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JEN SHEEDY

Your Arcadia Neighbor & Realtor As a proud resident of Arcadia, I share our love and appreciation of our unique area. In fact, I grew up among the tree-lined streets of Arcadia that I still call home. Today, I continue my love of Arcadia as an involved mother, community activist, and real estate agent. As a real estate specialist in our neighborhood, I have the knowledge and experience to aid you in any real estate transaction. Selling? Turn to me for comprehensive market data: What’s selling, what’s not, and how to price your home properly. My marketing program is a proven component to your success. Let me tell you why. Buying? With intimate knowledge of the properties for sale in our area, I often know of fantastic values before they even hit the market. Moving up? Sizing down? Have a friend or family member that wants to make Arcadia their home too? I’m here to help! As a Realtor with The Williams Real Estate Company, I’m honored to share the company’s philosophy of philanthropy. A sizable portion of every commission I earn is donated back into our community through various charitable organizations. Let me introduce you to one such organization that holds a special place in my heart.

The Phoenix Children’s Hospital “Art Advisory” of Arizona business leaders is promoting a program in which the precious artwork of young patients is sold to raise much needed funds. Call me to learn how you can purchase artwork, or become involved as an ambassador yourself.

Mobile: 602.502.6600 / Office: 480.686.9899 jdana@cox.net

www.JenSheedy.com If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

May 2010

A Sampling of Real Estate Activity in

ARCADIA

Address CURRENTLY FOR SALE 6645 E. Calle Redondo 4430 N. 47th Pl. 4847 E. Calle Ventura 6711 E. Camelback Rd. #24 4301 N. Arcadia Dr. 4449 N. 53rd St. 5015 E. Arcadia Ln. 4122 N. 56th St. 5951 E. Calle Del Paisano 6445 E. Calle Del Media 3802 N. 60th Pl. 4302 N. 56th Pl. 5508 E. Exeter Blvd. 6001 E. Lafayette Blvd. 4413 N. Camino Allenada Rd. 5143 E. Exeter Blvd. 4726 E. Calle Del Norte 6330 E. Montecito Ave. 4616 N. Royal Palm Cir. 5621 E. Calle Camelia 4425 N. Arcadia Ln. 4908 E. Calle Del Medio 5914 E. Lafayette Blvd. 6420 E. Exeter Blvd. 5130 E. Exeter Blvd. SALE PENDING 4810 E. Calle Redonda 6445 E. Calle Redondo St. 3820 N. 56th St. 5115 E. Lafayette Blvd. 4821 E. Calle Tuberia 6711 E. Camelback Rd. #35 5801 E. Calle Del Paisano St. 6213 E. Calle Rosa 5433 E. Calle Ventura 4570 E. Calle Tuberia 6102 E. Calle Del Media 4602 E. Calle Del Medio 6133 E. Calle Del Paisano 4701 N. Dromedary Rd. 4125 N. Jokake Dr. 5915 E. Exeter Blvd. 4401 N. 61st St. RECENTLY SOLD 4444 N. 46th Pl. 4631 N. Royal Palm Cir. 4430 N. 46th Pl. 4635 E. Calle Tuberia St. 6133 E. Calle Del Paisano 4501 E. Calle Del Norte 5120 E. Arcadia Ln. 5837 E. Calle Tuberia 5437 E. Calle Ventura

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath

List Price

1705 / 3 / 2 1548 / 3 / 1.75 2136 / 4 / 2 3170 / 4 / 2.5 4054 / 4 / 4 3800 / 6 / 4.5 3142 / 4 / 2.5 3721 / 5 / 4 2817 / 4 / 3 4167 / 4 / 4.25 3215 / 5 / 4 3857 / 4 / 2.75 4675 / 5 / 4 3510 / 5 / 4 5777 / 5 / 4 3898 / 4 / 4.5 4471 / 5 / 4 5150 / 5 / 5 4379 / 4 / 5 5238 / 5 / 6.5 9039 / 6 / 7.5 5852 / 5 / 5.5 5438 / 4 / 4 3564 / 4 / 3 7181 / 5 / 5

$495,000 $500,000 $699,000 $749,000 $850,000 $895,000 $925,000 $975,000 $1,045,000 $1,150,000 $1,290,000 $1,350,000 $1,395,000 $1,400,000 $1,499,999 $1,595,000 $1,645,000 $1,895,000 $1,950,000 $2,175,000 $2,495,000 $2,950,000 $3,375,000 $6,250,000 $10,990,000

2095 / 3 / 2 1679 / 3 / 2 2148 / 4 / 2 2600 / 2 / 2 3262 / 5 / 3.5 2136 / 3 / 2.5 2225 / 4 / 3 2610 / 4 / 2 3331 / 4 / 3 3079 / 4 / 4 3176 / 4 / 3.5 3693 / 4 / 3 3759 / 5 / 2 3829 / 4 / 3 2678 / 4 / 3 3724 / 4 / 5 7587 / 5 / 8 2288 / 4 / 4 3750 / 4 / 3 2274 / 4 / 3 2999 / 5 / 4 3759 / 5 / 3 3600 / 4 / 3 2878 / 4 / 2.5 3366 / 5 / 3 3612 / 5 / 3.5

$399,999 $400,000 $425,000 $479,000 $550,000 $599,000 $649,500 $695,000 $775,000 $799,000 $799,000 $810,000 $829,500 $895,000 $1,000,000 $1,150,000 $1,750,000 Sold Price $340,000 $425,000 $475,000 $520,000 $550,000 $810,000 $850,000 $905,000 $950,000

List Price $488,000 $600,000 $499,900 $527,500 $550,000 $879,000 $975,000 $995,000 $1,095,000

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The properties on this list have been listed/sold by various participants in the MLS.

Produced by Desert Lifestyle Publishing • 480.460.0996 • www.DesertLifestyle.net

Good Deeds Done Right Youth Volunteers Eager to Aid

Valley-Based Childhelp A Local Point of Pride

Jumbo Financing

New Solutions Available

What’s Selling?

Arcadia’s Real Estate Report


CHILDHELP - HELPING CHILDREN IN NEED

Arcadia youth from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints sacrificed three days of their Spring Break to provide service in three different ways! The youth, ranging in ages from 12-18, travelled to chilly Prescott, Arizona to the Pine Summit Camp and enjoyed the tranquility of the pine trees, mountain air and freshly fallen snow. Their sole purpose however, was not to just enjoy the outdoors… they were on a mission to serve! Mission #1: To repair a trail washed out by a storm at Watson Woods Riparian Preserve. The youth and their leaders worked for hours shoveling dirt and rocks into an 8 foot deep by 10 foot wide area to connect a washed out trail with a bridge. Hundreds of rocks were collected from the surrounding area to repair the sides of the trail. The project was organized and directed by Arcadia High School student Hank Cashen as his Eagle project.

The youth transformed a local gym into a carnival for special needs children in Prescott Valley

Mission #2: To clean, paint and repair horse stalls for the Horses with Heart Organization. Saguaro High School student Adam Sanft organized and directed another Eagle project to aid the Horses with Heart Organization, an organization which provides equine experiences for people with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. Under Adam’s direction, the youth cleaned stalls, painted new signs with the horses’ names, and learned to groom the horses. Mission #3: To provide a safe and enjoyable carnival for children with special needs and their families. A large, musty gym was transformed into an energetic carnival of fun, where families with special needs children were invited to enjoy free of charge! From face painting to bowling, cotton candy to popcorn and Superman to Snow White, the youth provided it all! Some youth dressed up as characters to mingle with the children, others served as booth workers: painting nails, putting prizes on fishing poles, running a cookie walk, and more. Some youth were assigned as a buddy for the children. They were privileged to interact and engage with children who innately love life! Smiles were abundant and REAL from the children to the volunteers!

In honor of National Child Abuse Prevention Month,

thousands of orphans from Vietnam.

learn about the impact of an incredible organization

The organization’s focus shifted to America’s

that celebrated 50 years of work in 2009. Childhelp,

problem of child abuse when the founders met

founded in 1959 by CEO and Co-Founder Sara

then-First Lady of California Nancy Reagan, who

O’Meara and President and Co-Founder Yvonne

suggested bringing to light America’s “best-kept

Fedderson, is a non-profit organization dedicated

secret.” In 1978, now-called Childhelp developed a

to helping victims of child abuse and neglect, and

residential treatment facility exclusively for severely

at-risk children. With its national headquarters in

abused children. Known as the Village of Childhelp

Scottsdale, the organization focuses on advocacy,

West in Beaumont, California, the center offered

prevention, treatment, and community outreach. In

therapeutic programs and innovative art and animal

doing so, Childhelp has brought healing to countless

therapy programs. And, as they say, the rest is history.

children during the last five decades.

Today, Childhelp operates treatment centers across

But just how did this wonderful organization get

the country—including a center in Phoenix and a

started? In 1959, while on a government-sponsored

mobile center traveling throughout Northeastern

goodwill tour of Japan, young Hollywood actresses

Arizona—and, since 1982, operates the Childhelp

Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson discovered

National Child Abuse Hotline, 1-800-4-A-CHILD®,

11 Japanese-American children wandering the streets

which operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week,

of Tokyo, Japan. The children, born from American

and receives calls from throughout the United

troops during the Korean War, were not welcome at

States, Canada, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico,

orphanages because of their mixed-race. Eventually,

and Guam. The hotline offers crisis intervention,

the actual number of these orphaned children

information, literature, and referrals to thousands of

grew to more than 100 and it became clear to the

emergency, social service, and support resources.

actresses that a separate orphanage needed to be

The hotline is for children of abuse and for parents

created. Raising funds back in the States, O’Meara

who feel they are losing control and want to be sure

and Fedderson helped fund a home for the children

they don’t endanger their children.

and eventually founded International Orphans

To learn more about Childhelp, or how you can

Incorporated (IOI). From 1960 to 1964, IOI helped

volunteer time or make donations, call 480.922.8212

establish nine orphanages, a school, and a hospital in

or visit childhelp.org.

Japan and Vietnam. In 1974, the group helped rescue

Industrious volunteers repairing a storm-damaged trail

Helping Arizona’s Children Childhelp offers two ways to help the children of Arizona. The Childhelp Children’s Center of Arizona, opened in Phoenix in 1998, uses a one-stop approach to investigating and treating child abuse. This facility uses a team-approach between law enforcement and medical and child protective services. The center staffs more than 60 full-time professionals. And in keeping with the goal of minimizing trauma to the child, there is a playroom and each child who visits the center is allowed to take and keep a toy from the gift closet. For children in Northeastern Arizona, Childhelp, in partnership with the Safe Child Center at Flagstaff Medical Center, provides various services from the Childhelp Children’s Mobile Advocacy Center of Northern Arizona. Specially designed for abused children in rural and tribal communities, the mobile center is the first of its kind in Arizona, offering one-stop services at selected locations. The goal of this groundbreaking service is to reduce investigation time and trauma for abuse victims who simply are not able to travel to the Phoenix location.

IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE? Actually, there is a doctor, attorney, CPA and dentist in the house!

Morgan Deaton, Saguaro sophomore, grooms a horse at the ranch

Over the course of the three-day service retreat the youth came to understand that through service and love, all are strengthened. Their 2010 theme “Be Strong and of a Good Courage” (Joshua 1:9) rang clear as they boldly and willingly served!

With all of the new banking regulations, it is the new model for lenders to err on the side of caution. They have become increasingly conservative with their loan qualifications. In the past 18 months it has been frustrating for sellers in the higher-end residential market because their pool of eligible buyers has been dramatically reduced to those buyers who are willing to come up with very large down payments for their purchase. Conversely, it’s been equally frustrating for buyers who are now required to expend much larger down payments to get into higher-priced homes. Many borrowers have had to sell their homes at discounted prices. Therein creating the gap to a successful new home sale! There are new solutions. For example, there are now preferred loan programs available to borrowers in specific professions to obtain Jumbo financing with as little as 5% down payment and without the added expense of private mortgage insurance. Q: Is there a catch? I thought lenders where tightening up their down payment requirements. A: This mortgage is referred to as a “Portfolio Loan.” These are loans that the lender keeps and services themselves.

Q: Why would this be a great loan for a luxury home? A: Because it allows the borrower to purchase a million dollar home with only 5% down, as a qualified professional. Q: What if the purchase price is above $1 million? A: This “professional loan program” is designed to go up to a $1,750,000 loan amount with graduated down payment requirements. Q: The rates must be really high; and what about private mortgage insurance that is costly? A: The loan does not require mortgage insurance and the rates are very competitive. Simplicity is a virtue in banking products and services. Every individual or family should be treated with the utmost care and concern for their unique needs. It builds our community,…one home at a time!

SHERRI WALTHER • MORTGAGE SPECIALIST BBVA Compass Direct: 602.619.4504 • Fax: 866.269.1860 sherri.walther@bbvacompass.com

Have a child or family member with a proud accomplishment you’d like to share? School achievements, community service, award recipients… let me do the bragging for you! Simply call or email me and I’ll include it in next month’s Arcadia Lifestyle.

JEN SHEEDY 602.502.6600 jdana@cox.net


CHILDHELP - HELPING CHILDREN IN NEED

Arcadia youth from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints sacrificed three days of their Spring Break to provide service in three different ways! The youth, ranging in ages from 12-18, travelled to chilly Prescott, Arizona to the Pine Summit Camp and enjoyed the tranquility of the pine trees, mountain air and freshly fallen snow. Their sole purpose however, was not to just enjoy the outdoors… they were on a mission to serve! Mission #1: To repair a trail washed out by a storm at Watson Woods Riparian Preserve. The youth and their leaders worked for hours shoveling dirt and rocks into an 8 foot deep by 10 foot wide area to connect a washed out trail with a bridge. Hundreds of rocks were collected from the surrounding area to repair the sides of the trail. The project was organized and directed by Arcadia High School student Hank Cashen as his Eagle project.

The youth transformed a local gym into a carnival for special needs children in Prescott Valley

Mission #2: To clean, paint and repair horse stalls for the Horses with Heart Organization. Saguaro High School student Adam Sanft organized and directed another Eagle project to aid the Horses with Heart Organization, an organization which provides equine experiences for people with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. Under Adam’s direction, the youth cleaned stalls, painted new signs with the horses’ names, and learned to groom the horses. Mission #3: To provide a safe and enjoyable carnival for children with special needs and their families. A large, musty gym was transformed into an energetic carnival of fun, where families with special needs children were invited to enjoy free of charge! From face painting to bowling, cotton candy to popcorn and Superman to Snow White, the youth provided it all! Some youth dressed up as characters to mingle with the children, others served as booth workers: painting nails, putting prizes on fishing poles, running a cookie walk, and more. Some youth were assigned as a buddy for the children. They were privileged to interact and engage with children who innately love life! Smiles were abundant and REAL from the children to the volunteers!

In honor of National Child Abuse Prevention Month,

thousands of orphans from Vietnam.

learn about the impact of an incredible organization

The organization’s focus shifted to America’s

that celebrated 50 years of work in 2009. Childhelp,

problem of child abuse when the founders met

founded in 1959 by CEO and Co-Founder Sara

then-First Lady of California Nancy Reagan, who

O’Meara and President and Co-Founder Yvonne

suggested bringing to light America’s “best-kept

Fedderson, is a non-profit organization dedicated

secret.” In 1978, now-called Childhelp developed a

to helping victims of child abuse and neglect, and

residential treatment facility exclusively for severely

at-risk children. With its national headquarters in

abused children. Known as the Village of Childhelp

Scottsdale, the organization focuses on advocacy,

West in Beaumont, California, the center offered

prevention, treatment, and community outreach. In

therapeutic programs and innovative art and animal

doing so, Childhelp has brought healing to countless

therapy programs. And, as they say, the rest is history.

children during the last five decades.

Today, Childhelp operates treatment centers across

But just how did this wonderful organization get

the country—including a center in Phoenix and a

started? In 1959, while on a government-sponsored

mobile center traveling throughout Northeastern

goodwill tour of Japan, young Hollywood actresses

Arizona—and, since 1982, operates the Childhelp

Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson discovered

National Child Abuse Hotline, 1-800-4-A-CHILD®,

11 Japanese-American children wandering the streets

which operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week,

of Tokyo, Japan. The children, born from American

and receives calls from throughout the United

troops during the Korean War, were not welcome at

States, Canada, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico,

orphanages because of their mixed-race. Eventually,

and Guam. The hotline offers crisis intervention,

the actual number of these orphaned children

information, literature, and referrals to thousands of

grew to more than 100 and it became clear to the

emergency, social service, and support resources.

actresses that a separate orphanage needed to be

The hotline is for children of abuse and for parents

created. Raising funds back in the States, O’Meara

who feel they are losing control and want to be sure

and Fedderson helped fund a home for the children

they don’t endanger their children.

and eventually founded International Orphans

To learn more about Childhelp, or how you can

Incorporated (IOI). From 1960 to 1964, IOI helped

volunteer time or make donations, call 480.922.8212

establish nine orphanages, a school, and a hospital in

or visit childhelp.org.

Japan and Vietnam. In 1974, the group helped rescue

Industrious volunteers repairing a storm-damaged trail

Helping Arizona’s Children Childhelp offers two ways to help the children of Arizona. The Childhelp Children’s Center of Arizona, opened in Phoenix in 1998, uses a one-stop approach to investigating and treating child abuse. This facility uses a team-approach between law enforcement and medical and child protective services. The center staffs more than 60 full-time professionals. And in keeping with the goal of minimizing trauma to the child, there is a playroom and each child who visits the center is allowed to take and keep a toy from the gift closet. For children in Northeastern Arizona, Childhelp, in partnership with the Safe Child Center at Flagstaff Medical Center, provides various services from the Childhelp Children’s Mobile Advocacy Center of Northern Arizona. Specially designed for abused children in rural and tribal communities, the mobile center is the first of its kind in Arizona, offering one-stop services at selected locations. The goal of this groundbreaking service is to reduce investigation time and trauma for abuse victims who simply are not able to travel to the Phoenix location.

IS THERE A DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE? Actually, there is a doctor, attorney, CPA and dentist in the house!

Morgan Deaton, Saguaro sophomore, grooms a horse at the ranch

Over the course of the three-day service retreat the youth came to understand that through service and love, all are strengthened. Their 2010 theme “Be Strong and of a Good Courage” (Joshua 1:9) rang clear as they boldly and willingly served!

With all of the new banking regulations, it is the new model for lenders to err on the side of caution. They have become increasingly conservative with their loan qualifications. In the past 18 months it has been frustrating for sellers in the higher-end residential market because their pool of eligible buyers has been dramatically reduced to those buyers who are willing to come up with very large down payments for their purchase. Conversely, it’s been equally frustrating for buyers who are now required to expend much larger down payments to get into higher-priced homes. Many borrowers have had to sell their homes at discounted prices. Therein creating the gap to a successful new home sale! There are new solutions. For example, there are now preferred loan programs available to borrowers in specific professions to obtain Jumbo financing with as little as 5% down payment and without the added expense of private mortgage insurance. Q: Is there a catch? I thought lenders where tightening up their down payment requirements. A: This mortgage is referred to as a “Portfolio Loan.” These are loans that the lender keeps and services themselves.

Q: Why would this be a great loan for a luxury home? A: Because it allows the borrower to purchase a million dollar home with only 5% down, as a qualified professional. Q: What if the purchase price is above $1 million? A: This “professional loan program” is designed to go up to a $1,750,000 loan amount with graduated down payment requirements. Q: The rates must be really high; and what about private mortgage insurance that is costly? A: The loan does not require mortgage insurance and the rates are very competitive. Simplicity is a virtue in banking products and services. Every individual or family should be treated with the utmost care and concern for their unique needs. It builds our community,…one home at a time!

SHERRI WALTHER • MORTGAGE SPECIALIST BBVA Compass Direct: 602.619.4504 • Fax: 866.269.1860 sherri.walther@bbvacompass.com

Have a child or family member with a proud accomplishment you’d like to share? School achievements, community service, award recipients… let me do the bragging for you! Simply call or email me and I’ll include it in next month’s Arcadia Lifestyle.

JEN SHEEDY 602.502.6600 jdana@cox.net


JEN SHEEDY

Your Arcadia Neighbor & Realtor As a proud resident of Arcadia, I share our love and appreciation of our unique area. In fact, I grew up among the tree-lined streets of Arcadia that I still call home. Today, I continue my love of Arcadia as an involved mother, community activist, and real estate agent. As a real estate specialist in our neighborhood, I have the knowledge and experience to aid you in any real estate transaction. Selling? Turn to me for comprehensive market data: What’s selling, what’s not, and how to price your home properly. My marketing program is a proven component to your success. Let me tell you why. Buying? With intimate knowledge of the properties for sale in our area, I often know of fantastic values before they even hit the market. Moving up? Sizing down? Have a friend or family member that wants to make Arcadia their home too? I’m here to help! As a Realtor with The Williams Real Estate Company, I’m honored to share the company’s philosophy of philanthropy. A sizable portion of every commission I earn is donated back into our community through various charitable organizations. Let me introduce you to one such organization that holds a special place in my heart.

The Phoenix Children’s Hospital “Art Advisory” of Arizona business leaders is promoting a program in which the precious artwork of young patients is sold to raise much needed funds. Call me to learn how you can purchase artwork, or become involved as an ambassador yourself.

Mobile: 602.502.6600 / Office: 480.686.9899 jdana@cox.net

www.JenSheedy.com If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

May 2010

A Sampling of Real Estate Activity in

ARCADIA

Address CURRENTLY FOR SALE 6645 E. Calle Redondo 4430 N. 47th Pl. 4847 E. Calle Ventura 6711 E. Camelback Rd. #24 4301 N. Arcadia Dr. 4449 N. 53rd St. 5015 E. Arcadia Ln. 4122 N. 56th St. 5951 E. Calle Del Paisano 6445 E. Calle Del Media 3802 N. 60th Pl. 4302 N. 56th Pl. 5508 E. Exeter Blvd. 6001 E. Lafayette Blvd. 4413 N. Camino Allenada Rd. 5143 E. Exeter Blvd. 4726 E. Calle Del Norte 6330 E. Montecito Ave. 4616 N. Royal Palm Cir. 5621 E. Calle Camelia 4425 N. Arcadia Ln. 4908 E. Calle Del Medio 5914 E. Lafayette Blvd. 6420 E. Exeter Blvd. 5130 E. Exeter Blvd. SALE PENDING 4810 E. Calle Redonda 6445 E. Calle Redondo St. 3820 N. 56th St. 5115 E. Lafayette Blvd. 4821 E. Calle Tuberia 6711 E. Camelback Rd. #35 5801 E. Calle Del Paisano St. 6213 E. Calle Rosa 5433 E. Calle Ventura 4570 E. Calle Tuberia 6102 E. Calle Del Media 4602 E. Calle Del Medio 6133 E. Calle Del Paisano 4701 N. Dromedary Rd. 4125 N. Jokake Dr. 5915 E. Exeter Blvd. 4401 N. 61st St. RECENTLY SOLD 4444 N. 46th Pl. 4631 N. Royal Palm Cir. 4430 N. 46th Pl. 4635 E. Calle Tuberia St. 6133 E. Calle Del Paisano 4501 E. Calle Del Norte 5120 E. Arcadia Ln. 5837 E. Calle Tuberia 5437 E. Calle Ventura

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath

List Price

1705 / 3 / 2 1548 / 3 / 1.75 2136 / 4 / 2 3170 / 4 / 2.5 4054 / 4 / 4 3800 / 6 / 4.5 3142 / 4 / 2.5 3721 / 5 / 4 2817 / 4 / 3 4167 / 4 / 4.25 3215 / 5 / 4 3857 / 4 / 2.75 4675 / 5 / 4 3510 / 5 / 4 5777 / 5 / 4 3898 / 4 / 4.5 4471 / 5 / 4 5150 / 5 / 5 4379 / 4 / 5 5238 / 5 / 6.5 9039 / 6 / 7.5 5852 / 5 / 5.5 5438 / 4 / 4 3564 / 4 / 3 7181 / 5 / 5

$495,000 $500,000 $699,000 $749,000 $850,000 $895,000 $925,000 $975,000 $1,045,000 $1,150,000 $1,290,000 $1,350,000 $1,395,000 $1,400,000 $1,499,999 $1,595,000 $1,645,000 $1,895,000 $1,950,000 $2,175,000 $2,495,000 $2,950,000 $3,375,000 $6,250,000 $10,990,000

2095 / 3 / 2 1679 / 3 / 2 2148 / 4 / 2 2600 / 2 / 2 3262 / 5 / 3.5 2136 / 3 / 2.5 2225 / 4 / 3 2610 / 4 / 2 3331 / 4 / 3 3079 / 4 / 4 3176 / 4 / 3.5 3693 / 4 / 3 3759 / 5 / 2 3829 / 4 / 3 2678 / 4 / 3 3724 / 4 / 5 7587 / 5 / 8 2288 / 4 / 4 3750 / 4 / 3 2274 / 4 / 3 2999 / 5 / 4 3759 / 5 / 3 3600 / 4 / 3 2878 / 4 / 2.5 3366 / 5 / 3 3612 / 5 / 3.5

$399,999 $400,000 $425,000 $479,000 $550,000 $599,000 $649,500 $695,000 $775,000 $799,000 $799,000 $810,000 $829,500 $895,000 $1,000,000 $1,150,000 $1,750,000 Sold Price $340,000 $425,000 $475,000 $520,000 $550,000 $810,000 $850,000 $905,000 $950,000

List Price $488,000 $600,000 $499,900 $527,500 $550,000 $879,000 $975,000 $995,000 $1,095,000

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. The properties on this list have been listed/sold by various participants in the MLS.

Produced by Desert Lifestyle Publishing • 480.460.0996 • www.DesertLifestyle.net

Good Deeds Done Right Youth Volunteers Eager to Aid

Valley-Based Childhelp A Local Point of Pride

Jumbo Financing

New Solutions Available

What’s Selling?

Arcadia’s Real Estate Report


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