Jerry Raviol

1640 S. Stapley Dr., #124 • Mesa, AZ 85204
TOLL FREE: 1888-JRAVIOL (572-8465)
CELL: (602) 695-5478
Office: (480) 820-3333
Fax: (480) 907-1443

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A rare chance to own two balconies, views of the landscaped interior of the complex, generous size bedrooms, plenty of closets, with a utility room large enough for full size washer/dryer, all at a bargain price. There’s even tile floors, but carpet in all the right places. All this with a community pool, spa, playground, & tennis courts. You have to drive for miles and to much different neighborhoods before you’ll find a 2 bed/2 bath at this price.

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1287 N Alma School Rd., #224
Chandler, AZ 85224

Jerry Raviol, Associate Broker
West USA Realty
www.houseaz.com
602-695-5478

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Beautiful 2 bedroom + den townhouse in popular north Mesa community! Gorgeous granite countertops in kitchen and both bathrooms. Neutral carpet upstairs and 20″ porcelain tile on lower level. Ceiling fans throughout, neutral paint, smooth top range, dishwasher, inside washer/dryer included! The lower level has a very spacious & open floorplan. Private courtyard with block fencing and large storage closet. Community has two pools and a hot tub Great location in the Mountain View School district and close to freeway access! No neighbors above or below.

No Cats, Dogs, Ferrets please. No Smoking.

1 year lease at $985/month includes water.

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Jerry Raviol, Associate Broker
West USA Realty
www.houseaz.com
602-695-5478

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Pride of ownership shines in this renovated & move in ready ground level home across from the pool with 2 assigned parking spots. With new low E windows, a renovated kitchen and lovely tile, the owner’s change of plans is an opportunity for you to own a home with a gated patio & outside storage unit for less than rent. This property features 2 pools, spa and a community dog park. It is perfectly situated within minutes of freeways, malls, Sky Harbor Airport, the light rail to Phoenix, colleges, schools and hospitals. That sound you hear is opportunity knocking.

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839 S. Westwood #154
Mesa, AZ 85210

Jerry Raviol, Associate Broker
West USA Realty
www.houseaz.com
602-695-5478


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If you’re a conscientious homeowner, you may ultimately pay the price. A new report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University shows that while home prices overall in the hard-hit Phoenix-area market continue to gradually rise, when you break it down, some segments of the market are going up while others continue to stay in negative territory. The prices of foreclosure homes and lower-priced homes are doing better, while non-foreclosure homes and higher-priced homes remain down in value compared to last year.

“The foreclosure and non-foreclosure indices continue to move in opposite directions, with foreclosure houses showing small increases and non-foreclosure prices declining at double-digit rates,” said professor Karl Guntermann, the Fred E. Taylor Professor of Real Estate, who authored the new report with research associate Adam Nowak. “The data also indicates the higher-priced segment of the market is likely to show small year-over-year declines through the rest of 2010.”

The Arizona State University-Repeat Sales Index (ASU-RSI) measures annual changes in average Phoenix-area home prices. The newest index confirms what was announced in previous reports, that April 2010 was the first month that the overall market showed a year-to-year increase since the recession began. From April 2009 to April 2010, the index moved up 0.7 percent. The increase from June 2009 to June 2010 is estimated to be about 1.8 percent. However, the positive momentum could end soon.

“Based on index values from last year and current conditions in the housing market, it is likely that small increases in house prices will continue for only another month or two, followed by an extended period where house prices remain relatively flat,” Guntermann said. “Unless economic and housing market conditions change dramatically, prices are likely to be relatively stable going into 2011.”

The overall median price for Phoenix-area single-family home sales included in the April index was $135,000. The preliminary figure for June is $133,000. Guntermann notes the median moved to $130,000 last September and has stayed within $5,000 of that ever since.

He also says the townhouse/condominium segment of the market appears to be leveling off at an annual rate of decline just under 20 percent. Townhome/condo prices are very low, with the median sale price in June estimated to be around $73,000. That’s another big step down from the low $80,000s, where prices had been for the previous several months.

Glendale, Peoria and Mesa have prices leveling off the most among Phoenix-area cities. However, home price declines for all areas of the Valley appear to be slowing.

The ASU-RSI is based on repeat sales, the most reliable way to estimate price changes in the housing market. Repeat sales compare the prices of a single property against itself at different points in time, instead of comparing different homes with different quality factors.

The ASU-RSI is produced through the Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice at the W. P. Carey School of Business. The new report can be found at http://wpcarey.asu.edu/realestate/housing-market-reports.cfm. Further ASU-RSI analysis is also available from Knowledge@W. P. Carey, the business school’s online resource and biweekly newsletter, at http://knowledge.wpcarey.asu.edu.

Debbie Freeman, Debbie.Freeman@asu.edu
(480) 965-9271
Communications Manager, W. P. Carey School of Business

Jerry Raviol
West USA Realty
http://www.houseaz.com
602-695-5478

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