Walter Unger, CCIM

CCIM, CCSS, CCLS, Senior Associate Broker
Kasten Long Commercial Group

Walter has 19 years’ experience in Commercial and Investment Real Estate and has sold hundreds of millions of dollars in commercial properties in greater Phoenix, Tucson and across Arizona. Walter is also a CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member) – a recognized expert in the commercial and investment real estate industry. He has a strong sense for “client service” and his market knowledge, both locally and throughout Arizona, is unmatched. In addition, many lenders have relied on Walter’s value estimates of all types of commercial real estate across Arizona. To-date, he has completed several hundred Broker Opinions of Value (BOVs). Walter was formerly a very successful business owner/manager in the US, Australia and Austria. He is fluent in multiple languages (German & English) and continues to demonstrate exceptional track record for closing escrows with minimal surprises. Experience the difference between Average and Expert! Walter prides himself on “out-servicing” his competition and his creative instincts often make the difference to getting a property sold at a great price. http://walter-unger.com/ View My Listings and Profile http://www.loopnet.com/profile/14101172900/Walter-Unger-CCIM/Listings/ Join My Mailing List http://visitor.r20.constantcontact.com/manage/optin?v=001l2E62PqC4Z3sggwR_1M9aUmjrzvHWmSVEfy9MrVW6ULRJR3XWD1R_98ZLV5AVRdcHcxwR32LZvKqcYEkVDBKEwAuD87hIYmDX8GpVxXVwjc%3D What is a CCIM http://www.ccim.com/about-ccim/what-ccim

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Commercial Land
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Hard Corner - 3.18 AC for Fast Food Restaurant C- Store Gas Station Hotel Motel on Hwy 260 S. Rim Parkway Payson AZ.
1801 S. Rim Club Parkway , Payson, Arizona 85541
$692,604
3.18 Acres
OREO SALE - Payson AZ - Hard Corner on Hwy 260. Adjacent to new ASU Campus Site – 3.18 AC of Vacant Land. 9 more AC available for Multi Family / Student Housing / Hotel / Motel / Shopping Center etc. Priced To Sell / Construction Has Begun, University Way Entrance Is Completed. Hard Corner Is Adjacent to New University Site in Payson AZ. Payson has long-awaited ASU or similar University opening a Payson campus. University Way was just completed as an entrance to the campus. Once an official announcement is released, land values should jump. Great Commercial Hard Corner adjacent and across the street of the planned site of ASU Campus. The main campus, adjacent to subject property will be on a 290-acre site on the south side of Highway 260, Additional educational facilities are planned on the approximately 90-acre site on the north side of Highway 260, adjacent to Gila Community College. The Rim Country Educational Alliance Board purchased a 253-acre Forest Service parcel on which it wants to build a 6,000-student university campus. Payson is a town in northern Gila County, Arizona, United States. Its location puts it almost exactly in the geographic center of Arizona. It has been called "The Heart of Arizona. At an elevation of 4,921 feet (1,500 m), the town has a total area of 19.5 square miles (50.4 km²). The Mogollon Rim lies to the north Hard Corner on Hwy 260, South. Rim Club Dr. and East Tyler Parkway
11/15/2018 4:21:57 PM   9/4/2019 11:06:23 PM
Commercial Land
For Sale
2,190 ACRES Of RANCH Land $460 AC Level Ground Fenced Ready For Cattle Ranch Elevation 4,638’ Average Temperature 62.0°F.
Agave Pl, Elfrida, Arizona 85610
$1,007,400
2,190 Acres
Tombstone Heritage Ranch, a subdivision of 60 (approximately 40 AC) parcels with a total of 2,190 AC is located on the westerly outskirts of the Town of Elfrida. Elfrida is located on U.S. Route 191 between the Interstate -10 and Douglas Arizona, 51 miles (82 km) south of the Interstate 10, 27 miles (43 km) northwest of Douglas and 6 miles (10 km) north of McNeal. Elfrida is a small-unincorporated community in the southeastern part of the State of Arizona in Cochise County. The elevation of Elfrida is 3,970 feet, the average temperature for the year in Elfrida is 62.0°F (16.7°C). The warmest month, on average, is July with an average temperature of 80.0°F (26.7°C). The coolest month on average is January, with an average temperature of 45.0°F (7.2°C). The average amount of precipitation for the year in Elfrida is 12.3" (312.4 mm). Because of the elevation, the great water table, close to the Douglas Water Basin and Willxox Water Basin, and the average temperature, Elfrida is surrounded by big farming communities. Great Water Sources for farming: The Douglas basin is part of a large northwest-trending intermontane valley, known as the Sulphur Spring Valley (where Elfrida is located), which lies in southeastern Arizona, and extends into northeastern Sonora, Mexico. Maturely dissected mountains rise abruptly from long alluvial slopes and culminate in peaks 3,000 to 4,000 feet above the valley floor, Bedrock in the mountain areas confines drainage on the east and west, and an arc of low hills to the north separates the basin from the Willcox basin of the Sulphur Spring Valley. Larger towns around Elfrida are Tombstone (the Town to tough to die), Benson, Bisbee, Douglas, Sierra Vista, and Willcox. Elfrida is located on U.S. Route 191 between the Interstate -10 and Douglas Arizona, 51 miles (82 km) south of the Interstate 10, 27 miles (43 km) northwest of Douglas and 6 miles (10 km) north of McNeal, a Farming Community
11/15/2018 4:20:52 PM   9/4/2019 11:05:58 PM
Commercial Land
For Sale
55 AC Ranch Farm Lot’s of Water and Electric Just Across from Apache Sky Casino.
2046 Highway 77 , Dudleyville Winkelman, Arizona 85192
Market
55 Acres
MAKE AN OFFER. The property could be used for Marijuana cultivation, no shortage of water, outside an active management area in the San Pedro river basin. There are 3 wells, 2 irrigation wells and an exempt well for the home, all wells are registered. The 2 irrigation wells can pump 350 gallons per minute and have electric upgrades, new pumps and control boxes. The smaller well can pump 20 gpm for the house. There are some extra large irrigation pumps, with three of them the motors and two pumps have never been used, a 200 gpm, a 250 gpm and 375 gpm. There is also a spare 460 vac well pump control box never used, making it like three new control boxes for those 460 vac irrigation wells. As per owner one could drill as many wells as they needed, one can obtain permits for new wells through the dept of water resources. Summed up, there is one spare control box and three new pumps and motors, owner paid like $11,000 for them two years ago when he sold water to the casino There is a new control panel, an upgraded power line, new power lines and poles which were installed two years ago with 460 vac new control boxes. Cross fencing for animal grassing, lots of sprinklers in the fields, 12 stall corals. Home has a new metal roof Dec 2013, 3 bd 2 bth with a den and a fire place in the living room. All new double pane windows, upgraded electric and plumbing 2017 and $11,000 dollars of spray foam insulation in the roof attic. There is also a mobile home set up on the south end of the property, including septic tank / electric / water. The property is located on Hwy 77 just across from the Apache Sky Casino, just south of Winkelman and 25 miles north of Oracle in Pinal County.
11/9/2018 10:02:25 PM   9/15/2019 5:33:17 PM
Commercial Land
For Lease
HARD CORNER for Fast Food C-Store - Gas station Corner of Hwy 79 1st Street Diversion Dam Rd.
700 N Pinal Parkway Ave, Florence, Arizona 85132
$72,000.00 NNN
.73 Acres
Great corner for Fast food Restaurant across Pinal County Superior court and Diversion Dam Road which is the access Road to the Arizona State Prison, Juvenile Prison, The property is located on the NWC of Pinal Pkwy. ( Hwy 79) and 1st Street, it has access from both streets. The City just installed a new a 3 way traffic signal in front of property on the intersection of Pinal Pkwy (Hwy 79) and Diversion Dam Rd, Diversion Dam Road is the access Road to the Arizona State Prison, Juvenile Prison, Pinal County Superior Court, Also on the same corner there is a McDonald, a large Shell garage with a see store and adjacent to it on Pinal Pkwy is a bank, the Sheriff Office, Central Arizona Detention Center and Florence Correction Center, The subject property is also in the vicinity of Taco Bell and Sonic Fast Food restaurants. The Town of Florence is a full-service municipality. The Town provides police, fire, library, senior center, parks, water, sewer, sanitation and many other services to the community. There are three public schools within Florence, which include K-8 schools, a high school along with the main campus of Central Arizona College. There are a number of major employers in Florence which include Pinal County, Town of Florence, Florence Unified School District, Safeway, and 9 correctional operations. These employers provide approximately 7,000 jobs. Florence is growing in population and in square miles. The property is located on the NWC of Pinal Pkwy. ( Hwy 79) and 1st Street, it has access from both streets. The City just installed a new a 3 way traffic signal on the intersection of Pinal Pkwy and Diversion Dam Rd, which is the intersection in front of the subject property. Diversion Dam Road is the access Road to the Arizona State Prison, Juvenile Prison, Pinal County Superior Court, Also on the same corner there is a McDonald, a large Shell garage with a see store and adjacent to it on Pinal Pkwy is a bank, the Sheriff Office, Central Arizona Detention Center and Florence Correction Center, The subject property is also in the vicinity of Taco Bell and Sonic Fast Food restaurants.
11/9/2018 9:58:18 PM   9/4/2019 11:06:16 PM
Commercial Land
For Sale
El Rancho Santa Rosa - 202.4 AC - 724 Lots
43054 W. Farrell Rd., Maricopa, Arizona 85138
$16,000,000
200.4 Acres
Maricopa, it is a city in the Gila River Valley in the State of Arizona. The City of Maricopa forms part of the Phoenix metropolitan area.Entitlements: Preliminary Plat approval and in Process of receiving Final Plat Approval. Site is near new schools, major shopping and medical. The unemployment rate in Maricopa, Arizona, is 5.30%, with job growth of 3.18%. Future job growth over the next ten years is predicted to be 41.06%. The median household income is $65,214. Maricopa was officially incorporated as a city on October 15, 2003, Between 2000 and 2010, the city's population grew from 1,040 residents to 49,000, an increase of 4100%. A part of the city is within the boundaries of the Ak-Chin Indian Community. The small, federally recognized tribe has developed Harrah's Ak-Chin Casino and related resort, a multi-entertainment cinema complex, and operates a golf course; all are open to the public and draw attendees from Maricopa as well as the greater Phoenix area. Site is very close to Copper Sky Recreation Complex, 98 acres, offering endless opportunities for fitness, fun and leisure. The park includes: A five-acre fishing lake stocked with bass, rainbow trout, catfish, bluegill and white Amur, A special event amphitheater surrounded by 9 acres of lawn, Two interactive playgrounds, Six shaded Ramada with BBQ grills and picnic tables, plus one 5000 sq. ft. group Ramada, A dog park with separate areas for active and timid dogs, Eight multi-purpose sports fields (four are lighted fields), Three lighted softball fields, One full-size lighted baseball field, Two enclosed batting cages with pitching mounds, Two lighted tennis courts, A lighted skate plaza, Two lighted basketball courts, Two lighted sand volleyball courts, Two regulation horseshoe pits. One mile east of N. John Wayne Pkwy. on Farrell Rd. Maricopa, it is a city in the Gila River Valley in the State of Arizona. The City of Maricopa forms part of the Phoenix metropolitan area.
11/9/2018 9:57:56 PM   9/4/2019 11:06:09 PM
Commercial Land
For Sale
Saguaro Grande 160 AC of High Desert Pristine Development Land
8 miles East of Florence, AZ, Florence Kelvin Highway , Florence, Arizona 85132
$2,200,000
160 Acres
Saguaro Grande is in an area of some of the most pristine high desert in Arizona with views of the Superstition Mountains Wilderness Area that are unsurpassed. This property is in the geographic center of a proposed 19,800 acre Pinal County Park, there is only 320 acres of deeded land. This park would ensure the lasting preservation of this area and the scarcity of developable land. There are numerous large subdivisions in the Florence Area. Projected population of these subdivisions at buildout is: Now, San Tan Valley, just to the NW of Florence has a population of over 100,000 and is even not incorporated yet. Superstition Vistas, a planned development North of Florence, is projected to have over 900,000 residents. Numerous large economic development projects are currently underway or planned for the near future for this area that will bring thousands of jobs. There are three public schools within Florence, which include K-8 schools, a high school along with the main campus of Central Arizona College. There are a number of major employers in Florence which include Pinal County, Town of Florence, Florence Unified School District, and 9 correctional operations. These employers provide approximately 7,000 jobs. Florence is growing in population, in square miles and surrounded by many new residential subdivision and future developments. 8 miles East of Florence, AZ, less than ½ mile north of the paved, Florence / Kelvin Highway
11/9/2018 9:57:45 PM   9/4/2019 11:06:03 PM
Commercial Land
For Sale
40 AC Within the 5,500 acres of the former Chrysler proving grounds Surprise Arizona.
NNE Corner of Dove Valley Rd and 178thy. Ave., Surprise , Arizona 85387
$2,500,000
40 Acres
When unveiled during the housing boom of the mid-2000s, Grand Vista was touted as the largest master-planned community in the Northwest Valley. About 33,000 homes would roll out over the 5,500 acres of the former DaimlerChrysler proving grounds near Wittmann, several miles north of Loop 303 on Grand Avenue. Six years later, the old proving grounds are still undisturbed desert. And the acres appear destined to stay that way for at least another half decade despite the landowner’s recent effort to scale back the project. A smaller, more flexible project may help the lender attract a buyer or developer, an expert said. In January, the project’s lender, New York-based iStar Financial, began working with Surprise to downsize the proposed development. Under the revised plan, one of the two golf courses would be eliminated, neighborhood parks would be added and the community would have a “central core” design instead of sprawl. The number of single-family homes would be reduced by 350 units and multifamily homes would be decreased by 175 units. Surprise spokeswoman Diane Arthur said that iStar has not submitted any formal plans for approval and that city planners have not heard from the company since early April. “We’re trying to bring down the upfront infrastructure costs,” said Wendy Riddell, a Scottsdale lawyer who represented iStar before the Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission on April 4. “We think this will be well embraced by the community since it signals a reduction in intensity,” Riddell told the commissioners. Executives with iStar would not comment in detail about Grand Vista plans. Those changes could make the property more attractive to developers, said Gregg Wolin, founder of the real-estate investment company Crescent Bay Holdings. He added that many lenders who foreclosed on land during the recession years are still holding their property since values remain somewhat low. But prices slowly are rising again, and Grand Vista could prove to be a test case for other stalled master-planned projects if the land sells or a developer partners with iStar. “Because iStar is not an owner by choice, I suspect they will want to figure out a way to exit,” Wolin said. “Everybody is keeping an eye on it. We’re all watching to see what happens.” Back in planning The original 2005 land deal that paved the way for Grand Vista was one of the largest land sales ever recorded in Arizona. Toll Brothers homebuilders and its partners paid $312 million for it, or about $56,000 an acre. The price, even for those feverish years, was what one real-estate investor called “staggering.” In 2008, Surprise annexed the land, making it a permanent part of the city. Work was set to start in 2010 on the houses, five elementary schools, a high school, parks and commercial development. The Grand Vista deal also helped Surprise move toward its eventual goal of annexing about 300 square miles, reaching toward Wittmann, Circle City, Morristown and northward to the Yavapai County line, according to the city’s General Plan. At the time, some Wittmann residents were appalled at the idea of this city-size suburb sprouting next to their rural enclave. In response, developers Toll Brothers and Meritage Home slashed the housing units to 16,500 and increased the undeveloped open space to 756 acres from 193. During those boom years, it appeared the time was right to build homes on the fringes of the Valley’s westernmost suburbs. Grand Vista is an example of that era. Since houses were being sold so fast, builders began working on their own communities, a job usually left to development companies. “The homebuilders became the developers,” Wolin said. “They went into these ventures where they paid huge dollar prices upfront.” Today’s market is transformed. Land values have fallen sharply. While builders have begun erecting homes in existing neighborhoods, the pace of building new master-planned communities remains slow. The Maricopa County Assessor’s Office has appraised the total market value of the Grand Vista land at $17.6 million for the 2014 tax year. The property has been leased to a rancher since 2009 and has an agricultural designation, said David Beau Boisvert, chief appraiser for the county assessor. IStar likely is seeking changes to “entitlements,” which stipulate what can be built on the site, to make it more attractive to potential buyers or developers, Wolin said. Those potential buyers or developers are not likely to show up anytime soon in the still-recovering economy, he added. “The capital required to do these kind of projects is gigantic,” Wolin said. “The infrastructure issues (of installing water, sewer and roads) are so vast and massive.” Wittmann waits Wittmann residents, who initially bristled at Surprise’s encroachment on their tiny community, seem less emotional about Grand Vista now. After years of recession, some residents said it would be good to have new homeowners, whose taxes could help pay for improved services, such as schools. “We’re rural out here, and we kind of like that lifestyle,” said Sue Dolphin, a Wittmann resident and member of the Nadaburg Unified School District board. Even if it gives the community an economic jolt, Dolphin said, she is disheartened by the number of people Grand Vista would bring. “We worried about transportation and gridlock on Grand Avenue,” she said. “Nobody is really for it (Grand Vista), but for the economy and the school district, it would be great.” Justin Smith, a Wittmann business owner, said he looked forward to welcoming new Grand Vista homeowners. “The only thing that’s there is the security guard for the Chrysler proving grounds,” he said. “It’s been five years since anyone was out there testing wells or anything. I’d like to see it.” Timeline for Grand Vista development 2005: Toll Brothers homebuilders and partners buy the 5,500-acre DaimlerChrysler proving grounds near Wittmann for $312 million. 2007: Wittmann residents protest design plans calling for 33,000 homes near the rural community. The development partners slash the number of homes to 16,500. 2008: Surprise annexes the Grand Vista property, opening the way for the developers to begin work. Construction is set to begin in 2010. 2010: Developers default on their loan. The property reverts to iStar Financial. 2013: Landowner iStar begins process to seek minor changes on initial development plans, possibly to prepare the land for sale or seek a new developer. Within the DaimlerChrysler proving grounds / Surprise Arizona. / now called Grand Vista.
11/9/2018 9:57:41 PM   9/4/2019 11:06:01 PM
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