Arizona New Homes

October 21, 2010

Arizona residents enjoy little rain, many months of great weather and tons of inexpensive real estate. These factors, and many others, have helped Arizona grow over the past two decades. Currently, Arizona has a population of more than 6 million and is experiencing annual growth of more than 100,000 people. This continued growth causes a need for thousands of new homes and hundreds of new communities. The competition between home builders to provide home buyers with quality homes at affordable prices has left Arizona with stunning communities in great locations.

New Homes in Arizona are affordable and can be found throughout Arizona. National and local home builders have made it possible for home buyers to purchase single family, condominium, custom or active adult homes that meet any budget, need or want. These homes range in size and begin in the low 100s. For the luxury home buyer, Arizona is home to numerous multi-million dollar opportunities in several different cities.

Arizona communities are amenity rich often having several parks, walking trails, bike paths, basket ball courts, volley ball courts and community pools. Master-planned communities in Arizona feature the many amenities found in traditional communities and much more. Within master planned communities residents will find a variety of new Arizona homes from several home builders along with large community centers, schools and commercial centers. The competition among home builders has left Arizona residents with value and beauty. Arizona residents can find attractive Arizona new homes in Metro Phoenix, Metro Tucson, Yuma and much of northern Arizona.

Homes Developed by Northern Arizona Builders

October 16, 2010

There has been a lot of development in northern Arizona in the last couple years. As the population grows you can expect a lot more too. With business growth comes more employment opportunities. And as you know creating the development great homes and communities.

The real estate market here is diverse, offering different type of home options. Looking into the type of homes being built or coming up for sale, buyer can chose from any one of the following options:

Single-family homes – You get to own the whole home structure and can do with it what you please. No sharing of common areas and hence no common areas maintenance fees. Extremely well designed single-family are becoming more affordable. Some homes are being offered for on average $40 per square foot.

Condominium units – Here you will have the advantage of getting an easier to maintain home at a great affordable price. Some condominium constructions offer attractive facility, such as swimming pool, separate garage parking for each owner, garden, tennis court, gym and so on. A maintenance fee has to be paid for maintenance of common areas, but this will allow you to leave on business or vacation for long periods of time and never have to worry about the upkeep of your place of residents.

Townhouses – Buyers have the advantage of getting a structure that is similar to a family home, except they have to share the side walls of their home with other residents. A maintenance fee has to be paid for maintenance of common areas. This type of housing is more affordable then both a single-family home and condominium unit.

Move-in Ready Homes – Buyers have the advantage of moving into this form of a home within just a period of 30 day as everything is ready for occupation. Good incentives are offered on such home purchases.

Log Cabin Homes – There are several builders that are still developing home to look just like a log cabin. These homes have all the amenities as a regular home with just a rustic woodsy feel.

Custom Built Homes – Buyers have the advantage of buying a home that is exactly according their expectations in every way. You will never be disappointed with the design, because well you designed it.

Luxury Homes – The benefits of purchasing a luxury home are the lavish and relaxed lifestyle. You get the best of everything. Each luxury home is unique, offers certain features seen in none other, special security and much more.

Flagstaff, Arizona Luxury Homes For Sale, Homes For Sales, Flagstaff Homes For Sale, Flagstaff Ranch

June 25, 2010


A spectacular resort estate in Flag Ranch,this luxury built home is situated on the 9th green w/San Francisco Peak views&lake views.The interior includes a great room with floor to ceiling rock wall fire place,Turkish travertine flooring,T&G ceiling,15 in hand pealed logs w/views of the golf course&creek onto the expansive back covered patio w/a Jenn-air BBQ grill,fire place&stamped concrete.A kitchen that makes chef’s envious, appointed w/Viking appliances which include a 6 burner gas cook top w/grill, two ovens, dishwasher and microwave, wine cooler, warming draw, Knotty Alder cabinets&custom log wine rack! An over sized island with acid washed granite counter tops & copper sinks finish the kitchen to a tee. The master suite is offers a gas fireplace, large windows & a large spa bath w/jetted tub, dual vanities and custom built closet. Hand scraped wood floors leads you up the stairs to the game room that features a wet bar. 4 bedroom/3.5 bath/3655 square feet/Heated 3 car garage. Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Annette Kershner: 928.607.3808 Freddi Paulsrud: 928.853.3737 www.FlagstaffLuxuryHomes.com

Get Solar Power For Their Homes

June 4, 2010

Native Americans To Get Solar Power For Their Homes Thanks to a grant from the United States Department of Agriculture, 25 Navajo Nation homes will soon be powered by solar energy. The $500,000 grant will be used to build and install self-sustaining solar power systems for homes without power in remote areas of the Navajo Nation.

The grant was awarded to Sacred Power Corporation, which is a Native American owned renewable energy country. The homes are located approximately 100 miles north of Flagstaff, Arizona.

The systems to be installed include solar panels, batteries, a 400 watt back up wind generator, or a 3.4 kilowatt propane powered generator. The systems will produce 800 watts. Each system will cost $20,000, but officials from Sacred Power Corporation say the cost of these systems will be less than connecting these homes to the existing power grid.

There are approximately 18,000 homes on the Navajo Nation that do not have electricity, so there will be many homes still without electricity when money from this particular grant runs out. With so much interest being placed on green energy, many average citizens who are interested in solar power for their homes are finding themselves in a similar situation. The high cost of implementing solar and wind power systems is a major deterrent for many people.

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F-18 Fighter Jet Crashes Into Homes

December 13, 2008

A military jet crashed into a residential neighborhood in San Diego, California, on Monday as it tried to land at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, an FAA spokesman told CNN.

The pilot ejected before the jet, an F/A-18, went down two miles from the airfield about 11:55 a.m. PT, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor said.

Information about injuries wasn’t immediately available, Gregor said. CNN affiliate KGTV reported that the pilot was transported to a local hospital in “mild status.”

Aerial video broadcast by KGTV shortly after the crash showed thick gray smoke billowing from what appeared to be a heavily populated residential area of several houses near Interstate 805.

Two homes were destroyed, and officials don’t know whether anyone was inside the structures during the crash.

The crash happened as the jet was returning to the Miramar field after performing landing training on a Navy aircraft carrier, the Marine Corps said in a news release. The cause of the crash is under investigation, it said.

Authorities cordoned off the area. Residents told reporters they had been informed by police that chemicals were in the air and they should stay away.

One resident interviewed by CNN affiliate KFMB said he saw a fighter jet at a very low altitude, and “it just spiraled, right out of ‘Top Gun.’ ”

The movie “Top Gun” was based on the Navy fighter pilot training program at the Miramar facility.

The resident said he saw a flier from the aircraft on the ground after parachuting from the plane. He said the pilot was dazed but able to move on his own.

Bank worker Scott Bloom told KGTV he was on his way to visit clients when he saw someone eject from the plane. He said the plane was silent in the moments before it went down. “I thought I was dreaming,” Bloom told KGTV. “It was so surreal.”

The principal of a high school about three blocks from the crash site said students had just finished lunch when staffers heard “two large pops or two large booms.” The school and its students were not directly affected by the crash, but the school was put into lock-down mode for students’ safety, Principal Mike Price said.

The pilot was in communication with military air traffic controllers before the jet crashed, the FAA said.

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