or renting) our home? Please read our website herein, then please email us for a viewing appointment. Thanks. John & Laurie Williams
Hello! Our spacious Alamogordo,
New Mexico Home (Otero County Home) now available for
Sale (or Rent). Our big Alamogordo Home - 4 Bedroom,
2 Bath, 2,200 sqft Home (+500 sqft more space in fully-enclosed
back porch), Energy-Saving Features, Loaded with Many Amenities - is
located near NMSU Alamogordo Campus, several large Medical Clinics and City
Hospital, fine Grade School (Buena Vista Elementary School),
large Gym, The International Space Hall of Fame, and a great IMAX and Panetarium!
Our large Alamogordo home will not likely last long on the market! Please
contact us right away by Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And tell your family, friends and associates!
Email SUBJECT Line: Please put, "Home Sale Inquiry" (or "Home Lease Inquiry")
We respond to all serious Emails. If you receive no response within 24 hours, please phone us (no texting) at 505-321-1034
Home is now unoccupied - Move into it within days of approval!
Alamogordo, New Mexico 88310
2011 Crescent Dr.
Corner Crescent Dr. & Indian Wells Rd. near NMSUA
MAKE US A REASONABLE
We Would Like to Get $154K for Our Home
Make Us an Offer Before You Lose the Opportunity!
We Will Seriously Consider All Reasonable Offers
Our Home's Unique Location, Size, Condition is Valuable
Our Home Has Great Potential For Huge Future Equity Growth!
Rare Growth Potential for an Alamogordo Property
(Open House Soon, Email/Call Us for Days & Times - 505-321-1034)
Please Visit With Us to View our Home to Rent (or Buy) It
Call Today: 505-321-1034 or 505-321-7768, or EMail Today: email@example.com
To view our home by apppointment, please email us with your basic information:
Name, phone number(s), moving schedule, and your buy and/or rent interest
For all other questions, comments and concerns, please call or email us
Our Other Webpages:
Home for Lease (with Images)
Area Photos - SALE BID FORM - RENT TO OWN
Buy This Home or Tell your Love Ones & Friends!
Alamogordo greatly depends
on Holloman, AFB
Future Conflicts almost 100% certain and modern wars are heavily air wars.
Holloman, AFB - and Alamogordo - almost certain for large future expansions.
Wonderful Home PLUS Incredible Investment!
SALE PRICE IS NOW
ONLY $154,000 (for Rent to Own)
(Recently Much Reduced to Sell)
There are 5 ways to buy our Property (we welcome private buyers, real
estate buyers and investment companies; for specific details, questions, concerns, email us):
(1) Rent-to-Own (Lease with Option to Buy) (See RENT TO OWN): $154K
(after at least one year of renting Home; total paid Option Fee and Rent
Premiums, plus any additional down payment must be at least 10% of price;
Owners will pay 50% of all closing costs, $1,000 max.).
(2) Buyer pays cash for total amount of Property in one lump sum: $156K.
(3) Buyer buys Property through non-Owner financing: $159K.
(we get paid in full by your financial institution at closing).
(4) Buyer buys Property through Owner financing (not Rent to Own): $156K
(15% of price is minimum cash down payment).
(5) HOME TRADE: Do you own a home in Albuquerque (especially in NE ABQ),
and need to own a home in Alamogordo? See below for more info.
GENERAL SALES INFO (including Rent-to-Own):
(A) Our Home Price, Interest Rate and Loan Duration are all Negotiable.
(B) Buyer pays for all inspection costs; Seller pays for some closing costs.
(C) If purchase fails to result due to any reason except Owners backing out
or other substantial Owner fault, earnest monies, if any, are non-refundable.
(D) Property will have no known required repairs prior to sale, but in first 90 days:
Owners shall pay 50% of all non-cosmetic repairs /replacements
(if required for property safety, security, soundness; $5,000 max. paid by Owners; inquire for details).
Owners shall also pay 50% of all cosmetic repairs /replacements.
($1,000 max. paid by Owners; inquire for details).
Lock in Your Sale Price
or Tell your Love Ones & Friends!
We reserve the right to raise our sale price at any time without prior notice or liability, effective immediately upon posting. However, if we have accepted your purchase offer explicitly and in writing, your purchase price is locked in.
CURB APPEAL: We live in Albuquerque and go to Alamogordo once every few weeks. While we are not in Alamogordo, things like leaves and debris can blow into the driveway or carport and fast growing weeds can sprout. Before buyers (or renters) move in, we always do a final cleanup both outside and inside (we have some items inside for our comfort when we come to Alamogordo, which we will remove in 3-4 days for immediate occupancy). So if our "curb appeal" is not now great, it will be cleaned up before you move in, so please don't let it distract you from the simple fact that our home, with its numerous advantages, features and amenities (see below), is a great home for you and your family to live in. We repainted virtually every paintable wall, professionally cleaned carpets, etc. At least tour our home first, then make your mind. We have a neighbor who can usually open up our home to you within minutes, call us 505-321-1034.
John and Laurie Williams
(John Williams is a Disabled American Veteran)
P.O. Box 23097, Albuquerque, NM 87192
Cell (no text messages please): 505-321-1034 ("John"), Fax: (call to schedule)
Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Email SUBJECT Line: Please put, "Home Sale Inquiry" or "Home Lease Inquiry"
We respond to all serious Emails. If you receive no response within 24 hours, please phone us (no texting)
Being eaten alive by the high
and skyrocketing costs of gas or diesel fuel, or utilities?
Lost Your Home due to hurricane, flood, tornado, fire, earthquake or other disaster?
Disgusted with urban life, no peace of mind? Endless winters, grey skies, high humidity?
Tired with climbing stairs, and/or distant schools, medical facilities and/or gym?
Fed-Up with bad parking, paper-thin walls/ceilings, and/or little yard for children, pets?
Government monetary blunders and uncertainty jeopardizing current home payments?
Need a larger home, lots more storage, and/or more and safer off-street parking?
Our fine Alamogordo home is likely your very best solution. Don't live in Alamogordo? Then move here.
PLEASE GIVE OUR FINE HOME YOUR FIRST CONSIDERATION
If after reading webpages of interest you have any question or concern about the property, any lease or sale provision, or anything else that is making you hesitate to lease or buy our property, please email or call us. If your question or concern is reasonable, we will try our best to accommodate you, answer your questions, clarify statements, fix any problems, or do whatever else we can reasonably do to lease or sell our property to you.
Our large, primo location Alamogordo Rental Home (Alamogordo, New Mexico, Otero County) has special advantages, features and amenities - beats all other known 4-bedroom homes for rent or sale in the Alamogordo area hands down in location, size and its many other advantages, features and amenities:
THE BIG ROOM IS NO 2-CAR GARAGE: Please note that while our home has a spacious 1-car carport with lots of lockable storage and two large shade trees with parking, it does not come with a 2-car garage. While in many parts of our country, due to lots of rain and snow or high crime, many people believe that a car garage is required for them (even so, most people who live in such areas don't have 2-car garages - even many who have space for one). In contrast, sunny Southwest Alamogordo, NM, gets sunshine about 350 days/year - most days with some clouding - but little snow or rain. And little crime. Also, garages in Alamogordo made a lot more sense when cars were much simpler and many people made major car repairs themselves. When our home was built, what may have been intended as a 2-car garage became the large, finished, heated, cooled and carpeted Big Room livable space with lots of storage and a separate spacious washer/dryer area, additional deep sink, water heater and water softener. Except for parking vehicles in it (which many people don't do with their garages), just about any other function done in a garage can be done in the Big Room. From table tennis to wood shop. We used it for years as an electronics lab - no one wants to put expensive test equipment and tools in a vulnerable and dusty garage without heating or cooling. The finished Big Room can be used for many exciting activities seldom done in garages: Big family room, game room, home office, home business, classroom (e.g. home schooling), gathering and meeting room, most types of shops, home gym / exercise room, arts / crafts shop, home studio, library / study room, and/or lots of safer, cleaner climate-controlled storage. Alamogordo gets very hot in the Summer, and nightime Winter temperatures can reach single digits. Garage doors act as huge heatsinks for homes which drive up both your cooling and heating costs. As for crime, garages are vulnerable - major penetration points of homes with garages. We don't mind if you put up a temporary structure at your expense to shade your car (if you don't use the carport or the parking under our large shade trees), as long as the City or neighbors don't get upset with it. In short, many building practices in rainy, snowy and high-crime areas of the country - such as garages and basements - are not and should not be a big deal in Alamogordo, NM. We never understand why a few rental and buying prospects insist on having a dusty unheated and uncooled garage or basement in Alamogordo instead of a large carpeted living space Big Room they and their family can all really use and enjoy.
WROUGHT IRON SECURITY PROTECTION: Our lockable wrought iron window and gate security does NOT mean that our neighborhood and home are high crime areas - they are not. In the 1980s, our neighbors to the West of us (now a large beautiful medical clinic built 2008) was a package store which attracted transients and alcoholics, so we installed wrought iron security to protect our kids. The package store was replaced by a beauty shop, 1990s, which made us be and feel much safer; we often left our doors unlocked when we were out then. Most of small town Alamogordo is a pretty safe place to raise a family, especially our neighborhood (many retirees who live there for decades). Sadly, many of America's small towns in recent years are experiencing substantial increases in serious crimes. Now, those homes in Alamogordo which have little or no security are increasingly risky for the families living in them. And now, our wrought iron gates and window coverings provide much greater security and safety for the fine families who rent our home. The front entrance to our home is protected by wrought iron gates, which create an effective security vestibule (foyer) so that strangers and unwelcomed people cannot surprise you right at your door.
COMPARED TO OTHER HOMES NEAR NMSUA AND CLINICS, AND IN BUENA VISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT: Our Alamogordo, NM, home is ideally strategically positioned - the very best location relevant to NMSUA, Buena Vista Elementary School District, medical facilities, Planetarium, and the big gym. Of the half-dozen nearest homes on Crescent Dr., none are closer to the big Indian Wells clinics, NMSUA, The Planetarium and the big gym. When you consider our reasonable price, big size, great location, and critical energy-saving features, our home is the best 4-bedroom Alamogordo home deal you will find.
Front of home and very large, near-level concrete driveway. Images also show basketball goal.
Lower right image shows split gate concept (gates can be joined) -
really great idea for small children and pets to help keep them secure while minimizing their confinement.
And also great for temporarily placing tools, work materials, groceries, etc., and for keeping visitors
at a safer distance without obstructing your view of the outside.
Alamogordo and our neighborhood are relatively safe places to live (compared to many cities).
We put on the wrought iron bars years ago when we had our business here with much very expensive
electronic and computer equipment and inventories and our home was more remote at the time.
Today, when we are there and go out, we sometimes leave our gates and doors unlocked.
(The papers you see posted describe our home for an open house.)
More front-of-home images - taken Feb., 2013, early morning (resulting in shadows, fallen leaves).
Upper left image shows right front of home.
Upper right image shows left front of home, including roof dish antenna for those who prefer dish antenna TV and Internet service (cable hookup also available).
Lower right shows far right front of home, including large carport, basketball goal and side fencing (to stop balls from rolling into street).
Lower left image taken from home's front gate to show vast parking area. View from other side of bush shows NMSUA, Planetarium, Imax Theater and International Space Hall of Fame.
Inside Home Entrance (view from edge of large Living Room) / Living Room (view from same position)
Hallway (view from Home Entrance area) / same Hallway (view from Master Bedroom doorway)
Hall Bathroom (from Hallway) / Master Bedroom Bathroom (from Bedroom) - new floors, both baths
Master Bedroom (view taken from doorway) / Master Bedroom (view taken from window); (15' x 11.5')
Views of the other three bedrooms (#4: 11' x 11'; #3: 11.5 x 11'; #2: 15' x 11', respectively)
Top row images taken from hall doorway; bottom row images taken from bedroom wall opposite door.
(All 4 bedrooms similar, 2 w/ 'sliding door' closets, 2 w/ regular door closets, all with ceiling fans)
(Right image of Master Bedroom above is truest in carpet, wall, door colors for all bedrooms;
backlighting and other photo anomalies caused color problems in taking these photos)
Top images is kitchen (view from Home Entrance area) / Kitchen (view from Dining Room area). Bottom images are some recent Kitchen Updates. We changed all 29 kitchen drawer and cabinet handles with these beautiful floral handles, installed a new range hood, and installed a new cup holder.
Great Room (view from doorway) / Great Room (view from water heater area)
Great Room (view from washer/drier area) / Great Room (washer/dryer area - washer & dryer may not be included). New ceiling fan since installed in middle of room.
Fireplace / large Breakfast Bar / Den (view from back door) / Den (view from Dining Room)
Enclosed Back Porch (500 sqft (33'3" x 15'5") carpets removed for cleaning, lamps removed as obsolete).
This extra 500 sqft is not counted in 2,200 sqft measurement of this big home.
Views of the Backyard include outside view of Porch, Shed, Trees, Fencing, 2 of 3 Roof Turbines; some
new roofing (tree left of porch is fig tree; backyard is a little rough due to Alamogordo drought conditions)
Behind-the-property views (most of outside of our tall fence; on top left is stunning Rocky Mountains,
and just out of view on left are nearby NMSU-A, Planetarium, Space Hall of Fame)
Side and front views of Carport and part of Backyard (showing one of the Pecan Trees)
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images of very nearby entities of interest
(all images taken in 2008 but still should be very representative)
Home for Sale by Owner (Page 2)
Home for Lease by Owner (with Images)
Area Photos )
RENTAL APPLICATION - RENTAL AGREEMENT (being revised, provided on request)
RENT TO OWN - SALE BID
Good, Bad and Ugly Renters
We strongly believe that our good renters (most) should be positively publicly congratulated, and our worse renters publicly exposed.
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