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Scottsdale Mountain Market Report

Each issue we will report on the previous period’s activity. This issue reflects activity for January through February, 2010. • There are currently 28 Active Listings in Scottsdale Mountain with an average of 203 Days on the Market. This compares with the last two-month period of 28 Active Listings and 194 Days on Market. Not significantly different.

April 2010

• For January/February the average square footage price for Active Listings was $230.16, only a slight decrease from the $232.49 reported for the previous two-month period. • The average square footage price for Closed Sales for January/February however, was $190.61. This is slightly down from the $192.45 of the previous two-month period but up from $182.48 for the previous period. In the January/February period there were 4 Closed Sales and 5 Pending /AWC (Active With Contingencies – means it is under contract but there are contingencies with the contract that have not been taken care of yet and the property is still being marketed for backup offers). In the previous reporting period there were 6 Closed and 5 Pending. Although many of the numbers are similar, the mix is a little different. During the last two months, of the 9 properties under contract 5 of them had a list price above $700,000. This is very healthy for this community when you consider that the luxury market has been the sector performing most poorly in the past year. This supports our contention that the market has bottomed, we are starting the slow climb up, and there is money out there to buy luxury homes . . . it’s just a bit cautious to jump back into the market. We think that our report in the next issue will continue to reflect a stabilized and slowly strengthening market with a growing percentage of purchases in the luxury sector. Don’t misunderstand this to mean the floodgates will open. It just means that, each month, as we look back at the previous year, we will see a noticeable uptick in sales prices and closed price per square foot. As always, if you need a market analysis or help in buying or selling real estate, give us a call. For over 24 years we have helped our clients achieve their real estate goals in residential, land, commercial and investment properties.

www.ThePeggyRauchGroup.com

REAL ESTATE ACTIVITY IN

SIMPLE PLEASURES

PENDING SALES Address

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath Price/Sq. Ft.

List Price

13832 E. Paradise Ln.

1858 / 3 / 2

$202

$375,000

13740 E. Geronimo Rd. 1858 / 3 / 2

$210

$390,000

12091 N. 137th Way

2847 / 3 / 2.5

$158

$439,000

13717 E. Columbine Dr. 3036 / 4 / 2.5

$206

$625,000

11969 N. 139th Pl.

4320 / 3 / 4

$162

$700,000

12472 N. 133rd Pl.

4487 / 5 / 4

$173

$775,000

13615 E. Windrose Dr.

5061 / 5 / 4.5

$233

$1,177,000

CLOSED SALES

Peggy Rauch

Michael Meinerz

Peggy@PeggyRauch.com

Michael@PeggyRauch.com

602.206.3336

602.882.0075

Address

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath Price/Sq. Ft. Sold Price

COE

12139 N. 138th St.

2223 / 4 / 2

$159 $352,500

02/25/10

12284 N. 136th Pl.

3521 / 4 / 3.5

$213 $750,000

01/08/10

12918 E. Corrine Dr.

4669 / 4 / 4.5

$198 $925,000

02/16/10

12434 N. 138th Pl.

4929 / 5 / 4.5

$193 $950,000

02/03/10

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

7001 N. Scottsdale Rd. #1020 • Scottsdale, AZ 85253 If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

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

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10. The fizz of soda tickling your nose. 11. The smell of freshly cut grass. 12. The smile of a first grader who’s missing their front teeth.

Featuring Roy’s 7151 W. Ray Road • Chandler, AZ 480.705.7697 or roysrestaurant.com

14. A hug from your mom. 15. Hearing a baby laugh.

MAUI WOWIE TIGER SHRIMP SALAD

16. A perfectly brewed cup of tea.

SALAD INGREDIENTS: 3 pieces whole medium shrimp, poached and diced large 2 Tbs. fine diced sweet onions 2 Tbs. feta cheese, crumbled 1 1/2 tsp. capers 1/4 cup avocado diced large (same size as shrimp) 2 pieces hydro-bibb lettuce (cut into 1/8-inch strips) 6 slices vine-ripened tomatoes sliced 1/4 inch thick 1/4 cup caper lime vinaigrette (see recipe below) 1 tsp. scallion oil salt and pepper to taste 1 piece each popcorn shoot and bull’s blood, for garnish (if not available, any micro-green will substitute).

17. The sound of rain on the rooftop. 18. Picking just the right color lipstick—and using it all the way down to the bottom. 19. Getting choked up to the National Anthem. 20. Cuddling up to your adoring pet.

Sure, fancy cars and sparkling jewels are nice. But sometimes it’s the little things that really make us happy. This month, make sure you slow down enough to appreciate life’s simple pleasures. Here are a few to get you started … 1. The warm spring breeze rolling across your bare arms.

PROCEDURE: Ring mold will be needed to prepare salad. Use a PVC pipe that has been cut into these dimensions: 2 3/4 inches in height and 3 1/2 inches in diameter.

2. Lazily watching a ladybug meander across a plant. 3. Hearing your favorite song on the radio.

Layer tomatoes overlapping. Arrange tomatoes into bulls-eye formation with a round empty circle in the middle. Circle will be staging area to assemble salad without burying the red color of the tomatoes.

4. Sitting in the sun on a quiet, windless day all alone.

Into a mixing bowl combine capers, onions and hydro-bibb lettuce strips. Moisten with caper lime vinaigrette. Season with salt and pepper. Place ring mold into center of tomato ring. Gently place caper onion and hydro-bibb lettuce into ring mold. Keep it fluffy, do not smash. Repeat same procedure with avocado and shrimp. Gently place shrimp and avocado on top of lettuce mixture. Gently remove mold and moisten tomatoes with more caper lime vinaigrette. Drizzle scallion oil and sprinkle feta. Garnish and serve. CAPER LIME VINAIGRETTE INGREDIENTS: 1/4 cup diced shallots 2 Tbs. chopped capers 2 cups fresh lime juice 1 cup caper juice 1 2/3 cups olive oil 2 Tbs. Dijon mustard PROCEDURE: Whisk together all ingredients. Serves one.

1/2 cup honey 3 Tbs. minced garlic (browned in olive oil) 3/4 cup truffle oil 4 Tbs. fresh chopped oregano pepper to taste

APRIL 2010

13. Lime popsicles.

22. Sleeping under a cozy down comforter with the windows cracked open on a chilly night. 23. Receiving your favorite magazine in the mail. 24. Holding hands in the car with your sweetie. 25. Sliding into clean, crisp sheets. 26. The smell of new leather golf gloves. 27. Sneaking into your children’s room to watch them sleep. 28. A perfectly greasy cheeseburger.

5. Waking up and realizing you are totally refreshed.

29. Choosing a bottle of wine by the pretty label— and then liking how it tastes when you uncork it.

6. Roasted peanuts and the crack of a bat at a baseball game.

30. Catching the sight of a falling star. 31. Finding the sock that went missing months ago.

7. Fantastic high heels that don’t even hurt.

32. An afternoon nap.

8. Jumping in the pool on a hot day.

33. A Friday night high school football game.

9. Choosing a piece of chocolate from a box … and getting the one you actually hoped for.

34. Watching birds building a nest.

WHAT TO EXPECT WITH A

Home Inspection When you are purchasing a property, a home inspection is an important aspect of the escrow process. After a purchase contract is accepted, there is a 10-day “Inspection Period” in which the buyer has the opportunity to cancel the contract if it is determined that the home’s condition is not satisfactory to the buyer. When choosing a home inspection company, be sure the inspector is a Certified Home Inspector with the Arizona Board of Technical Registration. This is the same government agency that licenses engineers, architects and surveyors. You can find out that information on the website www.btr.state.az.us. Secondly, know the experience level of the inspector. The state’s minimum requirement for obtaining a license is just 30 inspections. Look for an inspector that has hundreds of inspections under his or her belt. Lastly, be sure that the inspector has Errors & Omissions Insurance as well as General Liability Insurance. Your

21. Stepping out of the shower onto a soft, plush bath mat.

Realtor can help you with this and often is your best source for a referral. Sharon Wolf-Furman, Vice President of AJF Engineering, a home inspection company in the Valley, stresses the importance of understanding the scope of an inspection. “An inspection is a VISUAL inspection of MAJOR systems that are ACCESSIBLE in the home.” To break it down, homebuyers should realize that an inspector will not take apart systems to evaluate them. It is a visual inspection only. Secondly, they are there to inspect the major systems of a home such as heating, cooling, roofing, plumbing and electrical. They are not noting cosmetic issues such as scratches on a door or stained carpeting. Lastly, homebuyers should understand that an inspector cannot find problems with something that can’t be seen. For instance, they wouldn’t be able to move furniture and tear up carpeting to see that there is a crack in the slab. They can only inspect areas of

35. The chubby hands of a toddler.

the home that are visible. It’s important to also realize that an inspector determines the condition of the home on the day it is inspected. For instance, if we hadn’t received any rain recently, it would be almost impossible for an inspector to see that a window seal might be loose and that water would drip in when it rained. Sharon further explains, “Home inspectors are generalists. They have a strong knowledge of all the components and systems in a home. They are an excellent first line of defense for homebuyers in the evaluation of a home. A home inspector can find areas of concern or matters that may need further evaluation. If the inspector finds that there might be a problem with the A/C unit, then the homebuyer can hire a licensed A/C contractor to further investigate the issue.” A typical inspection takes about an hour per 1000 sq. ft. It’s often helpful if a potential homebuyer attends a portion of the inspection – usually near the end. The inspector can describe their findings and demonstrate first hand what they found.

Also, an inspector is an excellent source for an education of the home. They can point out where breaker boxes are, offer specific operating instructions for items that may not be familiar to you, etc. It’s crucial for homebuyers to understand not only the limitations of a home inspection, but also the importance of one. A reputable and knowledgeable home inspector can aid you significantly in the evaluation of a property; just what a homebuyer needs to know before proceeding with a purchase contract.

Phoenix Suns vs. San Antonio Spurs US Airways Center, April 7th 602.379.7867 or nba.com/suns Cheer on our very own Phoenix Suns as they slam-dunk their way to victory. 2010 has been a great year for the Suns with two players selected to play in the All-Star Game in Dallas. Special “Beat San Antonio” signs will be passed out to fans for that extra boost of spirit! Michael Buble US Airways Center, April 8th 602.379.2000 or usairwayscenter.com With the recent release of his new album Crazy Love, Michael Buble will be performing his biggest hits right here in Phoenix. Known as the modern-day Frank Sinatra, Buble has released many #1 hits. This show promises to be cinematic and at the same time an intimate experience with the performer. Scottsdale Culinary Festival Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza, April 13th – 18th 480.945.7193 or scottsdaleculinaryfestival.org There is just no other local festival that trumps this one-of-a-kind culinary experience. Partake in many great events including Bubbles and Bliss, Chef’s Wine Dinner and Best of the Fest. The event that always wows crowds is the Great Arizona Picnic featuring food from over 50 restaurants, cooking demonstrations, live entertainment and over 200 beers to sample. 6th Annual Pat’s Run Sun Devil Stadium, April 17th 480.621.4074 or pattillmanfoundation.org Join over 20,000 runners and walkers as they come together to celebrate the memory of football star and military hero Pat Tillman. Complete the 4.2 mile run/walk and continue the fun with a finish-line festival featuring live music, refreshments and an expo. This event raises funds for the Pat Tillman Foundation, which carries on Pat’s legacy of supporting our future generations with academic scholarships. Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps Gammage Auditorium, April 20th – 25th 480.965.5062 or asugammage.com This hysterically funny mystery will keep you on your toes with suspense and nonstop laughter. There are over 150 crazy characters that are all played by a talented cast of only four! The tale begins as a man with a very boring life meets a woman with a thick accent and soon finds her murdered! Buy your tickets ahead of time, this is sure to sell out! Evening in the Tropics Hyatt Gainey Ranch, April 24th 480.969.2308 or childcrisis.org/events Join this “tropical oasis in the desert” in support of the Child Crisis Center; an organization assisting children and families in our community burdened with troubled situations. This beautiful event showcases unique Hawaiian traditions, a silent and live auction, a fabulous meal and engaging entertainment.


10. The fizz of soda tickling your nose. 11. The smell of freshly cut grass. 12. The smile of a first grader who’s missing their front teeth.

Featuring Roy’s 7151 W. Ray Road • Chandler, AZ 480.705.7697 or roysrestaurant.com

14. A hug from your mom. 15. Hearing a baby laugh.

MAUI WOWIE TIGER SHRIMP SALAD

16. A perfectly brewed cup of tea.

SALAD INGREDIENTS: 3 pieces whole medium shrimp, poached and diced large 2 Tbs. fine diced sweet onions 2 Tbs. feta cheese, crumbled 1 1/2 tsp. capers 1/4 cup avocado diced large (same size as shrimp) 2 pieces hydro-bibb lettuce (cut into 1/8-inch strips) 6 slices vine-ripened tomatoes sliced 1/4 inch thick 1/4 cup caper lime vinaigrette (see recipe below) 1 tsp. scallion oil salt and pepper to taste 1 piece each popcorn shoot and bull’s blood, for garnish (if not available, any micro-green will substitute).

17. The sound of rain on the rooftop. 18. Picking just the right color lipstick—and using it all the way down to the bottom. 19. Getting choked up to the National Anthem. 20. Cuddling up to your adoring pet.

Sure, fancy cars and sparkling jewels are nice. But sometimes it’s the little things that really make us happy. This month, make sure you slow down enough to appreciate life’s simple pleasures. Here are a few to get you started … 1. The warm spring breeze rolling across your bare arms.

PROCEDURE: Ring mold will be needed to prepare salad. Use a PVC pipe that has been cut into these dimensions: 2 3/4 inches in height and 3 1/2 inches in diameter.

2. Lazily watching a ladybug meander across a plant. 3. Hearing your favorite song on the radio.

Layer tomatoes overlapping. Arrange tomatoes into bulls-eye formation with a round empty circle in the middle. Circle will be staging area to assemble salad without burying the red color of the tomatoes.

4. Sitting in the sun on a quiet, windless day all alone.

Into a mixing bowl combine capers, onions and hydro-bibb lettuce strips. Moisten with caper lime vinaigrette. Season with salt and pepper. Place ring mold into center of tomato ring. Gently place caper onion and hydro-bibb lettuce into ring mold. Keep it fluffy, do not smash. Repeat same procedure with avocado and shrimp. Gently place shrimp and avocado on top of lettuce mixture. Gently remove mold and moisten tomatoes with more caper lime vinaigrette. Drizzle scallion oil and sprinkle feta. Garnish and serve. CAPER LIME VINAIGRETTE INGREDIENTS: 1/4 cup diced shallots 2 Tbs. chopped capers 2 cups fresh lime juice 1 cup caper juice 1 2/3 cups olive oil 2 Tbs. Dijon mustard PROCEDURE: Whisk together all ingredients. Serves one.

1/2 cup honey 3 Tbs. minced garlic (browned in olive oil) 3/4 cup truffle oil 4 Tbs. fresh chopped oregano pepper to taste

APRIL 2010

13. Lime popsicles.

22. Sleeping under a cozy down comforter with the windows cracked open on a chilly night. 23. Receiving your favorite magazine in the mail. 24. Holding hands in the car with your sweetie. 25. Sliding into clean, crisp sheets. 26. The smell of new leather golf gloves. 27. Sneaking into your children’s room to watch them sleep. 28. A perfectly greasy cheeseburger.

5. Waking up and realizing you are totally refreshed.

29. Choosing a bottle of wine by the pretty label— and then liking how it tastes when you uncork it.

6. Roasted peanuts and the crack of a bat at a baseball game.

30. Catching the sight of a falling star. 31. Finding the sock that went missing months ago.

7. Fantastic high heels that don’t even hurt.

32. An afternoon nap.

8. Jumping in the pool on a hot day.

33. A Friday night high school football game.

9. Choosing a piece of chocolate from a box … and getting the one you actually hoped for.

34. Watching birds building a nest.

WHAT TO EXPECT WITH A

Home Inspection When you are purchasing a property, a home inspection is an important aspect of the escrow process. After a purchase contract is accepted, there is a 10-day “Inspection Period” in which the buyer has the opportunity to cancel the contract if it is determined that the home’s condition is not satisfactory to the buyer. When choosing a home inspection company, be sure the inspector is a Certified Home Inspector with the Arizona Board of Technical Registration. This is the same government agency that licenses engineers, architects and surveyors. You can find out that information on the website www.btr.state.az.us. Secondly, know the experience level of the inspector. The state’s minimum requirement for obtaining a license is just 30 inspections. Look for an inspector that has hundreds of inspections under his or her belt. Lastly, be sure that the inspector has Errors & Omissions Insurance as well as General Liability Insurance. Your

21. Stepping out of the shower onto a soft, plush bath mat.

Realtor can help you with this and often is your best source for a referral. Sharon Wolf-Furman, Vice President of AJF Engineering, a home inspection company in the Valley, stresses the importance of understanding the scope of an inspection. “An inspection is a VISUAL inspection of MAJOR systems that are ACCESSIBLE in the home.” To break it down, homebuyers should realize that an inspector will not take apart systems to evaluate them. It is a visual inspection only. Secondly, they are there to inspect the major systems of a home such as heating, cooling, roofing, plumbing and electrical. They are not noting cosmetic issues such as scratches on a door or stained carpeting. Lastly, homebuyers should understand that an inspector cannot find problems with something that can’t be seen. For instance, they wouldn’t be able to move furniture and tear up carpeting to see that there is a crack in the slab. They can only inspect areas of

35. The chubby hands of a toddler.

the home that are visible. It’s important to also realize that an inspector determines the condition of the home on the day it is inspected. For instance, if we hadn’t received any rain recently, it would be almost impossible for an inspector to see that a window seal might be loose and that water would drip in when it rained. Sharon further explains, “Home inspectors are generalists. They have a strong knowledge of all the components and systems in a home. They are an excellent first line of defense for homebuyers in the evaluation of a home. A home inspector can find areas of concern or matters that may need further evaluation. If the inspector finds that there might be a problem with the A/C unit, then the homebuyer can hire a licensed A/C contractor to further investigate the issue.” A typical inspection takes about an hour per 1000 sq. ft. It’s often helpful if a potential homebuyer attends a portion of the inspection – usually near the end. The inspector can describe their findings and demonstrate first hand what they found.

Also, an inspector is an excellent source for an education of the home. They can point out where breaker boxes are, offer specific operating instructions for items that may not be familiar to you, etc. It’s crucial for homebuyers to understand not only the limitations of a home inspection, but also the importance of one. A reputable and knowledgeable home inspector can aid you significantly in the evaluation of a property; just what a homebuyer needs to know before proceeding with a purchase contract.

Phoenix Suns vs. San Antonio Spurs US Airways Center, April 7th 602.379.7867 or nba.com/suns Cheer on our very own Phoenix Suns as they slam-dunk their way to victory. 2010 has been a great year for the Suns with two players selected to play in the All-Star Game in Dallas. Special “Beat San Antonio” signs will be passed out to fans for that extra boost of spirit! Michael Buble US Airways Center, April 8th 602.379.2000 or usairwayscenter.com With the recent release of his new album Crazy Love, Michael Buble will be performing his biggest hits right here in Phoenix. Known as the modern-day Frank Sinatra, Buble has released many #1 hits. This show promises to be cinematic and at the same time an intimate experience with the performer. Scottsdale Culinary Festival Scottsdale Civic Center Plaza, April 13th – 18th 480.945.7193 or scottsdaleculinaryfestival.org There is just no other local festival that trumps this one-of-a-kind culinary experience. Partake in many great events including Bubbles and Bliss, Chef’s Wine Dinner and Best of the Fest. The event that always wows crowds is the Great Arizona Picnic featuring food from over 50 restaurants, cooking demonstrations, live entertainment and over 200 beers to sample. 6th Annual Pat’s Run Sun Devil Stadium, April 17th 480.621.4074 or pattillmanfoundation.org Join over 20,000 runners and walkers as they come together to celebrate the memory of football star and military hero Pat Tillman. Complete the 4.2 mile run/walk and continue the fun with a finish-line festival featuring live music, refreshments and an expo. This event raises funds for the Pat Tillman Foundation, which carries on Pat’s legacy of supporting our future generations with academic scholarships. Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps Gammage Auditorium, April 20th – 25th 480.965.5062 or asugammage.com This hysterically funny mystery will keep you on your toes with suspense and nonstop laughter. There are over 150 crazy characters that are all played by a talented cast of only four! The tale begins as a man with a very boring life meets a woman with a thick accent and soon finds her murdered! Buy your tickets ahead of time, this is sure to sell out! Evening in the Tropics Hyatt Gainey Ranch, April 24th 480.969.2308 or childcrisis.org/events Join this “tropical oasis in the desert” in support of the Child Crisis Center; an organization assisting children and families in our community burdened with troubled situations. This beautiful event showcases unique Hawaiian traditions, a silent and live auction, a fabulous meal and engaging entertainment.


Scottsdale Mountain Market Report

Each issue we will report on the previous period’s activity. This issue reflects activity for January through February, 2010. • There are currently 28 Active Listings in Scottsdale Mountain with an average of 203 Days on the Market. This compares with the last two-month period of 28 Active Listings and 194 Days on Market. Not significantly different.

April 2010

• For January/February the average square footage price for Active Listings was $230.16, only a slight decrease from the $232.49 reported for the previous two-month period. • The average square footage price for Closed Sales for January/February however, was $190.61. This is slightly down from the $192.45 of the previous two-month period but up from $182.48 for the previous period. In the January/February period there were 4 Closed Sales and 5 Pending /AWC (Active With Contingencies – means it is under contract but there are contingencies with the contract that have not been taken care of yet and the property is still being marketed for backup offers). In the previous reporting period there were 6 Closed and 5 Pending. Although many of the numbers are similar, the mix is a little different. During the last two months, of the 9 properties under contract 5 of them had a list price above $700,000. This is very healthy for this community when you consider that the luxury market has been the sector performing most poorly in the past year. This supports our contention that the market has bottomed, we are starting the slow climb up, and there is money out there to buy luxury homes . . . it’s just a bit cautious to jump back into the market. We think that our report in the next issue will continue to reflect a stabilized and slowly strengthening market with a growing percentage of purchases in the luxury sector. Don’t misunderstand this to mean the floodgates will open. It just means that, each month, as we look back at the previous year, we will see a noticeable uptick in sales prices and closed price per square foot. As always, if you need a market analysis or help in buying or selling real estate, give us a call. For over 24 years we have helped our clients achieve their real estate goals in residential, land, commercial and investment properties.

www.ThePeggyRauchGroup.com

REAL ESTATE ACTIVITY IN

SIMPLE PLEASURES

PENDING SALES Address

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath Price/Sq. Ft.

List Price

13832 E. Paradise Ln.

1858 / 3 / 2

$202

$375,000

13740 E. Geronimo Rd. 1858 / 3 / 2

$210

$390,000

12091 N. 137th Way

2847 / 3 / 2.5

$158

$439,000

13717 E. Columbine Dr. 3036 / 4 / 2.5

$206

$625,000

11969 N. 139th Pl.

4320 / 3 / 4

$162

$700,000

12472 N. 133rd Pl.

4487 / 5 / 4

$173

$775,000

13615 E. Windrose Dr.

5061 / 5 / 4.5

$233

$1,177,000

CLOSED SALES

Peggy Rauch

Michael Meinerz

Peggy@PeggyRauch.com

Michael@PeggyRauch.com

602.206.3336

602.882.0075

Address

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath Price/Sq. Ft. Sold Price

COE

12139 N. 138th St.

2223 / 4 / 2

$159 $352,500

02/25/10

12284 N. 136th Pl.

3521 / 4 / 3.5

$213 $750,000

01/08/10

12918 E. Corrine Dr.

4669 / 4 / 4.5

$198 $925,000

02/16/10

12434 N. 138th Pl.

4929 / 5 / 4.5

$193 $950,000

02/03/10

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

7001 N. Scottsdale Rd. #1020 • Scottsdale, AZ 85253 If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

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

Home Inspections

Relishing Life’s Little Gifts

An Important Tool for Buyers

Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine

Roy’s Maui Wowie Shrimp Salad Scottsdale Mountain’s

Hot Real Estate Listings

Scottsdale Mountain April 10  

Scottsdale Mountain Real Estate Activity