Archive for December, 2013
6607 N. Scottsdale
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
Camelot Reserve is Grand and now open! Our beautifully decorated new model home is now open for viewing. This hidden gem of a neighborhood is located close to downtown Scottsdale and next to the Arizona Canal. Camelot Reserve is a charming gated community of just 20 lots. Come see why we have sold over half of these homes before our model was complete. There is no where else in downtown Scottsdale where you can purchase brand new single family homes on spacious lots within walking distance to all of the amenities of this vibrant city. But hurry, this opportunity won’t last!! Contact Hilal at 480-735-4652 for more information and check out our community page!
Did you know that there are more than one billion automobiles in the world? Although cars are common, it is not always easy choosing the right one. Deciding between a new and used car, for example, can often be a difficult decision. There are several advantages of buying both new and used cars, though, and depending on which benefits are most important to you, it will become easier to find the best car. New cars give you the freedom to choose exactly what you want. Although Time Magazine reports that the average price of a new car is more than 30,000 dollars, new car sales allow you to special order a vehicle with nearly any custom features that you believe are necessary
Like any other homeowner out there, you’ve probably spent more than a few moments wondering what you could do to enhance your home. If your bathroom is older, or still filled with conventional appliances, you may want to consider upgrading. Modern toilets especially could end up giving you and your family a number of advantages over time. While water saving toilets have been increasing in popularity since the early 1990’s, the designs that are available today are far superior to those of twenty years ago. There are three benefits in particular that water saving toilets could provide to a family like yours!
- More Money in Your Pocket – As you might have guessed, water efficient toilets could save y