Monthly Archives: April 2014

Despite Slowdown, Fannie Mae Expects Economic Growth

A weaker-than-expected first quarter has researchers at Fannie Mae amending their forecast for growth in 2014, but they still project acceleration as the year progresses. In its Economic and Housing Outlook for April, Fannie Mae’s Economic and Strategic Research Group notes economic activity slowed in Q1 even more than was forecast, partly due to a sharp decline in […]

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Huge Price Reduction for Golf Course Lot in Tonto Verde

Wonderful half acre golf course lot on cul de sac street flanked by million dollar homes is now reduced $64,000 to $135,000…..one of the lowest priced lots of this size on the golf course in Tonto Verde!!  Owner wants a quick sale….please call 602-739-0095 for more information.

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Pause in Valley Housing Market

The Phoenix area housing market posted it’s worst February in four years and home prices may stay flat throughout 2014, according to Arizona State University’s latest housing report last week.  Despite the fact that substantially more homes were on the market than a year earlier, prices slipped by 1% from January and demand dropped by […]

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Scottsdale Among Safest Cities in U.S., According to Real Estate Site

According to Sgt. Mark Clark, Scottsdale PD Information Officer, Scottsdale is rated the 6th safest city in the US by the online real estate listing site, Movoto.com. The company looked at the 100 most populous American cities and formed rankings on per capita statistics relating to property crime, violent crime, and the chance of being […]

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Consumers Offer Mixed Opinions on Housing Market’s Future

Housing optimism for the year ahead diminished somewhat in March, though signs largely point to a positive spring season. Fannie Mae released Monday its most recent National Housing Survey, revealing a slight softening in the housing recovery as monthly indicators remain volatile. According to results from the March survey, fewer than half of consumers polled expect home […]

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