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Create Your Dream Green Kitchen

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

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Today’s newly remodeled kitchens boast more than just rich hues and shiny appliances – they have an eco-conscious ambiance that marries great style with respect for the environment.

Create Your Dream Green Kitchen

 

Dreaming of a fresh, modern kitchen that is also eco-friendly and strikingly beautiful? Achieving this transformation is more attainable than you may think. Environmental lifestyle expert, Danny Seo, provides these helpful tips on how to add earth-friendly updates to your kitchen:

Refrigerator

When searching for a new refrigerator, be sure to look for more than just the Energy Star label to ensure maximum energy efficiency. It is also important the new appliance fits your needs and the size of your kitchen. A larger refrigerator uses more energy. If the one you select is too big for your needs, you will be wasting energy and money.

Blocked wood countertops

With their rugged durability and timeless style, butcher block countertops are making a huge comeback. Though typically made from cherry, walnut and oak, greener options, such as high pressure laminate designs made by Wilsonart, can contribute to US Green Building Council LEED accreditation as an eco-friendly material to use in your home. For more information on their new Blocked Wood designs – Old Mill Oak and Truss Maple –visit www.wilsonart.com.

Flooring

For a more sustainable approach to kitchen flooring, there are several options available. If you love the hard, classic appeal of wood, look for reclaimed, recycled or sustainably sourced materials. Bamboo is also a beloved choice among eco-conscious remodelers for its biodegradable nature and high renewability.

“Going green at home can be overwhelming, so I always advise people to not sweat the small stuff and focus on the one room of the house where it matters the most: the kitchen,” says Seo. “Being kind to the planet in the kitchen can also be kind on your wallet over time, so it's worth it to invest in sustainable upgrades.”

Backsplash

Recycled materials are the star of the show when looking to add green touches to your backsplash. There are three main types of recycled materials: ceramic, metal and glass. Old bottles and windows make up the materials in glass tile; old plates and clay vases are recycled to become ceramic tile; and those old soda cans become aluminum metal tile. All of these materials come in a variety of shades and styles to fit the look of your dream kitchen.

Dishwasher

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, using an Energy Star labeled dishwasher is the most efficient use of energy and water, even more so than hand washing. When looking to update your dishwasher, pay close attention to the EnergyGuide labels, which include the annual estimated costs to run them. This valuable information can help you compare models to find the best fit for your family’s needs.


A dream kitchen that is both eco-friendly and chic is easier to attain than you think. With a few changes not only will you be smiling, but so too will Mother Earth.

 

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Natural Ways To Freshen Up Your Home

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

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Fresh Lavender For A Fresh Home The Natural WayWith all that goes on inside the home, it can be hard to keep it smelling fresh. Last night’s dinner, the kid’s dirty soccer jersey sitting in the laundry, and Fluffy’s litter box—well, they all can create lingering odors.


When it comes to ensuring the home looks, feels and smells clean, 64 percent of homeowners have even gone to extreme measures to rid their homes of pungent odors, such as replacing a rug or carpet (34 percent), purchasing a new trash can (26 percent) or replacing a couch or another piece of furniture (17 percent), according to a survey commissioned by Filtrete Filters from 3M.

But if you've become accustomed to the scents of your own home, how can you really know if it's odor free? Healthy living expert, Building Biologist and author Lisa Beres shares these simple solutions to naturally create and maintain a fresh home:

Kitchen refrigerator: Remove foul odors and stains from leftovers in the fridge by cleaning the drawers and shelves with a homemade cleaning solution. Simply add a few drops of natural dish soap to a bowl of baking soda and stir until it creates a thick paste. Also, store an open box of baking soda inside the fridge to help eliminate odors before they start. Replace it with a fresh box at least every three months.

Candles and air fresheners: Store-bought air fresheners can contain synthetic chemicals, such as formaldehyde, which can irritate eyes, skin and throats, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Instead, create your own air freshener by combining 10 drops of an essential oil -- such as lavender or eucalyptus -- with two cups of water.

Pests and repellants: Pesky ants and other insects can make their way into your kitchen pantry when they're on a mission to find food, but dousing them and your kitchen's surfaces in toxic repellent isn't a healthy solution for the home or the family. Instead, set a line of coffee grounds, lemon juice, cinnamon or cayenne pepper around doors and windows to create an effective barrier they won't cross.

Damp towels: Wet towels from a shower, a trip to the gym or a day at the pool can be a breeding ground for mildew to develop if they sit too long without drying. To rid towels of the mildew smell, first wash them once in hot water with a cup or two of white vinegar. Then wash them again with a natural or eco-friendly laundry detergent. Finally, dry the towels in the dryer on high heat. To avoid mildew and associated smells in the future, hang towels up right away to ensure they dry thoroughly.

Source: www.Filtrete.com.

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Las Noches de las Luminarias At The Desert Botanical Garden In Phoenix Arizona 2012

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

 

 

Holiday Celebrations In Arizona

 

Each year during the holiday season the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, AZ shines Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix AZbrightly with  thousands of luminarias lining the paths of this extraordinary desert garden to celebrate Las Noches de las Luminarias (Night Of The Luminaries).   Dispelling the myth that deserts are barren and inhospitable places, the Desert Botantical Garden offers 50 acres of the desert's greatest specimens including unexpected blooms in every color of the rainbow.  And while many of the desert plants go dormant in the winter, this desert mecca glows brightly this time of the year.

One of the Valley’s best holiday events comes to life at the Garden with more than 8,000 hand-lit luminarias that you can enjoy during one of the many nights in December that they'll be available for your viewing pleasure, including dates between Christmas and New Year's Eve.  Nightly entertainment includes jazz bands, mariachi bands, violin, handbell choirs, percussion, flamenco guitar, and more.  Carolers add to the festive spirit with songs of the season. 

Buy your tickets online for this seasonal favorite.

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Arizona Celebration of Lights 2012

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

 

Holiday Celebrations In Arizona

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arizona Celebration of Lights  in Phoenix, AZ is the area's largest Christmas light show.   And this year it is brighter and bigger than ever before!  It is a "drive through" holiday experience that features more than seven million lights and hundreds of individual light displays. 

A mere one mile stretch that will shine brightly in your mind long after you've driven away.   There are animated and still displays along with tunnels and arches.  It is open every night at 5:30 from now until January 6, 2013. 

After finishing the memorable drive through the brightly shining lights, visit the festive Santa's Village for a body warming cup of hot chocolate, photos with Santa, a computerized light show and much more.  Order your tickets now online.

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Hospital in Green Valley AZ Moves One Step Closer To Becoming A Reality

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

On November 28, 2012 the Pima County Planning Commission unanimously approved zoning changes paving the way for the Green Valley AZ hospital project to move forward.  The Pima County Board of Supervisors has the final say, and that hearing is set for December 18.

The long awaited hospital will fill fill 22 acres of a 50-acre parcel alongside Interstate 19 in Green Valley.  Plans include a rehabilitation center, medical offices, cardiac catheterization lab, four operating rooms, on-site radiological imaging labs, 26 inpatient private rooms, a six-bed intensive-care unit, a helipad, and the potential to expand from 32 beds to 50.

Officials have said they will build with the ability to expand the hospital as the community grows. The hospital is tentatively planned to open in 2014.  In addition to the 32-bed hospital, three medical office buildings and two other related structures are planned. The site will allow Green Valley residents to get local treatment and will include a heliport for transfer of critically injured patients to Tucson-area hospitals.

Scottsdale-based McDowell Enterprises entered into a "memorandum of understanding" with Tucson Medical Center in September to build the hospital, which would serve some 50,000 people who live in Green Valley, home to many retirees, and the rapidly growing Sahuarita area. The area does not currently have a hospital or emergency room, and residents must travel approximately 30 minutes or more by car to get to an ER.

A recent community-needs assessment completed by Tucson's nonprofit hospitals identified Green Valley as a medically underserved area. Recent additions of urgent-care clinics and a clinic with rotating specialties have been positive steps for the area, but without a hospital, there is still a gap in services.

 

Green Valley AZ June 2012 Real Estate Statistics

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

Green Valley's Newest Community--Solterra By Fairfield & Dorn Homes

Sales slowed in the month of June for the  Green Valley, Arizona Real Estate market with 66 homes sold as compared to 110 in the month of May.   However, the market continues to outperform last year with YTD sales at 599 as compared to 502 in 2011.  This increase in sales has not yet translated into improved prices as the graphs below illustrate:  

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2012:

JANUARY 2012 $161,976
FEBRUARY 2012 $161,220
MARCH 2012 $153,228
APRIL 2012 $152,399
MAY 2012 $153,716
JUNE 2012 $153,902
JULY 2012  
AUGUST 2012  
SEPTEMBER 2012  
OCTOBER 2012  
NOVEMBER 2012  
DECEMBER 2012  

 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2011:

JANUARY 2011     $163,012
FEBRUARY 2011 $165,364
MARCH 2011 $161,798
APRIL 2011 $163,198
MAY 2011 $163,814
JUNE 2011 $164,866
JULY 2011 $162,542
AUGUST 2011 $160,017
SEPTEMBER 2011 $158,840
OCTOBER 2011 $157,624
NOVEMBER 2011 $157,021
DECEMBER 2011 $156,797

The breakdown for the active residential listings as of June 30, 2012 were as follows:

Green Valley

(includes Quail Creek & surrounding subdivisions)

465

SAHUARITA

(includes subdivisions N of Duval Mine Road & Duval Mine Rd.

  26

AREAS S & SE & SW OF Green Valley

(includes Elephant Head, Amado, Aravaca, Montana Vista & Lakewood)

  11

AREAS N & NE & NW OF SAHUARITA

(includes Vail, Curley, Horn Ranch, Ocotillo Ranch, etc)

    0

TUBAC & TUMACACORI

  33

RIO RICO     3
OTHER: INCLUDING TUCSON, NOGALES, ETC.     4

66 homes were sold in June 2012 as compared to 110 in May 2012.  The breakdown, by area, for those sales were as follows:

GREEN VALLEY                                                  54

SAHUARITA

    7

TUBAC     4
TUCSON, VAIL, NOGALES, RIO RICO, ARIVACA/AMADO     1

Following is the 2011 to 2012 year-to-date comparison for the time period of January 1 through June 30:

  2011 2012
Houses Sold 502  599
Days On Market 178 179
Average Selling Price $164,866 $153,902
Median Price $147,000 $138,600

 

Green Valley AZ May 2012 Real Estate Statistics

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

Green Valley's Newest Community--Solterra By Fairfield & Dorn Homes

The Green Valley, Arizona Real Estate market made a strong showing in the month of May with 110 sales as compared to 67 sales in May 2011. Clearly, the market is outperforming last year at least in terms of number of homes sold, with YTD sales at 501 as compared to 436 in 2011.  However, the average selling price continues to lag behind 2011 as shown in the graphs below: 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2012:

JANUARY 2012 $161,976
FEBRUARY 2012 $161,220
MARCH 2012 $153,228
APRIL 2012 $152,399
MAY 2012 $153,716
JUNE 2012  
JULY 2012  
AUGUST 2012  
SEPTEMBER 2012  
OCTOBER 2012  
NOVEMBER 2012  
DECEMBER 2012  

 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2011:

JANUARY 2011     $163,012
FEBRUARY 2011 $165,364
MARCH 2011 $161,798
APRIL 2011 $163,198
MAY 2011 $163,814
JUNE 2011 $165,340
JULY 2011 $162,542
AUGUST 2011 $160,017
SEPTEMBER 2011 $158,840
OCTOBER 2011 $157,624
NOVEMBER 2011 $157,021
DECEMBER 2011 $156,797

The breakdown for the active residential listings as of May 31, 2012 were as follows:

Green Valley

(includes Quail Creek & surrounding subdivisions)

508

SAHUARITA

(includes subdivisions N of Duval Mine Road & Duval Mine Rd.

  42

AREAS S & SE & SW OF Green Valley

(includes Elephant Head, Amado, Aravaca, Montana Vista & Lakewood)

  20

AREAS N & NE & NW OF SAHUARITA

(includes Vail, Curley, Horn Ranch, Ocotillo Ranch, etc)

    2

TUBAC & TUMACACORI

  36

RIO RICO     7
OTHER: INCLUDING TUCSON, NOGALES, ETC.     2

110 homes were sold in May 2012 as compared to 119 in April 2012.  The breakdown, by area, for those sales were as follows:

GREEN VALLEY                                                  88

SAHUARITA

  13

TUBAC     3
TUCSON, VAIL, NOGALES, RIO RICO, ARIVACA/AMADO     6

Following is the 2011 to 2012 year-to-date comparison for the time period of January1 through May 31:

  2011 2012
Houses Sold 436  501
Days On Market 179 183
Average Selling Price $163,814 $153,716
Median Price $147,000 $135,000

 

Green Valley AZ April 2012 Real Estate Statistics

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

Green Valley's Newest Community--Solterra By Fairfield & Dorn Homes

As the temperatures continue to climb in sunny Southern Arizona, the Green Valley, Arizona Real Estate market continues to run "hot" with no signs of slowing down during the month of April.   So hot as a matter of fact that the number of Green Valley residential active listings in the Green/Sahuarita MLS dipped below 600.  There were 119 home sales in the month of April as compared to 116 in March.   YTD sales continue to outpace last year with 391 as compared to 369 in 2011. 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2012:

JANUARY 2012 $161,976
FEBRUARY 2012 $161,220
MARCH 2012 $153,228
APRIL 2012 $152,399
MAY 2012  
JUNE 2012  
JULY 2012  
AUGUST 2012  
SEPTEMBER 2012  
OCTOBER 2012  
NOVEMBER 2012  
DECEMBER 2012  

 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2011:

JANUARY 2011     $163,012
FEBRUARY 2011 $165,364
MARCH 2011 $161,798
APRIL 2011 $163,198
MAY 2011 $175,595
JUNE 2011 $165,340
JULY 2011 $162,542
AUGUST 2011 $160,017
SEPTEMBER 2011 $158,840
OCTOBER 2011 $157,624
NOVEMBER 2011 $157,021
DECEMBER 2011 $156,797

The breakdown for the active residential listings as of April 30, 2012 were as follows:

Green Valley

(includes Quail Creek & surrounding subdivisions)

581

SAHUARITA

(includes subdivisions N of Duval Mine Road & Duval Mine Rd.

  44

AREAS S & SE & SW OF GREEN VALLEY

(includes Elephant Head, Amado, Aravaca, Montana Vista & Lakewood)

  15

AREAS N & NE & NW OF SAHUARITA

(includes Vail, Curley, Horn Ranch, Ocotillo Ranch, etc)

    4

TUBAC & TUMACACORI

  39

RIO RICO     7
OTHER: INCLUDING TUCSON, NOGALES, ETC.     3

119 homes were sold in April 2012 as compared to 116 in March 2012.  The breakdown, by area, for those sales were as follows:

GREEN VALLEY                                                104

SAHUARITA

  13

TUBAC     1
TUCSON, VAIL, NOGALES, RIO RICO, ARIVACA/AMADO     1

Following is the 2011 to 2012 year-to-date comparison for the time period of January1 through April 30:

  2011 2012
Houses Sold 369  391
Days On Market 173 188
Average Selling Price $163,198 $152,399
Median Price $145,000 $134,000

 

If you are thinking about selling your Green Valley AZ home give me a call, I'd love to hang an "Under Contract" in front of YOUR house.  And, if you are buying a home, I'd love to help you find the perfect one!

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Green Valley AZ March 2012 Real Estate Statistics

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Spring has sprung in sunny Southern Arizona with the desert in full bloom as well as the  Green Valley, Arizona Real Estate market.  Home sales shot up to 116 in the month of March as compared to 78 in February.   YTD sales continue to outpace last year with 271 as compared to 262 in 2011. 

My personal experience YTD in 2012 continues to be a strong one with one of my high end listings at 2264 Buried Rock closing in January, and 33 Silver Sky going under contract in less than 60 days and closing in mid March.  In February, 3396 Placita De La Fabula closed after just 88 days on the market.   YTD I have 23 transactions that have either closed or are pending with 12 of them being my own listings. 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2012:

JANUARY 2012 $161,976
FEBRUARY 2012 $161,220
MARCH 2012 $153,228
APRIL 2012  
MAY 2012  
JUNE 2012  
JULY 2012  
AUGUST 2012  
SEPTEMBER 2012  
OCTOBER 2012  
NOVEMBER 2012  
DECEMBER 2012  

 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2011:

JANUARY 2011     $163,012
FEBRUARY 2011 $165,364
MARCH 2011 $161,798
APRIL 2011 $162,586
MAY 2011 $175,595
JUNE 2011 $165,340
JULY 2011 $162,542
AUGUST 2011 $160,017
SEPTEMBER 2011 $158,840
OCTOBER 2011 $157,624
NOVEMBER 2011 $157,021
DECEMBER 2011 $156,797

The breakdown for the active residential listings as of March 31, 2012 were as follows:

Green Valley

(includes Quail Creek & surrounding subdivisions)

689

SAHUARITA

(includes subdivisions N of Duval Mine Road & Duval Mine Rd.

  51

AREAS S & SE & SW OF Green Valley

(includes Elephant Head, Amado, Aravaca, Montana Vista & Lakewood)

  16

AREAS N & NE & NW OF SAHUARITA

(includes Vail, Curley, Horn Ranch, Ocotillo Ranch, etc)

    4

TUBAC & TUMACACORI

  36

RIO RICO    7
OTHER: INCLUDING TUCSON, NOGALES, ETC.     3

116 homes were sold in March 2012 as compared to 78 in February 2012.  The breakdown, by area, for those sales were as follows:

GREEN VALLEY                                                96
SAHUARITA

13

TUBAC   4
TUCSON, VAIL, NOGALES, RIO RICO, ARIVACA/AMADO   1

Following is the 2011 to 2012 year-to-date comparison for the time period of January1 through March 31:

  2011 2012
Houses Sold 262  271
Days On Market 167 195
Average Selling Price $161,798 $153,228
Median Price $145,000 $132,000

If you are thinking about selling your Green Valley AZ home give me a call, I'd love to hang an "Under Contract" in front of YOUR house.  And, if you are buying a home, I'd love to help you find the perfect one!

                  JUDI MONDAY, CRS         

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Green Valley AZ February 2012 Real Estate Statistics

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

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We have been enjoying a warm & glorious winter and the  Green Valley, Arizona Real Estate market has been "warm" as well with 78 sales in the month of February as compared to 73 in January.   While the number of sales are slightly ahead of this time last year with 153 as compared to 148 in 2011, days on market are continuing to outpace 2011 at 200 as compared to 168. 

My personal experience YTD in 2012 continues to be a strong one with one of my high end listings at 2264 Buried Rock closing in January, and 33 Silver Sky going under contract in less than 60 days and set to close in mid March.  In February 3396 Placita De La Fabula closed after just 88 days on the market.   YTD I have had 16 transactions, 8 of those are my listings that are either sold or in escrow. 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2012:

JANUARY 2012 $161,976
FEBRUARY 2012 $161,220
MARCH 2012  
APRIL 2012  
MAY 2012  
JUNE 2012  
JULY 2012  
AUGUST 2012  
SEPTEMBER 2012  
OCTOBER 2012  
NOVEMBER 2012  
DECEMBER 2012  

 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2011:

JANUARY 2011     $163,012
FEBRUARY 2011 $165,364
MARCH 2011 $161,548
APRIL 2011 $162,586
MAY 2011 $175,595
JUNE 2011 $165,340
JULY 2011 $162,542
AUGUST 2011 $160,017
SEPTEMBER 2011 $158,840
OCTOBER 2011 $157,624
NOVEMBER 2011 $157,021
DECEMBER 2011 $156,797

The breakdown for the active residential listings as of December 31, 2011 were as follows:

Green Valley

(includes Quail Creek & surrounding subdivisions)

766

SAHUARITA

(includes subdivisions N of Duval Mine Road & Duval Mine Rd.

  56

AREAS S & SE & SW OF GREEN VALLEY

(includes Elephant Head, Amado, Aravaca, Montana Vista & Lakewood)

  16

AREAS N & NE & NW OF SAHUARITA

(includes Vail, Curley, Horn Ranch, Ocotillo Ranch, etc)

    4

TUBAC & TUMACACORI

  44

RIO RICO   11
OTHER: INCLUDING TUCSON, NOGALES, ETC.     3

78 homes were sold in February 2012 as compared to 73 in January 2012.  The breakdown, by area, for those sales were as follows:

GREEN VALLEY                                                71
SAHUARITA

  6

TUBAC   0
TUCSON, VAIL, NOGALES, RIO RICO, ARIVACA/AMADO   1

Following is the 2011 to 2012 year-to-date comparison for the time period of January 1 through February 29:

  2011 2012
Houses Sold 148  153
Days On Market 168 200
Average Selling Price $165,364 $161,220
Median Price $147,500 $135,000

If you are thinking about selling your Green Valley AZ home give me a call, I'd love to hang an "Under Contract" in front of YOUR house.  And if you are buying a home, I'd love to help you find the perfect one!

                  JUDI MONDAY, CRS         

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