The McNab Team

16 years of work experience
Tierra Antigua Realty
77 Calle Portal #C140
Sierra Vista, AZ, 85635
(520) 508-1660

Ratings & reviews (5)

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Highly likely to recommend
07/07/2013
user18000545
Helped me buy home
I had the pleasure to work with Marisa Pigozzo with the McNab team while purchasing my home, and I was very happy with her work and knowledge. I would definitely work with her again and would recommend her to all my friends and co-workers.
Highly likely to recommend
07/07/2013
user4525024
Helped me buy home
a year ago, my wife and I moved here from S.C. We called about a home and was immediately referred to a buyer specialist, Marisa Pigozzo. The McNab team took the time to find us someone who would work with us at our own pace without being aggressive. The knowledge of the area the team and our agent had was amazing and helped so much in finding the greatest home we have ever owned. Thank you so much to both the McNab team and Marisa for all the great help.
Highly likely to recommend
07/05/2013
user9442227
Helped me buy home
If it wasn't for the member of this team, we would have given up on buying a home. They showed us exactly what we wanted and backed us all through the process of buying our home. They went above and beyond to see that we got the deal we offered.I highly recommend The McNab Team!
Highly likely to recommend
07/05/2013
cfleetham
Helped me buy home
I worked with Mary Vincent when purchasing my current home. I was impressed with her knowledge of the area. She did an outstanding job showing homes, responding to request and negotiating. She kept me up-to-date on what was happening with the purchase and made the process stress free!! I would highly recommend her to anyone looking to purchase in Cochise county.
Unlikely to recommend
06/27/2013
dajudem
Helped me buy home
Very disappointed in the service of Mike McNab. We bought a HomePath home from him. The building was supposed to sold lien-free but instead it had a Bisbee garbage and sewer lien. When requested to deal with it, he presumably made an attempt to right things, said he could not, and then ignored all future correspondence. It was not a fortune (maybe a couple hundred dollars) but it was the principle involved. We had paid the asking price for the building, only to discover these other hidden costs which were not supposed to be our responsibility. He also seriously underestimated the cost of renovations in an attempt to sell the house. Because we have renovated a number of houses we are well aware of the costs involved. A buyer with less experience might have been misled. I cannot speak to the expertise and honor of the rest of the "team", having dealt only with Mike. I cannot in all fairness recommend him. Less ... More
Response fromThe McNab Team
This is an unfortunate commentary )-; and it happened 4 years ago in 2009. This home was built in 1915, in quite poor condition and considered uninhabitable. The sales price reflected the known condition . The sewer lien was an unknown by all parties, until after the sale closed and the city sent the new owner a bill. We tried to get the bank to pay it after the closing but they would not. As far as the renovation costs, the writer indicates that he/she has "renovated a number of houses and aware of costs involved", that being the case why is he/she asking the agent for their opinion? Mike has also done many renovations and is pretty good at estimating costs based on doing the work himself. Best guess is that this property had hidden repairs required that were not known prior to starting the renovation work. This buyer could have chosen not to purchase this project home, but did proceed with closing the sale. Most Respectfully, Peg McNab Less ... More