Nicely designed Tennis Village condos set just down Center Drive (off circle 1) towards Sunriver Resorts’ Main Lodge and Great Hall convention complex | Read More | Sale Data | Search Active For Sale
Many Sunriver visitors are likely already familiar with the nicely designed Tennis Village condos that set just down Center Drive (off circle 1) towards Sunriver Resorts’ Main Lodge and Great Hall convention complex. Although the popular Tennis Village condominiums are centrally located near the heart of Sunriver activity, the complex maintains a nicely treed, quite secluded feel. Another appealing attribute of the Tennis Village condo complex is its close proximity to Sage Springs Fitness Club & Spa. Although the Tennis Village condos were amongst the first constructed in Sunriver, the functional and comfortable units do not feel dated and have undergone updates and upgrades over time.
Tennis Village Historical Sale Data
2001-2005 | 2006-2009 | 2010-2013 | 14
Tennis Village Condos Currently For Sale
Helpful Security Tips To Keep In Mind While Selling Your Home In Sunriver
Blare the sirens-Burglars are usually in and out in less than five minutes, and they know police can’t respond to an alarm that quickly. Their bigger concern is witnesses to their crime. For that reason, an external siren is invaluable, whether as part of a monitored security system or a DIY alarm. Even if you don’t have an alarm, it’s not a bad idea to invest in fake security signs and post them near doors.
Use technology to make your home look occupied-In addition to lighting, smart-home technology has made it easier to make it appear like people are home, even when they’re not. Systems that remotely control lighting, music, and appliances such as a thermostat can help you achieve this. Though not considered smart-home tech, simple lamp timing devices available at hardware stores are also good for this purpose.
Know your neighbors-Many people don’t really know their neighbors; it’s more than just saying hi and being friendly. Invite them over to see your home before it goes on the market, and introduce them to the people they may see regularly stopping by during this time (especially your agent). Then they’ll know who is and isn’t supposed to be at your home and can better assess when there may be a threat while you’re gone.
Maintain your property-Especially in the wintertime, many people stay indoors and neglect issues such as peeling trim or an overgrown yard. But if the home looks unkempt, thieves may think it’s abandoned and, therefore, an easy target. Shoveling your walkways to clear them of snow and debris and removing holiday decorations and fallen tree branches in a timely manner will signal that the home is occupied.
Mark your valuables and record details-Use invisible-ink pens or engravers to mark identifying information (driver’s license or state ID numbers) on items. Log serial numbers and take photos of your belongings. Check to see if your police department participates in the Operation Identification program. They will have stickers for you to place on doors or windows warning would-be thieves that your items are marked. These steps may prevent them from pawning or selling stolen items and can help you reclaim recovered belongings.