Here are the Valley's top home sales from the past week (11.4.19 - 11.10.19). The combined sales for the top 10 of the past week was over $27 million.
Paradise Valley, This extravagant home has views of Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak and is in close proximity to luxury resorts, country clubs, shopping, golf, dining, private schooling and much more, $4,409,320
Living In a Community
All of us live in a community of some kind. Our cities may be close-knit, and we know most people, or it could be sparse, and people are spread out over the county. The only time we might see them is if we go and visit them in their homes. That is why the newspapers, journals, and magazines have played an essential part in our communities in the past and also today. We depend upon media, like magazines, to fill us in on things we don't know about our community. It might be the baseball games that are being played on a particular day or the 4-H Club is having a yearly jamboree and we are asked to bring our tents and enjoy the fun.
In the modern world, millennials are using small spaces in unusual and energy-efficient ways. Millennials love to use small spaces by which they can both compartmentalize their lives, as well as maximize the space they own, lease, or rent. For example, many Millenials are already catching onto the GoGreen wave of renovation that is taking place across the country where thousands of homeowners are upgrading their homes with energy-efficient utilities, LED lighting, three-layer Payne windows, energy star appliances, more energy-efficient insulation, and other upgrades to become more sustainable and save on electric bills.
One of the best things about a home is the amenities. You get a refrigerator to keep perishable food cold, an air conditioner to combat the heat, a furnace to combat the chill, a stove for cooking food, a dishwasher so you don't have to scrub by hand, and a washer and dryer to clean your clothes. Every appliance in your home, from the garbage disposal to the range, makes your life easier. When one of these amenities breaks, it throws everything for a loop. All of a sudden, your food is spoiling you have to travel to a laundromat to get clean clothes or plunge your sink so the water goes down. It is not fun. It is also...