There is a looming debate over real estate in Phoenix, AZ. Some believe there are thousands of homeowners that haven’t kept up with their mortgage payments in years, but banks have yet to move the homes into foreclosure. Other real estate experts are calling this in-between “shadow inventory Read More
Between 2007 and 2009, the Phoenix job market dropped from the top spot to No. 84. This dramatic decrease caused trouble in the housing market as well, as some residents were forced to sell or foreclose on their homes. Today, real estate in Phoenix is finally on its way back up, which may be partially due to Read More
The stabilizing housing market is showing positive signs in Phoenix. However, some experts are cautioning that these trends are just seasonal growth. Real estate in Phoenix, AZ, has increased in price and the June report indicated that costs seem to be returning back to normal.
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According to a report released by TurboTax, Phoenix and Mesa, Arizona, have some of the lowest property taxes in the country. Based off of information from the U.S. Census Bureau, Phoenix is rated fourth in the nation and Mesa is second. Real estate in Phoenix has recently posted the largest gains in the Read More
Housing markets across the nation are beginning to recover, and Phoenix is rated as the second best summer real estate market to invest in. As the prices of homes are climbing, experts say the rates will level off in the coming months.
The Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service and the Center for Real Read More
Real estate in Phoenix is stabilizing for the first time since the housing market bubble burst, partly because of the foreign investment in commercial real estate. For the first time, Phoenix was within the top 10 United States markets for foreign investment in the second quarter.
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In May 2012, the median home price in Phoenix was 30 percent higher than it was the previous year, making it one of the top cities experiencing a real estate recovery, according to numbers cited by The Associated Press. The median sales price rose for the seventh consecutive month on a year-over-year basis, Read More
In May 2012, the median home price in Phoenix was 30 percent higher than it was the previous year, making it one of the top cities experiencing a real estate recovery, according to numbers cited by The Associated Press.
In Glendale, a suburb just outside of Phoenix, coffee shops are more than a one-stop-shop for the caffeine-deprived - they have distinct characteristics. Homeowners looking for real estate in Phoenix and its surroundings can enjoy a kid-friendly cafe, kitschy bungalow coffeehouse or a made-to-order espresso Read More
Several years after the end of the Great Recession, cities that got hit the hardest are experiencing the biggest influx in jobs and homes. Real estate in Phoenix is increasing, as construction jobs in the city are currently rated highest in the nation, tied with Los Angeles. In June 2012, United States Read More
In city that doesn’t see too much rain, real estate in Phoenix is attractive to many outdoor enthusiasts reasons, and for golf fanatics there is even more appeal. Located just outside of the Phoenix city limits, the Valley is home to many golf courses with generous layouts and scenic landscape. The Read More