Sedona, AZ Real Estate Foreclosures and their Impact

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Beginning in 2008 foreclosures and short sales started to have a major impact on the Sedona real estate market. Due to the significant numbers of distressed and short sale properties coming on to the market in late 2008, the Sedona Verde Multiple listing service created categories and search criteria for foreclosures and short sales. This enabled realtors to sort for these two criteria.

In looking at 2009, the first full year that these statistics were available, 141 of the 344, 41%, ...

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1st Quarter 2012 Sedona Real Estate Statistics

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I am always surprised when I complete the statistics for a quarter. The reality is somehow different from the perception. The perception during the first quarter is that there has been a lot of activity in the Sedona real estate market, and the entire Verde Valley real estate market for that matter. The reality is that when it came to single family closings year over year for the last 12 months compared to the previous 12 months they were flat ...

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Cottages at CoffeePot – Sedona Real Estate at its Finest

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There will never be another real estate development in Sedona, Arizona, like the one of a kind Cottages at CoffeePot. Nestled at the base of Coffee Pot Rock, surrounded by National Forest, you will find the Cottages at CoffeePot. Just 34 homes in a secure gated community, on 10 acres of park like setting with dramatic breathtaking views in all directions, make it uncomparable to any other development in Sedona. Designed by well known architect Don Woods and built ...

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Western Hills Subdivision, Sedona Real Estate Update

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Centrally located in West Sedona, the Western Hills Subdivision has long been one of the more popular locations for Sedona real estate buyers. With Chimney Rock, Capital Butte and Sugarloaf located adjacent to the northern border of the subdivsion many of the most popular Sedona hiking trails are just minutes away, truly it is an outdoor recreation paradise.

Western Hills is located in the heart of West Sedona nearby to all of the shopping entertainment and dining that West Sedona has ...

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City of Sedona Celebration of Spring

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Spring is in the air and the City of Sedona has caught spring fever. The City of Sedona will be hosting it’s annual Celebration of Spring on Saturday April 7, 2012 at Posse Grounds Park.

The celebration started out as an egg hunt but in four years has quickly grown to be a full festival. Inflatable toys for kids, petting zoo, pony rides, face painting, carnival rides and much more are included with the $2 admission fee for the attendees.

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Sedona Luxury Real Estate Makes A Resurgence

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The Sedona, Arizona luxury home segment of the Sedona real estate market hit the doldrums in the last quarter of 2011. There were no closings over $1,000,000 from 8/22/11 to 12/22/11. With all the negative news in the stock market and the bickering in Congress, buyers just pulled back and took a wait and see attitude. 2011 sales in the Sedona luxury market ended up 17 for 2011, right in line with 2009 and 2010. Inventory for the Sedona luxury ...

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Verde Santa Fe Subdivision Recovering

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Another indicator that we have seen the bottom of the real estate market in the Verde Valley is that the highly popular Verde Santa Fe Subdivision is solidly in recovery mode as we move through the spring 2012 selling season.

Verde Santa Fe, a planned development, located just outside of Cottonwood, AZ on Cornville Road, has about 900 homes and is comprised of six subdivisions. I can remember in 2005 when real estate sales in this subdivision were so hot ...

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Randy Crewse announces “EASY-EXIT” Listing Agreement

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Selling your Sedona home has never been any easier! What’s your biggest fear when you list your home with a real estate agent? It’s simple. You worry about being locked into a lengthy listing agreement with a less than competent real estate agent, costing your home valuable time and exposure on the market.

Well, worry no more. I take the risk and the fear out of listing your home with a real estate agent. How? Through my “INSTANT AMNESTY” Listing Agreement. ...

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Sedona West Subdivision Real Estate Update

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The Sedona West Subdivision located in the heart of West Sedona is my favorite subdivision in Sedona. Part of the reason for that might be that my wife and I have made Sedona West our home since 1994. It is centrally located to everything! Shopping, schools, entertainment, hiking, you name it, all just minutes away. A fun fact about the Sedona West Subdivision is that many of the streets were named after movies made in Sedona: Pony Soldier, Copper Canyon, ...

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Is the Interest Rate, “Cost”, More Important than Price?

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The depressed home prices we are experincing in the Sedona Real Estate market paired with historically low interest rates,if you are using a loan to help with your home purchase gives, gives Sedona real estate buyers increased buying power. KCM Blog illustrates what that means in dollars and cents. I want to share their illustration that when buying, COST is more important to consider than PRICE…


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