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11076 N Eagle Crest Drive, Oro Valley, AZ 85737

3 Bedrooms, 2219 SF, Many Upgrades, Priced to Sell, $309,900

Inviting + updated California contemporary in central OV community of Canada Ridge at Canada Hills. 3BD/2.5BA/2,219sqft showcases neutral color palate, airy vaulted ceilings, elegant iron + wood staircase, formal living + dining rooms in addition to great room + casual dining space. Clean + bright kitchen features prep-island w/ breakfast bar seating, granite counters, SS appliances, & casual dining space. Grand double door entry into upstairs master w/ shuttered windows, & vaulted ceiling. BDS 2+3 share hall bath. Lovely park-like backyard w/ covered patio, mature trees, & water conserving synthetic grass.

                                                          

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Oro Valley Homes for Sale - Long Realty Number One

In the Oro Valley area, July 2019 active inventory was 185, a 30% decrease from July 2018. There were 85 closings in July 2019, a 23% increase from July 2018. Year-to-date 2019 there were 607 closings, a 9% increase from year-to-date 2018. Months of Inventory was 2.2, down from 3.8 in July 2018. Median price of sold homes was $349,900 for the month of July 2019, up 6% from July 2018. The Oro Valley area had 77 new properties under contract in July 2019, down 4% from July 2018.

MARKET SHARE – ORO VALLEY Long Realty leads the market in successful real estate sales with 41.8%

ORO VALLEY HOMES FOR SALE MID-YEAR REPORT

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Oro Valley Homes for Sale - We Buy Homes Scams?

Home sellers who choose to sell directly to an iBuyer often end up paying higher fees than if they sold the traditional way with a real estate agent.
iBuyers provide instant cash offers and quick closings. 
But how profitable is it for sellers who choose this expedited route to a sale? 
Researchers estimate that sellers end up paying between 13% to 15% more when working with iBuyers. The percentage reflects differences in traditional real estate agency fees, as well as an allowance iBuyers often request for repairs and an additional 3% to 5% to cover the iBuyer’s liquidity risks and carrying costs. Most iBuyers will inspect the home, assess a generous home repair allowance, and negotiate (an additional) credit to handle such repairs.
The report also notes that the iBuying model could make properties vulnerable to several financial risks, such as the use of automated valuation models that could inflate property values. Also, properties remain empty while in the possession of iBuyers, which could make the homes vulnerable to theft and other criminal activity.
For some sellers needing to move or requiring quick extraction of equity, make these services worthwhile,” “But what percentage of the market will want this service remains to be seen.”

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Oro Valley Homes for Sale - Top Seller Questions

How long will my home be on the market?
There’s no easy answer to this question. In Tucson, the current days-on-market average is 38 days, but your home could sell much faster or slower. Geography, local trends, the marketability and price of your home all play a role. Higher-priced homes take longer to sell, because the pool of qualified buyers is shallower. The more prep work you do before listing your home, the easier, and less disruptive, the “for sale” period will be.
And the more likely you’ll be to beat that time-on-market average. In this market, it isn’t unusual for a value-priced home to sell in a matter of days.
How will the right buyer find my home?
Your agent will take care of this! Finding the right buyer is the goal of everything your agent does. Networking with other agents, locally to globally, paired with a skillful use of a comprehensive set of marketing tools will give your property the most exposure to potential buyers. In today’s market that means a strong digital marketing strategy that lets buyers see your listing anytime, anywhere, on any device.

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Oro Valley Homes for Sale - Fast Home Staging

Selling your home these days takes more than just finding an agent and listing it. You’ve got to really sell it. That means impressing buyers the second they walk in the door.
One of the best ways to do this? Home staging, where your home's decor undergoes a makeover in order to entice home buyers to swoon and make an offer.
A well-staged house will sell more quickly and draw a higher sales price.
So if the clock is ticking, here are home staging tips and tricks that you can pull off fast.
Put down the toilet seats
Open the blinds
Take out the trash and recycling
Clear your countertops
Adjust the temperature
Hide any piles of toys, clothes, and mail
Remove personal items
Clean, clean, clean
Add or adjust your lighting
Hang a mirror
Rearrange the living room furniture
Make small repairs

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Oro Valley Homes for Sale - Smart Homes

More homes are being outfitted with smart-home technology—devices that enable remote control and monitoring of household systems. 
More than half of consumers say they find the internet of things “creepy,” and three-quarters say they distrust the way data is shared. However, only 28% of consumers say they would forgo purchasing smart devices due to security concerns.
Homeowners with high incomes and home values—as well as those under the age of 45—were found to be the most likely to place an importance on having smart-home features.
Adding smart-home devices—particularly devices geared to security and safety, entertainment, climate control, and lighting—led to greater satisfaction among renovating homeowners than those who opted for standard upgrades.
Devices that can be controlled from a smartphone or computer are particularly in high demand. Sixty-two percent of consumers say they want their smart-home devices to be able to communicate with each other. Products that can be wirelessly integrated into a seamless, centralized system are poised for more growth.
New home shoppers are readily adopting the devices. 80% of new-home shoppers included smart-home upgrades. They were most willing to pay more for smart thermostats and smart security devices.

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Oro Valley Homes for Sale - Days on Market Important?

It is an especially critical number to take into account and the amount of time the home is posted on the MLS.
A home that has their days on market listed as one or two, means the place was just listed. 
If the home has 100 days on market, that means the seller has been trying to find a buyer for a long time.
So what days on market tells you is more than just how long the place has been for sale. It also provides insight into how the house has been perceived by buyers in general.
A buyer makes an offer on your home after being listed on the market for 48 hours. As a seller, you may not feel very desperate to cut a deal – after all, you just listed the place – and as such, you may be pretty rigid about the sale price. The buyer, meanwhile, will know that the house is new to the market, and will expect you to be pretty hard-lined about what you will and won’t accept. The offer you get will probably be fairly close to the list price.
In a second illustration, imagine that your home has been on the market for 60 days. Buyers will assume that you’ve had a lot of showings but not a lot of offers – and they may even assume you’re getting antsy to sell. Maybe even antsy enough to accept their offer, even if it’s fairly lower than anticipated. 
Both illustrate a simple point: It’s important to sell your home quickly. The longer it’s listed, the harder it’s going to be for you to get your price.

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Oro Valley Homes for Sale - Does a Pool Add Value?

Questions that are often asked of real estate agents by homeowners who have pools include how much can be added to the sale price and can the costs of installing a pool be recouped in a property sale.
The answers are not what sellers want to hear. But they can be good news for buyers.
That’s because whilst homes can appreciate in value, pools do not. A pool is like a motor vehicle – once it has been used, its value starts depreciating, and a pool that is more than 10 years old would have almost no value at all in a real estate transaction.
The condition and quality of the pool fixtures and fittings that have been used also has a big impact on whether an older pool can hold its value. But the average quality pool in a suburban home is likely to depreciate at around the same rate as a motor vehicle – a large drop in value the first year, and then steadily decreasing until there is not much resale value left at the end of a decade.
A good rule of thumb is to work out what the cost of installing the pool represents as a percentage of the cost of building or buying the house. So, for example, if the cost of building the pool was 12 percent of the cost of building the house, then increase the selling price of the house by 6 percent.
Of course, comparable prices in the neighborhood still apply for a final sales price.

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John G

Ian sold a house for us back in 2000 in 18 days. This past January he did it again and believe it or not, again he did in 18 days. As the saying goes, we couldn’t have done better if we tried. But of course we tried very hard to make sure all went well and Ian performed an excellent five star ***** job to sell our house. Timing of sale was perfect for allowing us to move into the new house. His expertise and concerted approach was key to making the sale go through.

Robert C

Our experience with Ian Taylor was superb! He understands that he is a real estate agent and not a bank clerk as many people now treat this special but difficult job. He is very involved and helped us to keep on top of every situation. He shared all the responsibilities with us from the day we asked him to represent us till after closing. He worked hard to make sure that we (the sellers) and the buyers (with their agent) were treated fairly and respectfully. Because of his immediate and constant attention to the selling of our home, we got a buyer immediately, and through his diligence, all went smoothly. We can recommend only one other agent in our 2 decades of buying and selling houses and Ian is one of them. Thank you, Ian.

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We have worked with Ian before. He is a top notch realtor. Honest, straightforward. Integrity. The Title company, on our last house sale made a mistake of $1400.. Ian took it out of his proceeds to make it right for us. I have never dealt with a better realtor.

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We have worked with Ian before. He is a top notch realtor. Honest, straightforward. Integrity. The Title company, on our last house sale made a mistake of $1400.. Ian took it out of his proceeds to make it right for us. I have never dealt with a better realtor.

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