Phoenix

October 24, 2012 - 9:35 AM
After the housing bubble burst halted new developments and home sales, things are finally starting to look up in several hard-hit areas like Phoenix. Homes for sale in Phoenix are getting snatched up quickly from homebuyers eager to take advantage of prices that haven’t reached pre-recession levels and Read More

More homebuyers intrigued with Phoenix-area market

After the housing bubble burst halted new developments and home sales, things are finally starting to look up in several hard-hit areas like Phoenix.

October 23, 2012 - 3:27 PM
The housing market in Phoenix, Arizona, is proving to be a hotbed for commercial and residential real estate investment opportunities. Real estate in Phoenix can often be purchased at a very low price tag, due to the abundance of bank-owned properties in the area. According to The Arizona Republic, the Read More

Phoenix investors boost economy, but should lay low

The housing market in Phoenix, Arizona, is proving to be a hotbed for commercial and residential real estate investment opportunities.

October 19, 2012 - 2:10 PM
Many people looking for homes for sale in Phoenix may not consider the Valley a hot spot for eclectic cuisine and hip coffee shops, but downtown has recently gotten a new batch of trendy locales. Residents in Phoenix may have a knack for finding some of the most unique spots in town, but for those new to the Read More

Phoenix foodies have new havens

Many people looking for homes for sale in Phoenix may not consider the Valley a hot spot for eclectic cuisine and hip coffee shops, but downtown has recently gotten a new batch of trendy locales.

October 18, 2012 - 4:14 PM
The supply of real estate in Phoenix remains low, but some real estate experts are expecting a spike in movement during the fall. Over the summer, prices increased across the Valley, which was a reaction to the seasonal shift. The Phoenix market is very much a sellers paradise, but bank appraisals are Read More

Is it a buyer, seller or appraiser market?

The supply of real estate in Phoenix remains low, but some real estate experts are expecting a spike in movement during the fall.

October 15, 2012 - 3:59 PM
The trend of house flipping earned a bad reputation during the housing boom, but experts are saying that the practice is gaining ground again. According to The Washington Post, real estate in Phoenix is being flipped at the quickest rate in the country. During the first half of the year, an estimated 10,000 Read More

Property flipping is trending again in Phoenix

The trend of house flipping earned a bad reputation during the housing boom, but experts are saying that the practice is gaining ground again.

October 12, 2012 - 2:31 PM
A recent report found that Arizona posted a huge drop in the amount of dangerously delinquent home mortgages, which is considered to be one of the primary factors in creating shadow inventory, according to the Phoenix Business Journal. Real estate in Phoenix is finally showing consistent improvement. There Read More

Low mortgage delinquency, more jobs push Phoenix market forward

A recent report found that Arizona posted a huge drop in the amount of dangerously delinquent home mortgages, which is considered to be one of the primary factors in creating shadow inventory, according to the Phoenix Business Journal.

October 11, 2012 - 1:19 PM
A recent report by Veros Real Estate Solutions found that Phoenix is projected as the strongest market for appreciation. The real estate forecast is for the 12-month period ending September 1, 2013, and covered 918 counties, 305 metro areas and 12,985 ZIP codes. Real estate in Phoenix is currently forecasted Read More

Phoenix tops nation in appreciation

A recent report by Veros Real Estate Solutions found that Phoenix is projected as the strongest market for appreciation.

October 9, 2012 - 1:03 PM
Real estate in Phoenix is increasingly showing signs of activity as prices continue to increase simultaneously as more inventory becomes available. The city was experiencing high prices because of the lack of homes for sale for months, but the Phoenix-metro area finally saw notable rise. According to the Read More

Inventory high, foreclosures low in the Valley

Real estate in Phoenix is increasingly showing signs of activity as prices continue to increase simultaneously as more inventory becomes available.

October 5, 2012 - 9:41 AM
In the past year, Phoenix home prices have increased by 22 percent, and the state ranked No. 1 in the nation for price gains, according to the Phoenix Business Journal. A recent report released by CoreLogic found that single-family homes in Phoenix-Mesa-Glendale area rose 16.9 percent excluding distressed Read More

Phoenix market holds sustainability

In the past year, Phoenix home prices have increased by 22 percent, and the state ranked No. 1 in the nation for price gains, according to the Phoenix Business Journal.

October 1, 2012 - 3:14 PM
Phoenix homeowners are going to be voting on Proposition 117, a bill which some are supporting because it alleviates major fluctuations in property taxes. Owners of real estate in Phoenix recently saw an average of an $18 drop on their property-tax bills, according to The Arizona Republic. Proposition 117 Read More

Property taxes a hot topic in Phoenix

Phoenix homeowners are going to be voting on Proposition 117, a bill which some are supporting because it alleviates major fluctuations in property taxes.

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