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Wed Feb 27, 2013
Rachel Shanahan answered:
Glendale, Peoria, Litchfield Park, Avondale, Goodyear, Buckeye, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa,Gilbert, Chandler, Cave Creek, Anthem just to name a few.
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Sun Dec 4, 2016
Ron Thomas answered:
You might take the APN down to the Assessors Office and ask them.
I wouldn't think that that was confidential information.
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Sun Jan 27, 2013
Debbie Nieman answered:
Trulia thank you for asking that question. If by up and coming neighborhood you mean activity then local schools, businesses, shopping and housing markets on the increase would be a good indicator of an up and coming neighborhood. Checking with the city planning and city reports to see what businesses are looking to move into the area. What area's are slated for new development with restaurants, shopping and activities are another indicator.

When searching it's always best to look for what's important to you. What one person believes is a good indicator someone else may deem as not.

Have a great weekend and when thinking real estate in the Phoenix market, keep me in mind.

Debbie Nieman
Real Estate Professional Keller Williams Sonoran Living
602-799-5239
diverdebi@cox.net

www.diverdebi.com
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Fri Nov 16, 2012
Jaleel M. Khan answered:
Arrowhead Town Center
Biltmore Fashion Park
Desert Sky Mall
Last Chance Bargain Shoe & Apparel
Kierland Commons
Desert Ridge Marketplace
Arizona Center
E&J's Designer Shoe Outlet

Have fun!!

Jay Khan, Realtor
One Stop Realty
480-747-0444
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Wed Feb 27, 2013
The Urban Team answered:
In general there are none. Some say Arizona leads the nation in water management strategies.
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Sat Aug 24, 2013
Bill Parker, CPA* answered:
Good Morning Trulia:

Can't you just Google, or whatever, this stuff vs. asking the professionals on your website to spend our time answering such questions?

Or, is it just me?
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Tue Oct 30, 2012
Sonny Shrivastava answered:
My suggestion to you would be to drive through the areas you are considering and make up your mind that way. Rolling the dice on "efforts to revitalize downtown Phoenix" would be speculating and we all know what happens when people speculate... What don't you like about downtown Phoenix? It looks pretty vital to me. ... more
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Wed Apr 5, 2017
Yamile Hirsh answered:
Dear Cork,

Phoenix inventory is decreasing and most homes that are vacant and distressed (as you call abandoned) are allocated to the bank that is holding the note. This are classifieds as REO, lender own, and some sold at the auction. You can only buy these cash. I advice you that you will not get addresses here or much information to protection of the properties. There has been several break ins in the past on these vacant homes that banks have implemented higher security, walk throughs and elctronic boxes for access to show and see the home.

The best bet and the easiest way to find these addresses and locations is by contacting a licensed local realtor that specializes in that area. I work with investors and banks, and that's what we do.

We send automated notifications to client's when these homes come on the market. They get sold in a matter of hours, and you will have to place an immediate offer. You have 10 days due diligence and inspection period if you wish to cancel. Most of these homes sell for full price now, and have multiple offers.

AZ is one of the hottest real estate markets, and homes sell in record time. Our mission is "sell your home in 3 days or we buy it". Homes don't even last a day.

Trulia, Zillow and realtor.com are great sources. The problem is that homes continue to show available, and they are not.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions


Yamile Hirsh, SFR,ePRO
Real Estate Investor Specialist.
Realtor
Home Smart Real Estate
2680 S. Val Vista Dr. Suite 101
Gilbert , AZ 85297
myhirsh@gmail.com
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Sat Oct 27, 2012
Brenda & Ron Cunningham answered:
I am not sure what you are asking, but anyone who abandons a home and has a loan on it, that home will become a bank foreclosure and will be listed in the MLS.
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Sun Oct 28, 2012
David Fuller answered:
There is pages and pages of stuff on google.com about them.
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Sat Oct 20, 2012
Christine Loschiavo answered:
Suburbs - Gilbert and Chandler, specifically.
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Mon Oct 28, 2013
David Fuller answered:
What is the subdivision name? I will research it for you. Give me a call or message me. If you don't know the subdivision i'll need your address. David R Fuller RE/MAX Desert Showcase 602-363-7653 ... more
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Tue Nov 13, 2012
Jennie Miller, Pllc answered:
There are actually several mountains to hike here in the Phoenix area--Squaw Peak, Camelback Mountain, and South Mountain are the larger, more popular ones. You can hike South Mountain often. Camelback is a killer of a hike! ... more
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Tiffany Carlson-Richison answered:
Hello,
I am familiar with the neighborhood. This property is not currently active in MLS and last closed escrow 4/15/2010. I hope you did not find this for sale online. If so I can help you find more accurate up to date lisitngs if you need assistance.

Tiffany Carlson
Associate Broker Realty One Group
480-215-1105
tiffanycarlsonrealtor@gmail.com
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Fri May 18, 2012
Tina Lam answered:
You can check out the school here: http://sunnyslope.guhsdaz.org/
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Sun May 6, 2012
Steffy Hristova answered:
Try Artisan Village down town Phoenix. You can read more details on my Trulia blog about it.
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Sun May 6, 2012
Steffy Hristova answered:
Sun May 6, 2012
Blair Ballin answered:
Hi! I think there are other factors involved too. There are Diamondback games, and other events as well. Additionally with ASU now downtown, The Light Rail, and the Convention Center it is more than just Suns games. However, with that said my opinion is many people like to live in a downtown to be closer to these events and nightlife. Our downtown has improved a lot and is great. Single family homes might be harder to find right in the downtown area (doable though) but there are some awesome condo "highrises." ... more
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Wed Oct 3, 2012
The Urban Team answered:
ASU has had a significant impact on the downtown Phoenix region, both socially and economically. Several top departments now call downtown Phoenix home including the Cronkite School, the nations largest nursing college, the ASU/UofA medical college and much more.

The student population, both part and full time, is in the 13,000 range with an anticipated student population rising up to nearly 20,000 in the next five years. Students bring so much to the table besides tuition and associated jobs.

A group of Cronkite students created an Iphone app called SmartPHX which allows people to finds restaurants, bars, music, arts, sports and other events when in the downtown region. This benefits people visiting the city as well as locals.

The campus has been and continues to contribute to downtown Phoenix's vitality and success. It was, in part, why I chose to be a downtown Phoenix real estate specialist.
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Thu Jan 1, 2015
Fran and Mark Redding answered:
Rita

Good luck with that. Be sure to check on the zoning for any property you consider.

Fran and Mark Redding
Prudential Fox & Roach, Realtors
1010 stonyhill Road
Yardley, PA 19067
215-321-3307 Direct
215-208-7169 Cell
www.franandmark.com
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