Sedona Real Estate Market Statistics & Analysis for Tuesday March 22, 2011 - Something for Everyone!

Sedona Real Estate Market Statistics for Tuesday 3-22-11:

Sedona had the lion's share of new listings yesterday, with 6 Sedona homes for sale including four in the low-mid $300,000's plus two luxury residences, one on 2 acres in the Village of Oak Creek - Big Park area for $869,900 and one in the exlcusive Las Lomas area in West Sedona for $1,299,000. Sedona Vacant Land inventories were enriched by 3 beautiful lots with exceptional Red Rock Views and one backing National Forest land, priced from $169,000 to $329,000.

Verde Valley Homes for Sale new on the market for the day included 3 new listings ranging from a $127,900 Verde Valley Foreclosure home on up to a Camp Verde Waterfront Ranch on 16 /12 acres for $1,595,000.

There really are an amazing range of properties for sale in the Sedona Verde Valley MLS of Northern Arizona to fit any taste, pocket or lifestyle!


New Listings12
Back on Market10
Price Increases1
Price Reductions13


Listings back on market were mostly in the outlying comminities of the Verde Valley, with one luxury home and 2 lots in Sedona returning to active status. Price Reductions were about half Sedona properties and half Verde Valley properties. Of the 10 new escrows (contingents) there were 3 Sedona homes priced from $319,500 - $439,000 and 7 Verde Valley homes for sale from $44,900 to $199,000. Buyers are snapping up the very best bargains! Properties that went to pending sale status included 3 Verde Valley homes for sale from $68,900 to $349,900 and 2 Sedona homes for sale from $75,000 to $469,000. Closed sales included one vacant lot in Cottonwood AZ for $35,000, and 2 homes in Sedona in the mid to high $300,000's, 2 homes in the Verde Valley and 2 in Prescott Valley.

If you're looking for acreage, just over Mingus Mountain in Prescott, there is a 12.9 acre parcel of foreclosure land backing National Forest Service land. I also have pocket listings of horse properties between Dewey and Humboldt backing to BLM land with underground utilites in, 100-mile views and 9-acre minimums.

For help with these or any property in the Sedona-Verde Valley area please call Beth Larsen at 928-284-2501, or visit .

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