Mortgage Loans in Cactus Corridor

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How the process works

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Documentation

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Appraisal

The appraisal insures the home you are buying is worth the price that is being offered. Learn More
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Initial Underwriting

The Underwriter will verify that all information is accurate and authentic. Learn More
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Conditional Approval

Conditional Approval is granted when the Underwriter approves the loan under certain conditions. Learn More
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Clear To Close

The Underwriter verifies that all documentation has been provided and all conditions have been met. Learn More
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Closing

Signing the final documentation and receiving the keys to your new home! Learn More

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All About Cactus Corridor

Cactus Corridor, Scottsdale, AZ

If you’re interested in moving to Scottsdale or North Phoenix, the Cactus Corridor (aka Shea Corridor) is an area you’ll want to see with The Matheson Team, your Scottsdale real estate experts.
We define the boundaries of the Cactus Corridor as the area north of Shea Boulevard, east of Tatum Blvd, south Raintree Dr. and west of Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard.  The area is unique because of its rural charm in the center of the bustle of Scottsdale. Homes range in size from 2,500 to over 10,000 square feet, with many acre+ lots.  Many of the area’s neighborhoods are not governed by an HOA. (Source)

Things To Do In Cactus Corridor

Come Spend A Day In Cactus Corridor!

Cave Creek Outfitters
Providing well mannered and highly conditioned horses, Cave Creek Outfitters is able to work with riders of all ages including children who are at least six years old.
Salt River Fields
Home to Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies, Salt River Fields can welcome up to 13,000 spectators.
Scottsdale Stadium
Home to the San Francisco Giants, the Scottsdale Stadium is popular during Spring Training season.
Octane Raceway
Octane Raceway offers indoor go-karting for all ages in the heart of Scottsdale.
McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park
Playgrounds, picnic areas, and miniature railroad await children and adult alike at the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park.
Pinnacle Peak Park
Covering 150 acres, Pinnacle Peak Park is visited annually by more than 200,000 people.
Salt River Rafting
Rather than being based in the Grand Canyon, Salt River Rafting offers whitewater rafting tours of Salt River Canyon.
iPic Theaters
At the iPic Theaters movies can be enjoyed with fresh cocktails and fresh fast foods. There is also a restaurant on the site, with a full-service bar.
MacDonald’s Ranch
Plan your next party or enjoy a day out with the family at MacDonald’s Ranch, in Scottsdale. Visitors of all ages enjoy the guided horseback rides, the cowboy cookout’s, petting zoo, and good old southwestern hospitality.
UltraStar Cinemas
UltraStar Cinemas is a movie theater that has amenities including 3D capability, D-Box seats, assistive listening devices, and a party area.

Education in Cactus Corridor

About Cactus Corridor Educational System

Public education in Scottsdale is provided for by both the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD), which serves most of Scottsdale, most of the town of Paradise Valley, as well as parts of Tempe and east Phoenix, and the Paradise Valley Unified School District (PVUSD), which serves northeast Phoenix and North Scottsdale. SUSD serves 25,668 students in 33 schools and employs 3,862, including 1,551 teachers. SUSD’s 33 schools include five high schools: Arcadia High School, Coronado High School, Chaparral High School, Desert Mountain High School, and Saguaro High School. PVUSD is the 7th largest school district in the state, with approximately 30,000 students and 3,800 employees. It contains 47 schools, including 7 high schools. The high schools which serve portions of Scottsdale are Horizon High School and Pinnacle High School.
The primary institution of higher education in the city is Scottsdale Community College, which opened in 1970 on the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Reservation. In 1999, the school opened a second campus in the Scottsdale Airpark allowing it to serve the business community and north Scottsdale. Other institutions of higher education with locations in Scottsdale include the University of Phoenix and the Scottsdale Culinary Institute. Many students at nearby Arizona State University in Tempe live in Scottsdale and commute.
Scottsdale has a main branch and four branches within the Scottsdale Public Library System.
The Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) is a school district with its headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona. The 112-square-mile (290 km<sup>2</sup>) district serves most of Scottsdale, most of Paradise Valley, a portion of Phoenix, and a portion of Tempe.
Its 22 schools earning the state’s highest rating, Excelling. All SUSD schools are rated as Performing, Performing Plus, Highly Performing or Excelling by the Arizona Department of Education. In 2011, SUSD was “moving toward making Algebra I available to all eighth-graders”

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History of Cactus Corridor

Cactus Corridor is rich in history!

The area which would include what would become Scottsdale was originally inhabited by the Hohokam, from approximately 300 BC to 1450 AD. This ancient civilization farmed the area and developed a complex network of canals for irrigation which was unsurpassed in pre-Columbian North America. At its peak, the canals stretched over 250 miles, many of which built remains extant today, some having been renovated and put back into use in the 20th Century. Under still-mysterious circumstances, the Hohokam disappeared around 1450 or 1500, the most likely theory having to do with a prolonged drought. The area’s later occupants, the Pima and O’odham (also known as the Papago), are thought to be the direct descendants of the Hohokam people.
Before European settlement, Scottsdale was a Pima village known as Vaṣai S-vaṣonĭ, meaning “rotting hay.” Some Pima remained in their original homes well into the 20th century. For example, until the late 1960s, there was a still-occupied traditional dwelling on the southeast corner of Indian Bend Road and Hayden Road. Currently, those Pima who live within Scottsdale reside in newer homes rather than traditional dwellings. Many Pima and Maricopa people continue to reside on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, which borders Scottsdale directly to the south and east.
In 1896, these settlers established the Scottsdale Public School system, and opened the first schoolhouse, which was followed by the opening of the first general store by J.L. Davis, which also housed the first post office for Scottsdale in 1897. In the early 1900s the community supported an artists and writers culture, culminating in the opening of the region’s first resort in 1909, the Ingleside Inn, located just south of the Arizona Canal and west of the Crosscut Canal (Indian School Road at about 64th Street) in what is today Scottsdale.<span style=”font-size: 13.3333px;”> </span>Also in 1909, Cavalliere’s Blacksmith Shop opened in downtown Scottsdale, and the original schoolhouse was replaced by the much more expansive Little Red Schoolhouse, which remains standing to this day. While not in its original building, Cavalliere’s has been in continuance operation since that time. (Source)

Scottsdale Neighborhood

Check out Scottsdale Neighborhood

The first Cactus Corridor properties were built in the 40’s and included horse stables, rings, and equestrian trails.  Development in the corridor continues today. With the real estate boom in the 80’s and 90’s, developers began buying up the horse properties and transitioning them to higher density housing. Residents of the corridor, hoping to preserve the rural charm and equestrian flair, successfully worked with the City of Scottsdale to amend zoning.  The new zoning ensures that future developments keep up the tradition of low density housing and maintains the equestrian experience for residents.   Today, there are multi-use trails where you’ll find walkers, bikers, horses and an occasional camel or two; many homes have been completely updated and restored.
Schools
Cactus Corridor residents are part of the Scottsdale Unified School District.

Additional amenities nearby:

  • The Scottsdale Airport is located at the north end of Cactus Corridor.
  • 15 minutes to Old Town Scottsdale, Fashion Square, City Hall
  • 20 minutes to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
  • 10 minutes or less to the 101
  • 10 minutes for less to Kierland Commons and Scottsdale Quarter, popular Scottsdale shopping and dining destination
  • A host of public and private golf and country clubs

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Dan Zufall

Producing Branch Manager  //  NMLS #452556

Dan Zufall is a top 1%, 2021, 2020 & 2019 Five Star Mortgage Professional, 8 time Super Mortgage Professional and the leader of the Intelligent Mortgage Planning Team, servicing clients throughout the Nation. For the past 22 years, Dan and his team have been providing award winning service along with sound financial education for their clients looking to buy, sell, or invest in real estate. Dan is licensed to serve his clients’ financing needs in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, and Wisconsin.

On a personal level, Dan is a devout family man, and he enjoys spending quality time with his wonderful wife (college sweet-heart), as well as watching his teenage son play a variety of sports. Dan is an obsessed golfer himself, but his son is a heck of a lefty pitcher, quarterback, and basketball player so golf will have to wait! Dan and his family moved to Scottsdale, Arizona in 2014 to expand the business, but they are blessed to be able to spend their summers on the Lake in Minnesota where he and his wife grew up.

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