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Quail Creek Offers The Resort Lifestyle

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

If living the resort lifestyle is high on your list of things to do after retirement, then you'll want to be sure to check out Quail Creek in Green Valley, Arizona.  It has bragging rights to being voted one of the top 100 Best Master Planned Communities in the country by Where To Retire magazine.  A stunning setting on high-desert terrain near the majestic Santa Rita Mountains and first class amenities provide Quail Creek homeowners with an unparalleled country club lifestyle that includes:

Quail Creek Madera Clubhouse in Green Valley AZ

Quail Creek Country Club, which has the Madera Clubhouse, swimming pools & spas, tennis & bocce ball courts, ballroom/auditorium, creative arts and a technology center, fitness facility and dog park.

Quail Creek Golf Course

Quail Creek Golf Course has 27 holes of championship golf.  Framed by a breathtaking southwestern setting, this course is an enjoyable experience for all golfers. 

The Quail Creek Grill & Lounge is the perfect place to relax and meet your friends and neighbors for a casual meal or drinks after a round of golf, or for an evening out celebrating a special event with loved ones.

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This 55+ age community offers a wide range of homes to suit every taste and budget.   Whether you decide to choose from one of the 11 floor plans that Robson offers and build a home to your specific tastes, or want to find a great deal on a resale home, Quail Creek has a perfect place for you to call home. 

For more information about Quail Creek and everything it offers, or to start building and/or find the home of your dreams call Judi @ 520-241-7780 or click here to have listings that fit your specific criteria delivered free to your email inbox.

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Green Valley, AZ May 2011 Real Estate Statistics

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

Green Valley AZ Real Estate Statistics

As is typically the case, when the temperatures begin to climb, sales drop.  There were 67 homes sold in the month May, a considerable dip from the 112 sold in April.  Sales remain slightly ahead in 2011 at 444 for the year versus 441 for the same time period in 2010.   

Another positive note for this month was the fact that the average selling price climbed from the low $160,000 to $175,595:

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2011:

JANUARY 2011     $162,340
FEBRUARY 2011 $164,457
MARCH 2011

$161,548

APRIL 2011

$162,586

May 2011 $175,595

 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2010:

 

JANUARY 2010 $157,727
FEBRUARY 2010 $163,604
MARCH 2010 $158,559
APRIL 2010 $162,666
MAY 2010 $178,462
JUNE 2010 $165,334
JULY 2010 $167,056
AUGUST 2010 $167,884
SEPTEMBER 2010 $167,543
OCTOBER 2010
$168,547
NOVEMBER 2010

$169,476

DECEMBER 2010 $168,477

 

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

 

Green Valley

(includes Quail Creek & surrounding subdivisions)

624

SAHUARITA

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

  82

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)

    6

TUBAC & TUMACACORI

  43

RIO RICO   18
OTHER: INCLUDING TUCSON, NOGALES ETC.     2

 

67 homes were sold in May 2011 as compared to 112 in April 2011.  The breakdown, by area, for those sales were as follows:

 

GREEN VALLEY                                                51
SAHUARITA

  7

TUBAC
  5
VAIL, NOGALES, RIO RICO, ARIVACA/AMADO   4

 

Following is the 2010 to 2011 year-to-date comparison for the time period of January 1 through May 31, 2011:

 

  2010 2011
Houses Sold 441 444
Days On Market 167 178
Average Selling Price $178,462 $175,595
Median Price $159,000 $157,250

 

          JUDI MONDAY, CRS         

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Murphy Fire Strikes Close To (MY) Home

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

Murphy Fire Near TubacI live in the picturesque community of Aliso Springs that is situated in the foothills of the Tumacacori Mountains.  Not many people have heard about this enclave of about 35 custom homes each situated on 4+ acres that boast knockout views of pristine desert and ruggedly beautiful mountains.  However, all that changed this past week when the aggressive Murphy Fire, unstoppable in its quest for fuel sources, roared down our mountain range and into our lives.

Suddenly Aliso Spring became front page news as flames licked perilously closeMurphy Fire Near Tubac and threatened homes in our area.  The quiet and serenity of this out of the way community was shattered with air tankers dropping loads of fire retardant around the homes closest to the mountains and the sound of multiple helicopters flying back and forth from a water source to drop buckets of water on the rapidly advancing flames.  Rarely traveled dirt and gravel roads were packed with firetrucks and forestry vehicles, and everywhere you looked were the determined faces of firefighters willing to put their lives on the line for our safety. 

Today the smoke, kicked up by stronger winds, continues to waft over the blackened mountain sides to the west and south of our homes.  At times it turns dark reminding us of the fire still burning uncontrolled just on the other side of our beloved mountain range.  There is evidence of small hot spots on the charred mountain sides visible from our homes that kick up with the stronger gusts.   Both are reminders, as is the Tubac fire truck parked in front of my home as it has been for the past 3 days, that we may not yet be out of danger.

Murphy Fire Near TubacAs of the last report posted on June 6, 2011, this human caused fire has devoured 37,500 acres.  The financial cost is at a staggering 1.7 million and since the fire is only 15% contained will certainly climb much higher before it is under control. 

Sleepless night and anxiety filled days have been a relatively small price to pay when compared to the hundreds of fire fighters who have given their all to keep us safe.  I've watched as they have donned heavy gear in temperatures nearing 100 degrees and done hand to hand combat with a power capable of destroying everything and everyone in its way. 

I'd love to be able to thank each one of them personally but since that isn't possible must settle with this tribute to their selflessness.  They truly are the unsung heroes in this fight against one of the biggest wildfires that Santa Cruz County has ever experienced.  My home, as well as all of the homes of my neighbors, are standing today because of them. 

My heart is filled with gratitude for every man and woman who is out there on the front line fighting this fire to keep us safe.  Please join me in thanking them and in saying a prayer for their safety.  Most of all, let us all ask whatever higher power we believe in for an end to this devastating fire. 

       JUDI MONDAY, CRS         

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The Freedom Rock--A Memorial Day Tribute

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

The Freedom RockThere is a spot off the beaten path in rural Iowa where the true meaning of Memorial Day lives on in vibrant color.  While the paintings on the 56 ton, 12 ft granite boulder are truly a work of art, what is even more remarkable, is that the talented artist, Ray "Bubba" Sorenson II, was only 19 years old when he painted his first Memorial Day tribute.

Sorenson says he was inspired by the film "Saving Private Ryan", which he left feeling like patriotism was at an all time low and that too many of us had forgotten that Memorial Day is about the Veterans, not another three-day weekend.  Driving by that huge granite boulder he had the idea of delivering the message was that was burning a hole in his soul with a painting honoring the Veterans. 

Up until Sorenson began painting his yearly memorial to Veterans, the rock had been known as Graffiti Rock, where many generations of kids had painted slogans, names and obscenities.  Incredibly, since this talented young artist laid claim to the rock it has been virtually left alone, its annual message too sacred to desecrate.

He created his first tribute in 1999 with a beautiful depiction of the flag raising at Iwo Jima that included the words "Thank You Veterans For Our Freedom".   This powerful reminder of what Memorial Day is really about captured the hearts of many.


Since then, every year around Memorial Day, Ray uses white paint to cover over his previous year's work and then spends a few weeks time creating new scenes on his blank canvas.  Now dubbed "The Freedom Rock", this famous Iowa landmark has featured Washington's crossing of the Delaware, the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial in Washington, D.C. and America's response to the September 11 terrorist attacks. 

People come from all over the United States and the world to visit The Freedom RockThe Freedom Rock.  However, it is much more than a well known painted rock.  For Veterans and their families it is a shrine to the brave people who have fought so valiantly for OUR freedom. 

There are countless touching stories about the Freedom Rock including one about a family of a deceased Vietnam veteran who came to visit the rock carrying an urn with the ashes of their son.  They wanted to scatter the ashes around the rock but it was too windy.  So Ray who was painting at the time, put the ashes in the paint so they would be affixed there forever.

This Memorial Day I hope the story of this young man will touch you as deeply as it has me, and you'll take time from enjoying the three day weekend to pay tribute in some small way to our Veterans. 

Mount Lemmon SkyCenter

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

Green Valley AZ Real EstateOne of the things I love most about living in the great Southwest are the night skies.  I never grow tired of watching as the sun melts across the sky in brilliant fiery colors before slipping silently behind the mountains so that a billion stars can come out to play.  There is something quite magical about living in a place where I can actually see the milky way. 

If you are like me, you can't help but feel a fascination for the astronomical wonders that twinkle so brightly at night far beyond our reach.  To help you bring into focus the mysteries that lie in the deep dark sky, check out the Mount Lemmon SkyCenter.  It is an exceptional science learning facility located at the Steward Observatory's "sky island". 

The SkyCenter builds upon the uniqueness of the 9,175 feet summit of Mount Lemmon and on the extensive knowledge base at the University of Arizona to deliver exceptional education adventures, including the popular SkyNights

SkyNights is a new public astronomy program that gives you a Mount Lemon SkyCenterbreathtaking view of the night sky.  This popular after dark program lets you experience the heavens as you never have before by taking advantage of the exclusive capabilities of the SkyCenter. 

During the 5 hour program you will have the opportunity to: learn the constellations, observe interesting atmospheric phenomena, and view the wonders of the cosmos from a high-quality astronomical site using an outstanding new 32-inch Schulman Telescope…Arizona’s largest dedicated public viewing telescope! 

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Plant A Garden Of Sustainable Daily Living

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

Plant A Garden of Sustainable Daily LivingI love gardening!   With my hands deep in the earth, creativity blooms effortlessly like flowers in the spring.  Gardening not only brings me peace of mind, but it is the place where I do my best thinking.  My garden rewards me in equal parts to what I put into it by brilliantly displaying the fruits of my labor. 

Most important it is a daily reminder that we reap what we sow whether it is professionally, personally or through the time we spend in our garden. 

I'm sure my affinity with my garden is the reason why the Judi Monday, CRS, Your Green Valley AZ Expertfollowing message, sent by a dear friend, resonated so deeply.   While I love the physical spaces I have created with flowers of all colors and plants of many species, its ability to inspire and change the world is limited, at best.  

However a "soul garden" that is beautifully intentioned and tended to on a daily basis has the ability to touch and transform countless lives.  I invite you to join me in planting your own garden of sustainable daily living...together we can change not only our own lives but a multitude of others. 

Plant A Garden of Sustainable Daily Living

For Your Garden Of Sustainable Daily Living:
         
PLANT THREE ROWS OF PEAS :

1. Peace of mind
                 2. Peace of heart
                                  3. Peace of soul
         
PLANT FOUR ROWS OF SQUASH: Plant A Garden of Sustainable Daily Living

1. Squash gossip
          2. Squash indifference
                   3. Squash grumbling
                             4. Squash selfishness

Plant A Garden of Sustainable Daily LivingPLANT FOUR ROWS OF LETTUCE:

1. Lettuce be faithful
          2. Lettuce be kind
                   3. Lettuce be patient
                             4. Lettuce love one another
NO GARDEN IS COMPLETE WITHOUT TURNIPS: Plant A Garden of Sustainable Daily Living

  1. Turnip for meetings
                    2. Turnip for service
                                 3. Turnip to help one another

TO CONCLUDE OUR GARDEN WE MUST HAVE THYME:

  1. Thyme for each other
                    2. Thyme for family
                                 3. Thyme for friends

Water freely with PATIENCE and cultivate with LOVE. 
Never forget that we do reap what we sow.  Ask yourself, what are you reaping?  If you don't like what's showing up, then it's time to sow a garden of sustainable daily living to begin reaping what you want and need in your life as well as in the lives of those around you!

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Unlikely Pairing Of A Hippo & Tortoise Teaches Us To Embrace Differences

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

Owen & Mzee--An Unlikely PairingOut of tragedy, joy triumphs and from chaos springs a most unlikely pairing of a century old tortoise and a baby hippo.  They met shortly after the tsunami waves struck the Kenyan coast on December 26, 2004 and have been inseparable ever since.  

The hippopotamus's (nicknamed Owen) traumatic tale began when he was swept down the Sabaki River into the Indian Ocean and then forced back to shore when the tsnamic waves struck the Kenyan coast before wildlife rangers were able to rescue him on that fateful day.  Owen, less than a year old, lost his birth mother when the tsunami struck and found himself alone at a very tender age since Hippos are quite social and typically spend the first 4 years with their mother. 

The Hippo & The TortoiseDestiny intervened when he landed on a 130 year old tortoise named Mzee.  Nature took over and Mzee became "Mom" to Owen who, according to ecologist Paula Kahumbu, began following her around exactly the way a hippo would follow his mother.  "If somebody approaches Mzee, Owen becomes aggressive as if protecting his biological mother", Kahumbu added. 

Mom and son are teaching the world that while our differences are what makes each of us unique, they shouldn't be what keeps us apart.  Imagine how different our world would be if we would take to heart the story of Mzee and Owen by embracing what makes us different and walking the path together.

         JUDI MONDAY, CRS         

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What Your Walls Are Saying To Buyers

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

You’ve put your Green Valley Arizona house on the market and inside are walls drenched in your favorite paint colors.  According to Debbie Zimmer, color expert at the Paint Quality Institute in Philadelphia, “paint color is so powerful that if can influence not just our state of mind but even our physiology”. 

Curious what your walls are saying to your potential buyers?  They are definitely speaking volumes and here’s what they have to say (see italicized):

Judi Monday, CRS, Your Green Valley AZ ExpertRED:  Muy caliente…am I too hot for you to handle?  Give me a chance and I’ll put the zing back into your life by fueling your passion and desire.   Red will actually make the heart beat faster as it is the color of excitement and energy.  Remember a little red can go a LONG way.  According to Zimmer it is the perfect color for dining rooms and adult bedrooms.

PURPLE:  Would you feel differently about me if I told you that my royal presence increases your brain power?  According to Zimmer purple has a proven ability to stimulate brain activity.  Purple is one of those colors that should be used sparingly to avoid over-stimulation and, according to Zimmerman, it is a color that is probably most appropriate for a girl’s room.  In other words, if used throughout a home it could be too much of a good thing and won’t appeal to most buyers. 

BLUE:  You look calmer already.  I’ll make you feel so comfortable that you’ll want to close your eyes as I use my considerable power to lull you to sleep. Blue has been shown to slow pulse rate and lower body temperature making it great for bedrooms. 

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GREEN:  You obviously like what you see and the reason you do is because I have the remarkable ability to renew your spirit. By far one of the more popular colors (probably because of the way Spring makes us feel when the “green” returns to our environment,), Zimmer says green represents renewal, youth and vigor.

 

Yellow:  Yippee, I’ll keep you smiling Mr. & Mrs. Buyer.Green Valley AZ Real Estate  According to Zimmerman, yellow is a great interior color as it imparts happiness and optimism. Studies have shown that the brain actually releases more serotonin when the eye takes in yellow thereby creating positive psychological vibes.

Green Valley AZ Real EstateOrange:  Ta da, you can’t take your eyes off of me and what’s more, you love the extra bounce that I put into your step. More attention getting than yellow, orange has an energy and warmth.  The shade of orange is important because the vivid tones may appear raw and flamboyant while the muddy shades are useful in many rooms, says Zimmerman.

How can you make sure your walls are giving your Buyers the message you want?  Take a cue from the pros and use the color wheel when selecting paint colors.

And how about those non-colors?  Black can be a great accent color for it imparts elegance, formality and sophistication.  A little goes a long way and too much of it can be downright depressing so use it sparingly.  

White, on the other hand, has a feeling of peace, simplicity and spaciousness.  It can provide a crisp finish to almost any paint job by adding sharp contrast to the wall color.  Best of all, it can give the illusion that the space it bigger than its physical dimensions…and when selling a home that is a very good attribute as “space sells”. 

         JUDI MONDAY, CRS         

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Green Valley, AZ April 2011 Real Estate Statistics

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

Green Valley AZ Real Estate StatisticsApril is my favorite month of the year in Southern Arizona.  A time when it seems that even the most unattractive cactus is transformed into a thing of exceptional beauty.  When we want, more than anything, to brave those prickly beasts to touch their exquisite flowers.  While the desert around us bloomed, the real estate market continued to flower in its own right as well.  There were 112 houses sold in April as compared toGreen Valley AZ Real Estate Statistics the 115 that were sold in the month of March.  On a year to date (YTD) basis 2011 continued to out perform 2010 with 375 sales vs. 364.  

The average selling price continues to hover in the low $160,000 range as illustrated in the table below:  

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2011:

 

JANUARY 2011     $162,340
FEBRUARY 2011 $164,457
MARCH 2011

$161,548

APRIL 2011 $162,586

 

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2010:

 

JANUARY 2010 $157,727
FEBRUARY 2010 $163,604
MARCH 2010 $158,559
APRIL 2010 $162,666
MAY 2010 $162,135
JUNE 2010 $165,334
JULY 2010 $167,056
AUGUST 2010 $167,884
SEPTEMBER 2010 $167,543
OCTOBER 2010
$168,547
NOVEMBER 2010

$169,476

DECEMBER 2010 $168,477

 

The breakdown for the active residential listings as of April 30, 2011 were as follows:

 

Green Valley

(includes Quail Creek & surrounding subdivisions)

664

SAHUARITA

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

  84

AREAS S & SE & SW OF GREEN VALLEY

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

  13

AREAS N & NE & NW OF SAHUARITA

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

    8

TUBAC & TUMACACORI

  50

RIO RICO   18
OTHER: INCLUDING TUCSON, NOGALES ETC.     2

 

112 homes were sold in April 2011 as compared to 115 in March 2011.  The breakdown, by area, for those sales were as follows:

 

GREEN VALLEY                                                90
SAHUARITA

17

TUBAC
  2
VAIL, NOGALES, RIO RICO, ARIVACA/AMADO   3

 

Following is the 2010 to 2011 year-to-date comparison for the time period of January 1 through April 30, 2011:

 

  2010 2011
Houses Sold 364 375
Days On Market 166 179
Average Selling Price $162,666 $162,586
Median Price $150,000 $145,000

 

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Green Valley, AZ March 2011 Real Estate Statistics

by Judi Monday, Your Green Valley AZ Expert

 Green Valley AZ Real Estate StatisticsGreen was the theme for March as the trees began getting their leaves and the real estate market boomed with 115 sales for the month as compared to 90 sales in February. On a year to date (YTD) comparison basis there is definitely cause for celebration as there have been 261 sales to date in 2011 as compared to 228 for the same time period in 2010. 

However, the average selling price did dip slightly to $161,548 as compared to $164,457 in February, but continues to show a slight recovery as compared to the same time period in 2010 as illustrated in the table below:  

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2011:

JANUARY 2011     $162,340
FEBRUARY 2011 $164,457
MARCH 2011 $161,548

AVERAGE SELLING PRICE YTD FOR 2010:

JANUARY 2010 $157,727
FEBRUARY 2010 $163,604
MARCH 2010 $158,559
APRIL 2010 $164,599
MAY 2010 $162,135
JUNE 2010 $165,334
JULY 2010 $167,056
AUGUST 2010 $167,884
SEPTEMBER 2010 $167,543
OCTOBER 2010
$168,547
NOVEMBER 2010

$169,476

DECEMBER 2010 $168,477

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

Green Valley

(includes Quail Creek & surrounding subdivisions)

739

SAHUARITA

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

  96

AREAS S & SE & SW OF GREEN VALLEY

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

  17

AREAS N & NE & NW OF SAHUARITA

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

    9

TUBAC & TUMACACORI

  59

RIO RICO   19
OTHER: INCLUDING TUCSON, NOGALES ETC.     3

115 homes were sold in March 2011 as compared to 90 in February 2011.  The breakdown, by area, for those sales were as follows:

GREEN VALLEY                                                101
SAHUARITA

  9

TUBAC
  3
VAIL, NOGALES, RIO RICO, ARIVACA/AMADO   2

Following is the 2010 to 2011 year-to-date comparison for the time period of January 1 through March 31, 2011:

  2010 2011
Houses Sold 228 261
Days On Market 162 167
Average Selling Price $159,312 $161,548
Median Price $142,250 $145,000

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