8215 W Wing Mountain Dr |MLS # 170221 | Home For Sale in Flagstaff

8215 W Wing Mountain Dr |MLS # 170221 | Home For Sale in Flagstaff

8215 W Wing Mountain DR, Flagstaff, AZ 86001_just listed

8215 W Wing Mountain Dr |MLS # 170221 | Flagstaff Home Sold By Kelly Broaddus

Property Site: http://www.northernarizonafinehomes.com/property/170211/

Virtual Tour: http://www.tourfactory.com/1809502

SOLD!!! Beautiful home in Wing Mountain Ranch. This spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bath home features a bright open floor plan with amazing views from the living room framing the Peaks. The extra large kitchen includes solid granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The large master bedroom has its own private bathroom and walk-in closet. The 2 acre lot overlooks the Peaks and has wonderful potential for additions, horses or just enjoying the great outdoors. No worries about dust on your vehicle, the road is paved! 5 minutes from Snowbowl and 15 min from downtown Flagstaff.

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
Square feet: 2,064
Price: $459,900
MLS ID: 170211
  • Wing Mountain Home with Open Floor Plan
  • Amazing Peak Views on 2 Acre Lot
  • Huge Kitchen with granite counters & Stainless Steel Appliances
For more information about this property in Fort Valley Area, please contact Kelly Broaddus at 888-446-5602 or kellybroaddus@remax.net. You can also text 4159098 to 67299.
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2000 W Museum Trail | Luxury Home For Sale in Flagstaff

2000 W Museum Trail | Luxury Home For Sale in Flagstaff

Property Site: http://marketing.remaxdesigncenter.com/36/142836/5250202/index.html

Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 5
Square feet: 4,441
Price: $1,498,800
MLS ID: 168582

A stunning masterpiece designed in the Southwest Arts and Crafts style that complements the natural surroundings and captures the magnificent Peak views

  • 2.5 acres With Full View Of San Francisco Mountains
  • Colton House Inspired. Southwest Arts and Crafts style
  • Single Level, Disabled Access Friendly
  • Landscaped Gardens With A Water Fall
  • Oversized 2 Car Garage
  • Firewise: Hardie Plank Exterior, Vail Titan Se-lect Roof, Malpais Stone, Interior Fire Sprinklers
  • Artist– Photography Studio With Half Bath & Darkroom
For more information about this property, please contact Kelly Broaddus at 888-446-5602 or kellybroaddus@remax.net. You can also text 4159098 to 67299.
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Holiday Fun in Flagstaff AZ

Holiday Fun in Flagstaff AZ

How do you know if your holiday is off to a great start?  Christmas is traditionally the best time to celebrate and be happy, perfect opportunity to take advantage of the downtime. Christmas is also what we make of it. Some can imagine how everything should be; some think of bright lights, a grand Christmas tree or a joyful family reunion. I’m guessing that one of the fondest memories however is the joy of giving, sharing and a time of getting together with friends and loved ones.

pabloWhat is the best gift?  There are long lists of what we can do during this Christmas season. Included of course on the list is giving gifts. The best gift would all depend on what a person values the most. To some it’s receiving a simple dessert from a neighbor, to some a phone call or visit from a family member or friend and to some it’s enjoying their holiday shopping, to some it has a lot to do with doing a random act kindness, a tangible expression showing appreciation.

If there’s anything constant about the holiday season, it would be the unique celebrations, family traditions, and festivities. These do not happen all at once but are enjoyed all throughout the month.

Here’s a quick guide on how to make your weekend extraordinary in Flagstaff:

Fun Things To Do in Flagstaff This Weekend Dec 5-6, 2015 



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9200 W Coyote Pass, Flagstaff, AZ 86001

8,200 Sq Ft | 4 Beds | 4 Bath | 1,998,000


HUGE $800k PRICE REDUCTION!The prestigious Fort Valley Ranch is now available for the Flagstaff real estate buyer looking for a large residence or retreat. This property, 9200 W Coyote Pass RD Flagstaff, AZ 86001 and it’s breathtaking views will surpass your expectations.

This luxury Flagstaff AZ Home for Sale is Perfect for a:

Corporate getaway Private Horse Farm
Assisted living residence
Art gallery
Women’s Shelter
Children’s Camp
Health and Beauty Spa
Weight Loss Camp or Fitness Ranch
MEDITATIONCenter Horse Riding School Hobby Farm
Any other use you might require…

Main House

The 8200 sq. ft. home is built of hand chosen massive custom Western Red Cedar logs assembled by Pioneer Log Homes of Canada, which also graces the Ranch Entry. Radiant In-Floor Heating & first class amenities throughout. 4 bedrooms, 4 baths plus spacious office, cool loft and beautiful entertainment FAMILY ROOM. Great VIEW DECKS high in the trees! DEEP WATER WELL WITH POSSIBLE SHARE AGREEMENT AVAILABLE. Massive Gated Log Entrance.

The 42 Acres of Land

VERY PRIVATE HOME SETTINGS IN THE FORESTED ACREAGE, which is adjacent to National Forest Lands. Amazing VIEWS! 2 ACRE ZONING. 42.84 acres are a portion of larger parcel. Very private and quiet!

Other Offerings: 

  • The adjoining 27 acres is being offered for $1,600,000
  • Also available: Adjoining 2 acres with cabin and available aquifier water well is being offered for $1,500,000

There is no way to do justice to all the details of this awesome one-of-a-kind property that Flagstaff, AZ offers. Please ask for more information. Developers packet available. Please call me, Kelly Broaddus@ 888-446-5602.

Kelly Broaddus | REMAX Fine Properties | kellybroaddus@remax.net | 888-446-5602| http://rem.ax/1T56eap

Boomerang Homebuyers Get a Shorter Ride Home by JIM SAHNGER

HUD recently announced that people who lost their home through a foreclosure, short sale or bankruptcy, may be eligible to finance a home again in as little as 12 months. This is a reduction from the previously required minimum of 36 months from the date of the “most recent event.”

Released August 15, HUD provided guidelines under “Back to Work – Extenuating Circumstances” meant to ease the path for home ownership for many.

Boomerang  homebuyers, as they are now known, will need to document that the reason they were unable to make their payments was due to a specific Economic Event.  This impact of this event must have resulted in a decline in income of 20% or more for at least six months.

Some boomerang homebuyers who experienced a bankruptcy and simultaneous foreclosure have discovered that the two events may not be recorded at the same time. In cases where the property did not transfer back to the lender at the time of the bankruptcy, the period for the 36 month minimum waiting period as was required by HUD, did not start until the title transferred back to the lender.  In some states, the time for transfer could be months or even years after the discharge of the bankruptcy.

Extenuating Circumstances

Extenuating circumstances for the purpose of these guidelines are as follows. The borrower(s) must have experienced a decline in income of 20% or more for a period of at least six months. This could have been due to a job loss or a loss of income tied to earnings like commissions or other customary bonus or incentive income.

Demonstrated Cure

With any situation of extenuating circumstances, a boomerang homebuyer must be able to document that the event was isolated in nature and not likely to reoccur again in the future. The borrower must also be able to document that they have regained economic stability through timely payments for a minimum of 12 months.

The timely payment history will include rental/mortgage payments, installment payments, and/or revolving payments for the 12 months preceding the mortgage application. There also should not be any new collection accounts.

In addition to re-establishing acceptable credit, the borrower(s) will be required to complete Housing Counseling.

Eligibility Requirements for Documenting Loss of Income

In the event of a loss in employment, the lender will need to document the event by a written Verification of Employment evidencing the termination date, public information documenting the closure of the business if applicable and/or documentation of unemployment income.

The lender will also need to substantiate the loss of income through the verification of tax returns, W-2s and tax transcripts.

Important Definitions

HUD announced several key terms that must be reviewed in accordance with this program.

Economic Event: an occurrence beyond the borrowers control that resulted in a Loss of Employment, Loss of Income or a combination of both which resulted in a loss of Household Income of 20% or more for a period of six or more months.

Onset of Economic Event: the month of the start of or loss of income

Recovery from an Economic Event: the re-establishment of acceptable or satisfactory credit. Satisfactory Credit equates to no derogatory credit for any mortgaged or leased property in the 12 months preceding the mortgage application. This also includes any installment or revolving debt for the same period.

Borrower: “Borrower” includes all parties including primary and/or co-borrower as listed on the loan application.

Borrower Household Income: the income of all parties on the application or Household Members as listed from the previous Economic Event and derogatory credit.

Housing Counseling: Counseling from a HUD-approved housing counseling agency related to home ownership and meets acceptable requirements.

Other Requirements and Information

HUD establishes a base line for lenders to underwrite and approve mortgage applications. Some lenders may choose to require baseline standards that exceed the minimum guidelines listed here with regards to time from short sale, foreclosure or bankruptcy.

Lenders may also choose to enact additional overlays with requirements to evaluation acceptable credit regarding payment history, collection accounts and/or judgments.

In the event a prior defaulted mortgage was endorsed by FHA, the lender will need to request a waiver which may require additional time for processing. For anyone this pertains to, they would be wise to alert the new lender to this as soon as possible in the loan process.

Boomerang homebuyers whose prior hardship was economically driven should be excited by this announcement from HUD. For many, it is now recognized the worst is behind them and the time to buy a new home is here.

*Additional Resource: HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agencies

Housing is Helping Rebuild the American Economy by THE KCM CREW

Freddie Mac in their report, August 2013 U.S. Economic & Housing Market Outlook, explained the three reasons why housing is the key driving force to the overall economic recovery.

The Challenge

The report explains that the path to recovery has been historically slow:

The Great Recession officially ended in June 2009 and, with the release of the second quarter GDP, we now have data on four full years of economic recovery. The data release confirmed what many have felt: four years of recovery have only brought lackluster growth. Compared to all prior postwar recoveries, this expansion has been the weakest. Real GDP has risen by only 9 percent since the recession officially ended, while it grew an average of 17.4 percent in the four years following the end of the previous ten recessions.

The Answer – Housing

Freddie Mac explains that housing drives the economy in three ways. Here are excerpts from the report on each:

Demand for Housing Will Drive Employment

Increased demand for housing will help stimulate new single-family and multifamily construction and boost home sales. We expect starts to hover just below one million (SAAR) over the second half of the year, the best six-month building pace since the first half of 2008. This increased building and sales will add approximately 3/8 of a percentage point directly to GDP growth through residential fixed investment and will employ many more workers in construction and at other housing related firms.

Rising Prices = Increased Family Wealth = Increased Spending

With housing being the biggest asset of most American households, rising house prices directly affect the balance sheet of homeowners. Home equity is the largest component of net wealth for many families. As wealth rises, households generally increase their consumption spending. They may even tap into their equity through a home-equity loan, using the proceeds for either consumption or investment spending. Some evidence that home equity lending has picked up was found in Freddie Mac’s Refinance Report for the second quarter, which saw $9.5 billion in home-equity cashed-out as part of a refinance, up from a year ago.  

Small Business Development is Funded through Home Equity

Rising house prices will help the economic recovery by spurring small business formation, as a business owner’s home often serves as collateral for a start-up. Small business growth has been very weak during the recovery…Recent research by analysts at the U.S. Census Bureau and University of Maryland indicated that slow house price growth has been a key contributing factor to anemic small business growth. According to their analysis 42 percent of the decline in the performance of young firms (relative to mature firms) is due to declines in home prices.

As Freddie Mac explains, the housing recovery is crucial to the recovery of the overall economy.

To see the economic impact of a home sale in your state, click here.

SOLD in Twenty Days! $839,000!

The Beautiful Cox Home

SOLD For $839,000

Listed for $849,500




Testimonial  by Brian Cox: Listed, SOLD and Closed in 40 Days

I had this crazy idea of selling all my properties, so I called Kelly… The whole thing has been really quick. It went very well and I had a pleasant experience, very enjoyable. I would certainly recommend Kelly for any other type of homes you want to sell…Its been great!

– Brian Cox

This Press Release went out a few days after listing:

Phoenix Architect Puts Vacation Home On The Market

Brian Cox, Phoenix Architect lists Vacation Home for $849,500 with Listing Agent Kelly Broaddus.

Flagstaff, AZ, July 03, 2013 –(PR.com)– Architect and interior designer Brian Cox, a partner in Cox James Architects based in Phoenix, is selling his 3583-square-foot abode at 5080 West Kiltie Lane, Flagstaff. A modern home with soaring expanses of glass, the home is listed for $849,500. It is now under contract pending sale after just 18 days on the market.

Built in 2005, Cox’s home is a two-story, four-bedroom house with an attached garage, includes a kitchen, great room and guest quarters on the first floor. The volume of the great room soars the entire two floors. A master suite and study, two bedrooms, a bath and laundry are located upstairs. The home is located in secluded and wooded Westwood.

This home was featured on the 10th anniversary issue of Sources and Design magazine, a premier industry publication for designers, architects and custom homebuilders in the West.

The property is listed by Kelly Broaddus of RE/MAX Fine Living.

Kelly Broaddus is a seasoned real estate professional passionate about customer service and has a team of qualified specialists to best serve Coconino and Yavapi Counties. For the last 15 years Kelly been in helping selling clients get as much as 18% more for their homes than traditional real estate agents by utilizing a proven repeatable system backed by market research to accomplish this goal. She and a partner have assembled a team of professionals that are top in their fields of service to assist clients in reaching goals in the time frame set forth, many times less than market averages with the least amount of hassles and surprises.

Kelly Broaddus Real Estate Advisor Team

Kelly Broaddus