As the summer sun creeps into the valley, people wait for the arrival of spring to arrive.

The arrival of snowpack means spring can be a boon for homeowners.

But what about spring for the small estate agents?

Here are the top-selling real estate brokers and agents for the next two months:As spring approaches, it can be hard to find a broker to buy a home or office property in Tucson.

Here are some questions to consider before you make your first purchase:Who can sell you a home?

You can still buy a property, but most agents won’t be willing to sell you one.

They may be willing, however, to take your mortgage payment, which can be substantial.

You can also sell your home if you need to.

What if you don’t need to?

If you are a homeowner and want to sell your house, you may need a mortgage to do it.

But the amount of money you can earn in the mortgage depends on the type of mortgage you have.

For example, if you have a 5-year fixed rate, you can expect to earn more than $100,000 in a five-year term.

For the 5- to 10-year mortgages, the average income is less than $20,000.

For those who are not homeowners, you should be prepared to sell for cash.

For instance, if the mortgage is 10 years or less, you could be selling for cash with a 20 percent down payment.

For people with more debt, like a home equity line of credit, a down payment of 40 percent to 50 percent is generally considered fair.

Buying a home for less than a mortgage would be good for your credit.

Buying a property for less is good for both.

But, the more you can sell the better.

If you don.t have a mortgage, you still can sell your property for cash or you can pay a cash deposit and buy a new home.

It depends on how much you can afford to pay.

If you can’t afford to sell, you probably should be willing not to take a mortgage.

If the agent doesn’t want to accept a cash sale, he or she could be an attorney.

A home inspector could also consider it.

Some states have laws that limit the amount an attorney can take.

If there are restrictions on the sale, you might want to contact the seller before you accept a payment.

If the agent has the right to make the sale for cash, you have the right not to accept it.

You should also be prepared for any issues you might have.

You might have a house or condo that isn’t in good condition or has mold or other problems.

This could cause problems in the sale process.

If an agent doesn.t take any measures to address your issues, you shouldn’t accept a sale.

A small home sale can be good news for you, but you might not get a good price.

If there are any issues, your credit rating could suffer and you could get hit with a foreclosure.