Here’s a link to active new #horseproperties for Scottsdale, Cave Creek, Carefree and Rio Verde,  for the last two weeks (dates of  October 12th – October 27th 2020). There is a total of 11 of them.

View the listings click here.

In order to be considered a #horseproperty the listing must contain at least a stall or tack-room.

This is a great time to buy or sell and the inventory is low.  Give me a call if you’re thinking about selling or buying. Thank you in advance for your referrals.

Ron Bykerk

480-221-1280

http://www.arizonahorsepropertyresource.com

West USA Realty

7077 E. Marilyn Rd #130

Scottsdale, AZ. 85254

#horseproperty #arizonahorseproperty #AZHPR #newhorseproperty #horse #horses

Here’s a link to active new #horseproperties for Phoenix, Desert Hills and New River,  for the dates of  October 8th – October 22nd 2020. There is a total of 4 of them.

View the listings click here.

In order to be considered a #horseproperty the listing must contain at least a stall or tack-room.

This is a great time to buy or sell and the inventory is low.  Give me a call if you’re thinking about selling or buying. Thank you in advance for your referrals.

Ron Bykerk

480-221-1280

http://www.arizonahorsepropertyresource.com

West USA Realty

7077 E. Marilyn Rd #130

Scottsdale, AZ. 85254

#horseproperty #arizonahorseproperty #AZHPR #newhorseproperty #horse #horses

Here’s a link to active new #horseproperties in the West Valley for the dates of  October 6th – October 20th 2020 (including Wickenburg). There is a total of 9 of them.

Link to view new West Valley horse property listings  https://www.flexmls.com/share/44Rtx/Selected

In order to be considered a #horseproperty the listing must contain at least a stall or tack-room.

This is a great time to buy or sell and the inventory is low.  Give me a call if you’re thinking about selling or buying. Thank you in advance for your referrals.

Ron Bykerk

480-221-1280

http://www.arizonahorsepropertyresource.com

West USA Realty

7077 E. Marilyn Rd #130

Scottsdale, AZ. 85254

#horseproperty #arizonahorseproperty #AZHPR #newhorseproperty #horse #horses

Here’s a link to active new #horseproperties in the Southeast Valley for the dates of  October 1st – October 15th 2020. There is a total of 14 of them.

https://www.flexmls.com/share/43PcR/Selected

In order to be considered a #horseproperty the listing must contain at least a stall or tack-room.

This is a great time to buy or sell and the inventory is low.  Give me a call if you’re thinking about selling or buying. Thank you in advance for your referrals.

Ron Bykerk

480-221-1280

http://www.arizonahorsepropertyresource.com

West USA Realty

7077 E. Marilyn Rd #130

Scottsdale, AZ. 85254

#horseproperty #arizonahorseproperty #AZHPR #newhorseproperty #horse #horses

Here’s a link to active new #horseproperties in Cave Creek, Carefree, Scottsdale and Rio Verde for the dates of  September 29th – October 13th 2020. There’s a total of three of them.

https://www.flexmls.com/share/42eO5/Selected

In order to be considered a #horseproperty the listing must contain at least a stall or tack-room.

This is a great time to buy or sell and the inventory is low.  Give me a call if you’re thinking about selling or buying. Thank you in advance for your referrals.

Ron Bykerk

480-221-1280

http://www.arizonahorsepropertyresource.com

West USA Realty

7077 E. Marilyn Rd #130

Scottsdale, AZ. 85254

#horseproperty #arizonahorseproperty #AZHPR #newhorseproperty #horse #horses

 

Here’s a link to active new #horseproperty listings in the West Valley area from the last couple weeks.  9-23-20 to 10-8-20 .  This includes Wickenburg.

https://www.flexmls.com/share/41buA/Selected

In order to be considered a #horseproperty the listing must contain at least a stall or tack-room.

This is a great time to buy or sell and the inventory is low.  Give me a call if you’re thinking about selling or buying. Thank you in advance for your referrals.

Ron Bykerk

480-221-1280

http://www.arizonahorsepropertyresource.com

West USA Realty

7077 E. Marilyn Rd #130

Scottsdale, AZ. 85254

#horseproperty #arizonahorseproperty #AZHPR #newhorseproperty #horse #horses

Here’s a link to active new #horseproperties in the #Phoenix metro area from within the last month of September 2020.  This includes Wickenburg.

https://www.flexmls.com/share/3zlyW/Selected

In order to be considered a #horseproperty the listing must contain at least a stall or tack-room.

This is a great time to buy or sell and the inventory is low.  Give me a call if you’re thinking about selling or buying. Thank you in advance for your referrals.

Ron Bykerk

480-221-1280

http://www.arizonahorsepropertyresource.com

West USA Realty

7077 E. Marilyn Rd #130

Scottsdale, AZ. 85254

#horseproperty #arizonahorseproperty #AZHPR #newhorseproperty #horse #horses

https://www.flexmls.com/share/3ziQS/Selected

New horse property listings within the time periods of September 24th to October 1st.  If interested or know of someone interested then reach out to me.

Ron Bykerk

 

Arizona Horse Property mortgage
After not increasing the maximum conforming loan limits on mortgages to be acquired by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac for 10 years, the Federal Housing Finance Agency has now increased the conforming loan limit for the third straight year.

The FHFA announced Tuesday that it is increasing the conforming loan limit for Fannie and Freddie mortgages in nearly every part of the U.S.

According the FHFA, the conforming loan limits will rise from this year’s total of $453,100 to $484,350 for 2019. That’s an increase of 6.9% from this year’s loan limit to next year’s.
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As stated above, this marks the third straight year that the FHFA has increased the conforming loan limits after not increasing them from 2006 to 2016.

Back in 2016, the FHFA increased the conforming loan limits from $417,000 to $424,100. Then, last year, the FHFA raised the loan limits from $424,100 to $453,100 for 2018. And now, the FHFA is doing it again, increasing the loan limit from $453,100 to $484,350 for 2019.

The conforming loan limits for Fannie and Freddie are determined by the Housing and Economic Recovery Act of 2008, which established the baseline loan limit at $417,000 and mandated that, after a period of price declines, the baseline loan limit cannot rise again until home prices return to pre-decline levels. But, as the FHFA noted earlier Tuesday, home prices are still on the rise, which necessitates a third straight yearly increase in the conforming loan limit.

The FHFA’s third quarter 2018 House Price Index report, which includes estimates for the increase in the average U.S. home value over the last four quarters, showed that home prices increased 6.9%, on average, between the third quarters of 2017 and 2018. Therefore, the maximum conforming loan limit in 2019 will increase by the same percentage to $484,350.

Loan limits will also be increasing in what the FHFA calls “high-cost areas,” where 115% of the local median home value exceeds the baseline loan limit. Under HERA, the maximum loan limit in those “high-cost areas” is calculated as a multiple of the area median home value, while setting a “ceiling” on that limit of 150% of the baseline loan limit.

According to the FHFA, median home values “generally increased” in high-cost areas as well in 2018, which drove an increase maximum loan limits in many areas. The new ceiling loan limit for one-unit properties in most high-cost areas will be $726,525, which is 150% of $484,350.

Per the FHFA, special statutory provisions establish different loan limit calculations for Alaska, Hawaii, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands. In those areas, the baseline loan limit will be $726,525 for one-unit properties.

“As a result of generally rising home values, the increase in the baseline loan limit, and the increase in the ceiling loan limit, the maximum conforming loan limit will be higher in 2019 in all but 47 counties or county equivalents in the U.S.,” the FHFA said.

Arizona Horse Property homes
Shopping for a new house in Arizona Horse Property means doing a little digging to see if any big repairs or deal breakers are lurking beneath the surface. It’s likely a few issues will come up during your inspection, but it’s smart to check these things out before you put in an offer.

Damaged roof

The first thing you need to know about your potential new home is the age and condition of the roof. Do a visual check of the roof by walking around the house. Look for damaged or missing shingles, rusted flashing, moss or dirt and any other spots that worry you. A damaged roof could seriously impact the interior and exterior of your home.

Heating and cooling performance

Few things are worse than needing A/C or heat, and not having it. So make sure you check the heating and cooling system to see if it’s in good working order. Ask the age of the system, turn it on and off, take a look at the ductwork if possible and see if the filters fit snugly. Don’t forget to look outside, too. Listen to how the air conditioning and heating units sound when they’re running. Look for rust and dirt on the equipment.

Water damage

Inside the house, look for water stains on the ceiling. Check under sinks in the kitchen and bathrooms and test all of the faucets and showers. You’ll also want to check out the basement, garage or crawl space to see if there’s a sump pump. These could all indicate past or future problems with poor water drainage which could lead to flooding. Outside, look for sloping areas in the yard, standing water, french drains, water marks on the foundation. Even if the water issues aren’t active anymore, it’s good to know past problems and what could pop up in the future.

Foundation faults

If you’re serious about buying a house, be sure to check out the foundation. Walk around the exterior, go into the crawlspace or basement and look for cracks and other red flags.

Working appliances and electrical outlets

Don’t let cosmetic repairs distract you from potential problems. Look at all appliances to make sure they’re in good shape. Turn on the stove, run the dishwasher and peek into the refrigerator. Look for grounded GFCI outlets in your kitchen and baths — the ones with the red and black reset buttons. Also, give the circuit breaker a look and flip a few of the breakers. If this is going to be your new home, you want to make sure everything works as it should.

Working windows

It’s a simple thing, but check all the windows in the new house to make sure they open properly. This is important for fire safety, as well as for comfort on a warm day.

Bugs and pests

You may not see any critters during the day, but look in corners and cabinets for mouse and roach droppings. Again, this is another easy fix. You can ask the homeowner for a pest control treatment as part of your contract.

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