November 6, 2009: A wrap-up of the week in Phoenix real estate, brought to you by a couple of lego people. … [Read more...] about Here In Phoenix Friday Morning News
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With less than 3 months inventory of homes in Queen Creek, homebuyers are scratching their heads trying to find a home to buy. So it is no wonder that the home builders who had locked up their sales centers for months have opened the doors once again to take advantage of the increased demand in the area. [youtube … [Read more...] about Queen Creek New Home Subdivisions Back in Business
Here in Phoenix, there are at least 12,200 families today who are watching their homes be sold by the bank. There are another 15,000 who are trying to sell their home before the bank forecloses on them, too. About 30,000 additional families are just waiting for the bank to knock on their door and tell them to move on. And … [Read more...] about Don’t Let a Little Foreclosure Ruin Your Day!!
Phoenix is well known for its beautiful weather. Here in the Valley of the Sun, we enjoy beautiful, sunny days all year long. Sure summer in Phoenix is hot, but how bad is it REALLY? Check out my video for five FAQs to take the fear out of surviving summer in the Valley of the Sun. [youtube … [Read more...] about Five FAQs About Phoenix Summers
Queen Creek real estate is HOT right now, with great deals to be had. But you need to be ready for a lot of competition as inventory levels have dwindled and homes are selling in a matter of days. It takes a little extra effort to land one of the great deals in Queen Creek, but it is worth it. If you are looking to maximize … [Read more...] about What’s Happening in Queen Creek?
Although home prices in Phoenix are continuing to decline, there is a ray of hope for communities in the East Valley. Home prices in Chandler, Mesa, and Tempe are showing signs of stabilization and prices in Gilbert and Queen Creek are actually starting to edge upwards. Compared to the downward trend in home prices experienced … [Read more...] about A Light at the End of the Tunnel for East Valley Real Estate