With only 2.1% of the U.S. population, Arizona was responsible for 3.4% of the nation's single-family residential building permits issued in 2017.
Are we there yet? Phoenix median home values have once again reached the price peak first achieved in June 2006.
First-time home buyers in Phoenix face four principal headwinds. Watch this interview hosted by Catherine Reagor where we discuss challenges facing entry-level buyers.
Despite the beautiful Southwest climate that helps make visiting an open house a pleasure most of the year, there is [...]
The average sales price of single-family homes in Litchfield Park has taken a breather in the last 30 days.
Home sales in the distant communities in the Phoenix metro are finally looking up. 20% in many cases. These areas were hardest hit during the Great Recession.
Sellers rejoice. The Phoenix residential real estate market is firmly in your command. Here's how the trend affects home buyers.
Peak thermometer doesn't equate to peak real estate activity in the Valley. Statistically, the busiest time of year for residential [...]
Homebuyers across the nation feel as though they are trying to jump into a speeding car moving 60 mph down [...]
If there is a single graph that illustrates at a quick glance how the Arizona housing market has recovered from [...]
I noticed an uptick this morning in the graph above for the inventory of Tempe single-family homes for sale. There [...]
One of the most remarkable stories about residential real estate in the greater Phoenix metro in 2016 has been the [...]
The chart below depicts single family housing inventory in the east Valley of the Phoenix metro over the past 3 [...]
Glendale has solidly been a seller's market for single family homes in 2016. It remains strong, but there are signs [...]
Here is a brief look at the residential real estate market statistics for Tempe this month. This analysis is for [...]