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Knowledge is power. In that spirit, the MyPhoenixMLS Phoenix Real Estate Blog covers everything that's Phoenix-area real estate, with the goal of helping buyers and sellers navigate the market.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
One of my clients is a great couple who are about to have twins and will be moving into a North Phoenix home. I recently gave some moving tips here but they asked me for some additional advice specifically about moving while expecting. I thought I would share these ideas with all of you in case t...
07/12/2010
The latest Realty Studies report from Arizona State University's W. P. Carey School of Business came out this week. As in my blog post on Tuesday, news is mixed. The local housing market returned to its historical pattern of good sales activity that usually lasts until August. For June 2010, ther...
07/12/2010
The Arizona Republic reported numbers today that show mixed signals regarding the Phoenix housing market. Part of the confusion is due to the large unknown regarding the impact of the federal homebuyer tax credit on sales as well as the loan-modification program on foreclosures. The Republic repo...
07/08/2010
Phoenix is hot! And this holiday weekend is no exception. Now I don't know about you but I love the Phoenix heat and do appreciate the dry climate. At the same time, I also appreciate being able to cool off - especially during a holiday weekend when family and friends tend to gather around outsid...
07/06/2010
I wrote on Monday about Fannie Mae's recent announcement that it would "lock out" borrowers from obtaining a new loan for seven years if they chose to "strategically" default on a mortgage they could have afforded. Then on Tuesday, Freddie Mac CEO Ed Haldeman said the company has seen the number ...
07/02/2010
Fannie Mae announced last week that it would "lock out" borrowers from obtaining a new loan for seven years if they choose to "strategically" default on a mortgage they could have afforded. This is a trend in the mortgage industry which has been working to prevent borrowers who can afford their m...
06/29/2010
I love Tempe. So I was especially happy when I read in the Arizona Republic that a Seattle company purchased the Gateway building in downtown Tempe. If you're not familiar, it is the eight-story building located at Mill Avenue and Third Street. It is the first acquisition that Vulcan Real Estate ...
06/28/2010
Whether you are heading to a second home to escape the summer heat or are looking to spruce up your home furnishings for a home sale, finding furniture for a decent price can be difficult. In order to reserve your cash for more important things, I have put together a few resources that might be h...
06/23/2010
Finally!  In cased you missed the article in today's Arizona Republic, arrests and prosecution of those committing mortgage fraud are on the rise. Since the beginning of March, there have been 51 Arizona indictments with 13 convictions. Meanwhile, a recent Businessweek article reported that a man...
06/22/2010
There has been a lot of data recently to support the notion that the real estate market is stabilizing. And last week, the amount of customers applying for mortgages jumped 18 percent. Yet another sign that the market is becoming stable. These new numbers are from the Mortgage Bankers Association...
06/18/2010
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Knowledge is power. In that spirit, the MyPhoenixMLS Phoenix Real Estate Blog covers everything that's Phoenix-area real estate, with the goal of helping buyers and sellers navigate the market.