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  • Address: 2060 North Center Street, Mesa, Arizona 85201
  • County: Maricopa
  • Phone: 480-835-9761
  • Spaces: 493
  • Type: Family
  • Management: Kort & Scott Financial Group Affiliate
  • DBA: Sliskovich Properties
  • Purchased: 1995, Amount: $7,750,000
  • Refinanced: Dec 2015, Amount: $3,100,000
  • Loan Type: Freddie Mac ARM, Chad Thomas Hagwood
  • Oct 1, 2017 – Country Club Village is no longer listed for sale. We are currently researching to verify if the property sold. It was listed for sale up to Sat, Mar 4, 2017 which is the last snapshot available for the listing.
  • Sat, Mar 4, 2017 – Martinez and Associates Listing – Price: $9,500,000

    Country Club Village for Sale

  • Fri, Oct 14, 2016 – Martinez and Associates Listing – Price: $9,500,000
  • Mon, Oct 10, 2016 – LoopNet Listing Offline
  • Mon, Jun 6, 2016 – Country Club Village for sale (Leasehold Only) on LoopNet for Price Not Disclosed ($6,000,000 to $10,000,000) with a Cap Rate of 9.93%. This park is located in the high demand Phoenix rental market.
  • Mon, Mar 7, 2016 – LoopNet Listing Offline
  • Fri, Jan 22, 2016 – Country Club Village for sale (Leasehold Only) on LoopNet for $9,500,000 with a Cap Rate of 9.93%. Incubation Upside: 64% Occupancy in a 90%+ Market.

Broker: Victor Martinez, Martinez and Associates

1999 – Project 97 Abstract – In recent years, a large mobile home park known as Country Club Village, located in Mesa, Arizona, has attained the dubious honor of having more police related calls for service than any other address in the city. The Mesa Police Department's Falcon District Community Action Team collaborated with city entities and community members in an operation known as Project 97. The project's goal was to reduce the amount of police related calls for service and improve the quality of life in the community.

Project 97 was created in an attempt to drastically reduce crime and increase the quality of life within the 496 unit mobile home park which is home to 1600-1800 residents. A history of calls for service beginning January 1, 1998 through June 30, 1998 revealed a diverse array of crime related calls. Specifically, a majority of the calls were residential thefts, subjects disturbing, criminal damage, graffiti, and drug related calls. A majority of the less serious calls for service were 911 hangups, illegal parking, dogs at large, and various city code violations. An initial survey was given to all residents inquiring about the perception of crime and living conditions. The survey revealed that community members had become disillusioned and felt paralyzed by the scope of their situation.
Mesa Police Department – Project 97




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