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The least expensive home sold in Maricopa from June 16 through July 15 was a short sale in Senita that sold for $110,000 in two days. Considered to be in fairly good condition but needing a little work, it has four bedrooms in its 2,275 square feet. The 5,000-square-foot lot has desert landscaping in front and dirt in back.

1.       43299 W. Elizabeth Ave. 

Sold: June 29

Purchase price: $110,000

Square feet: 2,275

Price per square foot: $48.35

Days on market: 2

Builder: Pulte

Year built: 2006

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2.5

Community: Senita

Features: Patio area, laminate flooring, eat-in kitchen, two-car garage, basic amenities

Seller’s agent: Mario Beltran Espinoza, neXGen Real Estate

Buyer’s agent: Mario Beltran Espinoza, neXGen Real Estate

 

2. 40740 W. Sanders Way, Homestead, $125,000

3. 41158 W. Granada Drive, Glennwilde, $126,000

4. 41322 W. Lucera Lane, Glennwilde, $130,000

5. 36029 W. Velazquez Drive, Tortosa, $130,000


This item appears in the August issue of InMaricopa.

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LEAST EXPENSIVE HOMES SOLD

1. 19966 N. Condrey Ave.

The least expensive home sold in Maricopa from Feb. 16 to March 15 became a symbol last year of the problems that arise in the Heritage District. On the market since December, it sold March 7 for $46,000 after being listed for $35,000. The previous owners bought the 1957 house before realizing how much money and insurance would be required to mitigate its floodplain location.

Sold: March 8
Purchase price: $46,000
Square feet: 1,535
Price per square foot: $29.96
Days on market: 55
Builder: Unknown
Year built: 1957
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 1
Community: Maricopa Manor
Features: Unique, sturdy building on large lot, currently gutted by renovation work
Seller’s agent: Julia Romero Gusse, The Maricopa Real Estate Company
Buyer’s agent: Geoffrey Adams, Realty ONE Group

2. 36562 W. San Pedro Drive, Tortosa, $113,000
3. 37001 W. Bello Lane, Sorrento, $ 129,000
4. 42489 W. Sparks Drive, Rancho El Dorado, $130,000
5. 35846 W. Velazquez Drive, Tortosa, $132,000


This article appears in the April issue of InMaricopa.

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1. 45059 W. Paraiso Lane

The least expensive home sold in Maricopa Jan. 16-Feb. 15 was in Acacia Crossings. It sold for $26,550 under its list price and 53 percent lower than its last selling price in 2006. The lender-owned, 12-year-old house has basic features and took less than three weeks to be snapped up off the market.

Sold: Jan. 25
Purchase price: $114,450
Square feet: 1,456
Price per square foot: $78.61
Days on market: 16
Builder: Unknown
Year built: 2005
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Community: Acacia Crossings
Features: Extended garage, entertainment niche, grass in backyard, great room and eat-in kitchen
Seller’s agent: Marlene Cerreta, Cerreta Real Estate
Buyer’s agent: Anthony Schumacher, The Maricopa Real Estate Company

2. 42512 W. Monteverde Drive, Glennwilde, $118,000
3. 46109 W. Sheridan Road, Maricopa Meadows, $129,000
4. 35875 W. Costa Blanca Drive, Tortosa, $129,000
5. 44333 W. Cypress Lane, Desert Cedars, $130,000


This article appears in the March issue of InMaricopa.

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The least expensive home sold in Maricopa Sept. 16-Oct. 15 is a HUD-owned home in Alterra South. Its selling price of $119,700 was more than $10,000 short of what owners were seeking from the property. The 1,366-square foot home is on a 5,175-square-foot lot.

Sold: Oct. 5
Purchase price: $119,700
Square feet: 1,366
Price per square foot: $87.63
Days on market: 28
Builder: Unknown
Year built: 2006
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Community: Alterra South
Features: Basic home with open floor plan, kitchen island, covered patio and fire pit
Seller’s agent: Bernardino Ramos, RE/MAX-Preferred Choice
Buyer’s agent: Neil D. Rutt, Revelation Real Estate


This item appears in the November issue of InMaricopa.

19428 N. Taft Ave.

On the market for more than two years, this 72-year-old home in the Heritage District sold for just $60,000, nearly $40,000 under its asking price. Sitting next to Maricopa High School, the property includes a mobile home, which has been used as a rental.

Date sold: July 6
Purchase price: $60,000
Square feet: 1,046
Price per square foot: $57.36
Days on market: 1,044
Builder: Unknown
Year built: 1944
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Community: Heritage District
Features: Split floor plan, stainless steel appliances, above-ground pool and spa, grassy landscaping, gas heat, washer/dryer, two-car garage
Seller’s agent: Chad Chadderton, Ahwatukee Realty & Property Management
Buyer’s agent: Chad Chadderton, Ahwatukee Realty & Property Management


This item appears in the August issue of InMaricopa.

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Maricopa Meadows again had the least expensive home sold in the past month.

45753 W. Amsterdam Road

The least expensive home sold April 16 through May 15 was in Maricopa Meadows. The three-bedroom, two-story home went for $106,450, nearly 20 percent lower than its price in 2015. Sellers went nearly $9,000 below the asking price.

Date sold: April 22
Purchase price: $106,450
Square feet: 1,992
Price per square foot: $53.44
Days on market: 34
Builder: Unknown
Year built: 2006
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Community: Maricopa Meadows
Features: Covered patio, two-car garage, loft, BBQ area, shady front yard
Seller’s agent: Colleen Bechtel, Keller Williams Legacy One
Buyer’s agent: Thomas D. Noble, Platinum Premier Realty


This item appeared in the June issue of InMaricopa.