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Because of high demand and a strained supply, the Arizona Real Estate prices in Phoenix are rising. The median price rose 5.1 percent. This may not sound noteworthy but when paired with near zero inflation, take note! Michael Orr is the director of ASU’s Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice states that boomerang buyers […]
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Data from the end of 2011 suggest that a housing-market recovery has begun in metro Phoenix. The upswing in the market will surprise many because it comes less than five months after the region’s existing-home prices fell to their lowest level since 1999. But even at last year’s low point in August, when the median […]
Existing-home sales rose again in September, affirming that a sales recovery has begun, the National Association of Realtors said Monday. Nationally, the number jumped 10 percent in September to a seasonally adjusted rate of 4.53 million. In the West, the number was 1.05 million, up 5 percent over August. Both numbers, however, remain well off […]
Home prices show first annual increase in three years Read more: Home prices show first annual increase in three years – Phoenix Business Journal New research from Arizona State University shows that Phoenix-area housing prices in April posted a year-over-year increase for the first time in three years. The Arizona State University-Repeat Sales Index measures […]
Scottsdale, November 13, 2009 “The Scottsdale real estate market is again soaring high, thanks to Pres. Obama, and his decision to extend the tax credit deadline on the home deals for the first time home buyers till April 30, 2010. The original deadline for the $8,000 tax credit break was November 30, 2009. The […]
First-time buyers will receive a tax credit of up to $8,000 for purchases made between January 1 – November 30, 2009. Unlike last year’s tax credit, this is a true credit and will not require any payback. NAR has published a chart comparing differences in the 2008 and 2009 tax credits. In addition to the […]