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Old 04-08-2008, 10:57 PM   #1
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Ok, here's a link:

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I never understood why there are so many pools in AZ. Don't you people have no water there? And the green lawns are kinda weird too. I mean logically, if you live in the desert, you're not going to have an English garden out front. Seems so wasteful.

But I am really envious of the house prices. It's a dream that I could get anything that looked like that for the price.
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Uhh, from a safety standpoint with two children in the house, not a good idea...JMO...

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My girls can beat my ass these days and live with their mom mostly and the house I posted is a comp, same specs, hood etc.





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I never understood why there are so many pools in AZ. Don't you people have no water there? And the green lawns are kinda weird too. I mean logically, if you live in the desert, you're not going to have an English garden out front. Seems so wasteful.

But I am really envious of the house prices. It's a dream that I could get anything that looked like that for the price.
Martina-

In Phoenix, its 86 F degrees today.

Come May it will be in the 100s clear up to 120 thru August.
There isn't a break in the temps until Oct.

Having a pool is essentail here, kinda like having power steering with a car.

In my community Warner Ranch we have large pine trees, with parks and bike paths etc. Yes, it's sort of man made and not indiginious to the environment, but we pay extra for it.

As you probably know Real Estate in the States is a buyers market now. A lot of Canadians buy their 2nd homes here to visit during the winter, we affectionately refer to these folk as "snow birds" and they drive their cars real slow here.


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I never understood why there are so many pools in AZ. Don't you people have no water there? And the green lawns are kinda weird too. I mean logically, if you live in the desert, you're not going to have an English garden out front. Seems so wasteful.

But I am really envious of the house prices. It's a dream that I could get anything that looked like that for the price.
I'm the first to admit how little I know about the US, but I was watching a show caled 'My house is worth what?', and i was absolutely bowled over. There was a great little one bedroom flat in the heart of NYC with views of the Chrysler and 2 other notorious landmarks, and the estimated value was $480k!!! Then there was the massive 4 bedroom house in Texas valued at a whopping $230k! I was nearly hving a seizure. The NY flat price wouldn't get you a whole house in the suburbs here, and this one was clearly in a brilliant spot.


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I never understood why there are so many pools in AZ. Don't you people have no water there? And the green lawns are kinda weird too. I mean logically, if you live in the desert, you're not going to have an English garden out front. Seems so wasteful.

I can understand the pools, especially if done properly can really help cool an area since the desert gets great breezes, but you are right with the green yards, zero scaping is the way to go...
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I'm the first to admit how little I know about the US, but I was watching a show caled 'My house is worth what?', and i was absolutely bowled over. There was a great little one bedroom flat in the heart of NYC with views of the Chrysler and 2 other notorious landmarks, and the estimated value was $480k!!! Then there was the massive 4 bedroom house in Texas valued at a whopping $230k! I was nearly hving a seizure. The NY flat price wouldn't get you a whole house in the suburbs here, and this one was clearly in a brilliant spot.


In America, there's a saying that the real estate market uses:

Regarding value of one's property, it comes down to:

"location
location
location"

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Values of Phx Az are worth far less than So Calif genearlly speaking due to the extreme heat.

Items such as school districts, crime are also factored in to a home's value.

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