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Knowledge is power. In that spirit, the MyPhoenixMLS Phoenix Real Estate Blog covers everything that's Phoenix-area real estate, with the goal of helping buyers and sellers navigate the market.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
The Arizona Republic reported this weekend that Air Canada was launching a non-stop flight between Phoenix and Montreal. The full article can be found here. The new direct flights are a result of over three years of discussions between the two cities. In fact, the two city mayors - Phoenix Mayor ...
11/09/2010
Arizona State University came out yesterday with their ASU-Repeat Sales Index (ASU-RSI) results. Just a reminder that the ASU-RSI measures annual changes in average Phoenix-area home prices. I've blogged about the study on a monthly basis and you may remember that before August, the last negative...
11/06/2010
The Arizona Republic reported earlier this that week that a stalled Scottsdale luxury-condominium project was recently been sold to a New Jersey-based real-estate firm for $19.5 million. The project, called Ten Wine Lofts, was developed by Grace Communities and is an 82-unit, multifamily resident...
11/04/2010
Last Friday, the McGraww-Hill Construction company came out with a report stating that they expect construction starts in 2011 to advance 8 percent to $445.5 billion, with single-family and multifamily starts leading the way. This is great news for the real estate industry which looks at housing ...
11/02/2010
Phoenix homes are getting scary this weekend. The real estate market isn't getting scary - don't worry. But some haunted homes are scattered all around the Valley for families to enjoy. There will be ghosts and goblins, fog and smoke, and Arizona homes-turned-spooky . . . if you dare. So this Hal...
10/30/2010
Existing-home sales rose again in September, affirming that a sales recovery has begun, according to the National Association of REALTORS®.  Existing-home sales, which are completed transactions that include single-family, townhomes, condominiums, and co-ops, rose 10 percent to a seasonally adjus...
10/30/2010
Two weeks ago, I blogged about the foreclosure freeze. In that entry for Realtor.com, I noted that - as of the posting date - Wells Fargo had denied that any of their filings were inaccurate. This was somewhat difficult to believe and today Wells Fargo announced plans to correct and resubmit up t...
10/30/2010
I'm sure you all have heard of the tremendous problem the NorthEast - New York, in particular - has had with bedbugs. According to friends I have who live in Manhattan, the problem has been brewing for years. And now the island is infested with these small insects. Well, I was reading the New Yor...
10/27/2010
Last week, a colleague of mine forwarded to me a recent ranking conducted by Parents Magazine. It ranked cities by the best place to raise babies. Yes, babies. Why different than kids? Well, they measured services that are specific to babies such as child care, infant health, and activities that ...
10/27/2010
Residential building starts are on the rise with new home construction increasing to a five-month high last month. Housing starts, or the number of new homes being built, rose 0.3 percent in September to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 610,000. This may sound insignificant but considering th...
10/22/2010
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Knowledge is power. In that spirit, the MyPhoenixMLS Phoenix Real Estate Blog covers everything that's Phoenix-area real estate, with the goal of helping buyers and sellers navigate the market.