Adora Trails Gilbert AZ 85298 New Home Discovery II Collection

June 24th, 2015

Adora Trails Gilbert AZ 85298 New Homes Discovery II Collection by Taylor Morrison

Adora Trails is Taylor Morrison’s New Homes Premier Master Planned Community, located in East Riggs Road and between South Higley Road and South Val Vista Drive in Gilbert AZ 85298.

Adora Trails Gilbert AZ 85298 New Home Discovery II Collection
Adora Trails, Gilbert 85298

There are 6 Floor Plans ranging from 1,573 sq/ft – 2,985 sq/ft, with Single Level or Two Level, and up to 3 Car Garage in Discovery II Collection.

Adora Trails – Discovery II Collection

Aster II floor plan by Taylor Morrison Homes in Adora Trails Gilbert 85298
Aster II 1,573 sq/ft
4 Beds, 2 Baths, 2 Car Garage

Lily II floor plan by Taylor Morrison Homes in Adora Trails Gilbert 85298
Lily II 1,739 sq/ft
4 Beds, 2 Baths, 2 Car Garage

Primrose II floor plan by Taylor Morrison Homes in Adora Trails Gilbert 85298
Primrose II 2,393 sq/ft
4 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2 Car Garage

Indigo II floor plan by Taylor Morrison Homes in Adora Trails Gilbert 85298
Indigo II 2,662 sq/ft
3 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 2 Car Garage

Clover II floor plan by Taylor Morrison Homes in Adora Trails Gilbert 85298
Clover II 2,875 sq/ft
4 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 3 Car Garage

Jasmine II floor plan by Taylor Morrison Homes in Adora Trails Gilbert 85298
Jasmine II 2,985 sq/ft
4 Beds, 2.5 Baths, 3 Car Garage

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Spectrum at Val Vista Gilbert AZ 85295 Homes for Sale

June 22nd, 2015

Spectrum at Val Vista Gilbert AZ 85295 Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Spectrum at Val Vista in Gilbert is located a mile away from loop 202 freeway and Mercy Gilbert Medical Center in San Tan Corridor in Gilbert AZ 85295. Spectrum at Val Vista consist of 12 distinct neighborhoods, each with their own charm and appeal with 4,200 single-family, multi-family, and condominium residential units on 1,500 acre master planned community with many greenbelts and parks.

Homes in Spectrum at Val Vista are built in early and mid 2000 and ranging from around 1,200 – more than 4,000 sq/ft. Spectrum at Val Vista is governed by Spectrum at Val Vista Management Company. HOA fees is varies by neighborhoods. “A” rated Spectrum Elementary School is located within the proximity of the community.


Spectrum at Val Vista, Gilbert AZ 85295

Conveniently Located in Spectrum at Val Vista
Residents in Val Vista Lakes enjoy near by shopping, grocery stores, restaurant and other amenities. The San Tan Corridor feature attractions like Main Street Commons retail and dining center, the San Tan Motorplex, Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, and much more.

Community and Demographic Information for Spectrum at Val Vista
Gain valuable insight into the Spectrum at Val Vista community by looking at household incomes, crime risk, education levels attained, and potential for extreme weather. Use the map to locate points of interest like shopping, restaurants, and health care services.

What school will be children be attending in Spectrum at Val Vista?
Spectrum at Val Vista is served by Gilbert unified School District. School aged children will be attending Spectrum Elementary, South Valley Jr High and Campo Verde High School. The quality of a school can greatly influence home values in an area. Access Gilbert 85295 school detailed information on the Gilbert Unified School District, school ratings, test scores by grade, student-teacher ratio, and much more.

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Gilbert AZ 85295 Real Estate Market Report
The data used this Gilbert 85295 Market Report is consolidated from multiple sources and includes current listings, recent sales, and more. Whether you’re a buyer or seller, the knowledge you gain will help put you in control of your real estate transaction.

Selling Your Home in Spectrum at Val Vista in Gilbert AZ 85295?
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5 Things You Didn’t Know About FHA Mortgage Rates

June 16th, 2015

5 Things You Didn’t Know About FHA Mortgage Rates

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) is a government agency that sets the standards for building construction — but for homeowners or home buyers it can be a lot more. FHA-approved loans can help borrowers overcome obstacles standing between them and homeownership, and give homeowners options to keep mortgage payments manageable.

While the FHA doesn’t actually lend to buyers (FHA loans is just another term for FHA-approved loan), it sets standards for mortgage lending and offers tools that current and potential homeowners can use to attain assets, save money on payments, and move ahead financially.

5 Things You Didn’t Know About FHA Mortgage Rates

What You Should Know About FHA Loans and Rates?
For homeowners and those planning to buy a home, it’s important to know the rules and limits of FHA loans and consider them along with other home financing options. You might even be surprised to find your have more mortgage choices available to you than you’d thought. Here are five things you might not know about FHA mortgage rates.

1. Your down payment for an FHA loan can be minimal
FHA loans are great for home buyers with lower savings or who don’t want to deposit all their cash into the home. The minimum down payment required by FHA loan rules is 3.5 percent, which means if you’re buying a $300,000 home, you only need $10,500 to put down (not including any fees or closing costs). For many conventional mortgages, you’d need to provide as much as 20 percent (or more) down, which for the same $300,000 home would be a whopping $60,000.

2. You can get an FHA loan with bad credit
Insufficient credit or a less-than-ideal credit history doesn’t have to mean you can’t qualify for a mortgage. Even those with “bad” credit as low as 500 can get an FHA Loan. If your credit score is between 500 and 579, you can still qualify for an FHA loan — you’ll just need to put at least 10 percent down instead of the 3.5% required for scores of 580 and up. Check with your lender to see if you meet all other requirements.

3. You can use your loan to help cover repairs
FHA loans have an optional add-on loan product called a streamlined 203(k) rehab loan, which allows you to borrow up to $35,000 to pay for home repairs and improvements like replacing carpet or paint, remodeling, or correcting non-structural home damages. Event better, the amount of the loan is based on the projected home value after the fixes are made, not the value of the home in its imperfect condition.

4. Mortgage insurance is mandatory on FHA loans
Mortgage insurance protects lenders in the event that a buyer defaults on their mortgage. Because the buyer fronts a smaller portion of the home’s value, lenders are taking a bigger risk by financing FHA loans. This means you’ll have to pay for private mortgage insurance (PMI) including the upfront premium, which is currently at 1.75 percent, plus the annual premium which varies by loan amount and term length as follows:

  • For a 15-year loan with a down payment or equity of less than 10 percent, the annual premium rate is 0.7 percent
  • For a 15-year loan with a down payment or equity of 10 or more percent, the annual premium rate is 0.45 percent
  • For a 30-year loan with a down payment or equity of less than 5 percent, the annual premium rate is 0.85 percent
  • For a 30-year loan with a down payment or equity of 5 percent or more, the annual premium rate is 0.8 percent

But don’t worry — mortgage insurance is tax deductible through 2015, so that extra payment won’t actually take as much out of your pocket as you think.

5. It’s easier to refinance an FHA mortgage
For homeowners who already have an FHA-financed home, refinancing can be a great way to put equity to work and save money on monthly payments. For example, once you’ve reached an 80-to-20-percent ratio home value to loan amount, you might be able to refinance and reduce or even eliminate your mortgage insurance and save as much as several hundred dollars per month. Typical refinancing will require an appraisal, paperwork, possible fees, and sometimes even an additional down payment.

Buying a new home is exciting, especially for first-time homebuyers. As you shop for the right home – and the right loan – keep in mind the benefits and limitations associated with FHA-approved loans, and talk to your lender about available loan products. Even with a small down payment, you could be a homeowner with a high net worth sooner than you think!

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What is Debt to Income Ratio (DTI)?

June 12th, 2015

What is a debt-to-income ratio?

A debt-to-income ratio is one way lenders measure your ability to manage the payments you make every month to repay the money you have borrowed. Lenders use your DTI ratio to evaluate your current debt load and to see how much you can responsibly afford to borrow. Less debt equals more borrowing power.

Lenders look at this ratio when they are trying to decide whether to lend you money or extend credit. A low DTI shows you have a good balance between debt and income.

What is Debt to Income Ratio (DTI)?

How does debt-to-income ratio is calculated?
Your DTI is expressed as a percentage and is your total “minimum” monthly debt divided by your gross monthly income. To calculate your debt-to-income ratio, you add up all your monthly debt obligation payments and divide them by your gross monthly income. Your gross monthly income is generally the amount of money you have earned before your taxes and other deductions are taken out.

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For example, if you pay $1000 a month for your mortgage and another $200 a month for an auto loan and $400 a month for the rest of your debts, your monthly debt payments are $1600. ($1000 + $200 + $400 = $1,600.) If your gross monthly income is $5000, then your debt-to-income ratio is 32 percent. ($1600 is 32% of $5000.)

What is a good debt-to-income ratio when buying a house?
Evidence from studies of mortgage loans suggest that borrowers with a higher debt-to-income ratio are more likely to run into trouble making monthly payments. The 43 percent debt-to-income ratio is important because, in most cases, that is the highest ratio a borrower can have and still get a Qualified Mortgage.

Generally you’ll want to keep it below 36, but the lower it is, the greater the chance you will be able to get the loans or credit you seek.

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The Top 3 Ways to Turn Off a Buyer

June 11th, 2015

The Top 3 Ways to Turn Off a Buyer when selling your home in Gilbert AZ

Not all real estate transactions turn sour. In fact, few do. But once in a while, a bad apple ends up either selling or buying a home, and can throw the entire transaction into chaos.

From buyers allowing their children to run wild through a house they’re viewing to sellers trying to hide home defects, the potential to behave badly in a real estate transaction is ever-present.

Let’s take a look at some of the ways homeowners sabotage the sale of their homes.

The Top 3 Ways to Turn Off a Buyer when selling your home

Dirty Houses
If you’ve ever sold a car instead of trading it in, you probably spent some time spiffing it up: cleaning the upholstery, vacuuming the interior, washing and waxing the exterior. Why? Because you know that to get top dollar for the vehicle, it needs to look like a car worth paying top dollar for.

Yet so many homeowners don’t seem to understand the value of thoroughly cleaning their homes before putting them on the market. A home is the one thing most people own that is probably worth more than any other possession, but many don’t take the time to ensure that it brings top dollar in a sale.

A messy, cluttered house screams out to homebuyers that you don’t care. They may imagine that if you put off cleaning your house, you might have put off maintaining it as well. This, in turn, justifies lowball offers.

Clean the house until it is immaculate. If you don’t have the time, consider hiring professionals to do the job for you.

Overpriced Houses
Pricing your home over market value does not leave room for negotiation. It leaves your home sitting on the market for so long that homebuyers get the impression that there is something wrong with it.

When a new listing hits the MLS, it begins the “honeymoon” phase, with a flurry of showings. It’s during this phase that you are most likely to attract the highest offer. By overpricing the home, you are wasting this valuable marketing time, and the home may eventually end up listed for less than market value just to attract attention.

As special as we all think our homes are, they are not worth more than a buyer is willing to pay for them – which is market value. If your home is in good condition, yet still sits on the market for more than 30 days, your price is too high.

Failure to Disclose
If you’ve ever sold a home before, chances are good you are familiar with the disclosure process. If you aren’t familiar with the process, you will need to get up to speed before you respond to an offer to purchase.

As the seller, you are required to provide the buyer with any information about the house that might affect his or her desire to purchase it – including any material facts that might affect the home’s value or desirability.

For example, if you painted the ceiling to hide water stains, you wasted your time. Leaks must be disclosed to the buyer. The items that must, by law, be disclosed vary by state. California, for instance, has some of the most stringent disclosure requirements; such as deaths on the property, neighborhood problems like barking pooches or loud parties, and more. Environmental hazards must be disclosed, as well as known sex offenders in the area.

In other words, the very things you think might sabotage the sale must be disclosed to a potential buyer. Some sellers still keep secrets, which is a big mistake.

The penalty for nondisclosure? Big, fat lawsuits with big, fat payouts for the buyer. Sellers run the risk of having the contract rescinded as well.
No matter how tempted you are to keep quiet about problems with the home or the neighborhood, don’t do it. Disclose every defect that is not readily observable and that is significant to the home’s desirability. In other words, disclose everything.

There are few simple steps to avoid behaving badly when selling your home. Cleaning well, making small repairs and pricing the house right will bring in a buyer. Then treat that buyer with the respect the law demands, and you’ll have yourself a sale.

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How Important Is Your Down Payment on a Home?

June 9th, 2015

How Important Is Your Down Payment on a Home?

When buying a home, most people take on a mortgage. There are many things to consider when taking on a mortgage loan, including interest rate, closing costs and the down payment. Once you calculate how much house you can realistically afford, you can start looking at properties and considering how you will afford the house.

There are several ways to fund what will likely be the biggest purchase of your life. Before you start signing with lenders and sellers, it’s a good idea to consider how much down payment you should be making and how that will affect you both immediately and in the long run.

How Important Is Your Down Payment when buying a home in Gilbert AZ?

The Basics
In case you are really new to this, a down payment is the chunk of cash you pay upfront when buying a home. This money shows the lender that you are capable of saving and are so serious about this investment that you are willing to put that savings toward making the home yours.

The Magic Number
You may hear that the typical down payment amount is around 20% of the total property value. While some people (like veterans) can qualify for homebuying assistance, most people will have to put 20% down to secure their mortgage without paying private mortgage insurance or taking out a second loan. When you are thinking about what type of house you want and what exactly you can afford, it’s important to keep in mind you will likely want to have 20% of the property’s value in savings dedicated for just this purpose before purchasing a home.

Paying More
If you have more than 20% of the home price socked away in savings, there are some reasons for using it as a down payment. The more you put down, the better position you are in for negotiating a lower interest rate with your lender. You will also have to borrow less if you put more down, meaning you will pay less in interest payments over the life of your mortgage.

Before you jump into this option though, it’s a good idea to be sure you can comfortably afford this house without putting your regular costs at risk, consider what other debts you may have and whether you think the savings could do more for you if used elsewhere. For example, it’s important to maintain an emergency fund so that you have cash set aside if (and when) the unexpected happens.

Paying Less
While the financial crisis left many homeowners defaulting on their little-to-no-money-down mortgages, the tide has turned again, and now the minimum amount needed for a mortgage is only 3.5% (there are some zero-down mortgage programs, but certain restrictions apply). In order to pay less than the normal 20%, you have several options.

You can secure a second loan to make up the difference between what you can afford and the 20% mark. You can also take out private mortgage insurance (PMI) to give your lender peace of mind. In case you get into trouble making payments down the line, this policy would pay the lender. You can check if you qualify for a loan backed by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA). You can also look for state and region-specific down payment assistant opportunities through your local government. If you are buying a house with less than the typical down payment needed, it’s important to know that you are taking on more risk.

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Before you apply for a home loan, it’s important to know where your credit score stands. The difference of just a few credit score points can mean better interest rates and a major savings over the life of your loan. You can get two of your credit scores for free on Credit.com, updated every month.

Your down payment amount makes a big difference both now and down the road, but it’s a good idea to leave yourself enough money to afford your next few monthly payments as well as closing costs and other immediate expenses the house may incur. Remember, this is just the beginning.

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Phoenix AZ Housing Market Trends May 2015

June 4th, 2015

Phoenix AZ Housing Market Trends May 2015

Ahwatukee, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa & Tempe
Single Family Home
Median Sold Price (May 2014 – May 2015)

Phoenix Housing Market Trends May 2015

  • Active Listing (Inventory) in Gilbert, Mesa and Tempe has Decreased from April 2015
  • Median Sold Price in Ahwatukee, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa & Tempe has Increased from April 2015
  • Number of Homes Sold in Chandler, Mesa & Tempe has Increased from April 2015
  • Overall DOM (Days on Market) has Decreased from April 2015
  • Observation: For homes for sale that are listed under $300,000, it is Seller’s Market.

Ahwatukee, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Tempe Housing Market Trends May 2015

May 2015 Phoenix Housing Market Trends & Statistics

Ahwatukee Chandler Gilbert Mesa Tempe
New 176 502 577 649 154
Pending 90 276 376 426 98
Sold 146 401 478 608 146
Current Active 420 1,034 1,216 1,408 278
Median Sold Price compare to last month +4.8% +3.9% +1.9% +4.9% +3.4%

As 6/1/15. source armls. Information is deemed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed.

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Tempe AZ Housing Market Trends May 2015

June 3rd, 2015

Tempe AZ Housing Market Trends May 2015

May 2015 Tempe AZ Real Estate Market Highlight:

  • Active listing (Inventory) has Decreased 0.4% from April 2015
  • Average Sold Price has Increased 1.0% from April 2015
  • Median Sold Price has Increased 3.4% from April 2015
  • 96% of Single Family Detached Homes sold are Traditional Sale
  • Most expensive home sold in May 2015 in Tempe was sold for $1,150,000 Click here to view

Tempe AZ Housing Market Update May 2015

Here are Tempe AZ Real Estate – Single Family Detached Home statistics for May 2015. Be sure to Contact Us, if you have any questions about this report or about how the market is performing. This report includes MLS data for the past 12 months for Tempe AZ provided by the FlexMLS system.

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Closed Sales Report Analysis:
We saw a 18.7% increase in the number of closed sales in May 2015 compared to the prior month. The statistics show that we had 146 residential Single Family Detached Homes sold in May 2015 in Tempe compared to 123 in April 2015. This compares to 132 closed sales in May of last year. In today’s market sellers need to continue to be diligent in pricing and staging their homes for sale.

Average Sold Price Analysis:
May 2015 Average Sold Price for Single Family Detached Homes in Tempe AZ is $296,379. This Average Sold Price has increased 1.0% from April 2015.

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As a reminder, you need to meet with a real estate professional to see how statistics impact the area where you are considering selling or buying. Blended statistics will not be as accurate as a more detailed report we can provide to help you with your decision making.

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Mesa AZ Housing Market Trends May 2015

June 3rd, 2015

Mesa AZ Housing Market Trends May 2015

May 2015 Mesa AZ Real Estate Market Highlight:

  • Active listing (Inventory) has Decreased 6.1% from April 2015
  • Average Sold Price has Increased 4.6% from April 2015
  • Median Sold Price has Increased 4.9% from April 2015
  • 97% of Single Family Detached Homes sold are Traditional Sale
  • Most expensive home sold in May 2015 in Mesa was sold for $1,132,750 Click here to view

Mesa AZ Housing Market Trends May 2015

Here are Mesa AZ Real Estate – Single Family Detached Home statistics for May 2015. Be sure to Contact Us, if you have any questions about this report or about how the market is performing. This report includes MLS data for the past 12 months for Mesa AZ provided by the FlexMLS system.

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Closed Sales Report Analysis:
We saw a 0.8% increase in the number of closed sales in May 2015 compare to the prior month. The statistics show that we had 608 residential Single Family Detached Homes sold in May 2015 in Mesa compared to 603 in April 2015. This compares to 566 closed sales in May of last year.

Average Sold Price Analysis:
May 2015 Average Sold Price for Single Family Detached Homes in Mesa AZ is $243,802. This Average Sold Price has increased 4.6% from April 2015. This is because there are 22 homes that are over $500,000 sold in May 2015 compare to 17 in April. It is important for Seller and Buyer to refer to Median Sold Price instead of Average Sold Price. If there are multiples millions homes sold in particular months, the Average Sold Price will be high.

As a reminder, you need to meet with a real estate professional to see how statistics impact the area where you are considering selling or buying. Blended statistics will not be as accurate as a more detailed report we can provide to help you with your decision making.

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Gilbert AZ Housing Market Trends May 2015

June 2nd, 2015

Gilbert AZ Housing Market Trends May 2015 and Statistics

Gilbert AZ May 2015 Real Estate Housing Market Update Highlight:

  • Active Listing (Inventory) has Decreased 2.7% from April 2015
  • Average Sold Price has Increased 5.5% from April 2015
  • Median Sold Price has Increased 1.9% from April 2015
  • 98% of Single Family Homes sold in May 2015 are Traditional Sale
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Gilbert AZ Real Estate Housing Market Update May 2015

Here are Gilbert AZ Real Estate – Single Family Detached Home statistics for May 2015. Be sure to Contact Us, if you have any questions about this report or about how the market is performing. This report includes MLS data for the past 12 months for Gilbert AZ provided by the FlexMLS system.

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Closed Sales Report Analysis:
We saw a 2.8% decrease in the number of closed sales in May 2015 compared to the prior month. The statistics show that we had 478 residential Single Family Detached Homes sold in May 2015 in Gilbert AZ compared to 492 in March 2015. This compares to 435 closed sales in May of last year. In today’s market sellers need to continue to be diligent in pricing and staging their homes for sale.

Average Sold Price Analysis:
May 2015 Average Sold Price for Single Family Detached Homes in Gilbert AZ is $300,549. This Average Sold Price has increased 5.5% from April 2015. This is because there are 23 over $500,000 sold in May compare to 16 in April 2015. It is important for Seller and Buyer to refer to Median Sold Price instead of Average Sold Price. If there are multiples millions homes sold in particular months, the Average Sold Price will be high. This statistic is an indicator that buyers pay more for homes than they have in the past 12 months, as May 2014 average sold price was $278,160. Educated and savvy buyers understand that a competitive market gives them fewer options for home choices – even when inventory increases. Although this may vary from zipcode to zipcode and from price range to price range, buyers need to make sure they are fully informed regarding the specific market in which they have an interest. This will give them the best chance of being competitive when making an offer.

As a reminder, you need to meet with a real estate professional to see how statistics impact the area where you are considering selling or buying. Blended statistics will not be as accurate as a more detailed report we can provide to help you with your decision making.

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