Surprise, AZ Homes for Sale, Sun Village

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Surprise, AZ Homes for Sale, Sun Village

SV Front Panoramic

Surprise, AZ homes for sale, Sun Village is 320 acres that consists of 1382 homes that approximately 2,200 residents call home.  An 55+ adult master planned community that has 24 hour gate guard restricting traffic to the condominiums/town homes and single family residences within.

 SV Rec Center Panoramic

Sun Village is a 55+ Active Adult Community that consists of an 18 hole par 3 executive walking golf course, community swimming pools and spas, tennis courts, fishing lake, pickle ball, shuffle board, horse shoes and the village center with billiards room, bingo and movie nights.

 SV Pool Panoramic

The real estate market in Sun Village as of January 1st 2010 is as follows;  There are 12 active rentals that are renting from $650 - $2200 and 3 rentals that have closed this year at $1250 - $2000.  There are 51 active condos or homes for sale in Sun Village priced from $67,900 - $329,000.  There are 8 pending homes for sale that were priced between $99,000 - $210,000.  6 homes for sale closed since New Years day at prices from $80,000 to $149,000. 

SV Courtyard Panoramic

For more information on homes for sale or market information on this and other communities feel free to contact me. 

 

Clifford Niethe     Your Arizona Real Estate Guy     623-866-2190

 Cliff at GC

Comments (5)

Anonymous
HEATHER MARTY
Thanks for sharing your homes looks so good. On a side note, my parents are old and I am looking for a retirement community for them. One of my friends suggested me <a href="http://www.gardenspotvillage.org"> Garden Spot Village </a>  .He said that it is the best place for retirees as they  can get healthcare services .Can anyone give feedback about them? I will appreciate.
Apr 10, 2012 08:37 PM
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WILLIAM STEWART
Good article. There are so many mortgage insurance providers out there. I am shopping for quite some time, but having hard time finding out the right one. Found from bankrate that reliance first capital gives good discounts. Will it be good in the long run? Any thoughts?
May 18, 2012 08:21 PM
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Anonymous
WILLIAM STEWART
Good article. There are so many mortgage insurance providers out there. I am shopping for quite some time, but having hard time finding out the right one. Found from bankrate that reliance first capital gives good discounts. Will it be good in the long run? Any thoughts?
May 18, 2012 08:22 PM
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Moms Mabley
Good one. Have anybody here worked with <a href="http://www.reliancefirstcapital.biz"> reliance first capital </a>? I am doing an analysis for a private equity firm. Let me know and I will compensate for your time.
May 19, 2012 05:36 AM
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Moms Mabley
Good one. Have anybody here worked with <a href="http://www.reliancefirstcapital.biz"> reliance first capital </a>? I am doing an analysis for a private equity firm. Let me know and I will compensate for your time.
May 19, 2012 05:36 AM
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