Oct. 5, 2017

4420 W Braided Rein Lot 2, Flagstaff, AZ 86005

Rosa Leonardis & Kelly Broaddus | 928-607-8026 | Contact Us

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 4420 W Braided Rein Lot 2, Flagstaff, AZ 86005

Gorgeous Ranch Style 3 Bedroom Home in Flagstaff Ranch

3 Beds |  2.5 Baths | $599,900

PRICE JUST REDUCED on this beautiful single level home located in one of Flagstaff's exclusive private-gated community, Flagstaff Ranch. Step inside the living area with attractive stone fireplace ideal for the holidays and those chilly evenings. 

  • Newly painted and stained sidings
  • Custom covered patio
  • Beautiful hardwood floors
  • Energy efficient with a ''whole house fan'' which pulls the hot air out in the summer reducing the need to use the AC

This 3 bedroom home features a desirable bright open floor plan for easy entertaining. The Kitchen, Dining and Living Space are Open to Each Other.

  • Island with seating
  • Recessed lighting
  • Elegant back splash
  • Ample Cabinetry 
  • Stainless steel appliances with granite counters

The master bedroom features an en suite bath with huge walk in closet.

  • Walk in closet
  • Jetted tub
  • Shower with bench

There is an oversized 2 car garage which provides ample storage. Enjoy those perfect Flagstaff summer evenings in your own private oasis while sitting out back on your beautiful custom patio surrounded by Aspen and Ponderosa trees.

Photos and more information here: http://www.northernarizonafinehomes.com/property/169008/

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Location

 I-40 West or West Rt 66 to Flagstaff Ranch Road, south through the gate, first right on Braided Rein house is on the right. This home is conveniently located close to shopping, pools, fitness center and popular restaurants in Flagstaff Ranch! 

Attractions & Recreation

The nearest hiking trail is Dry Lake Trail, a short trail extends from Woody Mountain Rd. to Flagstaff Ranch Rd. Hike and bike in summer and ski during winter. Elk, deer and migratory birds are a treat to residents who love to nature watch.

Schools

 Nearby schools include Manuel De Miguel Elementary (PK-5), Mount Elden Middle (6-8), Flagstaff High (9-12).

Flagstaff Ranch Neighborhood Information

 Flagstaff Ranch is one of the most desired private-gated community in Flagstaff. Residents enjoy the Jerry Pate-designed 18-hole championship golf course, clubhouse, fitness center, pool, tennis and more. Check out Flagstaff Ranch on our golf community site.

Contact Rosa Leonardis at 928-607-8026 or Kelly Broaddus at l 888-4465602 to see this gorgeous ranch style home in Flagstaff Ranch or other houses for sale in Flagstaff.

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Sept. 29, 2017

Kelly Broaddus Brings Home National Honor

by Joselyn Uy

Broker Agent Advisor 

Kelly Broaddus of RE/MAX Fine Properties has been distinguished by Broker/Agent™ Advisor as one of the best in business based on achievement, potential, leadership, ethics, community value, experience, capability, and trust for their service during the calendar year of 2016. Now in its 21st year, Broker/Agent™ Advisor celebrates the success and accomplishment of the industry’s finest real estate professionals through it’s exclusive ‘Certificate of Excellence’ Program.

Broker/Agent™ Advisor Honors Achievement

“Kelly exemplifies the type of professional we designed this award for,” says Chad Golladay, Executive Publisher of Broker/Agent™ Advisor. “A true credit to their company, profession, and community both inside and outside of their real estate practice; one with whom the honor is truly ours in being able to share this award.”

There is no cost or fee required for this award, and all applicant’s credentials are verified, which makes this honor one of the most genuine in the industry towards identifying those truly worthy of special recognition and distinction.

Kelly Broaddus can be found in Broker/Agent™ Advisor's national online directory of award recipients here: http://brokeragentadvisor.com/brag-directory

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About Kelly Broaddus

Kelly Broaddus, an associate broker, leads the Kelly Broaddus Real Estate Advisors Team with RE/MAX Fine Properties. It is a top producing real estate team based in Flagstaff, AZ offering real estate solutions to homebuyers and sellers in Flagstaff, Sedona, Cornville, Williams and nearby areas. RE/MAX Fine Properties is one of the largest REMAX real estate firm in Arizona with offices in Scottsdale and Flagstaff. Founded in 1997, the brokerage has 170 Realtors® and specializes in Residential real estate. 

 

Sept. 26, 2017

Flagstaff AZ Real Estate Market Update- August 2017

Flagstaff Real Estate Market Data, AZ Provided by The Kelly Broaddus Team of REMAX Fine Living / by Joselyn Uy

 June 2017 Flagstaff Home Sales

 

 Flagstaff Home Price Set New All-Time High

The trees and leaves have begun to change their colors to fall gold. It's time to head up the mountain and enjoy the cooler temps, stunning views and fun activities that Flagstaff has to offer. In the greater Flagstaff area, the median sale price of a house sold in August soared 8% to $380,000 year-over-year. There is so much demand but very few affordable homes that home prices have nowhere to go but up. This is the new record high for the month of August, smashing the previous record of $375,000 in August of 2007. This is the first time that a new monthly all-time high has been set after coming close on a couple of occasions earlier this year. 

August Home Sales in Flagstaff...

Is down. Is it alarming? Not really. There were a total of 123 house sales which is down 7% from August of last year. This is the second busiest August in a more than a decade.

When asked about the state of the Flagstaff market right now, Kelly Broaddus, one of the busiest agents in Flagstaff has this to say: (The market is) "Still pretty strong in the lower price ranges, I feel a bit of softening in the higher price points."

US home sales declined by 1.7% in August 2017 according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). "Sales have been unable to break out because there are simply not enough homes for sale," Lawrence Yun, NAR Chief Economist.

Advice to Flagstaff HomeBuyers 

2290 Tom Mcmillan Flagstaff, AZ 86005Flagstaff home inventory has recovered and is about the same level as last year. The market remains favorable to luxury homebuyers with over 9 months of supply of homes priced above $500,000. The supply of homes for sale is weakest at the lower price ranges. This is holding back a few boomers wanting to relocate in Flagstaff and some renters who would prefer to be homeowners. Here's our advice:

  1. Get to know how much you can really afford. Find out here: What’s Your Home Buying Power?
  2. Get your finances in order. Make sure you have enough funds for closing costs. More Than Half of All Buyers Are Surprised by Closing Costs
  3. Take advantage of low mortgage rates. A 30 year fixed rate, with only 5% down is holding steady at 3.625% with no points. Pundits predict a slow rise in mortgage rates starting October.
  4. If you are a first-time buyer or a homeowner ready to move up to a new home, we can help you get in touch with our trusted mortgage lenders to make your home buying dreams a reality sooner. Contact Kelly

Advice to Homesellers

High consumer confidence and low mortgage rates are fueling the demand for Flagstaff real estate, and more prospective homebuyers are expected to enter the housing market. These include people who have been negatively affected by the housing bust and waited seven years for their bankruptcy to disappear off their credit reports. Thinking of selling? Check these out:

Online estimates do not include recent upgrades that add value to your home. Take the next step! Contact us for a personalized evaluation to find out how much your home is really worth. Call Kelly at 888.446.5602

August 2017 Flagstaff Marketwatch Summary

We are still a buyer's market for homes priced above $500,000 and a seller's market for homes priced under $500,000. 

Flagstaff Real Estate Total Home Sales- 123, down 7% vs last year

Median Home Price- $380k, up 7 % vs last year 

The Most Expensive Single Family Home in August 2017 Sold for $2,250,000 - a cool million more than last month's #1. This 5 bedroom Pine Canyon luxury home broke the 4 consecutive month streak of Forest Highland homes. A GEM electric car and furnishings were included in the price. 

August 2017's Most Expensive Flagstaff Townhouse Sold for $415,000. It's an updated townhome on Lakeside Acres featuring one of the best views of Lake Elaine. 

The Most Affordable Home Flagstaff Homes Sold in August 2017: 

  • $90,000 - A 3 bedroom home on 20 acres in Alpine Ranches, great off-grid location in Leupp/Winona Area. This house tops the list of the most affordable single family home that sold last month. 
  • $150,000 -  A University Meadows condo backing Arizona State Park and Riordan Mansion claim last month's most affordable condo spot. 
  • $135,000 - August 2017's most affordable townhouse located in Sunnyside 
  • $81,500 - Most affordable manufactured home sold in August 2017

Longest Days on Market (Flagstaff): 643 - this 3 bedroom Rio Homes townhome is part of the Flagstaff Affordability Program and is deed restricted. Call us if you would like to know more about this program. 

Days on market indicates the period of time when a property goes active on the MLS to when it goes under contract. Luxury homes sold slower in August with national average days on market down to 162 days from 156 days in July. Phoenix AZ luxury homes stay 194 days on market (average). See the August 2017 Luxury Market Report.

We are your Flagstaff home experts!  Please contact us at 888.446.5602 or email kellybroaddus@remax.net if you are looking to buy or sell in Flagstaff/Sedona and the surrounding areas.

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Sept. 25, 2017

The Consumer’s Guide to Hiring an Amazing Real Estate Agent in Flagstaff

Kelly Broaddus | 928-606-6749 | Contact Us

How To Hire an Amazing Real Estate Agent

When you’re buying or selling a home, it’s crucial to work with a qualified real estate agent. Not just a professional, but an amazing agent and a market expert. So how do you ensure you’re hiring an amazing Flagstaff real estate agent?

There are currently more than two million real estate professionals in North America.1,2 With so many options to choose from, how does a prospective home buyer or seller choose the right agent or broker? According to the National Association of Realtors®, trust and reputation are the top deciding factors consumers use when hiring an agent.3

But how do you measure trust and reputation ... and what criteria can be used to help you make your decision?

In this guide, we've outlined the top attributes that amazing agents possess, as well as the questions you can ask to make sure you’re working with the right market expert to achieve your real estate goals. DOWNLOAD MY FREE CONSUMER GUIDE 

5 ATTRIBUTES OF AN AMAZING AGENT IN FLAGSTAFF

As we mentioned above, not all real estate professionals are the same. And it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the options and information about working with real estate professionals to buy or sell your home. In fact, many real estate markets are oversaturated with agents.

To help you understand what makes top agents and market experts stand apart from the competition, the following are five key attributes of an amazing agent:

1. A Pricing Specialist

If an agent has their real estate license, they know the basics of the transaction process. They know what goes into buying and selling a home. However, there’s a difference between knowing the process and navigating it for an ideal result. This ideal result often means buying or selling a home for the best price.

For buyers, amazing agents have a strong understanding of market trends, competition, and how to make your offer attractive to sellers. They can help you identify and secure a deal to ensure you get the home you want, within your desired budget.

If you’re selling a home, market experts have experience pricing homes optimally for the market and creating pricing plans to minimize the time spent selling the home. This will help you sell for your desired price, and avoid costs like additional mortgage and utility payments.

 

Takeaway: Whether buying or selling a home, pricing can be tricky. Market experts can help navigate best-possible pricing strategies, and also secure the home you want within your budget.

2. An Effective Time Manager

It’s common to underestimate the amount of time it takes to buy or sell your home. The average real estate agent may not be utilizing the latest tools and technology to make the transaction easier and more cost-effective for their clients. Market experts have tools and strategies at their disposal to minimize the amount of time you spend on the process.

For sellers, market experts can make sure you only deal with qualified buyers, not the “window shoppers” who can waste your time. We also utilize the latest marketing practices to advertise and price your home effectively, ensuring it gets sold quickly.

When looking to buy a home, inexperienced agents may waste your time by showing you homes that are not a good fit for you. A market expert knows how to prioritize your needs and wants to find you the ideal home within your budget. They also know how to spot “red flags” and can steer you away from homes that are likely to turn up major issues in a real estate inspection, saving you time and money.

In addition, well-networked Realtors can gain access to the hottest listings before many websites do. Their extensive professional networks can help identify “pre-list” homes before they’re officially on the market. This can be invaluable in a highly-competitive real estate market.

 

Takeaway: Even a well-intentioned agent may not have the skills, tools or technology to make the experience easy for you. There are lots of hidden activities that may take up unexpected time, and a market expert will save you time and energy.

 

3. A Market Insider

While most agents can pull market stats about a neighborhood, community or city, they may not understand important trends or developments that would affect your transaction. These can include the state of the school district, issues with a homeowner association, new businesses in the area, zoning rules or trends in home prices.

Market experts live and breathe local real estate and know the trigger points for buying and selling in this market. We also stay current on effective marketing and negotiation practices, resulting in our track record of success.

For sellers, we understand what features of your home and neighborhood are assets in the selling process. And for buyers, we share a deep understanding of market factors, including school and neighborhood quality, crime statistics, the speed of sales and more.

 

Takeaway: Getting relevant and specific market knowledge can be difficult and time-consuming, which is why many real estate agents don’t have it. Whether you’re buying or selling a home, an experienced real estate agent is often the best source of information about a city, neighborhood, or even street … we’re literally conducting market research every day.

 

4. A Strong Negotiator

Amazing agents truly set themselves apart in their ability to negotiate. Unfortunately, a large portion of agents doesn't commit their full time to increase this key skill.

Real estate negotiations can be challenging, even for seasoned professionals. It takes skill, experience and a knowledge of how to fight for your client’s best interests. While any agent can enter negotiations to buy or sell a home, they may not know the effective strategies to exit those negotiations with the result you want.

Experienced Realtors focus on negotiation as a key skill. We understand what to do before entering negotiations (establishing the upper hand to set up the best outcome), as well as during the process (when to offer or accept concessions). 

 

Takeaway: Many agents can feel the stress of the negotiation process, and may agree to terms of the buyer/seller. Working with a market expert will help ensure you get the best deal, not just the fastest deal.

 

5. An Effective Closer

Closing a deal fast is often a good thing. For buyers, it means you found the home you wanted quickly. For sellers, it often means you can avoid the added expenses of mortgage and utility payments, and maximize the value of your home sale.

However, an agent solely focused on speed can make decisions that aren’t in your best interests. Top real estate professionals know how to not only achieve your real estate goals quickly but in the right way to avoid potential pitfalls.

Just like negotiations, the paperwork and process of closing a real estate transaction are complicated. And they can be overwhelming for the average agent who hasn’t handled a lot of transactions. Sales contracts, property disclosures, occupancy agreements and even lead paint records need to be executed with precision. Your agent not only needs to be familiar with these but also stay current on any changes in requirements or regulations.

Market experts have a strong understanding of real estate contracts, timelines, clauses and contingencies within the closing process. In fact, avoiding pitfalls during the closing process is where many sellers find an experienced Realtor is a huge asset.

 

Takeaway: Many agents don’t have a firm understanding of contracts. Because a real estate transaction often involves a significant investment, even a small mistake can mean serious trouble. With that in mind, it’s often best, and most responsible, to work with a true market expert.

 

5 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR FLAGSTAFF REAL ESTATE AGENT

So how do you know if you’re working with an amazing agent?

The first step would be to “shop around.” Many people work with the first agent they come across without a firm understanding of their level of experience. It’s always a good idea to interview a number of agents before selecting one. If you’ve gotten referrals from people you trust, then you may only need to interview 2-3 agents.

However, it can be tough to know what to ask in the interview process. Here are some questions that can help you qualify the best agent to help you achieve your real estate goals:

1.     Can you send me some information about yourself?

Look for professionalism and consistency. What are their professional accomplishments? Also, try to identify how they approach their work. Look for a business person who has a strategy and solid support system. If they’re a newer agent, ask about their team’s dynamic and accomplishments.

2.     How long have you been in real estate?

The average Realtor has 10 years of experience4. But while longevity is important, even more telling are the number of transactions they have closed or been involved in. So feel free to also ask: “How many homes have you sold in this area?” 

3.     What will you do to keep me informed?

Do you want daily or weekly reports from your agent? Will the agent be able to meet these expectations? Determine how much communication you want, and then find an agent who will give you the attention and time you want and deserve.

4.     Can you provide me with further resources I may need?

From market reports and pricing trends to school performance and crime statistics, top agents have resources at their disposal. In addition, market experts have built strong relationships with their extended team of professionals, and can often get expedient service or be able to “cash in a favor” for you should a need arise.

5.  Seller only: Can you share with me your plan to market my property? Many agents will simply put your home on the MLS and wait for it to sell. An amazing agent should have a detailed plan of how to get your home exposure on social media, to their local networks, and more.

 

GET STARTED

Now that you’re armed with the 5 Attributes of Amazing Agents and the Top Questions to ensure you work with the best possible Flagstaff real estate agent, you’re ready to start interviewing agents.

We’d love an opportunity to win your business here in Flagstaff and nearby towns/cities. Schedule a free consultation with us to find out how true market experts in Flagstaff can help you achieve your real estate goals! CONTACT US!

Call Kelly Broaddus at 888.446.5602

Sources:

  1. National Association of REALTORS – https://www.nar.realtor/field-guides/field-guide-to-quick-real-estate-statistics
  2. Financial Post – http://business.financialpost.com/personal-finance/mortgages-real-estate/canada-housing-bubble-agents/wcm/b49d4e3a-bd8d-4d1c-9566-bd3d80c8e23a
  3. National Association of REALTORS –

                https://www.nar.realtor/reports/highlights-from-the-profile-of-home-buyers-and-sellers

  1. National Association of REALTORS – https://www.nar.realtor/field-guides/field-guide-to-quick-real-estate-statistics

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Sept. 20, 2017

4 Tips That Will Take the Stress Out of Moving With Your Dog

Guest post by Cindy Aldrige (ourdogfriends.org)

4 Tips That Will Take the Stress Out of Moving With Your Dog

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As you prepare to buy and move into a new home, you have a checklist of everything you need. From the features you want in your dream home to all that has to be accomplished before moving day, you know exactly what needs to happen and when. But if you’re a dog owner, there may be one aspect of your move you’re overlooking: Your four-legged companion. Even if the last thing you need is one more item on your to-do list, adding these will make your move more successful and stress-free.

1. Find a House that Makes Dog Ownership Easy

When it comes to living with a dog, space can make or break the arrangement. A small home with plush carpets looks quaint but put a big dog in it and you’ll have unpleasant pet odors in no time. Similarly, floor-to-ceiling windows look elegant until their lower half is covered in nose smudges and paw prints.

 

Look for a house that delivers dog-friendly living without sacrificing style. Stone, porcelain tile, or luxury vinyl floors offer a high-end appearance in easy-care surfaces that resist scratching and staining. An oversized tub or walk-in shower makes bath time easy. A big laundry room is a convenient place for a pet supply station with extra food, treats, and dog supplies. And, of course, a fenced yard gives your dog room to play while keeping him safely contained.

2. Choose a Dog-Friendly Neighborhood

Your home is more than the structure itself. Your home is a part of the community around it and all it has to offer. Make sure you choose a neighborhood where your dog will be a welcome addition to the fabric of community life.

Consider a neighborhood’s sidewalks: Are they in good repair, well-lit, and popular? Plenty of homeowners out with their dogs on the evenings and weekends is a good sign you’ve found a dog-friendly neighborhood. What about nearby parks? According to the University of Washington, green spaces encourage exercise and social connection, which are good for you and your dog.

3. Protect Your Dog From Moving Chaos

When you’re packing away all your belongings, your dog doesn’t understand that you’re just moving to a new house. Instead, he ends up confused and worried you’re leaving without him. Coordinating packing with your dog in mind can reduce his stress and prevent resultant behavior issues.

Pack gradually to keep the changes hidden from your dog. Start with areas he doesn’t often see, like closets and the attic, and avoid moving large items like furniture until the very end. Subtle, gradual changes are less likely to set off your dog’s alarms.

When moving day arrives, make arrangements for your dog to be out of the way. Not only will the commotion of moving leave your dog anxious, but he could get hurt, escape, or be a hazard to movers navigating bulky items out of your home.

4. Give Your New House a Familiar Feel

It’s not uncommon for dogs to misbehave after a big life transition. According to the ASPCA, moving makes dogs vulnerable to separation anxiety, which could trigger destructive or nuisance behaviors when you’re out of the house. As your move is winding down, take steps to reassure your dog that you’re not going anywhere.

Maintain the same routines you had in the previous home. Keep walks, feeding times, and bedtime routines the same, even if that means sacrificing unpacking progress. And while moving to a new house sounds like a great opportunity to redecorate, this isn’t the time to replace your dog’s accouterments. Using his same old dog bed and toys communicates to your dog that this new place is home.

Whether you’re moving to a whole new city or just moving across town, keep your dog’s needs in mind throughout the process. A change in residence is an exciting time for you and your family, and with a little extra care and attention, your dog is sure to feel the same way.


Our guest blogger Cindy Aldridge started ourdogfriends.org as a fun side project for herself and to educate pet owners about how dogs can enrich our lives. She enjoys writing about dogs and pet ownership.

 

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2050 S River Valley Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Kelly Broaddus  |  REMAX Fine Properties  |  888.446.5602  | Contact Kelly

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 2050 S River Valley Rd Flagstaff AZ

Absolutely Gorgeous Cabin West Of Continental 

4 Beds |  3 Baths | $575,000

This listing will go live on the MLS this September. Gorgeous, rustic and luxurious! This home has everything you could need and more! This immaculate 4 bedroom cabin sits on 2.5 acres of heavily wooded property. Wake up to awe-inspiring mountain views and catch a glimpse of wildlife (elk) from your expansive front deck perfect for entertaining. Built a warm fire in the outdoor fireplace, grill, take naps in the hammock under the pines. You will love the rustic wood interior, luxurious amenities and huge double-sided stone fireplace stretching from floor to ceiling that divides the elegant living and dining area.  The kitchen is a chef's dream with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, breakfast bar/kitchen island with storage. Serene & secluded, this is a perfect Flagstaff forever home or getaway! Feels like you are in the middle of nowhere but are, in fact, minutes from downtown Flagstaff, restaurants, golf, trails, NAU, ski slopes and about 30 minutes from Sedona. 

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Location

2050 South River Valley Road

Car-Dependent

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Dining Nearby

Nearby restaurants include The Northern Pines, it's very conveniently located at the intersection of the I-17 and I-40. Black Barts Steakhouse is also less than 2 miles. One of the best quick stops in town is GoGo’Z.  They specialize in fresh and made to order gourmet sandwiches.

Attractions & Recreation

  • Lowell Observatory - Astronomical observatory where the planet Pluto was discovered. Great place to go if you want to enhance your knowledge about astronomy, time with the stars on the horizon explained, and a chance to look through the giant telescope.
  • Museum of Northern Arizona - Excellent local museum, lots of native American archeology and Anasazi artifacts.
  • Wheeler Park - A great place to stay cool under the trees and enjoy outdoor with family.

Schools

 

West of Continental Neighborhood Information

Homes on the West of Continental Road in the heart of the Country Club area. The area is known as “Country Club” because of its two 18-hole golf courses – one private (Aspen) and one open to the public and owned by the HOAs in the area (Continental Country Club). It’s a 5-10 minute drive down Butler from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Contact Kelly Broaddus at kellybroaddus@remax.net  or call 888-4465602 to see other houses for sale in Flagstaff.

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Sept. 1, 2017

3452 S Pimlico CT Flagstaff, AZ 86005

Kelly Broaddus  |  REMAX Fine Properties  |  888.446.5602  | Contact Kelly

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3452 S Pimlico CT Flagstaff, AZ 86005

Luxury Pine Canyon Custom Home with Magnificent Peak Views

3 Beds | 3.5 Baths | $889,900

This gorgeous custom home was built on an elevated site designed to take advantage of stunning San Francisco Peaks views. This 3 bedroom beauty is nestled on over 1/2 acre premium cul-de-sac lot in prestigious Pine Canyon, one of Flagstaff's premier gated golf community.  As you enter the home, you will notice the marvelous great room featuring a vaulted ceiling, beautiful stone fireplace, large windows that allow for a pleasant amount of natural lighting and access to the partially covered deck - perfect for entertaining. Relax and enjoy the stunning views on your expansive deck with a fireplace, outdoor sitting area, built-in-BBQ-grill. Adjacent to the living area is a well-appointed kitchen with Wolf and Kitchen Aide stainless steel appliances, pantry, granite countertops with breakfast bar. Whether you love golf, tennis, hiking, biking or just having adventures in your own backyard, this community offers sophisticated amenities and impressive facilities. This home is the perfect mountain getaway!  

Photos and more information here: http://www.northernarizonafinehomes.com/property/171192/

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Location

3452 South Pimlico

Car-Dependent

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Dining Nearby

Sometimes a strip mall cafe will surprise you and Coppa will blow you away in Flagstaff. Check out This is a small adorable French cafe, their salads, soups and entrées are incredible. They pay a lot of attention to detail. If you are looking for an amazing meal and enjoy Indian cuisine drop by at Delhi Place. Looking for an unusual menu with great range of flavors? Nomads Global Lounge a great place for you.

Attractions & Recreation

  • Lowell Observatory- Astronomical observatory where the planet Pluto was discovered.  Enjoy the live indoor astronomy presentations about eclipses; the sun; and the galaxies. Very kid/family friendly.
  • Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course - Facility at Fort Tuthill County Park offering treetop suspended obstacle courses for kids & adults.
  • Walnut Canyon National Monument - features prehistoric archaeological sites which are spectacularly located in cliffs and along the rim of Walnut Canyon. 

 

Schools

  • Lura Kinsey Elementary School PK-5
  • Flagstaff High School 9-12
  • Mount Elden Middle School 6-8

 

Pine Canyon Neighborhood Information

Pine Canyon is the newest and most exclusive golf course community in Northern Arizona offering luxury homes, custom home sites and more. This stunning, 600+ acre private golf community is located in Flagstaff, Arizona's charming high country, adjacent to the breathtaking Coconino National Forest.  

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Aug. 30, 2017

2290 Tom Mcmillan Flagstaff, AZ 86005

Kelly Broaddus  |  REMAX Fine Properties  |  888.446.5602  | Contact Kelly

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 2290 Tom McMillan Flagstaff, AZ 86005

Fabulous 3 Bedroom Retreat in Forest Highlands 

3 Beds | 2 Baths | $539,500

Beautiful 3 bedroom single story home situated on a 9,583 sqft premium golf course lot in the highly sought after Aspen Cottages at Forest Highlands. As you step inside this airy 2051 sqft cottage, light streams into the greatroom from a wall of windows revealing vaulted ceilings, a natural stone fireplace and a large inviting outdoor deck. Gather family and friends on your deck perfect for entertaining. The master suite located on the main level has its own separate access to the back deck. Perfect location. You are steps away from Friday night cocktails at the Canyon clubhouse, practice greens, driving range, swimming pool, tennis courts and more. Experience all that Forest Highlands has to offer! With 2 of Arizona's best golf courses, 2 clubhouses with formal and casual dining, hiking, biking, fishing, and a host of recreational activities for kids and adults. This premier golf lifestyle community has it all.     

Photos and more information here: http://www.northernarizonafinehomes.com/property/171128/

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Location

2290 Tom McMillan Circle

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Dining Nearby

 Are you a Mediterranean food lover? My Pita Wrap offers lots of choices available. Another place definitely worth a visit is Delhi Palace,  excellent food selection, great price for a lunch buffet. Mountainaire Tavern & Coppa Cafe are also nearby.

Attractions & Recreation

  • Lowell Observatory - Founded in 1894, this hilltop center with giant telescopes offers tours, solar viewing & stargazing.
  • Flagstaff Extreme Adventure Course - Facility at Fort Tuthill County Park offering treetop suspended obstacle courses for kids & adults.
  • Walnut Canyon National Monument - features prehistoric archaeological sites which are spectacularly located in cliffs and along the rim of Walnut Canyon. 

 

Schools

  • Manuel De Miguel Elementary School PK-5
  • Flagstaff High School 9-12
  • Mount Elden Middle School 6-8

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Forest Highlands Neighborhood Information 

Forest Highlands was established in 1987, the 1,100-acre Forest Highlands community is located two hours north of Phoenix and about five miles south of Flagstaff. Its custom homes and homesites offer exquisite views of the surrounding forest, mountains and lush tree-lined golf courses.

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Aug. 28, 2017

Flagstaff AZ Real Estate Market Update- July 2017

Flagstaff Real Estate Market Data, AZ Provided by The Kelly Broaddus Team of REMAX Fine Living / by Joselyn Uy

 June 2017 Flagstaff Home Sales

 

More Than Half Of Flagstaff Homes Sold In Less Than Three Months

The Flagstaff Multiple Listing Service data show that 62% of homes in the Greater Flagstaff area sold within 90 days in July 2017. Less than 10% sold in one month, 42% sold in 2 months while 76% of homes for sale closed in 120 days. This is great news for home sellers! 

Flagstaff Home Sales Up

According to August RE/MAX National housing Report, home sales in the US dropped 14 points while prices continued to increase. In Flagstaff, after a very strong performance in June, home sales and prices for the month of July continued to rise. There were a total of 126 house sales which is up 12% from July of last year. The busiest July was back in 2005 when there were 152 sales. 

Looking back at our reports for the last 4 years, it is not unusual to see a jump in sales this month. Sales figures were down the same period last year, but we have observed a pattern with sales going up every other year.

NAR Chief Economist on July 2017 Home Sales

Home Price

In the greater Flagstaff area the median sale price of a house sold in July rose 7% to $378K. This is the second highest July ever, only behind July of 2006 when the median sale price was $392K. Through the first 7 months of the year, prices are up 4% vs the same period a year ago. 

Inventory

  • Inventory has improved with four months supply of homes under $500,000. A normal market has 6-7 months inventory.
  • There remains an overabundance of homes to choose from for the $500K and above buyer.

Advice to Flagstaff HomeBuyers  

Buying a home is one of the most exciting and expensive decision that you will ever make.

  • Know how much home you can really afford -> What’s Your Home Buying Power?
  • A recent Realtor.com report reveal that many millennials are still waiting to buy a home because they don't believe they can qualify for a mortgage. 
  • Mortgage rates dropped again. A 30 year fixed rate, with only 5% down is now at 3.86% with no points.

If you are a first time buyer or a homeowner ready to move up to a new home, we can help you get in touch with our trusted mortgage lenders to make your home buying dreams a reality sooner. Contact Kelly

Advice to Homesellers

There is a continuing demand for Flagstaff real estate, and more prospective homebuyers are expected to enter the housing market. These include people who have been negatively affected by the housing bust and waited seven years for their bankruptcy to disappear off their credit reports. Thinking of selling? Check these out:

Online estimates do not include recent upgrades that add value to you home. Take the next step! Contact us for a personalized evaluation to find out how much your home is really worth. Call Kelly at 888.446.5602

July 2017 Flagstaff Marketwatch Summary

 We are still a buyer's market on homes priced $600,000 and above and a seller's market for homes priced under $500,000. 

Flagstaff Real Estate Total Home Sales- 126, up 12% vs last year

Median Home Price- $378k, up 7 % vs last year 

The Most Expensive Single Family Home in July 2017 Sold for: $1,250,000 -another Forest Highlands home! This is the fourth consecutive month that a house in this gated golf community featured on top of the list. Wow! July 2017's Most Expensive Flagstaff Townhouse Sold for: $855,000 It's a luxury 2- story town home behind the 12th green of Pine Canyon golf course. 

Price of the Most Affordable Home Flagstaff Homes Sold in July 2017: 

$115,000- An off grid log barn converted to a cabin on 10 acres next to AZ state lands. Located in Leupp/Winona Area, this house tops the most affordable single family home list that sold last month. 

$116,000- Two turnkey studio units at the Arbors claim last month's most affordable condo spot. 

How much did July's most affordable townhouse in Flagstaff sell for? $175,000This property is a bit more expensive than the June TH that sold for $140K. Location: Christmas Tree, a neighborhood in northeast Flagstaff. 

Longest Number of Days on Market (Flagstaff): 495 - this Pine Canyon town home sat on the market for 15 months before it sold in July 2017. 

Days on market indicates the period of time when a property goes active on the MLS to when it goes under contract. Luxury homes sold faster in July with national average days on market down to 156 days from 176 days in June. See the July 2017 Luxury Market Report.

We are your Flagstaff home experts!  Please contact us at 888.446.5602 or email kellybroaddus@remax.net if you are looking to buy or sell in Flagstaff/Sedona and surrounding areas.

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Aug. 18, 2017

17245 S Kay Place Munds Park AZ 86017

Kelly Broaddus  |  REMAX Fine Properties  |  888.446.5602  | Contact Kelly

17245 S. Kay Place Munds Park AZ 86017

Huge Pinewood Home on Cul-De-Sac Lot  
3 Beds | 2 Bath |  1,566sqft | $248,900

HUGE 3 bedroom manufactured home nestled on an oversize Cul-de-Sac Lot. Perfect for a summer home or a primary residence. Enjoy the cool breeze on your no maintenance Trex deck with forest views. Vaulted Ceilings in LR/Dining Area. Kitchen features Cherry cabinets, kitchen island with power and storage, new hanging pot rack, Samsung double refrigerator, walk-in pantry and a built in office. Parking is not a problem, there is a two vehicle carport and an extra off street parking pad. Plenty of storage! Two large storage sheds with electricity are on the back. Located in a very quiet and peaceful neighborhood, enjoy shopping/events in nearby Flagstaff and Sedona. Optional club membership at the Pinewood Country Club is available. Hike or ride your ATV in the Coconino National Forest which offers hundreds of miles of trails. Just 20 minutes from Flagstaff, 16 short miles to fishing in Mormon Lake, and 2 hrs. from Phx.

More high definition photos and info here: http://www.northernarizonafinehomes.com/property/171024/

Amenities:

  • Trex Deck
  • Cherry cabinets and tons of space
  • Luxury vinyl tile and new laminate plank flooring (perfect for pets or those with allergies)
  • Propane furnace
  • Paved driveway
  • Large walk in pantry with floor to ceiling shelves
  • Huge master bathroom with double sinks and built in make up vanity
  • Ceiling fans throughout
  • Large laundry room 
  • Stories: 1
  • Year Built: 2010

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Location

17245 Kay Place

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Dining Nearby

Want to enjoy your amazing breakfast or dinner with a beautiful scenic view? Saltrock is the perfect place, location is great plus a live musician playing. Another place to get the best views while enjoying your meal is at Hideaway House. Check out lots of healthy options at the Indian Gardens Cafe & Market

Attractions & Recreation

Pinewood Country Club is home to an 18-hole championship golf course. Located just 120 miles north of Phoenix and 20 miles south of Flagstaff. Coming in at 6,625 yards from tee to green, the course offers a challenging and enjoyable experience for all skill levels.

Schools

Children in this community typically go to the following nearby schools:
  • Lura Kinsey Elementary  PK-5
  • Mount Elden Middle  6-8
  • Flagstaff High  9-12

Pinewood/Munds Park Neighborhod Information

Munds Park is just over 20 minutes drive, south of Flagstaff on I-17.  This community surrounds a semi-private golf course, Pinewood golf course. Many residents are summer-only retirees so expect more quiet during the winter season.

Looking for a beautiful summer home? Schedule your appointment to view this home today! Contact Kelly Broaddus at kellybroaddus@remax.net  or call 888-4465602 to see other houses for sale in Flagstaff.

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