It's about that time when I like to tantalize all of you with some market statistics! How is the Phoenix real estate market so far in 2016? Well let's take a look... Supply is gradually increasing as it usually does this time of year, but demand has been a little sluggish in the price ranges below about $250-300K in most … [Read more...] about First Quarter 2016 – Review of the Phoenix Real Estate Market
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https://youtu.be/lfrwDv1DgqY This weekend, I submitted offers in two "bidding wars". OK. They were more like bidding skirmishes, as a bidding war these days usually garners 3-5 offers compared to the 25-40 offers we were seeing a few years ago. Multiple offer situations tend to scare buyers. But guess, what? My clients offers … [Read more...] about Bidding War? Bring It, Baby!
And now, for the traditional look-back at the year that was. How did the Phoenix real estate market fare in 2015? Not too shabby! In a nutshell, 2015 favored sellers over buyers in most areas, as has been the trend since 2011. The good news for buyers, however, is that sellers can no longer dial it in. There were far more … [Read more...] about Phoenix Real Estate Market – 2015 in Review
San Tan Valley is an unincorporated area suburban to Phoenix. It lies Southeast of Phoenix, in Pinal County. Now, it's not that incorporation hasn't been attempted, but this is the Wild West and some folks like it just that way it is. As of 2015, all attempts to incorporate the town have failed. Eventually, it's bound to … [Read more...] about San Tan Valley, Arizona – What You Need to Know
A cold hard look at the inventory of affordable homes in Metro Phoenix, priced in the sub-$200K range - the sweet spot for first time and re-entry buyers, is sobering. Folks, there is no sugar coating this factoid. These homes are going fast. There are only about 3300 single family homes in Metro Phoenix - 2,300 in Maricopa … [Read more...] about Affordable Homes in Phoenix — $200K or Less, Going Fast
Last month, over 271,000 jobs were added in the U.S. - the highest amount so far this year. The unemployment rate dipped to 5 percent, and wages rose at the fastest pace since 2009. In a report released last week by the Feds, all signs point to a healthy U.S. job market, almost fully healed from the deep wounds of the Great … [Read more...] about Rising Mortgage Rates And The Rumors They Inspire