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How can I get a copy of a permit pulled on a home in Phoenix AZ

Today we needed to find a permit that was pulled on a remodel done in 2008 for a Phoenix home that we have listed. It  will be closing escrow in a few weeks and the buyers requested a copy of the permit (as they should).  The owners have relocated to another state and don’t have more »

Sales per Month in Metro Phoenix Through June 2014

Sales per Month in Metro Phoenix Through June 2014 Sales per Month has always been a significant indicator in the Real Estate market for professionals across the board.  This is mainly because this indicator is the grail of information concerning home ownership – what would/will my house sell for in the current market.  Sales per Month more »

Months of Supply through June 2014 for Metro Phoenix

Months of Supply through June 2014 for Metro Phoenix When Real Estate professionals talk about Months of Supply, this usually is in reference to the number of months available to the market without new inventory.  This is typically not a concern regarding running out of homes to sell – however, it is a useful indicator more »

Average Cumulative Days on the Market in Metro Phoenix 2014

Average Cumulative Days on the Market in Metro Phoenix 2014 Average Cumulative Days on the Market is a key indicator regarding the movement of the Real Estate market at any particular time.  It allows professionals in the Real Estate business to determine when the market is hot and when it is slower – as, in more »

Monthly Average Sales Price for Metro Phoenix through June 2014

Monthly Average Sales Price for Metro Phoenix through June 2014 The Monthly Average Sales Price per Square Foot is one of the foremost respected Real Estate indicators with regard to determining not only the ongoing and ever-increasing prices of homes in the Valley of the Sun, but also helps Real Estate professionals realize the conditions of more »

What Happens if We Can’t Close Escrow on Time in Arizona

A client asked me what would happen if escrow did not close on time.  And that is a  very good question to ask.  Often times sellers have movers lined up as do the buyers and everyone is anxious to close on time. It can be a stressful time for all parties. Most of the time more »

Monthly Median Sales Price for Metro Phoenix June 2014

The Monthly Median Sales Price is another important tracking device that Real Estate professionals to be able to use to recognize the potential of the market – homes that they may be putting on the market, to be exact.  They say that the best offense is a good defense (or, is that the other way more »

Metro Phoenix Improves on Average Cumulative Days

Metro Phoenix Improves on Average Cumulative Days In the Real Estate market as a general rule, the longer it takes to sell a home, the more difficult it becomes to sell the home.  The Average Cumulative Days on Market is actually a closed list that allows us to see the time that a property spent in more »

Monthly Average Sales Price by Square Foot in Metro Phoenix 2010 to 2014

  The Monthly Average Sales Price per Square Foot is considered one of the most fundamental factors when discussing the Real Estate market. This indicator is key, as this is the average that dictates the pricing concepts for future homes that are coming on the market.  As an economy continually resets and the foundation continues to stabilize, more »

Sales Per Month Breakdown for Metro Phoenix 2012 to May 2014

When it comes to many of the factors that are taken into consideration regarding the Real Estate market in the Metro Phoenix areas, we are able to see the major improvements or areas that may require improvement – hence, there is a lot of information that we can take from breaking down the factors that are more »

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