Have you ever considered selling your Scottsdale home with TV advertising? Recently I had the opportunity to showcase one of the homes I had listed for sale using TV advertising. It was a first for me, and my clients were thrilled. Even better, their home was sold quickly, even before the show aired! As you can see, the … [Read more...] about Selling Your Scottsdale Home with TV Advertising
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I love Tom Ruff's take on the current state of the Phoenix real estate market. Set aside the fact that August in Phoenix can be pretty miserable, weatherwise. Throw a "boring" real estate market on top of that and well...... "uninspiring but consistent" is pretty darn good. In a recent commentary in the ARMLS Stat monthly … [Read more...] about How’s the Phoenix real estate market?
Scottsdale single family home median sales prices ended on a high note in 2013. With only one month's worth of data for 2014, it's still too early to tell what will happen to home prices over the next several months as we move into our busiest home selling time of the year. At the same time, it's encouraging to see the steady … [Read more...] about Scottsdale Home Prices End 2013 on a High Note
Scottsdale home prices continue to increase. While monthly averages have fluctuated over the past year, ranging between $170 and $210 per square foot, the overall trend in definitely positive. Looking at the annual average, this more tempered measurement shows an average price of $165/SF one year ago, with a steady … [Read more...] about Scottsdale Annual Average Home Prices on the Verge of Breaking $200/SF
Have a house to sell that you’ll list for less than $500K? In today’s market, you have a property that’s in demand. Over the past two years, the Phoenix real estate market has changed dramatically! Back in August 2010, the Sellers’ Market consisted of homes priced $75,000 and under. Almost a year later, in June 2011, … [Read more...] about Phoenix is a Seller’s Market for Homes Priced under $500K
Treat the kids or grandkids, and help out the community. During the month of August, you can bring a non-perishable food item to McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, and you'll get two rides for the price of one on the train or carousel. Donations benefit the food bank at Vista del Camino which is in dire need of food … [Read more...] about Free Rides at McCormick-Stillman Train Park
I just discovered this fantastic new iPad and iPhone app, called Houzz, while attending Inman Agent Reboot in Phoenix last week. You can also access the 500,000+ photos of home design ideas, which are categorized by style and room. It’s a fabulous tool to stimulate some ideas when you are thinking about remodeling or even … [Read more...] about Remodeling? Looking for some fabulous home design ideas?
Here’s another example of how local real estate is. The news keeps reporting on the recovery of the Phoenix Metro real estate market, and it’s true, we have a very active market. However, from the charts below, you can see that, by city, there are some striking differences, particularly in Scottsdale. In the City of … [Read more...] about Scottsdale real estate appreciation lags behind rest of Phoenix Metro
From Michael Orr at the Cromford Report: The short supply of homes for sale in the Phoenix area is getting more severe. March 29 - The supply shortage is getting increasingly severe as new listings are now being added to ARMLS at the slowest seasonal rate since the current ARMLS database began in 2000. This new chart … [Read more...] about Severe shortage of homes for sale in Phoenix
Yes, I think the Scottsdale real estate market is insane. And not just Scottsdale, it’s Phoenix, Chandler, Mesa, Gilbert, and all the rest of the Valley of the Sun. I’ve been working like a maniac for the month of March, and have seen so much craziness. I feel for buyers who are totally challenged to find a home in our … [Read more...] about The Scottsdale Real Estate Market is Insane!