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 […]

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 […]

Phoenix West Valley Real Estate Market Report November 2018

Saturday, November 10th, 2018

How’s the Market? Here is the October 2018, West Valley Market Report. Happy Fall!! Steady as she goes. Our Real Estate market continues to prove that month after month, we are definitely not in another housing BOOM. Buyers are not overriding or settling for just anything. The bar is raised and buyers want homes that look nice at frat market […]

Phoenix West Valley Market Report by City September 2018

Saturday, October 6th, 2018

How’s the Market? Here is the September 2018, West Valley Market Report. As we head into cooler temps October is seasonally  consider the beginning of peak season for real estate in AZ. As winter visitors return and folks dreading the snow and ice decide to relocate to our beautiful city. We will for sure be welcoming buyers back […]

Thinking of Selling? We Now Have Two Options! Introducing Offer NOW

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018

You’ve seen the ads on television, and maybe you’ve seen the billboards around town offering sellers a no hassle, no showing, close when you want option to sell your home. These firms have been around the last several years and have raised millions from investors to create their footprint in multiple states. We’ve competed successfully […]

Common Myths about Real Estate

Monday, August 13th, 2018

Over and over again, we hear the same questions, statements and hearsay, well I would like to set the record straight on a few Common Myths of Real Estate. Some of these were covered in our “How’s the Market” West Valley monthly market update, so just incase you missed it, here are the top 5 […]

Phoenix West Valley Real Estate Market Report by City June 2018

Friday, July 6th, 2018

How’s the Market? Here is the June 2018, West Valley Market Report. Unlike many other states, summers in AZ are typically a slower real estate market. Largely due to seasonal visitors looking for vacation homes, investment homes are not as abundant in the summer months. As temps heat up, sales tend to slow, unless of course your home has […]

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

Friday, June 8th, 2018

How’s the Market? Here is the May 2018, West Valley Market Report. Inventory levels in all West Valleys cities drop yet again, El Mirage sitting at only .087 months of inventory with only 47 home for sale. Other exceptions were Phoenix which only experienced a small increase, and Tolleson did see bit of a bump up. However all cities remain extremely low […]