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October 30, 2017
AV Homes is thrilled to introduce our new neighborhood in Maricopa County, Sunleya! A Grand Opening celebration is planned for January 2018. Located in the West Valley, Sunleya has everything you’re looking for! With 85 homesites, it’s perfect for families of all sizes. Just minutes from local schools, shopping and recreation, Sunleya is also a half hour from downtown Phoenix. Plus, it’s close to Loop 303 and Lake Pleasant. Featuring a family-friendly vibe, along with open space, par…
Retirement Clock
October 25, 2017
Everyone dreams of being able to enjoy a happy and secure retirement after years at the daily grind. If you’re starting to think about those exciting retirement plans but aren’t quite sure when the right time is to take the plunge, we’ve put together this helpful guide to retirement and social security benefits in the United States: When Can I Retire? Depending on the year you were born, full retirement age in the United States is currently around 67 years old. However, a person can …
October 24, 2017
AV Homes Has 10,000 Reasons to Buy Your New Home Now   Buying a new home is less daunting when you know what to expect and can minimize surprises. Resale homes often come with hidden “features” that can go beyond just the shag carpet in the living room. As a home ages, it may also begin to boast a few plumbing leaks or an HVAC system that can’t keep up with your home. Repair and replacement costs can skyrocket.   When you buy a newly built home, you’re assured of fewer …
October 20, 2017
Do you see retirement as an exciting new chapter or as a path to the unknown? After so many years in the working world, retirement can be disconcerting at the very least. Who are you if you don’t have a job? Why do you get out of bed every morning? At AV HOMES, we believe that retirement is a beginning, not an end. At last, you can live your life, your way. Here are some tips for reinventing your life after retirement. 1.)   It’s ok to mourn the loss of your old self, but then embrac…
October 06, 2017
As summer winds down in Central Florida, it’s worth noting how hot it was here – and not because of the 90-degree heat or humidity. The real heat was simmering in the real estate market. In Florida and across the nation, the real estate market was exceptionally hot this summer, with home values up 7 percent nationally. The only challenge facing the market has been a lack of inventory in most parts of the country. But at the same time, a strong economy and historically low mortgage rates a…