Category Archives: Market Analysis

Phoenix Metro House Prices Rising

The Case Shiller report for house prices was released yesterday. The index was up again in September. It has posted gains every month since September 2011. Phoenix metro is up 20.4% in the last 12 months. Making us by far the … Continue reading

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Buying Beats Renting

Phoenix, Arizona is 49% cheaper to live in if you own your own home versus renting according to a new study published by online property listing site Trulia. I’m not going to dig into all the methodology behind the published … Continue reading

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Phoenix Metro Area House Prices

If you live in Phoenix. You know one thing for sure, it’s a big place. Pretty spread out geographically. Phoenix Metro area is 16,573 square miles. Contrast that to New York Metropolitan area is 11,842 square miles and has a a population of … Continue reading

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I Want A Deal

This is the number one thing I hear from buyers. They tell me their wishlist of features in their new home. Pool or no pool, 3 bedrooms or 4, mountain views or waterfront. Then always the end of this list … Continue reading

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Real Estate Appraisals | What You Need To Know

A low appraisal can quickly cause headaches in a real estate deal. Especially where both buyer and seller feel the agreed upon price is fair and at market value. The Washington Post highlights this issue today. Growing numbers of mortgage … Continue reading

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Paradise Valley Real Estate | Market Snapshot

Homes For sale Active: 301 Under Contract with Contingencies: 41 Under Contract Pending: 59 Sold in Paradise Valley Last Month: 48 Year to Date: 114 Year To Date Solds Single Family Homes: 102 Average Price Per Square Foot: 247.86 Highest … Continue reading

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