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Scottsdale Arizona Land Use

by Curt_Baumgarth September 18, 2010
Scottsdale AZ Land

Scottsdale, Arizona covers 184.2 square miles of Arizona.  ”The West’s Most Western Town” has a population of 240,000. Scottsdale averages 328 days of sunshine per year.  53.5% of the land in Scottsdale is zoned Residential and 6.5% is Industrial/Commercial.  The remaining 40% is undeveloped or agricultural.

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Why Home Buyers Love Scottsdale

by Curt_Baumgarth September 18, 2010
Scottsdale AZ homes

When you consider homes in Scottsdale for sale you are abiding by the number one rule of real estate… location, location, location. Scottsdale real estate provides mountain views, desert scenes, resort style living and an overall home sweet home. Let’s talk a little bit about Scottsdale. Scottsdale covers 184.2 square miles of Arizona. “The West’s [...]

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Scottsdale Home Values August 2010

by Curt_Baumgarth September 18, 2010
scottsdale az real estate for sale

The median sales price for homes in Scottsdale, Arizona in August 2010 was $380,000.  This means that half of the homes sold were less than this amount and the other half was more.  At the same time last year the median sale price was $424,900.   In addition, at the same time in 2005 the [...]

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How many homes are for sale in Scottsdale AZ?

by Curt_Baumgarth September 6, 2010

At the end of August, there was a 9 month supply of Scottsdale homes for sale, in  August of 2006, 2007 and 2008, respectively.  As prices spiraled downward Sellers that entered the market too late held on to the idealism that their homes were worth more than fair market value and refused to lower prices.  At [...]

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Century 21 All Star, Realtors
9414 E San Salvador Dr
Scottsdale, AZ 85258
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