See below for homes for sale in Granville and The Viewpoint in Prescott Valley with 3+ Bedrooms and 2+ Car Garage priced $275,000 – $450,000. Please let me know if I can help you with any questions.
Tenney Ranch is one of Prescott’s newest subdivisions. It is centrally located only minutes from the Courthouse Square, restaurants, entertainment venues, art galleries, banks, shopping, schools, etc. Most of the homes here are single level and most have beautiful distance views. Prices start in the $500,000’s.
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Scroll down to see homes for sale in Prescott and Prescott Valley which are age restricted. The average age in all of Yavapai County is 52.6, and the average age in the entire town of Prescott is 55, thus there are few neighborhoods that feel the need to require homeowners be 55 or older. The Prescott area frequently makes the Top 10 Lists of Best Places to Retire so we attract many people looking to do just that.
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AGING IN ARIZONA
via information from The Cromwell Report
The shift towards an aging population in Arizona is not a small, insignificant change. It is a dramatic change compared with Arizona’s experience prior to 2007. A lot of this change is probably caused by the unusually low immigration rates we have seen since 2007. In the distant past immigrant parents have tended to have larger families than native born parents and so contributed disproportionately to growing Arizona’s economy. Retirees contribute relatively little to growing the local economy as they are usually not fertile and not working.
The fraction of the United States population age 60 or over will increase by 21 percent between 2010 and 2020, according to an academic study published in 2014 by the Rand Corporation. Between 2010 and 2050 the fraction will grow by 39%. Coupled with the historically large reduction in fertility rates that is currently underway, we are witnessing huge changes in the demography of the nation. These demographic changes are likely to have detrimental effects on the economy and sectors of the housing market may be significantly affected going forward.
We already see explosive growth in Arizona population counts for people over 60 while the population under 18 (and especially under 5) is in decline. This is unexpected given that we have a relatively large number of women of child bearing age. It is generally accepted that people tend to consume more than they earn during their later years, but consume less than they earn while they are in their working years. It is very possible that the shift towards an older population is the primary cause of the relatively slow growth in GDP in the USA. It follows that similar effects are likely to be at work in other developed countries. We have not experienced an era like this before, so there is little experience to draw on just yet. However, I believe the rapidly changing demographics are likely to become the most significant factor driving housing demand over the next ten to fifteen years.
August 24, 2016
The demographic situation in the 15 Arizona counties is as follows:
(The Prescott quad-cities are in Yavapai County)
|County||Median Age July 2010||Median Age July 2015||5 Year Change in Population Under 5||5 Year Change in Population of 65 and Over|