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Fri Mar 25, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
Visit: http://www.onlineatanthem.com/anthem-country-club-community-association for answers and phone numbers to obtain information.
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Fri Mar 25, 2016
Karen Peyton answered:
Instead of posting your questions here on Trulia, you can receive information directly from the source by visiting the Anthem Country Club Community website at:
http://www.onlineatanthem.com/anthem-country-club-community-association

There are also phone numbers on the website so you can speak with someone regarding your questions and concerns.

Need more info? Your agent should be able to help!

Good luck!
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Thu Feb 25, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Have you tried contacting your county assessor's office?
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Sat Feb 20, 2016
Pinkjelly1234 answered:
I'm a seller and now in escrow. My listing suddenly shows "contingent - back up offer" after I accepted a buyer's offer.
The buyer had a home inspection and appraisal. There's no major issue because entire house was remodeled. I invested over $60,000 for new kitchen, flooring, all new appliances,jacuzzi, new bathrooms, electric panel for safety ($3600 cost), air cleaner ...
The stove I have is 5 burners and 1 small burner is working on and off and toilet seat loose, one patio door screen missing.
I offered $500 credit to cover all minor issues..but since buyer has FHA loan, this process is way long and strict.
FHA hold contingency because of one burner is not working, exterior building tiny spot peeling paint.
With 2 things, the process gives a seller hard time.

My agent says if conventional loan, these can go easily.

I'm starting tired....buyer and lender want to work out and seller too. But lender wants to confirm a working burner and exterior fix by HOA. In this situation, my status is " contingent- back up offer.

Buyer, seller, lender still work out together but just in case, seller receives a backup offer.

PS Buyer requests 1.5% closing fee, taking $500 credit for minor repair and buyers seem happy.
But since FHA, lender wants everything perfect even one tiny burner. It can fix with credit seller offers after buyer moves in.
It's crazy....
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Sat Jan 2, 2016
cmpower99 answered:
It is true, I have lived in the Club, and have owned in there for ten years. There a some families that have moved out of it, to move to the Parkside neighborhood. Parkside neighborhoods are awesome for kids if you're kids like to hang out with other kids. But than again it can depend on the neighborhood in the Club, but I would say that Parkside is more kid friendly, if I had children that's where I would live. ... more
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Tue Apr 28, 2015
Bianca Bennett answered:
It will really depend on how much water you plan to use, if you have a lot of plants, if you have pool..etc
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Thu May 22, 2014
jjmarais answered:
Vani, thanks for your response. I was able to gather some of my own answers over the past few hours. I visited the new development adjoining Anthem on the north side next to the I-17 frontage road. Richmond American, the builder, is charging a premium ranging between $10k and $30k for view fence lots. An appraiser buddy of mine indicated a 3%-5% premium for view fence lots which gels with the 10k-30k dollar range above ... more
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
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Thu Mar 27, 2014
Bianca Bennett answered:
Also check out Taylor Morrison for new homes.


Residential Real Estate Professional / Prestige Realty
Bianca Bennett / 602-570-7898
Bianca@InvestInArizonaHomes.com
Website: www.InvestInArizonaHomes.com ... more
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Tue Jan 28, 2014
Rebecca Kallhoff Team answered:
This answer could be found by contacting your HOA... If you're buying a home there and curious, that is something your agent should be able to find out for you....
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
Sylvia Hamilton answered:
There are no screenings or background checks in Anthem - Parkside or the Country Club. If you have any specific questions regarding Anthem, I am happy to assist. My team is based out of the Keller Williams Phoenix/Anthem office and can certainly assist you.

Good luck!
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Tue Jul 2, 2013
Rose Mullins answered:
The short answer is that the lease transfers with the purchase and you would be required to honor the lease. However, that being said, you may enter into an agreement with the tenant that would offer you the end result you are looking for. Usually renters are most agreeable if you sweeten the deal for them (ie; refund their deposits, give them their last 30 days free, or provide a cash moving incentive). Make sure that all agreements are made in writing with all parties signing the agreement. ... more
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Sun Apr 21, 2013
Maria Fano answered:
Century 21 Desert Estates, 623-742-6994, has been managing properties forever and does a great job. 4250 W Anthem Way, Phoenix, AZ
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Thu Apr 4, 2013
Moira Huss answered:
Great answers from others, being this was back in April 2011, if you still follow this question, I'd be curious to know what your outcome was.
It is important to know that you were signing a Real Estate Agency Disclosure and Election form for either, and if your offer was accepted on the first home. Yes if you did not withdraw and had money in escrow, you would lose that earnest deposit.
If you were signing a real estate agency disclosure and election, it would've needed additional signing that you did not have full representation.
If you work with one agent, they're representing you.
If you're working with the listing agent, as the buyer, you have limited representation.
I sure hope you're following this so you can answer as to the outcome of your question?
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Thu Mar 7, 2013
Barbara Holbrook answered:
If you don't have any disabilities, a two story home is great because it usually separates general living quarters from bedrooms and the first floor usually has a very spacious look.
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Fri Sep 14, 2012
Jay Kopas answered:
No mello roo fees. Bonds are connected to your property taxes and assess that way. Usually fire, community college, and schools are the bonds. There are several different communities in Anthem. Parkside which HOA fees are about 80 a month; The Landings about 90 a month; The Villages (condos) which are about 250 a month; and the Club area which has two fees: HOA of about 150 a month, and then recreation of 150 as well, or golf membership which varies depending on the membership option.

It is a great community with so many choices.... I have lived here since November 1999, and my kids have grown up here too!
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Tue Aug 2, 2011
Patrick Jorgensen answered:
Wil,
We have plenty of water here. It just costs more than anywhere else in the valley. Arizona American Water is making us pay for the cost of their treatment facility. Unfortunately, until the lawsuits are settled, we are stuck. ... more
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Tue Apr 26, 2011
Michelle Carr-Crowe answered:
This is a big unknown. Maybe you should consider homes that are less likely to have been built with this material - either in another area or built when this product was not yet in use.
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