Recreational Paths And Trails Along The SRP Canals
If you’ve ever looked for a safe and leisurely place to go for a walk or ride a bike without the risk of competing on busy streets with cars and trucks, consider the recreational paths and trails along the SRP canals. Throughout the valley Salt River Project (SRP) manages 131 miles canals that provide over 1 million acre feet of water annually to the Phoenix metro area.
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Spring Mountain Ski Ranch in the west valley
Hidden in the west valley are two water ski communities; Spring Mountain Ski Ranch and Lakeside Ski Village. Spring Mountain Ski Ranch was established in 2005 with initial sales of the one acre lots between $250K – $385K. After surviving the real estate down turn along with recent improvements, SMSR is a water ski community that has become a community that is attracting a lot of attention.
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Lakewood: Ahwatukee Foothills Lakefront Community
Adjacent to the Ahwatukee foothills you’ll find the city of Phoenix’s largest residential lake that features over 170 waterfront properties. These lakefront lots that welcome boaters are situated on 38 acres of water on two residential lakes. With the recent extension of the loop 202 South Mountain freeway, access to the east valley, Sky Harbor airport and central Phoenix is that much easier.
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Phoenix Real Estate Market Update – First Half 2020
Who could have predicted such a crazy six months as we’ve seen in the first half of 2020. COVID-19 has made everyone sit back and wonder if there is any normalcy left in the world. The pandemic and the associated events have left many wondering how the real estate market has fared. That’s what we’re going to look at in this Phoenix real estate market update for the 1st half of the year. If you are curious, click to find out.
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What are CC&R’s for a home owner’s association
Chances are if you are a homeowner in the Phoenix area, you’ll become familiar with HOA’s because the majority of homes are part of a HOA. The rules that home owners agree to abide by are called Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s). These restrictions regulate various aspects of home ownership, such as leasing or renting, vehicle parking, architectural guidelines, animal and pets, and so on. Becoming familiar with the CC&R’s before you purchase a homes is a wise decision. Also find out if the HOA is attempting to exercise more control than it should.
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Has the coronavirus or COVID-19 put the real estate market in the ICU?
The coronavirus or COVID-19 has taken everyone by surprise and the effects of this pandemic will not be totally understood for months or years to come. However, we can see the effects of this virus on Phoenix real estate in the past month, and where things will go in the next 30 – 45 days. To understand the cumulative effects and future path, keep reading.
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Most Common Mistakes Buyers Make
In order to make your home buying experience as successful as possible it is critical to avoid costly home buying mistakes. This is especially true since buying a home will be the most expensive purchase a buyer will make in their lifetime. Keeping these potential mistakes in mind will benefit a buyer as they navigate the home buying process. To learn more about the most common buying mistakes, read on…
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Understanding the 2020 Phoenix Real Estate Market
We’re now entering a new decade and putting behind us another year. Every year there are predictions about what is happening in the Phoenix real estate market. Continuing price increases, inventory trends, cash investors displacing first time home buyers, foreclosures creeping up again. These are just some of the topics that everyone with an interest in understanding Phoenix real estate trends would like to know about. If you fall into this camp, keep reading.
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Boat Friendly Arrowhead Lakes Waterfront Community
If you’re looking for a community where over 70% of the homes are waterfront, Arrowhead Lakes in Glendale is a perfect match. It is also located close to the 101 freeway, offering good access to the west valley and Phoenix. A quick drive through the neighborhood will show just how many residents enjoy boating on this 130 acre man made residential lake.
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Making the due diligence as effective as possible
An important element of a real estate purchase is the due diligence during the inspection regarding the property. You’ve seen the professional pictures on line and visited the meticulously maintained house with the scent of freshly baked cookies. What’s not to love Now it’s time to really find out what’s really happening. The due diligence during the inspection period is a critical time to evaluate the property and surrounding area of most likely the largest purchase you’ll ever make.
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