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Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403
928-486-8770 Donna
928-486-3043 Lisa

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America's Best Communities Contest

Lake Havasu City is second in ABC contest



  • Apr 19, 2017

With the America’s Best Communities Contest wrapped up, the Lake Havasu Vision 20/20 revitalization team can soon decide how to spend its $2 million in prize money.

Havasu entered the contest three years ago along with 350 other communities. It progressed through several elimination rounds, earning $150,000 in prizes along the way to produce its revitalization plan. On Wednesday, Havasu celebrated a second place victory and will take home $2 million.

The winnings will be handed to the Havasu Partnership for Economic Development, which will deposit the money into a special bank account and allocate funds to projects prioritized by the Vision 20/20 revitalization team. The three key projects identified at a town hall meeting earlier this spring were a downtown catalyst project, an environmental learning center and a facility that would provide office space for entrepreneurs — referred to by planners as co-location.

The team has not announced how the winnings will be dispersed to each project, and does not have immediate plans to begin spending. The logistics, Mayor Mark Nexsen said, will be worked out once officials come back to Havasu and can meet with team members and representatives from contest sponsor Frontier Communications.

“We will be talking about how we get those kick-started and how we’ll set up the funds,” Nexsen said. “That will also mean working with Frontier on whatever guidelines they have.”

City Councilman Cal Sheehy said the Vision 20/20 team will host meetings annually to share how the plan is progressing.

“The community will definitely be engaged in the process. The entire plan was created by the community,” Sheehy said.

The city will have some say in how the money is spent since portions of the projects call for public-private partnerships, but it won’t have total control, Nexsen said.

“This is not what I would consider the city’s money, this is the ABC team’s money,” Nexsen said. “The PED set up a bank account for it, as it did for the $100,000 we already received, so Council is not directing this.”

Planners have already considered ways to incorporate the co-location project with the downtown project. The entrepreneur space could be housed next to the public plaza intended for the former Springberg McAndrew Park.

“We’re going to see how we can leverage that to make all of these things happen,” Nexsen said.

City Manager Charlie Cassens said previously the PED’s offices could also be moved to that location.

The PED estimates the downtown catalyst project will attract 75 to 110 new businesses and create 250 to 500 new full-time jobs.

“Council already took strong action in February to authorize the purchase of the downtown parcel in order to move the downtown catalyst project forward,” Sheehy said.

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Existing-Home Sales Slip 2.3 Percent in April; Days on Market Falls to Under a Month

WASHINGTON (May 24, 2017) — Stubbornly low supply levels held down existing-home sales in April and also pushed the median number of days a home was on the market to a new low of 29 days, according to the National Association of Realtors®.

Total existing-home sales1, https://www.nar.realtor/topics/existing-home-sales, which are completed transactions that include single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, dipped 2.3 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.57 million in April from... Read More

Foreign Buyers and Immigration Expected to Drive Future Demand for U.S. Housing

WASHINGTON (May 19, 2017) – U.S. real estate markets are increasingly becoming international, and changing demographics brought forth by immigration and growing interest from foreigners are positioned to bolster home sales activity and prices. That’s according to speakers at an international real estate forum organized by the REALTOR® University Richard J. Rosenthal Center for Real Estate Studies session here at the 2017 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo.

NAR’s Danielle Hale, managing director... Read More

Realtors® Have a Positive Outlook for Commercial Markets in 2017

WASHINGTON (May 19, 2017) – While challenges face commercial real estate markets, Realtors® specializing in the sector should have confidence that growth will continue. That’s according to speakers at a commercial economic issues and trends forum at the REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo.

NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun led a panel discussion about the economic forces shaping commercial real estate markets; the panelists agreed that the market has improved and that continued growth in the economy... Read More

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Thank you Lisa, You made our home buying experience bearable. It all happened when we walked into Keller Williams cold and got you! From then on everything just happened, our only regret was we didn't take your advice and choose a lender in Lake Havasu City. We absolutely would refer folks to you! Best Wishes, Rich and Pat
Dear Lisa, You achieved the impossible! Our house had been on the market for 18 months with another realtor with not one offer! You told us up front that you could sell our house, but after 18 months we were feeling pretty hopeless! Throughout the whole process you kept us informed of what was happening with marketing, showing feedback and made suggestions about how to stage our home. Then our hopelessness turned to joy when after only 2 months you presented and negotiated an offer then closed our house so we could make the necessary move to Washington. Thank you Lisa, you were the best! Joe and Judy Overton Seattle, Washington Joe and Judy Overton Seattle, Washington
Dear Donna & Lisa, Thank you for the pleasure of having you as our Realtors. You were professional, courteous and had our best in mind. We enjoyed working with you. We are in the process of making an offer on a home here. It was built in 1910 and needs a lot of TLC but would be fun to work on. We’ll let you know what happens! We can’t wait to use our gift cards, thank you for your generosity! Your friends, Jim and Kathy Hamilton
Thank you so much for the card. You and Lisa are first class and have been my pleasure to work with. You can be sure I will recommend you to anyone looking for your services. Michael Simendich
A special Thank You for such a quick and painless transaction... Excellent service all around... Thanks again... We will definitely give your name out for any properties in the Havasu area... Jim and Diane Ellis
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