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Phoenix Real Estate Market Update August 2015

Phoenix Real Estate Market Update August 2015   MONTHLY SALES: This is a positive sign, we saw almost 17% more sales this year then we did last year. And don’t fret too much about the drop from last month. It’s typical for our sales to peak out in June and then keep going down each […]

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Phoenix Real Estate Market Update February 2015

Phoenix Real Estate Market Update February 2015 Monthly Sales Monthly sales for January 2015 went down a bit since last month and slightly from last year, landing at 4,784 units.   New Inventory New listings are coming on the market faster, so inventory for the Phoenix real estate market and surrounding areas have ticked up […]

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2 Signs Phoenix Real Estate Will Go Up in 2015

Phoenix Real Estate showing shoots of positive growth for 2015   2014 added up to be an underwhelming news story for Phoenix real estate, especially considering its torrid reputation during the foreclosure crisis and quicker recovery on the backs of investors. Phoenicians, investors and homeowners now have an outlook to look forward to in the […]

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Phoenix Real Estate Market Update September 2014

Phoenix Real Estate Market behaving, oddly quiet? Monthly Sales:   Monthly sales are down here about 5% since last month, and almost 9% since last year.   New Inventory: Oddly, we’re also experiencing new low inventory, down almost 17% from this time last year. In August 2014 we saw the lowest total new listings we’ve […]

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Phoenix Foreclosures Still High Despite Rebound?

Phoenix foreclosures still high according to national standards   Although the foreclosure crisis in Phoenix may seem a thing of the past, the foreclosure rate can’t be completely forgotten.   New statistics by Corelogic are highlighting an important fact: Phoenix is still one of the top areas in the country for foreclosures. In fact, Phoenix-metro […]

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Phoenix Real Estate Market Update June 2014

Monthly Sales The sale volume in May was almost 3% lower than it was in April. And year over year sales in may was down about 21%, which reversed the improvement we saw in April when sales were only down by 12.5%.   So to put it in perspective, we’ve had 32,087 sales through the […]

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Phoenix Real Estate Market Update | March 2014

Phoenix Real Estate Market   Monthly Sales –   Although we should be Marching along here, sorry bad pun, we are significantly lagging behind last years numbers. We only had about 6700 sales last month.   New Inventory –   To make matters worse, we have more inventory for Buyers now, too. Both stats are […]

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Arizona Real Estate Market Update January 2014

Monthly Sales   This isn’t a good sign, that we’re down this far. Nearly 20% month over month, and 17% from the same time last year. The month of January was the lowest monthly sales volume 11 out of the last 13 years, but tends to pick up in February, and then March is usually […]

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Phoenix Real Estate Market Update November 2013

First and foremost, thanks for taking the time to preview this months update. I’m sorry I missed providing it last month but we’ve been busy and unfortunately it got away from me.   But, I’ve taken some extra time to go through some statistics this month because things are starting to change and I want […]

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Arizona Real Estate Best Zip Codes for Appreciation

For those that plan to stay in their houses awhile, purchasing in an area that tends to hold it’s value better may be important. The average person stays in their home only 5-7 years, but regardless, it’s interesting to see the breakdowns of where in Phoenix-Metro has appreciated the most.   Disclaimer: This information was […]

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