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$260,000
Front Elevation
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Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 5
# of Bathrooms: 4
Square Footage: 3673
Year Built: 1987
Subdivision: Bradley Country Estates
Description: All One level 5 Bedroom 4 bathroom home. Large Kitchen with lots of cabine...
Last Updated: December - 14 - 2013
$261,000
3843 E FLORIAN Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206
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Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 3
Square Footage: 2702
Year Built: 1995
Subdivision: BRADLEY COUNTRY ESTATES
Description: **LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION** This Red Brick Charmer on oversized lot is...
Last Updated: December - 31 - 2014
$299,900
Beautiful North Facing Lot in NO HOA Neighborhood
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Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 3
# of Bathrooms: 2.5
Square Footage: 2672
Year Built: 1990
Subdivision: Bradley Country Estates
Description: TRADITIONAL SALE, NO BANKS TO DEAL WITH. NO HOA ! Semi-Custom, N. facing,...
Last Updated: June - 30 - 2015
$324,900
3913 E Farmdale Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206
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Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 3
Square Footage: 2883
Year Built: 1990
Subdivision: Bradley Country Estates
Description: Incredible Mesa neighborhood, huge lots, beautiful homes, great location. B...
Last Updated: November - 03 - 2014
$329,000
1053 S MAPLE, Mesa, AZ 85206
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Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 5
# of Bathrooms: 3
Square Footage: 2674
Year Built: 1996
Subdivision: BRADLEY COUNTRY ESTATES LOT 1-73 TR A
Description: CHECK OUT THE PICTURES! Owner-managers of the limited liability company in...
Last Updated: October - 25 - 2016
$339,000
Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 2.5
Square Footage: 3064
Year Built: 1988
Subdivision: Bradley Country Estates Lt
Description: As you walk up to your new custom home, with lush green grass and mature la...
Last Updated: June - 01 - 2017
$345,000
3860 E FLOSSMOOR Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206
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Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 3.5
Square Footage: 3318
Year Built: 1987
Subdivision: BRADLEY COUNTRY ESTATES
Description: BREATHTAKING FROM THE MOMENT YOU TURN NORTH ONTO 39TH STREET & LOOK UP. UPG...
Last Updated: October - 17 - 2014
$349,900
3953 E FLOSSMOOR Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206
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Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 3.5
Square Footage: 2904
Year Built: 1998
Subdivision: BRADLEY COUNTRY ESTATES
Description: CUSTOM TUSCAN VILLA IN POPULAR BRADLEY COUNTRY ESTATES!NO HOA!HIGHLY UPGRD ...
Last Updated: December - 08 - 2017
$369,900
1038 S 38TH Street, Mesa, AZ 85206
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Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 2
Square Footage: 2808
Year Built: 1995
Subdivision: Bradley Country Estates
Description: NO HOA!!,Wonderful subdivision of 1/3 acre citrus lots, convenient location...
Last Updated: November - 01 - 2017
$395,000
3849 E FLOSSMOOR Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85206
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Status: Closed
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 2.75
Square Footage: 3064
Year Built: 1987
Subdivision: BRADLEY COUNTRY ESTATES
Description: Rare find in POPULAR Bradley Estates- NO HOA!! This 4 bdrm 2.75 ba, situate...
Last Updated: May - 20 - 2016

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Pros

1. The asking price on Arizona short sales are often less than that of a typical real estate listing.
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Cons

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2. The homes are occupied and are harder to view.
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4. Short sales can take a long time. Short sales have been know to take up to a year for approval. Usually it is around three months.

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Bank Owned Homes in Arizona For Sale

There is no shortage of bank owned homes in Arizona. The bank will increase and decrease their inventory of homes by foreclosing on homes or by selling the homes they have foreclosed upon. The standard for bank owned homes in Arizona used to be that they were mostly in bad condition; then the banks realized that they could recoup more by doing some small repairs, i.e. paint and carpet. Now, it really just depends on the market as to whether they will make repairs on any bank owned homes in Arizona. The Arizona foreclosure listings inventory also ebbs and flows with the market depending on conditions. The banks’ inventory of foreclosure listings in Arizona has been, at times, the predominant listing type. This creates a less than ideal market of vacant houses for neighborhoods and HOAs. However, on the flip side, as a buyer these vacant houses of Arizona foreclosure listings are very easy to show. It is easier to spot issues when you don’t have to navigate furniture and personal belongings. All things considered there are always two sides to every coin and that means opportunity for buyers and sellers who can see potential and act on it. Call us! We can help.