8 Things to Consider Before Buying A Scottsdale Airbnb as an Investment.

Vacation rental websites such Airbnb, HomeAway or VRBO (.com) is making it easy for property owners to rent out their own homes, condos, or townhomes offering unique lodging to tourists at rates sometimes cheaper than hotels. Is Scottsdale, Arizona a good idea to buy a property dedicated to short-term housing?

“It can be,” says Juan Pesquiera, Realtor at Attorneys Realty. “There is indeed money to be made in the Airbnb and short term/vacation rental market especially during the season. But you really need to understand what you’re getting into and realize that because this is all still fairly new, the rules are changing, and you also could lose money especially in the beginning.”

Here are 8 Things to Consider Before Buying a Scottsdale Airbnb Investment.

1.Home or Condo type property

Will you be buying a house or a condo (townhomes and lofts included) as a short term rental investment? Condos will allow you to get into locations like old town, Kierland, downtown, mill ave , Tempe town lake ((Scottsdale, Tempe, Phoenix) at a lesser price of a single family home.  But then you must factor HOA fees and HOA regulations and rules.

2. Regulations

Scottsdale, Arizona has seen its fair share of nightmare Airbnb stories. “Neighbors struggling with grief from short-term rentals will soon get a reprieve. But will it be enough? Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday signed a bill allowing for more regulations of short-term rental operators in the state… AZCentral. But Scottsdale struggles to enforce strict rule for Airbnb and other vacation rentals Examine the local ordinances and rules. The biggest threat to the short-term rental business is swift-changing local laws that limit their use.

3. Read the fine print on your HOA or CC&Rs

If you have decided on a condo vs a Single family home. You must find out – Does the Homeowners association allow for short term rentals? If you decided on a single family home, make sure to review your CC&Rs. Many of the new high rise condo developments and new single family home developments in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Tempe restrict short term rental and in the HOA disclosure forms allow a 3 months minimum rental policy for properties in the development.

4. Fees pile up before your 1st guest books

Most new homeowners quickly find out that the list price of a home or condo is just the beginning of a laundry list of expenses. Owning an Airbnb investment property is no different. You need to factor in costs like utility bills, cleaning services, landscaping, pool service and repairs. More importantly: what happens if you can’t rent it out right away or have a slow period of vacancies? Can you afford that? What happens if home values decline, thereby driving down the asking price on your rental?”

Don’t forget that Airbnb takes a 3% service fee from the host for each reservation, which also eats at the profit. Additionally, there are other unlikely yet potential expenses that must be considered. What if your tenant is injured in the home? What if you’re the victim of theft? Are you insured for unforeseen issues or injuries, etc.

5. You’re not the only one

It’s a competition. The company claims to operate in 65,000 cities with more than 3,000,000 listings. How will you differentiate your rental? Airbnb success is based on reviews from people who stay in your home. You will need to wow your guest which at the end will cost you more. This includes items like quality bedding and bath accessories; professional photos and staging the property; welcome gift baskets; not to mention your valuable time serving as a good concierge and providing a list of local vendors, attractions and other hot spots.”

6. Flexibility. 

Short term rental is seasonal, and you make more during high season in Arizona. Make sure the property works as a long-term rental or other use like a vacation or 2nd home and even a retirement home. You will retire one day why not decide sooner, rather than later? Short-term rentals listed on Airbnb.com, HomeAway.com or VRBO.com are a great supplement to your rental income, but it is not a good long-term strategy. So, when you’re analyzing a property to be made into a rental, make sure its cash flows as a year-long rental too.

7. Uncle Sam wants his cut!

Know the tax rules by speaking to your accountant. You will need to pay taxes on your rental property.

8. Have fun, enjoy the process, and learn

At the end of the day every real estate investment is the same. Your success is related to the overall market and price value increase. If you manage your property right, consider it a business, account for every expense, and provide a fun, safe, and clean place for guests. As a bonus offer some incentives like free uber/lyft rides, coffee Starbucks card, free dinner at a restaurant to stand out from the rest and the potential of turning a profit increases in return will be a great investment choice.

Scottsdale, Arizona (including Tempe & Phoenix and throghout Arizona) is a perfect place for Airbnb.com, HomeAway.com,  VRBO.com, or any short term rental investment. Scottsdale, Arizona offers sunny weather year round. Our winters rarely go below 50 degrees. Arizona State University is the largest university in the country with over 100 thousand students. Our culinary schools are some of the best culinary schools in the country. During the months of October to May snowbirds, sports fans, and people from all over the country flock here. Our resort destination is one of the best in the country. We have cactuses, desert wildlife, some of the best and scenic hikes, best sunsets and sunrises, and a perfect place for you to invest. We are the 5th largest city in the U.S and growing. Who knows you might just stay and retire here? I know I am…

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the GOOD. the BAD. the UGLY. SELLING a home with TENANTS | Phoenix-metro

There are many reasons someone might need to sell a tenant-occupied property in the Valley of the Sun (Arizona).

You hate being a landlord, landlord life is not for you! You want to take advantage of Phoenix, Arizona hot sellers’ market. You are looking to move money elsewhere. If you must sell a home with tenants its best to tread lightly

and do some research. Kidding… JK it’s not breaking bad style of selling homes although we have been called the wild wild west or real estate. Everyday homes in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, Gilbert, Glendale, Peoria, and through Maricopa County Arizona are being sold with tenants in place.

Here lies the good, the bad, and the ugly of selling a home with tenants plus some advice and guidance from top Realtor Juan Pesqueira ——————->

The Good (Thank you baby Jesus):

By selling a home with tenants it allows you to continue collecting rents and making money (Cheddar baby). On top of rental income when you close escrow you will receive a huge check (Cha Ching). And if done correctly you will not need to transfer or pay back the deposits. This is a perfect world scenario but as well all know nothing is perfect. There is a saying in real estate, what can, will go wrong. Expect the unexpected.

The Bad (issues that must be addressed upfront):

Tenants have rights! Every landlord in Arizona should read the Arizona Land Lord Tenant act. Get familiar with this bible. Know your rights and the tenants’ rights before listing any property with tenants.

A common tenant right is 48 hours’ entry notice. Many tenants will allow showings in short notice and or in 24 hours but that should be addressed with the tenants and in writing. An entry notice must be in writing or email, should be followed up with a call, and a confirmation. This means that any and all showings, inspections, or any entry must be scheduled days in advance.

On the other side buyers don’t have the time to wait for a showing in a hot market like Phoenix-Scottsdale-Tempe, Arizona. You will have many buyers pass the home up for a showing or interest and some are good buyers. A tenant (not knowing) can easily sabotage a sale by making it difficult to access or not allowing showings. ** Reminder *** read/familiarize the Arizona Land Lord Tenant act. It’s your landlord bible.

The Ugly (Go F**K YOURSELF!):

A tenant can kill the deal fast! A tenant can damage the property before and after inspections. A tenant can damage the home before final walkthrough. If the damage is substantial the new buyer might want to renegotiate price, credit, or terms. The new buyer could back out and the sale falls through. This will leave the issue with you. At this point you lost a good buyer, you waisted a lot of time, and your home is in worse shape than when you put it up for sale. A lose all the way.

A mad or uncooperative tenant is difficult to work with. If a tenant is being difficult with you (Seller) how do you think he will be with a 3rd party like a Realtor? Not good, the deal is dead on arrival.

The truth about selling a home with tenants is your buyer pool is smaller for many reasons (access/entry, unforeseen damages and issues, etc.). Financing is a little trickier for tenant occupied homes when it comes to 1st time home buyers and todays #1 buyer is 1st time home buyer. When selling to an investor buyer make sure to have P&L, leases, and tenant info ready. But all these issues if addressed upfront and correctly will result in a top of the market sale.

Advice (From a top Realtor, John Pesqueira)

Tenants are a crucial part of selling a home with tenants, they somewhat take the position of the owner. As a top Realtor in the Phoenix, Arizona market (including Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, Gilbert, Glendale, and through Maricopa County Arizona) I have sold many homes with tenants in place. My advice is right from the beginning of the move in date or 1st meet start building a good repour with the tenant. Don’t be a slum lord! Always be courteous and quick to correct issues/respond. Communicate with them often, maybe add verbiage the lease that allows you to enter every 3 months for maintenance and ask them if selling in the future would be an issue – even if you’re not considering selling. This will allow you entry/access and by doing so will keep you up to date with your property.

Although you’re in the real estate business, your also in the people/customer service business. In the people/customer services business people will work with, not against people they like.

This last part is some option scenarios for selling a home with tenants, a guidance as you will.

Option 1: the best option is allowing the lease to expire or let them move out. This allows you to fix up the home and get it ready to sell. It’s almost guaranteed you will make more money without a tenant in place and the home will be ready for new buyer. Even investors prefer a move in ready home vs one with a tenant. Unless they are getting a deal or have done this before.

Option 2: You must sell, don’t spring the sale on the tenant last minute. The minute you are considering selling let the tenant know. This will give them time to prepare and or enough time to find a new place if need. Let’s say at first the tenant is upset, give them time to come around. Sometimes people need a little time to reconsider. Ask their thought about it and if they will be cooperative. More than likely they will be cooperative. If they could be a problem offer them some sort of incentive (less in rent, $ for early move out, dinner, gas, etc.) for early move out or cooperation. If you know for a fact, they will be difficult then wait till the lease expires and let them move out but don’t rush them out. Tenants have rights.

Option #3: Hold onto your investment. Phoenix, Arizona and surrounding cities (Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, Mesa, Gilbert, Glendale, and through Maricopa County Arizona.) is one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. Home values continue to go up and last I heard the Phoenix metro area holds the fastest rising rents.

The last and really the first step is choosing an agent. If you choose an agent to begin with then they will guide you through the process. It allows the agent to begin building repour with the tenants as well as yourself.

A Realtor selling a home with tenants should be courteous. A Realtor should try to work with them and handle any and all showings through them. A Realtor should give the tenant 48+ hours’ notice (Or what was agreed upon) to enter. A Realtor should treat them like they treat any client. A tenant should access to the Realtor and his/her team 24/7. And finally, the Realtor should understand the tenant’s position; also understand the seller’s position as I have been both in my life.

Your next step is to decide if you want to sell your property with tenants.  We invite you to do one of two things:

  1. Free Property Price and consultation. Have a confidential meeting with me to find out the price of your property in today’s market.  There is no charge for this service, and you are not obligated in any way to use our services.
  2. You can reach Juan Pesqueira – Attorneys Realty  at  480.458.8007  (This cell does not have a voice message so if I dont pick up leave a detailed message), call my office 480.767.6900, of shoot me an email: Pesqueira2@cox.net. or fill out this form on my website

Design of the week: Sleek, New Organic Contemporary designed to capture head-on Camelback vistas

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Hood: Phoenix (Arcadia), AZ — The only thing that can compete with this Arcadia contemporary beauty is the vistas of Camelback Mountain! 

Address: 5112 N 43RD PL, Phoenix, AZ 85018 | Cross Streets: 44th Street & Camelback Road.

  • Price tag: $2,100,000
  • Square Feet: 4067
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 4 Full and 1 Half Baths
  • Built: 2019



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Remarks: Imagined by Integrated Design and expertly crafted by Boxwell Homes, this stunning new organic contemporary masterpiece nestled in a quiet premier Arcadia neighborhood just off the Camelback Corridor was designed to capture head-on Camelback vistas from the Great Room, Owners Den and Entry courtyard. The indoor Living area and sprawling outdoor patios blend seamlessly with an easy flow through multiple sliding doors. From the moment you enter through the spectacular pivot entry door to the soaring Foyer with Douglas fir ceilings, polished concrete floors, and sand blasted block walls, the warm synergy of natural materials is both welcoming and refreshing. As the home unfolds, a massive Calacatta Colorado stone island provides the centerpiece for the kitchen while the fireplace and Canterra stone hearth balance the Great Room space perfectly. The custom designed 888 bottle climate-controlled wine room is cleverly situated behind the fireplace wall for the owner’s enjoyment. Clean lines and warm finishes define the design ethic followed throughout the house. The Viking kitchen incorporates a generous walkthrough pantry. An owner’s entry just off the garage is a generous and spectacular secondary entrance when entering from the car court. The Master Suite is private and what might be expected with a spa quality Bathroom complete with free standing soaking tub, huge marble shower, floating vanities, and a large Master Closet ready for a second stacked washer/dryer. The owner’s den, or 5th/Guest bedroom, with bathroom enjoys some of the best Camelback views in the house. Three guest rooms enjoy their own privacy on the south wing of the home, one of which has outdoor access. Outdoor entertainment is assured with a magnificent limestone patio, built in barbecue, outdoor shower, and a signature outdoor gas fireplace paying homage to styling from the Biltmore Hotel. Stone, wood, slate, marble and concrete were carefully incorporated throughout the home for a clean, current contemporary feel. Other features include wood framed windows and sliding Windsor door package, linear diffusers, large 3 car garage with separate conditioned storage room, a Large Car Court, and ample room for a pool. Overflowing with savvy design, this is a very special opportunity in a fantastic location close to The Biltmore, Old Town Shopping, and a short ride to The Village at Camelback, The Henry and more. See Documents tab for additional information. And according to listing agents Craig A Young and Nathan Ottosen with Platinum Living Realty bring a full price offer and a Standard Pool will be included! They are willing to show this beauty anytime just give them a shout

Listing agents: Craig A Young and Nathan Ottosen | Platinum Living Realty

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Not only is this a beautiful designed home but when you combine the home + lot size, luxury home features, and amazing location it’s a great buy say’s Realtor Juan Pesqueira!


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Ravishing Al Beadle designed townhome in Arcadia with private pool & spa just listed…

Anything designed by architect Al Beadle rarely hits the market so when one pops up, we must showcase!

Located in the Arcadia hood of Phoenix, Arizona behind the BRIDGEWOOD NORTH gates in a private location. This One of a kind Al Beadle architectural townhouse  design features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1752 sf, 2-car carport, its own private pool – spa & deck, and has been fully updated. Calling all you architect aficionado, can be yours for just shy of $700K (asking price $699,900). A small price for livable art…

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Remarks – One of a kind architectural townhouse in the community of Bridgewood. Al Beadle designed units rarely come on the market in this community. Extremely private end unit, large backyard with well designed heated saltwater pool & spa and over 2,000 sqft tiled deck. Soaring ceilings and walls of glass. Unit is fully updated, including Milgard dual pane windows/doors, a 2 car private carport with storage. True indoor/outdoor flow and clean modern lines makes this a very desirable place to call home. Prime Arcadia location, walking distance to many restaurants including LGO, Chelsea’s, North and others. Master upstairs, guest suite downstairs. 3rd bedroom/Den/Loft upstairs.

Listing is with Launch Real Estate Jim Bruske & Gretchen Baumgardner

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The 3 Most Expensive Homes & Mansions Sold in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley In 2018 are…

Scottsdale-Phoenix-Paradise Valley, AZ — With 2018 coming to a close, here is a look at the 5 most expensive homes that sold in the 3 most expensive cities in Arizona.

Without further ado, take a peek at the most expensive houses sold, according to ARMLS (No pocket or off market listings were included).

Scottsdale, AZ

 20450 N 108Th Pl | Silverleaf – $17,500,000

The 3 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley In 2018 are

20,000 sf. 6 bedrooms/14 bathrooms. 4 acres. 8+ car garage

The scoop: Spectacular mountain and city light views come with this luxurious estate situated on 4 private acres on the 6th hole of the Tom Weiscopf designed Silverleaf golf course and adjacent to the McDowell Mountain preserve’s hiking trails. All the main living areas including the Master suite are located on the first level. The home boasts 5 indoor and outdoor kitchens, 2 elevators, a virtual reality/golf simulator room, gymnasium w/ basketball court, volleyball court and rock-climbing wall, home theater, fitness center w/steam room, detached guest house w/ private drive, 8 garages, high-tech game room, estate pool, multiple spas, state of the art security & home automation. Shown by appointment only. Buyer to pay the DC Ranch Community Transfer Fee of 0.5% of the sale price.

 10851 E Wingspan Way | Silverleaf – $10,300,000

The 3 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley In 2018 are 1

12,500 sf. 7 bedrooms/10 bathrooms. 2 acres. 5+ car garage

The scoop: Nestled in the upper canyon of Silverleaf, this one of a kind custom home was designed and built for the lifestyle you deserve! From the moment you pull up to the privately gated motor court you will be totally impressed! The interior is spacious, comfortable, casual, yet elegant. The floor plan was designed for entertaining. The main house features a main level master suite plus 4 additional en-suite bedrooms, private office, exercise room, and home theatre. The automated pocket doors bring in the outdoor living space. Enjoy the lazy river, pool cabana, and swim up bar while watching amazing sunsets, city lights, and views directly down the runway of the Scottsdale Airpark. Built by John Schultz Development and custom crafted by Kristin Hazen Design. What memories will you make?

10995 E Wingspan Way | Silverleaf – $7,300,000

The 3 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley In 2018 are 3

11,000 sf. 5 bedrooms/9.5 bathrooms. 2.4+ acres. 7+ car garage.

The scoop: (RECENTLY REDUCED OVER $1M) – Nestled in the Upper Canyon of Silverleaf you will find this one of a kind compound. Master suite includes a private outdoor spa, separate his & her bathrooms/closets, and see-through fireplace. This primary residence (10,139 square feet) and separate guest house with full kitchen (724 square feet) were designed to entertain and are equipped with 14 fireplaces, 2 fire pits, 7 high ceiling garages (capable of holding 11 cars comfortably with lifts), 2 separate BBQ stations, 2 fire pits, 2 private courtyards and more!

Phoenix, AZ

4821 E Exeter Blvd | Arcadia – $4,100,000

The 3 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley In 2018 are 4

5,400 sf. 4 bedrooms/5 bathrooms. 28,346 sf lot. 3 car garages

The Scoop: Location Location Location: Surrounded by the most prestigious homes in all of Arcadia, this gated, Belgian Farmhouse designed by Candelaria and built by Nance Construction sits on one of the best lots in all of Arcadia. Large Private Exeter lot features lush, mature landscape designed by Berghoff. Handcrafted elements include hand applied plaster walls, reclaimed Cream Brick walls and fireplaces, Waterworks Plumbing Fixtures/Tile, 4 bed and bath with 2 powder baths, Private Office with fireplace and built in shelves/desk, Dining Room with special white oak built in china cabinet, Large Master Suite with fireplace and large custom closet with island, Butler’s Pantry with reclaimed brick/glass wine unit, ice maker and polished nickel sink, Kitchen is completely equipped with white oak kitchen island, Viking/Wolf/Sub Zero appliances, walk-in pantry, mudroom and laundry with 4 Electrolux machines, 3 car garage. Lot is gated yet has beautiful front patio/fireplace to entertain your neighbors and friends and a private rear yard that must be seen. Barbecue patio/eating space/fountain/veggie gardens off kitchen, large fire pit and limestone patio and a brand-new pool/spa with Ramada and fireplace. 
Lutron Lighting system/speakers/AV ready/wired for security cameras.

 5105 E Exeter Blvd | Arcadia – $3,875,000

The 3 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley In 2018 are 5

6385, sf. 5 bedrooms/4 bathrooms. 1.9 acres.

The Scoop: Historic Spanish Colonial Revival Estate located on one of the most exclusive tree-lined streets in the heart of Arcadia. Enter the private gates of this one-of-a-kind nearly 2-acre lush green property nestled at the base of Camelback Mountain. Once considered for the state Governor’s mansion, and later serving as Miss Kitty of Gunsmoke’s residence for 17 years, this iconic 1920’s home exudes character, charm, and elegance! The home is beautifully situated back from the street offering privacy and grandeur. Outside highlights include arched windows, iron balconies, Moreno tiled entryway that leads to a front door with delicately patterned stained glass. Remodeled numerous times, this light airy 6400 + sq ft open floor plan is a perfect haven for families and amazing for entertaining with multiple French doors leading to the back patio. This 5 Bedroom and 4 Bath home also has a large sunny pool room for convenient access to the pool and spa. The Showpiece Gourmet Kitchen has light-colored slab granite, commercial 6 burner gas range, double ovens, double dishwashers, three sinks, Subzero Refrigerator, and a large walk-in pantry. The Master Suite is located on the first floor with Luxurious Spa-like Master Bath and beautiful oversized shower. The first floor includes a casually elegant living room with 11 ft coved ceiling, majestic mountain views, and a fireplace modeled after the nearby Phoenician’s. The kitchen and oversized family room boast brick walls from the original 1920’s home. Also, on the main floor is a private two-stationed custom office, formal dining room with a domed ceiling, grand crystal chandelier, clear leaded glass transoms, domed ceiling foyer, and cozy library off the living room. In the former basement is a new walk-in 1500 bottle wine room, wine-tasting room, and a large work out room with herringbone patterned brick floors. Resort style grounds include numerous patios, oversized 42′ long pool, large 12-person Jacuzzi/spa, outdoor kitchen, and Hopi/Arcadia schools. Too many extras to list! Featured on the cover of Phoenix Home and Garden and selected for the prestigious Palette of Homes Tour. This piece of Arcadia magic can be your dream home!

5915 E Calle Del Sud | Arcadia – $3,750,000

The 3 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley In 2018 are 6

7,875 sf. 5 bedrooms/7 bathrooms. 24,728 sf lot. 4+ car garage.

The Scoop: This brand-new custom showpiece, created by the ultra-talented team at Brimley Development is loaded with timeless, modern design. Caroline DeCesare, the visionary behind DeCesare Design Group, produced a classic, yet current vibe that shines throughout every beautiful room, from the outstanding chef’s kitchen to the breathtaking master retreat. Not a detail was overlooked from the hidden elevator to the restaurant style wet bar, and the finishes are absolutely exquisite. The butler’s pantry off the kitchen, the morning bar in the master, and the magnificent wine wall in the dining room are just some of the stylish features that make this home so special, and quality millwork, artistic lighting and multiple custom fireplaces create an amazing atmosphere. The grounds are exceptional offering a gorgeous pool with water features, spacious spa, exposed brick fireplace, and bocce ball court, and fully retractable doors open to beautiful patios that look out onto the breathtaking landscape. Impeccable finishes, design perfection and magnificent ambience just begin to tell the story of the unique custom estate!

Paradise Valley, AZ

6108 E Redwing Rd | $6,175,000

The 3 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley In 2018 are 7

10,127 sf. 6 bedrooms/8 bathrooms. 1.7+ acres. 8+ car garages.

The Scoop: Nothing of its kind seen on the market, unparalleled quality and perfection all come together for an amazing estate home. Sitting on 1.73 acres with heavily landscaped grounds, which include a putting/chipping green, 2 outdoor fireplaces, a real fire pit and a fire table on top of the view deck which showcase the breathtaking views of camelback/praying monk and mummy. Interiors host a 480-bottle wine wall in dining room, butler’s pantry with coffee machine, grand kitchen with walk in custom pantry, a game/theater room with bifold doors to outdoor entertaining, 2 powder rooms, glass wall huge exercise room. A 2-bed guest house with full kitchen, private patio and own garage. A gated auto court leads you to the 8 garages, one is a rv oversized door air conditioned and includes indoor basketball with pickle ball. Lots of storage and built in garage cabinets. The master features a private patio with a 6-person jacuzzi hot tub. Captivating views seen all throughout the home of mummy and camelback. Nothing was overlooked in this home and it will be one never seen again. Outdoor pool/spa will hand down be the best seen with the ramada shading the swim up bar and pool lounge areas/spa. Built in sunshields, umbrella sleeves and misters will make summers a joy. Too much to list with this one of a kind estate home!!

5220 N Casa Blanca Dr | Camelback Lands – $6,100,000

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9,490 sf. 6 bedrooms/7 bathrooms. 1.4 acres. 4+ car garage.

The Scoop: This 2017 privately gated 6 bedroom,7 bath,9,490sf Transitional 1.36-acre estate, with 2 guest suites, is located on one of the most prestigious streets in Paradise Valley. The heart of the home is an impressive dual island chef’s kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. It flows into the family room creating 70 ft of uninterrupted open living space. The family room’s full entertainment bar also services the adjoining 12 seat home theatre. Multiple motorized pocket doors open to a huge, green backyard pastureland with sport court, putting green, resort-size pool steps away from a ramada with fireplace, a BBQ area and covered entertainment patios. The home s ceilings possess beautiful attention to detail: the living room’s 17 ft dark wood beamed, the dining room’s coffered ceiling.

6121 E Orchid Ln | $6,000,000

The 3 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Scottsdale, Phoenix, and Paradise Valley In 2018 are 9

9,830 sf. 5 bedrooms/7 bathrooms. 1.3 acres. 4+ car garage.

The Scoop:  THE TIME IS NOW! | CASUAL FRENCH EXCELLENCE | MRA Custom Homes presents: This breathtaking European-esque timeless masterpiece was built to last a lifetime with solid masonry construction coupled with only the finest and most exquisite finishes. Unobstructed Mummy Mountain Views from the backyard from nearly every South facing window and door. Lower operating costs thanks to the multi-layered roof system, a 9.2 K.W. solar photo-voltaic system, 2 solar water heaters, and the full use of a PRIVATE WELL for irrigation. Allows for grand entertaining but skillfully designed for year-round intimate enjoyment. Never occupied and IMPECCABLY maintained! PRICED FAR BELOW A 2017 APPRAISAL!

ARMLS data shows Scottsdale had 7 sales above $5 million and Paradise Valley had 11 sales above $5 million. The Phoenix market topped out just above $4 million. There were a few off the market sales ranging upwards of $10 million.

The Arizona luxury real estate market continues to see a surge in expensive home sales. We keep breaking records. Last year we broke a record above $15 million, this year at $17.5 million. Will 2019 continue to break records, is think we might say luxury agent Juan Pesqueira. We might finally hit the $20 million price…

P:S – these homes could change as we might see a new leader after the year seeing that we have 5 homes pending above $5 million…

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Swing batter! Seven lavish Spring Training pads with batting cages in Arizona for sale now.

10 stadiums. 15 MLB teams. 75-degree temps. Spring training 2018 is about to go in full swing. But a home with its own batting cage means there never has to be an off-season. If you’ve worked your way up to an MLB-level salary, perhaps you too can afford to always take in a night sesh of batting practice.

With your own batting cage, you can take your game to the next level without leaving the property, invite your pals over or just live like a baller. You may never hit like Goldy, but no one will ever know, since you won’t have to leave the privacy of your own home to hit grand slams and learn how to hit that backdoor slider…

902 W El Camino Dr, Phoenix, AZ

  • Price Tag: $875,000

Walk off: Built in 1904 ​this charming property in Oberg Estates still has original adobe walls and was once the home of Former Governor Wesley Bolin. Beautifully remodeled and added onto by the current owner at a cost of $1,150,000. Entertain inside and out. Tongue and grove vaulted ceilings, wine cellar, basement, 2 gas fireplaces, large deck off upstairs bedroom, office/study area, formal dining, hardwood, and travertine flooring. Gourmet kitchen offers custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, gas range, island, butler’s pantry, granite counters and overlooks resort style backyard! Large and private backyard offers extended covered brick paver patio, built in BBQ, pool with water features, synthetic grass area. Batting cage and hockey rink could be included in the sale!

LA: Katherine J Wright & Bobby H Lieb – HomeSmart 

39860 N Prince Ave, San Tan Valley, AZ

  • Price Tag: $998,999

Walk off: You have found an absolute gem! Pass through the private gates down your tree-lined driveway to this extraordinary home nestled in the middle of 3.58 acres of grass & rustling pecan trees. All 6,303 square feet are rich with luxury finishings and country charm. The generous size is thoughtfully laid out with 6 bds + an office, heated pool & spa, batting cage, huge loft & two incredible game rooms. The 5+ car detached garage features 3 oversized doors (all 10ft tall). Includes ~797 sqft finished apartment with kitchenette, bath and bdrm. Horses get the royal treatment, too, with an impressive four-stall mare motel, five additional 16×20 covered stalls made of heavy gauge steel, another shaded enclosure (all outfitted with water spigots), & two fenced, irrigated pastures. It’s paradise!

LA: Jeffrey Davis – Brokers Only, LLC 

Swing batter! Eight lavish Spring Training pads with batting cages in Arizona. 4

5212 E Windrose Dr, Scottsdale, AZ

  • Price Tag: $1.125m

Walk off:  Stunning Sunburst Farms custom estate on almost a full acre of horse property is truly one of those rare to market opportunities. Full covered barn out back, equipped with water, electric, with 4 stalls and room for more! Barn also has extra weight room and garages or tons of storage! Barn can be multi use as garages and will fit up to 6 cars! The main home is stunning – This 4 bedroom 4 bathroom remodel from top to bottom has been done with exquisite style and detail. New exterior paint, travertine flooring and Pella windows. Kitchen could be pulled from Bon Apetit and features knotty alder cabinets, chiseled edge granite counters, Kohler sinks, 42” Subzero fridge, Asko d/w, Wolf (microwave, double oven & GAS cooktop). Huge irrigated grass play area, lite fullsize batting cage.

LA: Lisa Roberts – RE/MAX Excalibur

4658 S Banning Dr, Gilbert, AZ

  • Price Tag: $1.249m

Walk off: Spectacular CUSTOM home located in highly coveted WESTON RANCH, one of Gilbert’s premier gated communities. Freshly painted and HEAVILY UPGRADED both inside and out. 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, playroom/theater room, temperature controlled wine room, living room, dining room, 4 car garage, owned solar panels. Entertainer’s kitchen with Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances along with a ”Sonic style” ice machine. Incredible master suite offers a split bathroom with 2 separate toilets and sinks, 2 separate walk-in showers and 2 separate custom walk-in closets. Master suite also includes a wet bar and fridge, and a separate sitting or exercise room. Resort like backyard with 2 lighted MAJOR LEAGUE quality batting cages, basketball court, gorgeous pool, built-in BBQ and fireplace.

LA: Robert Lazor – ProSmart Realty

518 E Bridle Way, Gilbert, AZ

  • Price Tag: $1.7m

Walk off:  Impeccable Home on 1.3 Acre Lot with Guest House! This Home Truly has it ALL! A Kitchen that Wolf Gang Puck would be proud of that features a Wolf Gas Range, Sub Zero Refrigerator, Dual Ovens, Butler’s Pantry, Pot Filler, Burdette Cabinetry, Warming Drawer & a farm house sink! Interior is decked out w/ 3 Isokern Fireplaces, Ceiling Details, Crown Molding, a temperature controlled wine room, Wet Bar w/ ice maker, Pocket doors, Two Game Rooms, wood floors, custom wood work & so much more! Master Suite doesn’t miss a beat featuring an atrium w/ outdoor shower, stackable washer/dryer, coffee bar & spa like shower! You will fall in love w/ the grounds that include a heated spa & diving pool, Ramada, Motor Court, Batting Cage, sport court, Viking BBQ & Guest House w/ a gym! The list goes on & on

LA: Darwin Wall – ProSmart Realty

10010 E Cholla St, Scottsdale, AZ

  • Price Tag: $2.37m

Walk off:   Extraordinarily elegant, this gated contemporary estate enjoys an ambience of sumptuous sophistication beginning with a magnificent living room graced with a dramatic beamed ceiling and clerestory windows that dapple the large-scale floors with natural light. A two-way fireplace offers visual connection with the family room, host to a multi-beamed ceiling motif and wall-width sheer glass doors that reveal a wealth of first-class alfresco amenities: shimmering diving pool, expansive lawn, in-ground trampoline, fenced sport court, barbecue island, batting cage and more. Gorgeous kitchen w/sparkling backsplash in rich blend of jet-black, snow-white. Master suite w/huge view windows, private patio access. Wine room. Media room. Office w/built-ins. Workout room w/bath. Poolside guest house.

LA: Sandra Baldwin – Launch Real Estate

6045 E Montecito Ave, Scottsdale, AZ

  • Price Tag: $2.895m

Walk off:   Completely renovated Arcadia masterpiece featuring a sprawling corner lot with unobstructed views of Camelback Mountain, & one of only four large homes on a meticulously maintained cul de sac. The spectacular update offers 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths plus an additional large office/flex room. Dream kitchen with Thermador professional appliances, soaring ceilings in every room, hardwood flooring throughout, custom cabinetry, and an extremely open and bright floor plan, perfect for entertaining and indoor/outdoor living. Tasteful designer accents throughout, and a master suite beyond compare! The massive 37,000 SF lot boasts lush, mature landscaping, natural and synthetic grass, sparkling pool, built in BBQ gazebo, batting cage, and sits in one of the best locations in all of Arcadia!

LA: Mark Reckling & James Fox – Reckling Properties LLC

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Top Realtor® guide SELLING an OUT-of-STATE property in Arizona from afar…

Trying to sell a house in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe or throughout Arizona is tough enough, and if you’re selling a home from out of state, it can be damn near scary but in reality its It’s Easy As Pie…

Whether you’ve had to relocate because of a new job, are selling a second home or investment property, or are trying to settle the estate of a former relative, a few simple steps can help you to sell your Arizona property quickly and avoid carrying costs for property that you’re not living in.

The goal to selling home or condominium from out of state is to get the best price for your property in a reasonable period of time. You don’t want to sit or toy with the market for too long.

If you take the time to address these crucial areas before you carry on with your life in another state, you’re likely to secure a sale quickly—so you’re not carrying multiple mortgages or paying for upkeep on an empty property.

1234STEP #1 Choose REALTOR® Juan Pesqueira.

Don’t go at it alone, that’s crazy! You must hire a REALTOR, who will be responsible for showing and marketing the home, making sure all legal paperwork is complete and timelines are in order, checking on it in your absence, possibly hiring contractors to handle upgrades and repairs, and ensuring there is a smooth sales transaction.


Because you’re trying to sell the home or condo quickly and achieve the highest possible price, it’s important to price the home right (Market value) rather than test the market with a high figure and take price cuts later. Although full disclosure some properties benefit using the price high, take price cuts. This will be part of the market evaluation Juan Pesqueira does. Although we want to sell quickly, I don’t want to leave money on the table.

Rely on your agent (Juan Pesqueira) to look at the home and advise you on how best to price it after looking at comparable home sales, doing a full market analysis, and tapping into your agents market knowledge. This will determine how long the home will remain on the market at that price compared to other price points.


This should be step #1 and its always best to have another set of eyes (Your REALTOR) go through the home first. As REALTORS we deal with buyers, see a lot of property, and know what buyers will say or think before entering.

Today’s Buyers want a home that looks move-in ready. That means you’ll need to make sure the place is clean and free of clutter. Get rid of all the crap, remove all personal property, make it smell good.  

If you need to use an auction company, hold a garage sale, and hire professional cleaner to get the most value – do so.

Every buyer will get a home inspection during the inspection period. If you know of any major issues, its best to let your agent know upfront (as you will need to fill out the SPDS – Seller property disclosure statements). Be sure to make any necessary home repairs and don’t ignore cosmetic upgrades. If you do, be prepared to make them, or give a price drop/credit during inspections.  Although you don’t need to renovate the entire home, it’ll help to fix major problems, have the home professionally cleaned and repainted.

With that in mind, before you skip town, you might want to hire an on-call handyman to address last-minute repairs who can accept online payments.

STEP 4. SEX SELLS and in real estate it’s necessary!

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Once you have everything in its place and are ready to show off your home OR condominium, do so with professional photos (This is covered by your real estate agent Juan Pesqueira). Virtual reality is the new selling trend, a 3-D floor plan, aerial photography and video, or walkthrough video will enhance your property online and allow buyers to check it out from their living room. In the luxury real estate world this is mandatory as your buyer can be outside the state or country.

A professional photographer will know how to best capture your home’s SEXIEST features. Especially now that many potential home buyers start shopping online, professional photos can enhance your listing.

You’d be surprised how many potential home buyers are turned off by horrible photos, bad lighting, etc.

If you live in Canada, California, New York, or anywhere in the country (but not in Arizona) and trying to sell your property in Arizona – whether it be an Investment, luxury home, penthouse, doing a 1031 exchange, condominium, land, multi-family, etc. and looking to put your property on the market, i can help.  It’s Easy & Simple. This is a full service listing we offer to out of state sellers.

How is the process done?  Easy, if there is a way for us to have access to the property all documents for listing and selling the property can be completed via email (DocuSign) or scan.   We will also send you showing reports and market updates throughout the process.  Juan Pesqueira is ALWAYS available by phone (Text and Call) or email to answer any questions or concerns you may have.

If you are considering placing your property on the market, please don’t hesitate to contact Juan Pesqueira or give me a shout.

Arcadia Luxury built from the ground up is so Arcadia…

PrimeTime Location. Brand new build. Typical Arcadia design


Located in the heart of Arcadia with a perfect view of Camelback Mountain. The home was designed by Kent Architects and the interiors by H Ryan Studio is ideal for entertainment and loaded!

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Featuring 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, 3813 sf, 16,365 sf lot, 2 car garage, with a pool & spa. The house was completed in 2015 and is in HIDDEN VILLAGE subdivision. The cross streets are 56th street & Indian School (Arcadia location with Scottsdale address – best of both worlds!)…

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Price tag: $2,175,000 and its listed with American Realty Brokers/Carrie Hancock.

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#Arcadia House of the Day!

96 contracts signed/recorded at $1M and above February 2017 | Maricopa County

Maricopa County (includes Scottsdale, Phoenix, Arcadia, Paradise Valley, Tempe, Chandler, etc.) luxury market saw another strong month, with 96 contracts signed/recorded at $1 million and above. 

In total, the weekly asking price sales volume was $164 million between Feb. 1 and Feb. 28th, per the monthly report from Pesqueira John. That’s a lot of happy valentines to your special someone. Out of the 96 sales, 11 were on penthouses, townhomes, and lofts (with an average ask of $1.7 million). The two top sales were in Two Biltmore Estates ($2.3-2.6 million). Followed by a three sales in The Enclave at Borgata ($1.825-$1.84 million).

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The .1 Contract occurred in Estancia. Brand new contemporary was described as a show stopper on the 17th green. The 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 5,000 sf lavish pad sold for $4,000,000 & it was all cash!

96 contracts signed.recorded at $1M and above February 2017

The 2. Contract takes us to Horseshoe Canyon neighborhood in Silverleaf. This soon to be completed single story spec home is done by Calvis Wyant Luxury Homes with a price of $3.6 million.

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Per Pesqueira John, the average asking price for the month of February was $1.86 million. The average discount from original ask to last asking price was -8.96% percent, and the average number of days on the market was 169. These numbers only include sales, homes that have sat on the market for longer were not included. These also only include was has been sold through the MLS, not anything off the market, or tax records only.

Contact: Arizona Ultra-Luxury Real Estate seekers & concierge…



Poopin off 2017 Paradise Valley luxury real estate market with a $12.75M bang!

That’s right folks!  A record breaking sale and 3rd highest in history starts 2017 off right! Priced at $13.5 million, selling at $12.75 million this wine connoisseur and car collector dream is 14,150 sf, 7 bedrooms, 12 shitters, with an impressive 11-car, 800 bottle wine cellar. To be honest I don’t know what this home does not have. It has a koi pond, chef’s kitchen, office, man cave, theater, butler’s pantry, his & her baths, full fitness gym & sauna, guest house, motor court entry, fully gated, office in the garage, romantic pool, and spa entertainment area, firepits, patios, and a sport court. A home you will never have to leave and easy to entertain.


Rounding out the top 4


  1. SILVERLEAF Scottsdale | SOLD $4,926,500

9600 sf, 4 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms, stunning Bing Hu designed estate offers sweeping mountain and city views. 


  1. EARL ESTATE Arcadia | SOLD $4,250,000

Brand new construction by Santorini Homes combined with the exceptional talents of Mark Candelaria Design.


  1. RANCHO SUNNY VALE Paradise Valley | SOLD $3,600,000

An extraordinary modern design & featured on here as a 4M Shiny new modern crib in PV comes with its own espresso/coffee maker

Contact: Arizona Ultra-Luxury Real Estate seekers & concierge…


Billionaire Peter Sperling list Phoenix-Arcadia estate for a whopping $16.9 million.

Peter Sperling one of the 400 wealthiest Americans, son of University of Phoenix founder John Sperling, has put up his Phoenix, Arcadia Santa Barbara/Tuscan estate designed by renowned architect, George Christensen for $16,850,000.

The estate is on 5 very prime & scarce acres, comprised of 4 separate structures including the 12,000-sf main house, a 3,500-sf guest house, a 1,900-sf office, a 1,500-sf gym, caretaker cottage, & 8+ car garage. Rounding out all the structures to 18,900 sf…

Full MLS listing detail:

Taliesin trained and renowned architect, George Christensen is responsible for the design of this timeless home. On 5 acres, this estate is comprised of 4 separate structures including the 12,000 sf main house, a 3,500 sf guest house, a 1,900 sf office and a 1,500 sf gym and caretaker cottage. The main house has 6 bedroom suites 7.5 baths. Finishes like hand applied plaster walls, wide-plank white oak wood flooring, reclaimed beams, Hopes steel windows and doors, and multiple fireplaces set the stage for comfortable elegance and easy living. The open kitchen includes La Cornue and Viking appliances; creamy marble countertops, and the finest custom cabinetry. A formal living room and dining room create perfect settings for entertaining, while the very large family room is adjacent to the kitchen and breakfast room and opens via French doors to the beamed and covered patio and the expansive gardens beyond. The backyard is a very private place to enjoy the pool, fountains, lush landscaping, and outdoor kitchen. The guest house includes 3 en-suite bedrooms, a lovely great room, kitchen, patio, lap pool, and garage. The office was designed for both work and play. The caretaker cottage creates a very comfortable space for live-on property assistants. While exercising in the very large gym, you will enjoy spectacular views of Camelback Mountain. The 2 acres of citrus orchards are the last remaining irrigated orchards in Arcadia.

The listing is held with Walter Danley and Libby Cohen of Walt Danley Realty.

This is a one-of a kind estate, in one of the best locations, and ready for its new billionaire buyer…This is what you call a trophy property…

2016 Phoenix to Scottsdale luxury real estate market summed up in one word. Record Breaking!!!

To sum it up with one word! Record breaking year for the Phoenix Metro Luxury Real Estate market. We broke not one but two records. Scottsdale, Arizona up in the Canyon Heights subdivision saw the most expensive home ever sold in Arizona, a whopping $13,700,000 price tag. In Phoenix, Arizona – Arcadia area up on Camelback and Camelhead a CONTEMPORARY HILLSIDE on the edge sold for $11,200,000.

Here’s the list, which is based on county property records and information from Juan Pesqueira. Click on the slideshow to see photos of some of them… 

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  1. $13.7 million (Record Breaking)

Address: Scottsdale, Arizona (Canyon Heights). Month sold: April

About the Estate: This 25,989 square-foot estate Truly one of a kind, this Mediterranean masterpiece sits on over 6.5 acres in one of North Scottsdale’s most desirable gated communities. It has nine bedrooms, seventeen bathrooms and comes with a 12-car garage. The sale reportedly set a record for most expensive home ever sold in Scottsdale, Arizona.


  1. $11.2 million (Record Breaking)

Address: Phoenix, Arizona on Red Rock st: Month sold: March

About the CONTEMPORARY HILLSIDE: This five-bedroom, six and half-bathroom home on 1.25 acre built onto the side of Camelback Mountain has its own elevator, INDOOR/OUTDOOR CLIMBING WALL, TERRACED PUTTING GREENS, four car garage stalls and a ATTACHED GUEST HOUSE WITH A FULL KITCHEN.

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  1. $11.1 million (Broken Record in Silverleaf)

Address: Scottsdale, Arizona in Silverleaf. Month sold: October

About the home: The six-bedroom, ten & half-bathroom house on 4.09 acres is a Dale Gardon, architect, David Michael Miller, designer, and Linthicum Construction combined their genius to create this exquisite Santa Barbara style estate on two of the finest view lots in Silverleaf.


  1. $10.4 million (Off the market in Silverleaf)

Address: Scottsdale, Arizona in Silverleaf. Month sold: July

The 411: per the country assessors on July 15th 2016 (new construction) 9,661 sf mansion on 1.89 acres located in Silverleaf at DC Ranch sold for $10,384,868. The lot itself was pegged as “situated at the top of and overlooking the green of the 1st fairway of the golf course at Silverleaf, this is truly the single most spectacular golf and city view lot in all the Valley let alone Silverleaf”.


  1. $8.5 million (Off the market in Silverleaf)

Address: Scottsdale, Arizona in Silverleaf. Month sold: August

About the home: This majestic 2-acre estate is situated in the upper canyon Silverleaf. The 14,313 s.f. home encompasses 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms and a guest casita.


  1. $8 million (Off the market in Paradise Valley)

Address: Joshua Tree Ln in Paradise Valley, Arizona. Month sold: January

About the home: Views surround you in the Heart of Paradise. The home was built by CALVIS WYANT HOMES and features 10,509 sf with guest house…The sale was sold off the market for $8,000,000…


  1. $7.7 million (Off the market in Paradise Valley)

Address: Scottsdale, Arizona (DESERT MOUNTAIN). Month sold: September

The Scoop:  One of the most magnificent homes and homesites in all of Arizona situated on top of a 1 acre hillside lot located just south the Chiricahua Clubhouse overlooking the 18th hole. Built by Platinum Homes and designed by architect Bing Hu this impressive estate offers unmatched panoramic views, exquisite architecture, contemporary elegance & ultimate entertaining. This livable 8,460 sq ft home features 4 en suite bedrooms, a 1 bedroom guest house.

2016 has been an amazing year for luxury real estate in the Phoenix Metro market (includes Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Arcadia, Biltmore, etc.). Multiple records were broken. I still believe that we are underpriced for the type of home and size (land and structure) you can buy compared to around the world. We don’t have ocean front but we do have lake front, we don’t have sky scrapers but we do have the most amazing sunsets. I’ll take mountain and desert views any day of the year! Why not retire in Arizona? From Scottsdale to phoenix, from Paradise to the Biltmore – the perfect weather and views await…

Contact: Arizona Ultra-Luxury Real Estate seekers & concierge…


Due to respect of the new owners and our policy of confidentiality we did not disclose property addresses. All sales above was recorded in the county assessors. The list above to be updated at the end of the year if any new record breaking sales record within the last week of 2016. – John

Some love and TLC will get this Scottsdale home poppin in the 85281!

Located on the south west corner of 62nd st and Exeter Blvd across from the Scottsdale learning center in the 85281 zip. This prime Scottsdale home with contemporary vibe and funkadelic colors was once priced $3.1 million, now the bank says sell it!

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The original list price was $2.120M, today it’s been dropped down to $1.56M. Let’s cut to the chase, it needs work – the pool is empty and covered, the colors and design is out of touch even for today’s contemporary standards. But when you break down the overall property; over 5,200 sf, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 shitters, 3 car garage, and on .68-acre lot it’s a good deal that could be a better deal since it’s been listed for 200+ days.

Whats hot in real estate? Location, Location, Location…This is one of the best locations in Scottsdale and Phoenix combined. To the east is Old Town Scottsdale, to the west is Arcadia and Phoenix/Biltmore area, and to the North is Camelback Mountain/Paradise Valley. The who’s who in Arizona and celebrities call this area home. The Phoenician Resort, the Biltmore resort, the W, Scottsdale Fashion square, Maya day spa, art galleries, bars, shopping, dining, etc. all within a short drive or damn near walk. Now let’s be clear, at the current price this is not a fix n flip price but it’s a great buy fix and hold investment. Hold if for 3-5 years before putting back for sale or for all you 1.7+M home shoppers this would be a perfect next buy if you’re willing to do some work. The bank is asking $1,558,600 but as they say everything is negotiable…

Check out the listing here…

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4 of the 10 most expensive home sales in Arizona during June was New Construction.

Luxury Home sales prices driven up by New Construction during June 2016 in the ultra-affluent neighborhoods of Silverleaf in Scottsdale and Paradise Valley.

Four of the 10 most expensive home sales in Arizona during June was New Construction.

#1. Topping the list at $6,995,000, a New home in Silverleaf’s Upper Canyon! Designed by award-winning architect Erik Peterson of Phoenix Architecture and construction by Sonora West Development. The estate is 9974 sf Formal Mediterranean-style home on 4 acres perched high up against the mountain preserve providing privacy and sweeping, unobstructed city and sunset views to the southwest.

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#2. In Casa Blanca Estates Paradise Valley, a flawless and elegant estate design that mixes old world and modern sophistication sold for $4,291,000. A NANCE CONSTRUCTION masterpiece brought to you by the team of architect Matt Thomas with designer Berkley Interiors and landscape by Refined Gardens.

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#3. Located in Horseshoe Canyon in Silverleaf (Scottsdale).  Drawn by architect Bing Hu and being built by Luster Homes sold for $3,299,000.

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#9.  Tailored for a resort and club lifestyle, The Village at Silverleaf is the newest offering in this prestigious community. The tag team of Don Ziebell – Oz Architects, (whose distinctive Silverleaf Club design is world renowned), and luxury home builder Rod Cullum of Cullum Homes. Sold $2,481,878.

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#4. Scottsdale, Arizona     Sold: $3,200,000

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#5. Phoenix (Arcadia)     Sold: $3,165,000

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#6. Paradise Valley     Sold: $2,800,000

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#7 Paradise Valley     Sold: $2,700,000

#8 Scottsdale     Sold: $2,600,000

see – $5M Glass, Steel, & Views just about sums up this design by architect Gordon Rogers in Scottsdale Mountain

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#10 Scottsdale     Sold: $2,450,000

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Our luxury home market is still relatively low in prices compared to other outside Arizona. If you are willing to wait a little, looking to choose your finishes, and design your home why not go after something brand new says agent Juan Pesqueira.  One thing we do not lack (except in Tempe) is land and views.

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$2.75M luxurious property just happens to be sitting on the South slope of Camelback Mountain

Location: Phoenix, AZ (Arcadia)

Price tag: $2,750,000

Can you handle this 7 bedroom, 7 bathrooms, 3 car garage, 6656 sf, on nearly an acre home on the South slope of Camelback Mountain? The curb appeal is stunning, your greeted by an inviting porte co·chère through its private gated entry, and the backyard is to die for!

The backyard is a beautiful oasis consisting of a paved seating area perfect for entertaining, built-in BBQ, lavish Ramada, stunning mountain views, and a sparkling pool with bar. Don’t miss out on this luxurious property. – listing broker Caliber Realty Group, LLC

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The property features a main house and two story guest house, office, theater room, gym, putting green, and so much more. With views galore, this living on the edge home can be yours for $2,750,000

take the 3D tours…


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