I make it a point to make sure I personally visit every community on our website and it had been a while since I’d visited Trilogy Verde River, so I took a trip out to see how things are progressing.
Often underrated and overlooked because it is sandwiched between the large Del Webb Sun City communities, Arizona Traditions is worth a second look. Take a look at the tour and let me know if you agree!
The Sundome in Sun City West will soon be a distant memory, only to be remembered through historic photos. ASU sold it in Feb 2013 to a development company, and demolition is currently underway to make room for a new shopping center
Arizona Traditions Golf Club will host the Surprise Rotary Foundation’s fifth annual Rotary Classic golf tournament on Sep 7th with a 7 a.m. shotgun start.
The annually scheduled closure at the Sun City West Sports Pavilion for routine maintenance will shut down bowling, billiards, shuffleboard and other activities Jul 28th – Aug 11th.
Dreamland Villa hasn’t changed much since it was completed in the mid-1970’s by Farnsworth, but there are some big plans by the city of Mesa that will mean big changes to Dreamland Villa and nearby Velda Rose
New home builders in Phoenix area 55+ retirement communities have adjusted their pricing in response to current and anticipated market demand. The two most notable changes are Trilogy at Vistancia, who increased their new home prices $30,000 – $80,000 and CantaMia, who decreased their pricing $40,000 – $85,000.
A successful short sale typically takes around 4-6 months to get an answer from the bank, and then you’ll have another 30 days to close after you get an approval from the bank. The key word being “successful,” because lots of short sale contracts just end up in limbo.
In an upwardly trending market, buyers are thrilled that their home is worth more at the time they close on it than it was when they signed the contract a few months ago, but….and in a down market, that can mean lots of time for the prices in the area to trend downward too.
Seniors looking for affordable golf retirement will find that Arizona is a goldmine. With more than 30 golf retirement communities to choose from in the Phoenix area alone, you’ll have lots of options if you want to actually live in a golf retirement community.