Investors are buying up property throughout Phoenix at increased rates.
Phoenix ranked 10th in the Chief Executiveâs eighth annual Best and Worst States to work in list.
According to both national and local real estate figures, the housing market in Phoenix is drastically improving.
According to the latest report from the Fiserv Case-Shiller Indexes, homes in the Phoenix-metro area will decrease in value by 11.1 percent in 2012.
Phoenixâs agencies are getting involved in the housing situation.
The Department of Numbers is reporting that 15,396 single-family homes and condos were for sale as of April 30, 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona.
Contrary to the majority of metro-area housing markets, Phoenix is seeing positive momentum in leaps and bounds.
Whether you like to stroll through the park with your dog or unleash your children to run off excess energy, parks are a great community feature.
If youâve reached retirement but are not in the mood to just stay at home all day, consider moving to a neighborhood located near an active senior center.
Homeowners selling their property on the MLS listings in Phoenix have some good news â values are going up.