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Selling homes in metro Phoenix is a popular career again, thanks to rising home prices and sales. GETTY IMAGES
Number of Phoenix real estate agents grows Catherine Reagor Columnist Arizona Republic USA TODAY NETWORK
Selling homes in metro Phoenix is a popular career again, thanks to rising home prices and sales. More new names are popping up on Valley “for sale” signs, and real estate licensing classes are getting fuller. And then the career path got a little viral boost from Lauren Burnham, the fiancee of ABC’s The Bachelor, Scottsdale real estate agent Arie Luyendyk Jr. Burnham recently moved to Phoenix and tweeted out to her many followers that she’s working on getting her real estate license. Some have begun to worry that the jump in agents is a concerning sign that another housing
“Getting a real estate license isn’t too difficult. But just because people take classes and pass a test, doesn’t mean they will make money.” Bobby Lieb
Real estate agent, HomeSmart Elite
bust could be looming. But while the number of real estate agents in Arizona is on the rise, according to the Arizona Department of Real Estate, it’s not near boom — or event bust — levels. Is “every other person in the Valley in the process or have the Real Estate license? Reminds me of 2006 all over again,” said a recent tweet I received from @Andyaz77. It was in response to a column I wrote a few weeks ago about the possibility of home values rebounding to 2006 levels this month. Home prices are close to rebound levels, but the number of real estate agents is still below both the boom and crash. Now, there are about 73,500 real estate agents and brokers licensed in Arizona, according to the See REAGOR, Page 3R
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AS SEEN ON TV - ABC 15 Home Hunter Show Today. MLS# - 5756841 Lustrous leaded glass panels shine like sparkling jewels in Bedrooms - 4 the crown of this remarkable home. Open living spaces, 12’ ceilings and dual-pane windows imbue the interior with an Bathrooms - 4 Pool - Yes airy ambiance. An entertainer’s delight, the family room has an entertainment wall, wet bar and wall-width sliding glass doors. Sq. Ft. - 3,509 Fit for a chef, the eat-in kitchen is well-appointed. The versatile Parking - 3-Car Garage split-plan guest quarters is perfect for multi-generational living Lot Size - 12,360 sq. ft. or overnight guests, with a private garage entrance. Use the den ZIP Code - 85259 with beautiful built-ins as a home office. The generous back yard features a sizable pebble-finish pool/spa, covered patio Online Pics - ThoseCallaways.com and gated side yard. – Joseph Callaway Price - $775,000
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Valley Home Values DONE DEALS TOP DOLLAR Casitas, golf-course views and infinityedge pools are among the luxurious features in this week’s most expensive home sales in metropolitan Phoenix.
$5,250,000 Gary Riessen and his wife, Judith, owners of Covered Bridge Ranch in Colorado, paid cash for their Santa Fe-style mansion in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. The 11,625-squarefoot custom house has seven bedrooms and 81⁄2 bathrooms. The house sits on over two acres and has more than 4,000 square feet of covered patios. The house is fitted with a ceiling of exposed beams and inverted saltillo tiles, as well as sculptured plaster domes, beams and recessed lighting in the great room and dining room. The house also has a 2,500-square-foot guest casita, outdoor fireplaces, spa and an infinityedge pool that overlooks the surrounding desert. R. Lawrence Montgomery and his wife, Sherry, sold the home.
$4,700,000 John Kieckhefer, president of Kieckhefer Associates, Inc., and Katherine Tobin paid cash through their trust for this mansion in Scottsdale’s Silverleaf at DC Ranch. The 7,520-square-foot Mediterranean-style house has four bedrooms and 41⁄2 bathrooms and features a circular brick driveway. The house has marble accents and wood flooring throughout, an open floorplan, interior fireplace and a giant marble island in the kitchen. The living room has telescoping doors. The master bathroom has a freestanding tub and an immense shower with a glass door and marble walls. The backyard has a pool and spa with views of the surrounding desert. Remog Properties LLC, a Missouri limited liability company, sold the house.
Gary Riessen and his wife, Judith, owners of Covered Bridge Ranch in Colorado, paid cash for their 11,625-square-foot custom mansion in Scottsdale’s Desert Mountain community. MIKE DOYLE/RUSS LYON SOTHEBY’S REALTY
ings and an open floor plan, a gourmet kitchen, custom cabinetry and marble countertops. The master suite has its own stone fireplace and glass doors that open to the backyard with pool and spa. The master suite also has his/ her walk-in closets and a spacious master bathroom. Regal American Homes LLC, an Arizona limited liability company, sold the house.
Michael Eagleton and his wife, Andrea, paid cash through their trust for this house in Paradise Valley’s Paradise Country Estates. The 7,607-square-foot custom house has five bedrooms and 61⁄2 bathrooms and includes high ceil-
Richard Scalise, co-founder of Hearthside Food Solutions LLC, and his wife Virginia paid cash for this four-bedroom, five-bathroom house in Scottsdale’s Silverleaf community. The 7,051square-foot house is a custom remodel
that sits on the 10th fairway of Silverleaf Golf Course. The home features Chicago brick flooring and fireplace surrounds throughout, with a gourmet kitchen that has a custom zinc island. The great room features 24 feet of glass doors perfect for indoor/outdoor entertaining. The home is also fitted throughout with wood flooring, beamed ceilings, a full wet bar and a 160-plus bottle wine fridge. The home theatre comes with sound-proof custom suede walls and an iron staircase leads up to a library sitting area with built-in bookcases. The backyard features four gas fire features, a swim-up pool, spa and covered ramada with full outdoor kitchen. Odell L’Heureux Jr., Phoenix Office Managing Partner for Andersen Consulting / Accenture, sold the home.
$3,100,000 The Donna L. Moore Irrevocable trust purchased this house in Scottsdale’s Silverleaf at DC Ranch community. The house is one of a limited offering of twelve Villas and seven Club Cottages near the Clubhouse in Silverleaf. The residences will feature Mediterraneaninspired elements and a Southwest design, with views of the golf course, city lights and McDowell mountains. Peter Niederman, former CEO of Kentwood Real Estate, and his wife, Linda, sold the home. Researched by Lorraine Longhi and the Information Market.
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OPEN TODAY 1–4PM. Light and airy, this lovely home wows with 12-foothigh ceilings and a wealth of volume view windows that dapple the floors with natural light. Ready for you to move in and make your own, the front of this beauty is dressed with pristine desert landscaping highlighted by a statuesque saguaro, while inside, the floor plan features a versatile split-plan with guest quarters (with a private garage entrance) ideal for guests, multi-generational living or perhaps the nanny. Nestled inside a quiet gated community, the home’s gorgeous gathering spaces include an expansive family room that shows off with handsome media wall/art display niches, an inset fireplace, an entertainer’s wet bar and wall-width sliding doors to the patio
and pool areas. Sure to please the discerning chef, the well-appointed kitchen sparkles with stainless appliances, rich cabinetry, dual ovens and a large eat-at island. Next door, the sunlit breakfast room is perfect for casual dining, meals on-the-go or afterschool homework and snacks. At the end of the day, visit the master suite, a romantic retreat with a self-indulgent bath flattered by a glass-block snail shower and a soothing jetted tub. Meanwhile, alfresco amenities include a crystal-clear pebble-finish pool, heated spa, low-maintenance landscaping and a trim of towering palm trees. Also: a plethora of patio exits make for easy-breezy indoor/ outdoor living and entertaining. (4BD; 4BA; 3,509SF)
OPEN HOUSE EXTRAVAGANZA IN FINISTERRE! We will have several Finisterre homes open today, including this elegant move-in-ready Mediterranean jewel that features dramatic Camelback Mountain views — and it just had a HUGE price reduction! From the front, this sophisticated estate is dressed with an eye-catching circular drive, towering palm trees and a luxuriant lawn, while inside, the distinctive décor wows with grand chandelier-lit formal rooms as well as a fabulous family room designed for seamless indoor/outdoor living and entertaining — especially since it enjoys wallwidth sheer glass doors that open to the impressive alfresco amenities. Crisp and modern, the chef ’s kitchen visually sizzles with a soaring rotunda-style ceiling motif,
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gorgeous midnight-black granite counters and stunning snow-white contemporary cabinetry. Meanwhile, the lavish master retreat shows off with a blissful boudoir, a pampering private bath and dual dressing closets. Along with a beautiful pool, the rear grounds are highlighted by an emerald-green lawn, mature citrus trees, a spillover spa and a gently cascading waterfall. A full guest casita plus expansive flagstone decks, a barbecue island and a spacious covered patio (with both a bar and a fireplace) add a splash of super-stylish panache to this sublime scene. Additional details: plush media room, executive office, wine cellar, wet bar. Visit tourfactory. com/1808562. Offered at $3,000,000. (5BD; 5.5BA; 8,595SF)
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department. Thatâ€™s compares to 86,000 real estate agents and brokers during the peak in 2006, and about 80,000 at the bottom of the crash in late 2011. The top years for metro Phoenix home sales are 2005 and 2011. The boom drew a record number of speculators pumping up sales and prices. The crash drew many investors snatching up foreclosure homes for bargain prices. Veteran Phoenix real estate agent Bobby Lieb said people who become agents thinking itâ€™s easy money will be disappointed.
â€œGetting a real estate license isnâ€™t too difficult,â€? said Lieb, of HomeSmart Elite. â€œBut just because people take classes and pass a test, doesnâ€™t mean they will make money.â€? He said making money selling real estate in the Valley now is â€œhard workâ€? and often a seven-day a week job. During the boom, easy money selling homes drew in many new agents who left other jobs. In 2005, I profiled a 25-year-old real Valley real estate agent who had been a teacher but had just got her license a few months before. She was doing multiple sales a day with investors. I watched her finalize one home sale on the trunk of her car after getting a rush appraisal. Lieb said those days are long gone,
and he doesnâ€™t see them coming back. He advises new agents to find a mentor. Homes priced below $300,000 in the Valley are selling fast now, often on the first day they are listed if the house is in good shape and in a popular neighborhood. But agents have to work harder because of the growing competition. A buyer looking to pay $300,000 or less may get outbid or lose out to other buyers who make offers faster. There are plenty of investors willing to pay cash for houses in that price range so they can flip or turn them into rentals. David Meek, a Phoenix agent with Keller Williams Realty, said itâ€™s typical now to show a client 30 or 40 homes if they are looking in that price range.
Analysis: HUD plan would raise rents for the poor by 20 percent Juliet Linderman and Larry Fenn ASSOCIATED PRESS
CHARLESTON, S.C. â€“ Housing Secretary Ben Carson says his latest proposal to raise rents would mean a path toward self-sufficiency for millions of low-income households across the United States by pushing more people to find work. For Ebony Morris and her four small children, it could mean homelessness. Morris lives in Charleston, South Carolina, where most households receiving federal housing assistance would see their rent go up an average 26 percent, according to an analysis done by Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and provided exclusively to The Associated Press. But her increase would be nearly double that. Overall, the analysis shows that in the nationâ€™s 100 largest metropolitan areas, low-income tenants â€” many of whom have jobs â€” would have to pay roughly 20 percent more each year for rent under the plan. That rent increase is about six times greater than the growth in average hourly earnings, putting the poorest workers at an increased risk of homelessness because wages simply havenâ€™t kept pace with housing expenses. â€œI saw public housing as an option to get on my feet, to pay 30 percent of my income and get myself out of debt and eventually become a homeowner,â€? said
Morris, whose monthly rent would jump from $403 to $600. â€œBut this would put us in a homeless state.â€? Roughly 4 million low-income households receiving HUD assistance would be affected by the proposal. HUD estimates that about 2 million would be affected immediately, while the other 2 million would see rent increases phased in after six years. The proposal, which needs congressional approval, is the latest attempt by the Trump administration to scale back the social safety net, under the belief that charging more for rent will prompt those receiving federal assistance to enter the workforce and earn more income. â€œItâ€™s our attempt to give poor people a way out of poverty,â€? Carson said in a recent interview with Fox News. At an event in Detroit on Thursday, Carson said the proposal is the result of budget constraints. He said the plan could change based on funding for the agency, adding that HUD has already begun working with Congress. â€œThe reason that we had to even consider rent increases is because weâ€™re working with a specific budget,â€? Carson said. â€œAnd in order not to have to raise rents on the elderly and the disabled or to displace people who are already in programs, that was the only option.â€? â€œThe original rent increases were to make sure we didnâ€™t have to raise rents on elderly and disabled people,â€? Carson said. â€œNow we have some increased
funding, weâ€™re not going toâ€? have to, he said. The analysis shows that families would be disproportionately impacted. Of the 8.3 million people affected by the proposal, more than 3 million are children. That stands in stark contrast to Carsonâ€™s focus on children and education, which is woven into his memoirs and embedded in the very foundation of his namesake reading rooms tucked into elementary schools across the country. It also runs contrary to research, housing experts say. â€œThereâ€™s no evidence that raising rents causes people to work more,â€? said Will Fischer, a senior policy analyst at the policy center, which advocates for the poor. One rainy spring morning Morris tried to wrangle her rowdy children into a minivan as they chased each other in a circle in the yard, a small patch of grass in front of the red brick house she rents in a housing complex. Sheâ€™d taken a rare day off work so she could attend a school orientation. Morris moved to Charleston three years ago from Summerville, South Carolina, to go to school. Sheâ€™s since earned her associateâ€™s degree in health science. Sheâ€™s a full-time pediatric assistant, sometimes working 50 hours a week just to get by. Her children, ages 3, 4, 7 and 10, would be hit hardest by the rent increase, she said.
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Question: We made an offer in the evening on a home in Glendale. In our offer we said that the seller had 24 hours to accept our offer or our offer would be withdrawn. The next morning my husband found a much better home for the same price. Do we have to wait 24 hours to see if the seller of the first home will accept our offer? Answer: No. A buyer generally can withdraw an offer to purchase a home at any time prior to acceptance of the offer by the seller, even if the buyer had given the seller a specific time period to accept the offer. Note: If the seller of the first home wanted to have the entire 24 hours to decide whether to accept your offer, this seller could pay you a small amount, e.g., $100, that would require you to keep the offer open for the entire 24 hours.
US long-term mortgage rates fall ASSOCIATED PRESS
WASHINGTON â€“ Long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell this week for the second straight week, providing a helpful jolt for potential home buyers. Last weekâ€™s decline followed weeks of increases that pushed long-term loan rates to their highest levels in seven years. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac said Thursday the average rate on 30year, fixed-rate mortgages was 4.54 percent, down from 4.56 percent last week. The average benchmark rate has been running at its highest levels since 2011. By contrast, the 30-year rate averaged 3.89 percent a year ago.
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Whichever look you favor, contrast may be key to maximizing visual impact, according to Susan Williams, a principal with WilliamsWaldron, a Phoenix-based firm that manages sales and marketing for The Enclave at Borgata condo community in Scottsdale. Indeed, contrasting paint, furniture and accessory colors can create a strong impression, Williams said. You should also think about texture, which is the perception of how materials look and feel. Contrasting textures include rough or bumpy versus smooth; looped or knotted versus satiny; and velvety versus grainy. “Think about placing two contrasting textures near each other,” Williams said, adding that for finishes, having different cabinets and countertops between a freestanding kitchen island and wall-mounted cabinets can make a huge impact. DRAMATIC DESIGNS; continued on page R-5
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A seemingly unlimited choice in light fixtures helps to create a unique space â€” especially in the kitchen, said Sue Goodrich, vice president of sales and marketing for Cachet Homes. Also in the kitchen: â€œHigher ceilings and taller upper cabinets help to create volume,â€? Goodrich said. â€œLarge stainless-steel hoods make a great statement, too.â€? In the living area, an oversized piece of art can enliven the space in a dramatic way, Williams said, while you can add interest with wall trim as well, both Gerster and Goodrich point out. Crown molding, base molding or wall trim such as chair rails or wainscoting (panels applied to walls) â€œwill feel upscale,â€? Gerster said. Goodrich agreed, remarking that crown molding and wainscoting â€œadd a lot of character to a home.â€? Shiplap, reclaimed wood and wallpaper can customize small spaces and make them feel more exciting, Gerster said. â€œPorcelain floor tiles in light colors will make rooms feel spacious and upscale,â€? she said. â€œTheyâ€™re available in wood-look planks, gray textures
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For Sale by Owner North Phoenix Aviano Community 3848 E. Expedition Way Phoenix, AZ 85050 Single Family home â€“ Detached $799,000.00 â€“ Priced For a Quick Sale! Call for showing: 480695-1663 No realtors please Popular Venado floor plan with casita 5 bedrooms and 4.5 baths. This home features a dramatic circular foyer which opens to a spacious great room with dining area. Gourmet kitchen features a large island with bar seating, separate walk-in pantry and breakfast area. The master bedroom suite has his and her walk-in closets, a luxurious master bath including dual vanities, soaking tub, and spacious separate shower. In additional to the 5 bedrooms, this home also includes a beautiful study and a three-car garage. Back yard perfect for entertaining with large covered patios, built in BBQ, oversized pool and spa. 3 fireplaces, carpet and tile flooring, Subdivision: Village 5 at Aviano Approximate square feet: 4,400 Heating; forced air Cooling: Central Air Built: 2005 School District: Elementary Wildfire Elementary School - Jr. High School: Explorer Middle School â€“High school, Pinnacle High School. $799,000.00 â€“ Priced For a Quick Sale! 480-695-1663
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Campus Court Apartments Walk to ASU, 1 Br $767, 2Br $870 and Casitas $950. Some Util. Incl. 480-516-0433
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Phoenix-North Central Residential Rentals Freshly Painted 3 Bed Home W/ Gar. Fenced yard. Indian School & 7th Ave. $1,175. 602-265-6490
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Question: Is a notice from a
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landlord good if it is taped to my front door?
Readers who have non-emergency, general landlord-tenant, fair housing or multi-housing real estate questions can mail them to:
It has been three years since the AMA partnered with Maricopa County to launch its statewide smoke-free program for the apartment industry. The AMA offers: â€˘ Education to apartment owners, developers and managers regarding the dangers and health risks of smoking and the cost savings of going smoke-free â€˘ Assistance to help properties become smoke-free
Not Sure Where to Start? Checkout our website for more information: www.azmultihousing.org Attention residents, be sure to checkout Arizona Smoke-Free Livingâ€™s Housing Directory to find your next Smoke-Free community: http://www.azsmokefreeliving.org/
Answer: Generally no.
If the renter acknowledges receipt of the notice, then it is good. If the landlord desires notice to be good, the landlord must either; personally serve an occupant of the apartment who is (1) of suitable age (fourteen and older), (2) suitable discretion; and (3) actually lives in the apartment unit, or send the notice by certified mail (return receipt requested) which will typically add five days to the time when the notice becomes effective.
The Arizona Republic c/o Rental Team, 200 E. Van Buren Street, Second Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85004. While all cannot be answered in this weekly column, we will attempt to publish those questions that would be of interest to most readers. For specific or urgent advice, consult your own legal advisors before making a decision. Legal Q&A participating attorneys: Scott Clark (602) 957-7877
Matt Koglmeier (480) 962-5353
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Keep kids safe in residential parking lots Rent Smart Courtney Gilstrap LeVinus Guest Columnist
Parking lots can be very dangerous. According to the National Safety Council, more than 50,000 crashes occur annually in parking lots and parking garages. With school out for the summer, kids are out and about. It’s extremely important to pay attention in community parking structures. Electronics can be very distracting. According to a poll conducted by the National Safety Council, 66 percent of people nationwide say they would make phone calls in parking lots. Additionally, 52 percent of people polled said they would use social media, 52 percent
would send texts and 63 percent would program their GPS in parking lots. If you decide to use your phone or program your GPS, be sure to do it in your car while parked. Once you are ready to navigate
through your community’s parking lot or garage, stay alert. Keep an eye out for strollers, small children and other pedestrians. Check the area thoroughly before pulling in or backing out of a parking spot. Stay alert
while driving through the parking lot or garage. Although you are in a familiar setting, it is still important to be cautious. Remember to use your turn signal when indicating which direction you plan to go, and anticipate the actions of the other drivers. Whether returning to our apartment home, or in a rush to leave the complex, sometimes we speed through the residential parking area. This is very dangerous. Kids can suddenly appear . This summer, be sure to leave a little earlier, go slow and pay attention to what is going on around you. The Arizona Multihousing Association is the statewide trade association for the apartment industry, representing more than 2,000 members in legislative, legal and regulatory matters.
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