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Phoenix Real Estate – Year in Review 2011

ShareTweet STAT 2011 Year in Review.This report focuses on the state of the Valley’s recovery over the last twelve months, placing the gains and losses over the year in perspective. Overall, the tale is positive SALES Sales rebounded in 2011 enthusiastically, topping out at 101,436, the second highest total sales of the decade. It was […]

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HomePath Buyers Guide on How to Purchase Foreclosures

ShareTweet Fannie Mae has introduced these resources to educate homebuyers and real estate professionals and reinforce their commitment to providing neighborhood stabilization across the nation. There are two new resources on HomePath.com– the HomePath Buyers Guide and podcast series. HomePath Buyers Guide The easy-to-understand guide was developed as a part of HomePath’s efforts to help […]

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The Appraisal is Key

ShareTweet The Phoenix real estate market has been a turbulent one to say the least. I remember in the height of the market buyers were writing offers without even seeing the home!  Once the offer was finally accepted by the seller (among all of those competing buyers) the buyer would look at it and determine […]

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So you want to buy a foreclosure

ShareTweet I’m sure you are aware the Phoenix metropolitan area is just loaded with foreclosures. Or so you have been told. Well whomever you are talking to is mostly right. There are plenty of properties on the market that have been through the trust deed auction process and are now owned by the lender. Many […]

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