Listed below are our favorite homeowner tools to help make owning a home simpler, safer, and more connected.
CentralScottsdale.com Daily – We’ve carefully curated our online newspaper, the CentralScottsdale.com Daily, to showcase all of the latest news, sports, real estate, tech, and local events.
What’s My Home Worth? – The most asked question, naturally. Find out in minutes about all of the sold data in your immediate neighborhood. No, you can’t get that kind of information from Zillow. Our system taps directly into the MLS for up to the minute sales activity. Click here for your report.
ePropertyWatch – ePropertyWatch is one of our favorites. It will email you when a neighborhood home sells. It emails you if one goes into foreclosure. Most importantly, it works in the background to make sure you don’t fall victim to a false or erroneous lien. You are notified immediately if a mistake is made at the County Recorder’s office so you can get a jump on corrective action. If there’s one thing that can mess up a refinance or a sale, it’s a cloudy title report. To sign up for ePropertyWatch, please use the form on this page.
BrightNest – When do I change air filters? How do I prevent a roof leak? Does Chinese food clog a dishwasher? Keep your home tuned up with BrightNest. Answer some questions about your home, then BrightNest will periodically email you tasks to keep your home in top shape. Your maintenance history is stored for easy access when it comes time to pass your home on to a new owner. Yes, it even stores your paint colors too.
Nextdoor – Nextdoor is the private social network for you, your neighbors and your community. It’s the easiest way for you and your neighbors to talk online and make all of your lives better in the real world. And it’s free. Thousands of neighborhoods are already using Nextdoor to build happier, safer places to call home. We’ve got one of the largest Nextdoor communities in the U.S. right here in McCormick Ranch. So when you find your new home, go to click here and punch in your shiny new address to see if there is a community already established. If not, start one.