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Phoenix Area Housing Prices Up

       Researchers at Arizona State University say that the rising interest rates don’t appear to be affecting the Phoenix-area housing market, which is making a comeback. A report from the university’s W. P. Carey School of Business shows … Continue reading

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Home Equity in 2013

Housing Equity 2013 (On December 20, 2013, in Economist Commentaries, courtesy of Ken Fears, Manager, Regional Economics and Housing Finance Policy )  With the end of 2013 closing in, it is time to take stock of the impact from the … Continue reading

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5 Reasons to Close on Your New Home before the End of Year

(Courtesy of Deanna Lawley) If you are debating on whether you should make an offer on a new home before the New Year, now is the time to stop deliberating and submit your bid. Between 2013 tax benefits, and avoiding … Continue reading

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Top 5 questions to ask your Realtor when Selling your Home

Finally, the news about the housing market in terms of both the number of homes sold and selling prices has been encouraging. As a result, many homeowners who have delayed putting their home on the market over the last four … Continue reading

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Open House coming Up?

  An inviting open house can put your home on buyers’ short lists. Four weeks before the open house Ask your parents to babysit the kids the weekend of the open house. Then book a reservation for your pet with … Continue reading

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Scottsdale and Gilbert, Arizona on Top 5 Safest Cities List

Scottsdale and Gilbert rank among the top five safest cities in America according to a recent survey by Law Street Media. Law Street Media, a web site focused on legal and public policy issues, compiled data from the FBI’s Uniform … Continue reading

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Arizona Real Estate Statistics for November 2013

Tracking metro Phoenix’s housing market is a fun hobby for many homeowners again. Here’s a rundown of new numbers from the Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service’s latest STAT report for October, plus a forecast for November. 6,041: Number of home … Continue reading

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Arizona NE Valley High Schools and College Grads

High schools and their college grads Many of the high schools that produce the most college graduates are in the Northeast Valley, according to data from the state Board of Regents. Here are the top high schools, the number of … Continue reading

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Scottsdale Dog Days Exhibit

@ Wilde Meyer Gallery 4142 N. Marshall Way Scottsdale, AZ 85251   “Dog Days the 20th” Time Every week Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from Thu., August 2 until Wed., September 5, 10:00am-5:30pm, Every week Thursday from Thu., August 2 … Continue reading

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Pricing Your Home to Sell in Scottsdale and Surrounding Areas

“I’m not going to just give it away. I want to sell my home for as much money as possible.” As full time Arizona Realtor®, we hear this phrase at times from potential home sellers.   Believe me, the buyer obtaining a mortgage … Continue reading

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