Phoenix West Valley Real Estate Market Report for June 2019

Friday, July 5th, 2019

Hows the Market? Here is your West Valley Market Report for June 2019. Last month had some beautiful cooler temps and that certainly helped several west valley cities with home sales. Tolleson leading the West Valley with a whopping 31.6% increase in closed sales over last year, El Mirage had a 26.8% increase, Surprise 8.6% increase, Buckeye 8.5%, Phoenix 4.8%, Avondale is up 0.8% & Maricopa County […]

Phoenix area West Valley Market Report by City May 2019

Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

Hows the Market? Here is your West Valley Market Report for May 2019. As temperatures start to rise so did median home values. All West Valley cities reported increases for the month of May, Goodyear had the largest increase at 17.05% over May 2018, Tolleson was next at 14.08 increase and Peoria at 8.81%. Low […]

Phoenix West Valley Real Estate Market Report by City March 2019

Monday, April 8th, 2019

How’s the Market? Heres your West Valley Market update for March 2019. Are we shifting into a Buyers market? Well in looking at this number March produced I would certainly say the ship could be shifting coordinates and steering towards a Buyers market in the upcoming months. Definitely something to keep our eye on as […]

Pool Safety ISR Swimming Lessons

Monday, March 25th, 2019

When we buy a new home, there is so much excitement that comes along with it – decorating ideas, new furniture, and more space for a growing family. On the other side of that excitement, we often think of potential hazards that can happen – we have inspections done to make sure everything in the […]

Staging verse Decorating

Sunday, March 17th, 2019

What’s the difference between Home Staging versus Decorating? This is a question I get over and over especially when a home already has lovely decor. Would this be a home that should still be staged for selling? Why do you even need to stage a home for sale, don’t buyers appreciate that “lived in homey-look?” […]

How we can Help you Make More Money Selling your Home

Thursday, February 28th, 2019

Over the last several years we have seen the bar raised in Buyers expectations. My theory is that during the real estate crash, many homes were purchased by investors that rehabbed the property and “flipped” the homes. These completely remodeled homes came on the market in a direct competition with owner occupied properties. When you […]

RV Gates and RV Parking at my Dream Home

Wednesday, February 20th, 2019

The home of my dreams has an rv gate. Surely I can park my rv there right?!?!? This is the number ONE question I get from out of state buyers that have an RV. “Well. if I can’t park my RV why do they advertise an RV gate”. Great question! Unfortunately more often then not, […]

Phoenix West Valley Real Estate Market Report by City- January 2019

Saturday, February 16th, 2019

How’s the Market? Heres your West Valley Market update for January 2019. It’s a great time to be a homeowner as median home prices continue to increase in all West Valley cities, starting 2019 off strong. El Mirage had the largest increase over Jan 2018 with 14.24% increase, Buckeye 13.60% increase, Goodyear up 11.18%, Phoenix […]

West Valley Real Estate Market Report for the Phoenix Area December 2018

Saturday, January 5th, 2019

How’s the Market? Heres your West Valley Market update for December 2018. Happy New Year everyone!! Hope you had safe, healthy and happy holidays! As the year came to an end, I thought I would do this month’s update a little differently with a short snap shot of each West Valley city and how each […]

Phoenix West Valley Real Estate Market Report by City- November 2018

Saturday, December 8th, 2018

How’s the Market? Here is the November 2018, West Valley Market Report. Hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving! I am thankful to you all that median home prices held strong last month, as all West Valley cities reported an increase, or held strong with year to date home median prices reported last month. Inventory levels remain critically low, which as decreased closed transactions. Litchfield […]