Average Price in Cays Pavilion: $389,500 / County Average: $834,187
Average Taxes in Cays Pavilion: $2,186 / County Average: $3,476
Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Cays Pavilion: $199 / County Average: $317
Average Walkscore in Cays Pavilion: 6 / County Average: 31
Average Year Built in Cays Pavilion: 1993 / County Average: 1993
Average Days on Website in Cays Pavilion: 108 / County Average: 59
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Coming soon! this 4 bed 2.5 bath in the kyrene school district will be available the 2nd week of october...
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This home is a must see * popular 3 bedroom + loft/office & 3 full bathroom floor plan in ahwatukee * great location * award winning public & charter schools close by * kyrene school district * brand new trane ac unit * 2020 wood plank ceramic flooring * beautifully renovated bathrooms *updated kitchen w/ new stainless steel appliances, gas stove * large great room & double stair access from great room or front entrance * open concept living room & dining room for entertaining * loft had built-in office * beautiful mountain views * quaint front porch with tons of shade * no neighbors across the street * easy access to freeways * all around wonderful home...
About David & Tammy Rod
Licensed in 1987; David has over 30 years of experience and licensed in 1989, Tammy has over 28 years of in the Real Estate. They are practiced and skilled in management of all areas of real estate transactions. David is considered a leading producer in Maricopa and Pinal Counties. He is a leading expert in the market and has, with his qualified staff, successfully sold over 600 million in sales volume. As the economic and real estate climate changes, David’s extensive knowledge and experience makes him a leading broker in the field. David’s high standards ensure our team will provide the best possible representation while maximizing the sale price of your home and cutting back on losses.