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Awhatukee and Arcadia Real Estate

“Real Estate” by definition is property: in buildings and land; therefore, Ahwatukee or Arcadia real estate must be property, buildings and land in Ahwatukee or Arcadia. The statement seems insignificant until you closely examine your personal goals. If you’re reading this then you’ve obviously determined that owning Ahwatukee or Arcadia real estate is a personal goal for you. Maybe you already own Ahwatukee or Arcadia real estate?

In any case, this website sets out to create an awareness of the benefits inherent to owning Ahwatukee or Arcadia real estate. Just click on the (home) link at the top of the page. From here you’ll be able to navigate your way through a myriad of information related to the prospect of owning Ahwatukee or Arcadia real estate. In fact, this website does not solely focus on Ahwatukee real estate to the exclusion of other valley real estate. No, here you’ll find numerous topics related to the sale or purchase of any real estate.

Click here to find up-to-date listings of Ahwatukee real estate currently available. We automatically update these MLS listings every 24 hours, so you’re sure to get accurate and current real estate information. Don’t worry if you’re looking for real estate outside Ahwatukee, we update that every 24 hours as well.

At AZ FAMILY REAL ESTATE we believe owning real estate is a giant step toward financial independence. Extrapolating on this belief we consider owning Ahwatukee or Arcadia real estate an excellent choice for your mortgage dollars. Furthermore, if you already own real estate we believe in the notion that owning more only perpetuates your ability to create passive income.

Purchasing or selling Ahwatukee or Arcadia real estate requires knowledge of the area, its people and resources. You can trust AZ FAMILY REAL ESTATE with your Ahwatukee real estate needs.

The Benefits of Ownership

The Best Investment

Income Tax Benefits

As an Investment

Generally, homes in the Phoenix area appreciate about five percent a year. Some years will be more, some less. The figure will vary from home to home, neighborhood to neighborhood, and region to region.

Five percent may not seem like much at first. Stocks (at times) appreciate much more, and you could earn over six percent with the safest investment of all, treasury bonds.

But take a second look…

If you buy a $200,000 home, and you do not pay cash for the home, you’ll get a mortgage, too. Suppose you put as much as twenty percent down – that is an investment of $40,000.

At an appreciation rate of 5% annually, a $200,000 home would increase in value $10,000 during the first year. That means you earned $10,000 with an investment of $40,000. Your annual "return on investment" would be a healthy twenty-five percent.

Of course, you are making mortgage payments and paying property taxes, along with a couple of other costs. However, since the interest on your mortgage and your property taxes are both tax-deductible, the government is essentially subsidizing your home purchase.

The Tax Advantage

Through income tax deductions, the government essentially subsidizes your purchase of a home. All of the interest and property taxes you pay in a given year can be deducted from your gross income, therefore, reducing your taxable income. Another savings.

For example, assume your initial loan balance is $150,000 with an interest rate of eight percent. During the first year you would pay $9969.27 in interest. If your first payment is January 1st, your taxable income at the end of the year would be reduced by nearly $10,000 – the interest deduction.

Property taxes are deductible, too. Whatever property taxes you pay in a given year may also be deducted from your gross income, lowering your tax obligation and increasing your net income. If you have additional questions please click here and I’ll be happy to answer them.

Ahwatukee & Arcadia Real Estate
Ahwatukee & Arcadia Real Estate