5 things to know about Scottsdale home values

Scottdale homesBy Parker Leavitt | The Republic

It took more than two years for Scottsdale resident Karen Ippolito to sell her 8,400-square-foot mansion near Shea Boulevard and 114th Street. It recently sold for $2.5 million. Jason Roehner

The average American can expect to move about a dozen times over a lifetime, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, but Scottsdale resident Karen Ippolito passed that mark long ago.

Ippolito’s 8,400-square-foot mansion near Shea Boulevard and 114th Street just sold for $2.5 million, and the 57-year-old Wisconsin native is busy filling boxes with trinkets and bubble wrap. She’s preparing to move for the 22nd time.

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