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Chris Williams

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One of the best retirement communities.


 Mesquite has been recognized as the #1 small city for retirement. Many Mesquite's residents already know how great a place it is to live and play. Retirement is all about relaxation and rejuvenation. Those who want to get away from the commotion of big-city living should consider retiring to the small quaint city of Mesquite NV. For those who are looking to retire in Nevada but want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of Vegas, you should consider Mesquite. Popular builders like Del Webb have realized the advantages of retiring in Mesquite. Its situated 80 miles from Las Vegas, yet it is conveniently located on the Nevada-Arizona border as well as 40 miles from St. George, Utah. 

 Finding a real estate agent who has knowledge of the Mesquite subdivisions, the housing market, ordinances, amenities, etc. is important to buying or selling a house. We've been helping buyers and sellers discover new homes and sell their homes faster in Mesquite for years, and we're ready to help you today. Please call today. 702-337-2210 or Get a Free Home Valuation Here.

 Buying a home can be overwhelming, and there are many pitfalls and mistakes that buyers often make. Here are a few tips and some valuable advice; Read more.
 you're ready to get started, simply call me, at (702)-337-2210.



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What My Clients Think!

  Words can not express how thankful we are for everything that you have done for us. At times you had to deal with my moments of frustration. You knew how difficult it was to coordinate something like this from so far away and you always responded back to me in such a responsive, caring, and professional manner. We could not have asked for a better person to represent our best interest from afar.   Jeff Parker     Read More

Chris, I can't thank you for all you have for us in making the selling of our home in Mesquite so seamless and easy.
At age 65, I have dealt with a lot of realtors, but very very few who go the extra mile as you do. When I called you about listing the house near the end of July, you warned me that the heat of summer is a slow time in real estate and that there may not be many showing until fall. I fully understood, so you can imagine my surprise when about a week or two later you called to say we had not one, but two offers. Bruce Bowie  Read More  

My experience with Chris Williams was exceptional! He is a professional, knowledgeable, and caring real estate agent. He is the first agent I have dealt with that doesn't pressure or rush you to make a decision. He goes over and above to help even after the sale goes thru. He has been a great resource for my dad who is new to Mesquite. I highly recommend him.
Thank you,
Pam Piper



Sun City Mesquite

Sun City Mesquite Del Web Club House

  This master plan is approximately 2,014 acres in size. Sun City Mesquite is being built within this master plan on 812 acres.
Also included will be 167 acres of conventional housing without age qualification.
An 18-hole Gary Panks-designed golf course is a central feature.
Upon completion, this community is projected to have 4,600 homes, including 3,600 homes in Sun City Mesquite. The grand opening for
the public was on June 16th, 2007. Amenities include an 18-hole putting course, tennis, pickleball, and bocce courts,
30,000 SF clubhouse has a billiards room, state-of-the-art gym, aerobics studio, indoor pool, spa, indoor walking track,
clubs, classes, and over 100 activities. Conestoga Golf Club provides a scenic backdrop to the outdoor pool and two spas.
Sun City residents receive discounts on meals at Conestoga Golf Clubs 1880 Grill.

 Several new models have been added. The new floor plans are a drastic departure from what
Pulte/Dell Webb has offered in the past. Now there is an incredible number of customizations available.

  Current selling prices for both new and resale, over the last year run between $250 and $330 per sq. ft. That starts a little lower than the median selling prices per sq. ft. for the Sun City communities in the greater Las Vegas area.

  Sun City Mesquite has 11 single-story home designs ranging from 1,241 to 2,514 sq. ft. Base prices range for the current models, are between $289,00 and $456,990, plus extra's. I know this development well and have represented many buyers. It is a beautiful community with great mountain views and wonderful topography. Many lots will be at elevation, looking down into the community as well as out into the valley.

  The travel distance from this community to the strip/airport area in Las Vegas is around
an hour and 15 Minutes. Mesquite is also around 30 minutes from St George Utah.

  Please note that I am an independent Realtor that can represent you in your purchase at Sun City Mesquite, at no cost
to you. I do not represent the builder or am otherwise affiliated with the builder, Del Webb Pulte.

You can view all the new models and resale homes at   All Sun City Resale sale homes.


Can You Withdraw an Offer On a House?

Can You Withdraw an Offer On a House?

When you buy a house, there are a lot of reasons the sale can fall through. However, things can get challenging if you want to back out of an accepted purchase offer.

It’s not completely impossible to back out of a signed contract with a seller, but there may be consequences.



Are You In Contract to Buy?

You’re not in a contract to buy a house until you've signed a purchase agreement.

To place an offer, you typically deliver the seller a written offer with an expiration date. If the seller doesn’t act on the offer within a certain time, the offer ends with no other action needed.

If you submit an offer in most states, it’s a contract. Then the seller signs it, and you’re in a contract to buy.

More frequently than the seller automatically signing, they return a counteroffer to you, and then they hope you, as the buyer, sign it. In some states, a buyer delivers a briefer statement of their offer, and then the seller must draft the full agreement to purchase. The buyer then signs that eventually.

Until both parties—buyer and seller—agree on the terms of the contract and have signed the purchase agreement, no one’s legally bound to anything. If you’re at this point, you can withdraw your offer whenever you want, and there’s no problem.

Your real estate agent contacts the seller’s agent and lets them know. They might send over a written confirmation that you’re withdrawing your offer.

What About An Accepted Offer?

When you sign a purchase agreement to buy a house, you’re legally bound to the contract's terms. You give the seller earnest money, which is an upfront deposit. The earnest money is meant to show the seller you’re serious about buying their house.

Otherwise, if you didn’t pay the earnest money and the seller pulls the home off the market thinking you’re going to, it’s not fair to them. The earnest money then goes into an escrow account.

You might include contingencies in your purchase contract that would make it legal for you to back out, but only if they’re not met.

The conditions are what has to happen for you to move forward with buying a home.

Homebuyers might include a home inspection contingency or a contingency based on them getting financing. Other common contingencies include selling their house first or a contingency to protect them in case the home appraises for less than the agreed-on sale price.

You can still get your earnest money back if you want out of the contract because of something based on a contingency.

So what if you don’t have a contingency as your reason and still want to back out?

In this case, you’re likely to lose your earnest money. You put the money down based on the agreement you’d follow through with your contract. If you back out for a reason not specified in your contract, you’re breaking your legal agreement.

Beyond losing your earnest money, a seller might have grounds to take further legal action. For example, you might be sued for what’s called specific performance. The court would force you to close on the home in that situation.  This isn’t common, but it’s still a reality you have to be prepared for.

It’s much easier to back out of buying a house before signing your purchase agreement. If you want to back out after signing the purchase agreement or after the expiration period of your contingencies, it’s likely to create financial and legal problems for you.

Some states include a clause in purchase agreements that you have to go to mediation with the seller if you’re in dispute. In that case, you might be able to work the situation out more effectively in a way that works for both of you.

Buying a home is a major commitment. If you need to back out, you need to communicate clearly with the seller as soon as possible. You may lose your earnest money and have to work with a lawyer to resolve the situation.


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