For Sale in Sun City West, Arizona
Just listed in the beautiful adult community of Sun City West, Arizona! This lovely move-in ready retirement home is two bedrooms, two baths with 1,160 square feet. Popular Del Webb Woodbury floor plan has a large living room, dining room and updated kitchen.
Tile flooring in the kitchens, bathrooms and hallways! Kitchen features include white appliances, updated cabinets and counters, and a cozy eat-in nook. Well-appointed master suite with a walk-n shower, spacious walk-in closet, and updated bathroom vanity.
Amazing laundry room that doubles as a hobby room or workshop! Approximately 204 additional square footage in this very usable space. Great curb appeal with easy maintenance desert landscaping and an extended tile patio with a walled in area which is great for pets.
Retirement in Sun City West, Arizona includes activities for all walks of life, golf, hiking, biking, hobbies, crafts, entertainment and so much more. This home is move-in ready and priced to sell. Click here to see the full listing information. For a private tour, contact me today!
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Sharon Mason - Associate Broker RE/MAX Professionals 623-810-9988
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National Housing Report
A sixth consecutive month of declining home sales in January
contributed to the largest year-over-year inventory increase in at least ten
years, according to the RE/MAX National
While year-over-year home sales dropped eleven percent – extending
a streak that began in August – inventory grew year-over-year by an average of
6.4 percent across the report’s fifty-four U.S. metro areas. January marked the
fourth consecutive month of year-over-year inventory growth – further reversing
a decade-long trend of shrinking inventory. December 2018’s year-over-year
inventory growth of 4.7 percent was the previous record in the report’s
“The winter chill extended to the housing market in January, as
home sales remained cool,” said RE/MAX CEO Adam Contos. “The good news is that
inventory levels in January continued to rise on a year-over-year basis,
providing incremental improvement in what’s been a multi-year shortage of
for-sale homes. This is a positive for homebuyers, as the market continues to
swing their way.”
The median sales price of $234,000 was a report record for
January, increasing 4.6 percent over January 2018. But the rate of sales price
increase was considerably less than the 6.7 percent posted from January 2017 to
January 2018. December 2018 was the only month since January 2012 to show a
year-over-year decline in median sales price. Fifty-nine days on market was a
record low for January sold listings – averaging one day less than the 60
posted in January 2018. January’s 3.9-month supply of inventory was higher than
the 3.4-month supply of January 2018.
“Underlying demand remains solid overall, as evidenced by
widespread price increases,” said Contos. “So the housing market, while not
markedly busy in January, remains relatively healthy. Furthermore, with
interest rates stabilizing and home-price increases slowing, the spring selling
season shapes up to be as interesting as any we have seen in years.”
Of the 54 metro areas surveyed in January 2019, the overall
average number of home sales was down 26.1 percent compared to December 2018,
and down 11.0 percent compared to January 2018. In January 2019, the median of
all 54 metro Median Sales Prices was $234,000, down 2.5 percent from December
2018, and up 4.6 percent from January 2018. The average Days on Market for
homes sold in January 2019 was fifty-nine, up four days from the average in
December 2018, and down one day from the January 2018 average. For more info,
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National Housing Report for January 2019.
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3 Healthy Tips for National Heart Health Month
February is National Heart Health Month and the perfect time to be good to your heart and get a checkup. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women in the United States. Also, more than sixty-seven million Americans have high blood pressure which unfortunately makes them four times more likely to die from a stroke and three times more likely to die from heart disease, compared to those with normal blood pressure according to data from the CDC. Here are 3 healthy tips for National Heart Health Month to help keep your heart in tip-top ticking shape.
1.) Eat a healthy and balanced diet that is high in fiber, including fresh fruits and vegetables and avoid foods high in sodium and trans-fat.
2.) Exercise for 30 minutes a day at least five times a week. If 30 minutes is too much, start with 10-minute intervals of physical activity. Please talk to a health care professional before starting a new fitness routine.
3.) According to the American Heart Association (AHA) chronic stress can also increase your risk for heart disease. Make time to reduce stress and relax more by taking time to sit quietly, breathe deeply, and think of peaceful things. Whenever possible, try to avoid triggering or negative situations and focus on positive thinking and solutions.
In addition, the AHA is sponsors a free online support program available to residents living in the Northwest Valley. Registration is free, simple and fast, and for people with limited mobility, going online may be the perfect way to connect in a safe, cost-free environment for interaction, encouragement and advice. This AHA online support group is a community of people who have been diagnosed with heart disease, a congenital heart defect or stroke, and their caregivers. Click here to join the free online community.
Throughout the year, be heart smart by making small, positive changes toward a healthy lifestyle so that you can enjoy retirement. spread the word and help those you love take measures to care for their heart too!
Your Arizona Retirement Expert,
West Valley Hearing Loss Association to Host Presentation in Sun City
Did you know? Approximately one in three people between the ages of 65 and 74 has hearing loss, and nearly half of those older than 75 has difficulty hearing according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders. Hearing loss is a common problem for older adults and those with hearing loss may find it hard to have conversations with friends and family. They may also have trouble understanding a doctor’s advice, responding to warnings, and hearing doorbells and alarms. Studies have also shown that aging adults with hearing loss have a greater risk of developing dementia than older adults with normal hearing.
Sun City is aware of the impact of hearing loss on it’s aging active adults and is seeking to help. The Hearing Loss Association of America’s West Valley Chapter will welcome Keri Reynolds, a bilateral cochlear implant recipient and an Outreach Manager with Med El, for a presentation on dementia and hearing loss on Tuesday, Feb. 12 from 1-3 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 12225 N. 103rd Ave., in Sun City.
Ms. Reynolds will talk about the link between dementia and hearing loss. This is a particularly important topic for individuals with hearing loss. Older people who can’t hear well may become depressed, or they may withdraw from others because they feel frustrated or embarrassed about not understanding what is being said. Sometimes, older people are mistakenly thought to be confused, unresponsive, or uncooperative because they don’t hear well. Hearing problems that are ignored or untreated can get worse but thankfully there are options such as hearing aids, special training, certain medicines, and surgery.
The Chapter will continue its meeting with a presentation about InnoCaption by Matt Goncalves and Cristina Duarte, founders of InnoCaption. InnoCaption is a free mobile app for Apple and Android smartphones, which provide real-time captioning on incoming and outgoing phone calls, for the oral deaf and the hard of hearing. Please bring questions and concerns, and family and friends to join the discussion.
For more things to do in Sun City or for information about available homes for sale in Arizona retirement communities, please contact Sharon Mason today! As full-service, full-time REALTOR© for RE/MAX Professionals, I specialize in Arizona retirement communities, Surprise Arizona and surrounding areas. I bring a strong combination of customer service, sales, market knowledge and marketing to benefit my clients and follow the highest standards of customer service and ethics to conduct business on your behalf!
Is it Time to Sell Your Home?
Retirement communities are my specialty in Arizona, including the communities of Sun City, Sun City West, Corte Bella, Sun City Grand, Sun Village, Arizona Traditions Sun City Festival, Trillogy at Vistancia and many others.
As a professional real estate consultant, I have made a commitment to learn about various floor plans built in the retirement communities, asset preservation fees and the amenities offered at our beautiful recreation centers.
In today’s market, pricing your home correctly is very important as we begin to see an increase in inventory of homes on the market in the coming months. The spring market is an excellent time for both home buyers and homeowners who are ready to sell their properties.
Is it time to sell? I can help you find out by providing a free, quick, no obligation comparative market analysis on your home. Simply click here and fill in the details. I will email or mail a copy of what your home could sell for in today’s market.
I look forward to assisting you with your retirement needs in Arizona.