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tracey l. davis

July | August 2013

Luxury Properties Marketing Director | Professional Realtor & Dedicated Buyer Representation There’s no question that buying and selling luxury real

Properties Offered By Tracey Davis

estate in today’s market requires the assistance of

In Fire Rock Country Club!

SOLDBuyer Representation

Still Active | Last Chance! MLS # 4853236 | 4,075 Sq. Ft. 3 Beds | 3.5 Baths | $995,000

10145 N. 126th Street MLS# 4808758 | 6,204 Sq. Ft. 6 Beds | 6.5 Baths | $1,340,000

SOLDSeller Representation

SOLDBuyer Representation

professionals with the right experience, capabilities, and commitment. Tracey Davis also understands that it’s about much more than a house - it’s

ArizonaAtHome.com Tracey.Davis@RussLyon.com

480.734.8404 Contact Tracey to be included in her MLS Neighborhood Watch Program.

about your lifestyle

From Boating to Fishing, Summertime Means Lake Time!

and well-being. Searching for your perfect home is personal; listing your home should be about more than the Multiple Listing Service. When you retain Tracey Davis, you get the benefit of both worlds. Davis offers highly personalized home buying services and knowledge of luxury properties. In addition, Davis brings to bear her background as a Marketing Director combined with the global reach of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty for successful home sales.

17902 N. 100th Street MLS # 4908906 |4,539 Sq. Ft. 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | $1,340,000

16421 E. Crystal Ridge Drive MLS # 4838259 | 2,826 Sq. Ft. 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | $415,000

Luxury Market Snapshot Statistics compiled by Tracey Davis, Realtor*

NORTH SCOTTSDALE SALES • PROPERTIES LISTED FOR $1M-$2M Prior 3 Months’ Sales: 130 2013 YTD: 201 Average sold price: $1,281,515 Average sold price: $1,298,006 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $281 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $281 DOWNTOWN SCOTTSDALE/SOUTH OF SHEA SALES • PROPERTIES LISTED FOR $500K-$1.5M Prior 3 Months’ Sales:149 2013 YTD: 216 Average sold price: $704,419 Average sold price: $699,208 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $267 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $271 NORTH PHOENIX SALES • PROPERTIES LISTED FOR $500K-$1.5M Prior 3 Months’ Sales: 78 2013 YTD: 119 Average sold price: $617,845 Average sold price: $616,071 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $188 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $185 PARADISE VALLEY SALES • ALL SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES Prior 3 Months’ Sales: 114 2013 YTD: 178 Average sold price: $1,815,504 Average sold price: $1,673,507 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $325 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $317 Source: Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service.

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

Lake Recreation

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

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Going Green When You Clean

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La Grande Orange’s Rocket Man Pizza

local market real estate report


Event Calendar July | August 2013 Birds ‘n Beer Rio Salado Audubon Center, July 18th & August 15th 602.468.6470 | RioSalado.Audubon.org Every 3rd Thursday of the month, stop by the Audubon Center for a happy-hour-type event and learn a thing or two about birds and other wildlife while enjoying a cold Four Peaks brew and other snacks and beverages. Topics range from strange animal behaviors to natural oddities and often include live wildlife. Meet other professionals who care about Arizona’s natural space, or just find a new way to spend a summer evening with friends.

Winter in July Phoenix Zoo, July 20th 602.273.1341 | PhoenixZoo.org Take a break from sweltering temps and enjoy a Saturday cooling down with over 20 tons of snow! Besides the fun of watching your favorite zoo animals devour their frozen treats and romping in some snow, you’ll get to throw snowballs, cool off in the water play areas and even enjoy dancing, games and prizes with Radio Disney. A kid’s paradise for sure! Easy Summer Dinner Party Kierland Commons Sur La Table, August 1st 800.243.0852 | SurLaTable.com Learn everything you need to pull off the perfect gathering from start to finish, from an amazing salad, all the way to a memorable dessert. They’ll walk you through simple entertaining tips and tricks that will have you throwing the backyard fete of the summer with confidence. With this very easy and amazing menu, plus some do-ahead secrets, you’ll host an enjoyable and memorable intimate dinner or all-out party! Movies at the Museum Phoenix Art Museum, August 4th 602.257.1222 | PhxArt.org Come for independent and classic cinema and documentaries relating to art, artists, and works on view in the Museum, usually followed by discussion. In August, catch Second Skin. This documentary showcases how computer games’ virtual worlds are transforming the lives of ordinary people, profiling a couple who fall in love online, a man addicted to playing games for hours on end and a tight-knit Indiana gaming community.

Summer in Arizona means heading anywhere cool to beat the heat! Fortunately for us, our area is host to numerous lakes and surrounding recreational hot spots which offer a wealth of activities for all ages and interests. If you don’t own your own boat, we bet someone you know does! Here are a few places to check out and what to do once you’re there.

Lake Powell Ever worry about the chemicals you’re using to clean your home? From bleach and ammonia to other not-so-safe sounding chemicals you can’t even pronounce, these ingredients aren’t good for the planet and certainly aren’t good for you and your family, especially small children and pets. Certain ingredients have even been linked to asthma, skin irritations, and possibly even cancer. Unfortunately, no federal regulations exist when it comes to listing ingredients on cleaning product labels. But what should you avoid and what ingredients are a safer alternative? According to the American Lung Association, certain products can release dangerous chemicals that include volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which can cause respiratory problems, allergies, and headaches. Specific products that may be a concern: aerosol spray products, air fresheners, chlorine bleach, certain detergent and dishwashing liquids, certain carpet cleaners, some furniture and floor polishes, and oven cleaners. To safeguard your home, look for labels that say no or low amounts of VOCs. A great resource for checking ingredients and specific products is the Environmental Working Group’s Guide to Healthy Cleaning (available at www.ewg.org/guides/cleaners). This non-profit organization even recommends top products and has a searchable database of more than 2,000 cleaning products! If you’re looking to choose green cleaning products for your own home, you will find many options available at grocery stores and big-box stores alike. Keep in mind that just because a label says “green,” “natural,” or “eco,” it isn’t necessarily better for you or the planet. In general, look for plant-based cleaning products rather than chemical-based ones. Ingredients to look for: essential oils, baking soda, vinegar, and lemon juice. One of the most pleasant benefits of using these products is the soothing, natural scents from the essential oils used in these products. From grapefruit and geranium to lavender and lemongrass, you will be amazed at how clean and fresh your home smells compared to the chemical scent of conventional cleaners. For the simplest way to get your home spic and span, the American Lung Association recommends warm water and soap for basic cleaning, baking soda for scrubbing, and a mix of water and vinegar for glass cleaning. Don’t forget the tools you use to clean can also go green: reuse old bath and dish towels to use for cleaning rags, look for bamboo cleaning brushes and plant-based sponges, recycle old toothbrushes to clean in tiny spaces, and choose a bagless vacuum with a HEPA filter to further help the environment and improve air quality. Homeowners looking for professionals to clean their homes in an environmentally sound way need to look no further than a quick internet search. Eco cleaners abound and business seems to be booming as more and more people are concerned with what’s being used to clean their homes. Be sure to inquire about the ingredients used in their cleaning solutions. Whether you do it yourself or hire a green cleaning professional, we promise you will love how your home looks and smells!

Your Home

Who hasn’t been or plans to go to Lake Powell at least once? The grand dame of Northern Arizona watering holes, Lake Powell offers crystal clear water, deep canyons, and those colorful southwestern red rocks. On the Utah border, Lake Powell attracts some two million visitors every year. And no wonder. It’s the second largest manmade lake in the United States. The water is warm, the shoreline is endless (some 2,000 miles of it!), and house boating reigns supreme! TOP ATTRACTIONS: House boating … no boating experience or captain’s license required! Rent your houseboat at the lake, then pull your faster-moving power boat, jet ski, or kayak behind for exploring at a different pace.

OTHER THINGS TO DO: Fishing (there are loads of smallmouth bass, striped bass, walleye, catfish, and more), hiking (you’ll find cliff dwellings and primitive petroglyphs on guided hiking tours), shopping, dining, boat tours, and more. For those not renting a houseboat, lodging options include Lake Powell Resort, Defiance House Lodge, or standalone Family Unit homes.

Lake Pleasant

Northwest of Phoenix, Lake Pleasant is the second largest in the area and the closest major lake to the North Phoenix area, making it popular for quick weekend getaways. It offers more than 10,000 acres of water and 114 miles of shoreline… all just 35 miles northwest of downtown. The Lake was created by the building of the Waddell Dam and the water is supplied by the Agua Fria River, making the water typically cool and refreshing. The Central Arizona Project Aqueduct also diverts water from the Colorado River to the lake. TOP ATTRACTIONS: Water sports! Boating, water skiing, jet skiing, fishing (lots of prize-winning sized bass), and camping (more than 140 developed sites). The lake is so large, it’s easy to

find a quiet spot to yourself and not feel like you’re on top of other people while you’re enjoying the great outdoors. OTHER THINGS TO DO: Power boating, house boating, jet skiing, sailing, kayaking, RV camping, tent camping, fishing (including crappie, white bass, tilapia, and more), mountain biking, hiking, and parasailing. It’s also one of the top places to scuba dive in Arizona.

Saguaro Lake

Formed in the 1920s by the damning of the Salt River, Saguaro Lake winds through the Tonto National Forest in the heart of the Sonoran Desert. Its proximity in the East Valley and 41 miles from downtown Phoenix, makes it a popular spot for those seeking to cool off amidst the beauty of this picturesque park. Thousands of Saguaro cacti dot the landscape and the blue lake water is one of the deepest and therefore coolest in the area. Aaahhh! TOP ATTRACTIONS: Swimming, boating, and jet skiing.

OTHER THINGS TO DO: Fishing (Saguaro is filled with brown and rainbow trout, yellow and largemouth bass, and more), and wildlife viewing (keep your eyes open for big horn sheep, eagles, and mule deer).

Canyon Lake

Also formed by the damning of the Salt River, Canyon Lake is small but spectacular! Surrounded by red rock formations and steep canyon walls, this is one lake you will not forget visiting. This is the place for classic southwestern scenery, desert flora, and abundant wildlife. TOP ATTRACTIONS: The natural beauty! Enjoy hiking and kayaking or canoeing to explore the shoreline and private coves. This lake also boasts a designated swimming area perfect for families. OTHER THINGS TO DO: Boating, fishing, camping, and cruise tours on the Dolly Steamboat, aboard which you will hear tales of the surrounding Superstition Mountains.

ROCKET MAN PIZZA INGREDIENTS: 1 10 oz. pizza dough ball (or your favorite frozen crust) 2 cups pizza cheese (you can blend mozzarella with white cheddar) 7 roasted roma tomatoes 1 cup blanched broccolini, chopped

Local Flavor!

Bruno Mars in Concert US Airways Center, July 31st 866.976.9142 | USAirways.BoxOfficeTicketSales.com The Bruno Mars tour 2013 is finally here and you can see it live this summer. You’ll love the unique sound, incredible vocals, and the unbelievable energy that make Mars’ live music one-of-a-kind. The concert sets show off incredible stage design making the show more like an intimate event than an enormous concert.

ARIZONA’S ABUNDANT LAKES ARE WAITING FOR YOU!

Featuring La Grande Orange Pizzeria 602.840.7777 | LaGrandeOrangePizzeria.com

PROCEDURE: 1. Roast garlic whole in extra virgin olive oil covered at 350 degrees for an hour. Remove garlic from the oil and chop. The oil can be used for the tomatoes. 2. Slice tomatoes about 1/4 inch thick and season with garlic oil and salt, pepper, and roast at 225 degrees for 45 minutes. 3. Quickly blanch broccolini in salted boiling water. 4. Seed and thinly slice chilies and toss with extra virgin olive and roast at 350 degrees until soft.

1/2 cup roasted red fresno chilies, chopped 1 Tbsp. chopped roasted garlic 1 Tbsp. chopped parsley for garnish fresh grated parmesan cheese for garnish 5. Stretch dough ball and place on pizza pan. 6. Distribute cheese evenly over dough and place roasted tomatoes evenly around. 7. Evenly distribute broccolini, chilies and roasted garlic around pizza. 8. Place into preheated oven at 400 degrees and cook 12-18 minutes or until desired doneness. 9. Slice pizza into 12 slices and garnish with chopped parsley and fresh grated parmesan cheese. 10. Enjoy!


Event Calendar July | August 2013 Birds ‘n Beer Rio Salado Audubon Center, July 18th & August 15th 602.468.6470 | RioSalado.Audubon.org Every 3rd Thursday of the month, stop by the Audubon Center for a happy-hour-type event and learn a thing or two about birds and other wildlife while enjoying a cold Four Peaks brew and other snacks and beverages. Topics range from strange animal behaviors to natural oddities and often include live wildlife. Meet other professionals who care about Arizona’s natural space, or just find a new way to spend a summer evening with friends.

Winter in July Phoenix Zoo, July 20th 602.273.1341 | PhoenixZoo.org Take a break from sweltering temps and enjoy a Saturday cooling down with over 20 tons of snow! Besides the fun of watching your favorite zoo animals devour their frozen treats and romping in some snow, you’ll get to throw snowballs, cool off in the water play areas and even enjoy dancing, games and prizes with Radio Disney. A kid’s paradise for sure! Easy Summer Dinner Party Kierland Commons Sur La Table, August 1st 800.243.0852 | SurLaTable.com Learn everything you need to pull off the perfect gathering from start to finish, from an amazing salad, all the way to a memorable dessert. They’ll walk you through simple entertaining tips and tricks that will have you throwing the backyard fete of the summer with confidence. With this very easy and amazing menu, plus some do-ahead secrets, you’ll host an enjoyable and memorable intimate dinner or all-out party! Movies at the Museum Phoenix Art Museum, August 4th 602.257.1222 | PhxArt.org Come for independent and classic cinema and documentaries relating to art, artists, and works on view in the Museum, usually followed by discussion. In August, catch Second Skin. This documentary showcases how computer games’ virtual worlds are transforming the lives of ordinary people, profiling a couple who fall in love online, a man addicted to playing games for hours on end and a tight-knit Indiana gaming community.

Summer in Arizona means heading anywhere cool to beat the heat! Fortunately for us, our area is host to numerous lakes and surrounding recreational hot spots which offer a wealth of activities for all ages and interests. If you don’t own your own boat, we bet someone you know does! Here are a few places to check out and what to do once you’re there.

Lake Powell Ever worry about the chemicals you’re using to clean your home? From bleach and ammonia to other not-so-safe sounding chemicals you can’t even pronounce, these ingredients aren’t good for the planet and certainly aren’t good for you and your family, especially small children and pets. Certain ingredients have even been linked to asthma, skin irritations, and possibly even cancer. Unfortunately, no federal regulations exist when it comes to listing ingredients on cleaning product labels. But what should you avoid and what ingredients are a safer alternative? According to the American Lung Association, certain products can release dangerous chemicals that include volatile organic compounds (VOCs), which can cause respiratory problems, allergies, and headaches. Specific products that may be a concern: aerosol spray products, air fresheners, chlorine bleach, certain detergent and dishwashing liquids, certain carpet cleaners, some furniture and floor polishes, and oven cleaners. To safeguard your home, look for labels that say no or low amounts of VOCs. A great resource for checking ingredients and specific products is the Environmental Working Group’s Guide to Healthy Cleaning (available at www.ewg.org/guides/cleaners). This non-profit organization even recommends top products and has a searchable database of more than 2,000 cleaning products! If you’re looking to choose green cleaning products for your own home, you will find many options available at grocery stores and big-box stores alike. Keep in mind that just because a label says “green,” “natural,” or “eco,” it isn’t necessarily better for you or the planet. In general, look for plant-based cleaning products rather than chemical-based ones. Ingredients to look for: essential oils, baking soda, vinegar, and lemon juice. One of the most pleasant benefits of using these products is the soothing, natural scents from the essential oils used in these products. From grapefruit and geranium to lavender and lemongrass, you will be amazed at how clean and fresh your home smells compared to the chemical scent of conventional cleaners. For the simplest way to get your home spic and span, the American Lung Association recommends warm water and soap for basic cleaning, baking soda for scrubbing, and a mix of water and vinegar for glass cleaning. Don’t forget the tools you use to clean can also go green: reuse old bath and dish towels to use for cleaning rags, look for bamboo cleaning brushes and plant-based sponges, recycle old toothbrushes to clean in tiny spaces, and choose a bagless vacuum with a HEPA filter to further help the environment and improve air quality. Homeowners looking for professionals to clean their homes in an environmentally sound way need to look no further than a quick internet search. Eco cleaners abound and business seems to be booming as more and more people are concerned with what’s being used to clean their homes. Be sure to inquire about the ingredients used in their cleaning solutions. Whether you do it yourself or hire a green cleaning professional, we promise you will love how your home looks and smells!

Your Home

Who hasn’t been or plans to go to Lake Powell at least once? The grand dame of Northern Arizona watering holes, Lake Powell offers crystal clear water, deep canyons, and those colorful southwestern red rocks. On the Utah border, Lake Powell attracts some two million visitors every year. And no wonder. It’s the second largest manmade lake in the United States. The water is warm, the shoreline is endless (some 2,000 miles of it!), and house boating reigns supreme! TOP ATTRACTIONS: House boating … no boating experience or captain’s license required! Rent your houseboat at the lake, then pull your faster-moving power boat, jet ski, or kayak behind for exploring at a different pace.

OTHER THINGS TO DO: Fishing (there are loads of smallmouth bass, striped bass, walleye, catfish, and more), hiking (you’ll find cliff dwellings and primitive petroglyphs on guided hiking tours), shopping, dining, boat tours, and more. For those not renting a houseboat, lodging options include Lake Powell Resort, Defiance House Lodge, or standalone Family Unit homes.

Lake Pleasant

Northwest of Phoenix, Lake Pleasant is the second largest in the area and the closest major lake to the North Phoenix area, making it popular for quick weekend getaways. It offers more than 10,000 acres of water and 114 miles of shoreline… all just 35 miles northwest of downtown. The Lake was created by the building of the Waddell Dam and the water is supplied by the Agua Fria River, making the water typically cool and refreshing. The Central Arizona Project Aqueduct also diverts water from the Colorado River to the lake. TOP ATTRACTIONS: Water sports! Boating, water skiing, jet skiing, fishing (lots of prize-winning sized bass), and camping (more than 140 developed sites). The lake is so large, it’s easy to

find a quiet spot to yourself and not feel like you’re on top of other people while you’re enjoying the great outdoors. OTHER THINGS TO DO: Power boating, house boating, jet skiing, sailing, kayaking, RV camping, tent camping, fishing (including crappie, white bass, tilapia, and more), mountain biking, hiking, and parasailing. It’s also one of the top places to scuba dive in Arizona.

Saguaro Lake

Formed in the 1920s by the damning of the Salt River, Saguaro Lake winds through the Tonto National Forest in the heart of the Sonoran Desert. Its proximity in the East Valley and 41 miles from downtown Phoenix, makes it a popular spot for those seeking to cool off amidst the beauty of this picturesque park. Thousands of Saguaro cacti dot the landscape and the blue lake water is one of the deepest and therefore coolest in the area. Aaahhh! TOP ATTRACTIONS: Swimming, boating, and jet skiing.

OTHER THINGS TO DO: Fishing (Saguaro is filled with brown and rainbow trout, yellow and largemouth bass, and more), and wildlife viewing (keep your eyes open for big horn sheep, eagles, and mule deer).

Canyon Lake

Also formed by the damning of the Salt River, Canyon Lake is small but spectacular! Surrounded by red rock formations and steep canyon walls, this is one lake you will not forget visiting. This is the place for classic southwestern scenery, desert flora, and abundant wildlife. TOP ATTRACTIONS: The natural beauty! Enjoy hiking and kayaking or canoeing to explore the shoreline and private coves. This lake also boasts a designated swimming area perfect for families. OTHER THINGS TO DO: Boating, fishing, camping, and cruise tours on the Dolly Steamboat, aboard which you will hear tales of the surrounding Superstition Mountains.

ROCKET MAN PIZZA INGREDIENTS: 1 10 oz. pizza dough ball (or your favorite frozen crust) 2 cups pizza cheese (you can blend mozzarella with white cheddar) 7 roasted roma tomatoes 1 cup blanched broccolini, chopped

Local Flavor!

Bruno Mars in Concert US Airways Center, July 31st 866.976.9142 | USAirways.BoxOfficeTicketSales.com The Bruno Mars tour 2013 is finally here and you can see it live this summer. You’ll love the unique sound, incredible vocals, and the unbelievable energy that make Mars’ live music one-of-a-kind. The concert sets show off incredible stage design making the show more like an intimate event than an enormous concert.

ARIZONA’S ABUNDANT LAKES ARE WAITING FOR YOU!

Featuring La Grande Orange Pizzeria 602.840.7777 | LaGrandeOrangePizzeria.com

PROCEDURE: 1. Roast garlic whole in extra virgin olive oil covered at 350 degrees for an hour. Remove garlic from the oil and chop. The oil can be used for the tomatoes. 2. Slice tomatoes about 1/4 inch thick and season with garlic oil and salt, pepper, and roast at 225 degrees for 45 minutes. 3. Quickly blanch broccolini in salted boiling water. 4. Seed and thinly slice chilies and toss with extra virgin olive and roast at 350 degrees until soft.

1/2 cup roasted red fresno chilies, chopped 1 Tbsp. chopped roasted garlic 1 Tbsp. chopped parsley for garnish fresh grated parmesan cheese for garnish 5. Stretch dough ball and place on pizza pan. 6. Distribute cheese evenly over dough and place roasted tomatoes evenly around. 7. Evenly distribute broccolini, chilies and roasted garlic around pizza. 8. Place into preheated oven at 400 degrees and cook 12-18 minutes or until desired doneness. 9. Slice pizza into 12 slices and garnish with chopped parsley and fresh grated parmesan cheese. 10. Enjoy!


tracey l. davis

July | August 2013

Luxury Properties Marketing Director | Professional Realtor & Dedicated Buyer Representation There’s no question that buying and selling luxury real

Properties Offered By Tracey Davis

estate in today’s market requires the assistance of

In Fire Rock Country Club!

SOLDBuyer Representation

Still Active | Last Chance! MLS # 4853236 | 4,075 Sq. Ft. 3 Beds | 3.5 Baths | $995,000

10145 N. 126th Street MLS# 4808758 | 6,204 Sq. Ft. 6 Beds | 6.5 Baths | $1,340,000

SOLDSeller Representation

SOLDBuyer Representation

professionals with the right experience, capabilities, and commitment. Tracey Davis also understands that it’s about much more than a house - it’s

ArizonaAtHome.com Tracey.Davis@RussLyon.com

480.734.8404 Contact Tracey to be included in her MLS Neighborhood Watch Program.

about your lifestyle

From Boating to Fishing, Summertime Means Lake Time!

and well-being. Searching for your perfect home is personal; listing your home should be about more than the Multiple Listing Service. When you retain Tracey Davis, you get the benefit of both worlds. Davis offers highly personalized home buying services and knowledge of luxury properties. In addition, Davis brings to bear her background as a Marketing Director combined with the global reach of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty for successful home sales.

17902 N. 100th Street MLS # 4908906 |4,539 Sq. Ft. 4 Beds | 4.5 Baths | $1,340,000

16421 E. Crystal Ridge Drive MLS # 4838259 | 2,826 Sq. Ft. 4 Beds | 2.5 Baths | $415,000

Luxury Market Snapshot Statistics compiled by Tracey Davis, Realtor*

NORTH SCOTTSDALE SALES • PROPERTIES LISTED FOR $1M-$2M Prior 3 Months’ Sales: 130 2013 YTD: 201 Average sold price: $1,281,515 Average sold price: $1,298,006 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $281 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $281 DOWNTOWN SCOTTSDALE/SOUTH OF SHEA SALES • PROPERTIES LISTED FOR $500K-$1.5M Prior 3 Months’ Sales:149 2013 YTD: 216 Average sold price: $704,419 Average sold price: $699,208 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $267 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $271 NORTH PHOENIX SALES • PROPERTIES LISTED FOR $500K-$1.5M Prior 3 Months’ Sales: 78 2013 YTD: 119 Average sold price: $617,845 Average sold price: $616,071 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $188 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $185 PARADISE VALLEY SALES • ALL SINGLE-FAMILY HOMES Prior 3 Months’ Sales: 114 2013 YTD: 178 Average sold price: $1,815,504 Average sold price: $1,673,507 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $325 Average sold price per sq. ft.: $317 Source: Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service.

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

Lake Recreation

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

your home

Going Green When You Clean

pizza perfection

La Grande Orange’s Rocket Man Pizza

local market real estate report


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