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Renters are Looking Older these Days

Rental applicants tend to conjure up images of recent college grads looking to start their life in the real world. But Millennials are facing increased competition from people who have already spent decades in adulthood, and may have better credit and higher income. Since 2005, there has been an uptick in renters, with people in […]

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Are we in another “bubble” that might burst?

http://www.dsnews.com/articles/investors-inventory-shortgage-catalysts-to-housing-rebound-report-2013-04-18 Some homeowners & future buyers have been concerned that the low inventory of homes & the onslaught of investors purchasing properties in our market has created another bubble.   Protek Valuation Services Home Value Forcast say otherwise, stating that they believe these factors have CONTRIBUTED to our Real Estate recovery rather than creating an artificial […]

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Renters: Is it NOW time to BUY?

The combination of incredibly low mortgage rates, rising rental rates, and very low inventory levels, those who have previously been renting their homes realize now is a good time to purchase.  The problem many are finding, however, is that there is stiff competition for the lower price point homes and many are put in the […]

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Are you thinking of selling your home? NOW is the time.

We are presently in a SELLER’S Market in the Phoenix area with just over 13,000 homes for sale….less than a quarter of what was on the market in 2006.  Homes are selling much faster (especially those under $200,000) due to greater buyer demand and fewer homes from which to choose.  Multiple offers are not unusual, […]

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