Category Archives: Sellers

The Local Real Estate Market – What is Fact and what is Fiction

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Days On Market/Days of Inventory

How does Days of Inventory and the amount of time a home has been on the market reflect in the selling price? CLICK HERE to see my latest Monthly Market Video    

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A Tale of Two Markets

A TALE OF TWO MARKETS CLICK HERE to see my latest Market Update for April/May 2018 The listing price point seemingly determines the variation of the supply of homes available for purchase in the Phoenix area and conversely, the demand from the buyers purchasing those homes.  Here is the data that I have compiled to show you […]

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July Monthly Market Report

Considering Selling your home yourself?  Five reasons why choosing the help of a REALTOR is a good idea.  For help by a Trusted Advisor call me at 602-739-0095

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Rates go Down, but Things are Looking Up

  Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac backed mortgages are hitting a 15-year high, according to the July 2017 Housing Finance at a Glance Monthly Chartbook recently released by Urban Institute. The share from 2007 to 2013 was approximately 40 percent, but Q1 2017 is reflecting an increase to 47.8 percent. This is one of the […]

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Strong Equity Gains are Giving Homeowners More Options

Residential homes in the United States have experienced strong equity gains in the last three years, and a recent survey indicates that they expect the equity gains to continue in 2016.  In a new survey conducted by loanDepot released Monday, 60 percent of respondents said their homes have gained equity in since 2013 as the housing […]

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Why new slow-it-down mortgage rules may be a good thing…

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Catherine Reagor, The Republic | azcentral.com 1:28 p.m. MST October 8, 2015 If you are looking for a house now, it’s likely going to take a little longer to get a mortgage to buy it. The expected delay is due to a new federal rule that’s supposed to give consumers more protection when they are making one of their […]

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TRID: Into the Great Unknown

Amid all the consternation about the looming TILA-RESPA Integrated Disclosure (TRID) Rule effective date of October 3, one analyst believes that the biggest unknown about TRID is just that—unknown. Until October 3, buyers will use the HUD-1 Settlement Statement containing a good faith estimate for closing the loan that has been in use for 40 years; […]

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Housing Experienced a Supply and Demand Conflict in May

The housing market experience experienced a “conflict” between supply and demand in May as increased home values resulted in sales, which subsequently increased supply – but at the same time, lack of affordability and economic uncertainty reduced demand, according to First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming. The market capacity for existing-home sales increased by 0.3 […]

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Pending Home Sales Rise to Highest Level in Nine Years

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently reported in their Pending Home Sales Index (PHSI) that, pending home sales increased in April for the fourth consecutive month and reached their highest peak in nine years. All four major regions saw growth in April, led by the Northeast and Midwest. “The steady gains in contract activity […]

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