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2018 may be a great year to buy an investment property and enjoy both rising prices and rents.
The most important factor in selling your home for its maximum potential sales price is pricing it correctly to begin with, when it first goes on the market. This is a statistical fact. The most showings for your home will occur in the first 2-3 weeks of your listing (also a statistical fact).
December Phoenix Market Update. November 2017 saw a significant, encouraging single month 3.9% jump in average sold price for Metro Phoenix homes, to $308,500.
Here’s a snapshot of Phoenix real estate, showing the relationship between list price and days to contract for detached homes sold in the last six months.
What are the most important things to look for when buying a new home? What would your perfect home look like, where would it be? Seems like a simple question, but you would be surprised by the number of people who start looking without organizing their...
October 2017 saw a nice full 1.0% bump in average sales price, to $297,839. That’s 4.7% higher than one year ago. By spring we should be back well above the $300K mark, but we project flat pricing throughout the rest of the year. Phoenix real estate market.
Flexible buyers and sellers wondering how to best time their moves should take note of historical supply and demand trends during a year. In the last measurable 24 months in Metro Phoenix, March has seen both more homes go under contract and more new...
Year after year, in nearly all locations and price and size ranges, Metro Phoenix homes sell on average for at least 97% of list price. In 2017 that figure has been closer to 99%.