The percentage of bank foreclosures in Phoenix is lower than before the housing crisis. Time to close the book on this 12-year wild ride.
Affordable new construction single-family homes within the Valley are as plentiful as the Dodo bird. They no longer exist.
Here are the topics buzzing around the Phoenix real estate market this week
Residential real estate in the Valley is still firmly in sellers' control, but something interesting happening in the last 30 [...]
Here are details from this week in Phoenix real estate from...Wyoming.
My perspective on the residential real estate market this week.
This Cronkite News report details the severe affordable housing shortage in Phoenix.
A shortage of Phoenix housing inventory and low interest rates are prompting buyers to bid over asking price.
2018's high lumber costs are now in the rearview mirror, but Phoenix homebuilders still face challenges.
The prospect of a bumpy Brexit may keep downward pressure on rates for weeks or months to come.
Timing the best mortgage interest rates is knowledge and a little luck. Here's why the next few weeks could be important.
Mortgages, flood insurance and loan applications are being affected by the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.
Prospects for the Phoenix real estate market are positive for 2019, but these headwinds remain according to Dr. Yun.
Here are the cities where Phoenix workers are coming from. This LinkedIn study illuminates the most popular U.S. metros that send us our workforce.
Mesa, Gilbert and Chandler have been busy. See these Southeast Valley real estate statistics for the first half of 2018.