An Arizona Republic article July 18 seemed almost giddy in anticipation of soon getting to a “balanced” market. The headline: Good News, homebuyers: Housing market shift is coming Of course, the metro-phoenix housing market is nowhere near “balanced” and the stats are more “hints” than “trends”, but there’s hope. A softening of the local housing … Continued
Buying a home is an exciting experience and should be lots of fun but it can be intimidating and overwhelming without the right guidance and information.
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This post is NOT about Rent verses Buy … it’s about Investment … and the factors that determine how good, or not good, the investment in your home really is. Face it, “home” is an asset that you own – or may buy – for which future value is a very important issue. Plus, taking … Continued
Both rental costs and sale prices in metro-Phoenix have increased shockingly over the last year. From September through February, the median rent increase percent was not as great as for sales prices, but with a super-tight for-sale inventory, the demand for rentals will likely drive that median even more strongly. The California migrants can afford … Continued
Price appreciation over last year was higher than in bubble years 2004 to 2006 … and it’s currently rapidly increasing. Is the metro-Phoenix housing market “real”? Are the trends sustainable? As a base point for the answer, the current metro-Phoenix Housing Market status is clearly illustrated here. Where is the current market compared to its … Continued
Covid-19 is nearly irrelevant – Buyers and Tenants need a place to live and homes availabe are scarce. They mask-up & keep shopping!
Housing market shifts and trends – barge-like normally – speedboat nimbleness lately. Where will it veer with raging return of covid-19?
A home Buyer being guided “from start to finish” by Openlistings in the purchase of an Openlistings property is like a chicken being guided to “finish” by a fox.
Owning a rental property can be a living nighmare or a truly great investment. What are the critical factors that create the difference?
Political speaches and comments commonly refer to the high level of “student debt” existing in the USA, its effects and possible solutions … So just how much of that debt is there?