The shift in the Phoenix Real Estate Market has left some real estate agents with a major identity crisis – without all the evil banks and struggling homeowners, where do we focus our attention?
The History of Phoenix Real Estate (since 2005).
It’s been quite a wild ride since I got my real estate license…let’s catch up, shall we?
Kristin LaVanway Kristin@HereInPhoenix.com I am soooo behind on posting videos, I decided to make one super-sized three-for-one special featuring a recap of the 2012 Phoenix Real Estate Market (zzzzzz), and word or three on New Year’s Resolutions and a Very Special Home Tour.
Our Phoenix real estate market has been favoring the sellers over the buyers for quite some time. Buyers must be ready for quick decisive action to be competitive.
Yes! I have a new fancy camera! A Canon T3i to be exact and I love it, I still have a lot to learn, but here’s my first attempt at video with the new hardware. Hope it brings you a “clearer picture” of what’s happening in Phoenix real estate! July’s numbers are not all that […]
In a transitional market like we have in Phoenix right now, right now, one that is experiencing a 20% increase in prices in a 6-month period, appraisals can be the kiss of death.
Despite the fact that there are many online resources available that can provide an answer to that question – Zillow, bank websites, county tax records, and more – how accurate are those estimates?
The real estate market in Phoenix continues to return to a more “normal state” whatever that means. Prices are edging up especially in price ranges below $250K, and inventory has dropped below the 2 month mark. Yikes!
For those folks waiting for the bottom of the Phoenix Real Estate market – it has come and gone. Here’s a little wake-up call from San Tan Valley that demonstrates what we can expect home prices to do in 2012.
The housing market in some parts of Phoenix, such as 85006, that are still struggling but many areas, such as 85142, 85297 or 85226 are HOT market right now.