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
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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
What to do? You have a job offer in a distant city and need to get youself and your family moved there fast … You are really concerned about COVID-19 being spread throughout your home by “Lookers” … You really do not like the ongoing inconveniences of the typical listing-sale process. Is an iBuyer service the solution?
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.
Although the linked PDF is entitled “for Selling”, the tips apply just as well for preparing to Lease, or just making the home a more attractive, less cluttered and nicer place to live.
The most important factor to getting what you want is to know what you want. Home shoppers today definitely know what they want and few are accepting inferior alternatives.