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  • Free money still out there to buy a home in the Phoenix area

    If you're in the market to buy a home and need a little help with the down payment or closing costs, we have the answer to your prayers.
  • Phoenix housing market, already good for sellers, getting better for buyers

    Phoenix's housing market, which has favored sellers as of late, is beginning to shift centrally to benefit buyers.
  • Five things to stop doing to your Realtor

    Your Realtor is working for you to make your life and home selling or buying process easier, so show them a little love. Please?
  • Good news for self-employed Arizonans looking to buy a home

    And they thought they were forgotten: There's help coming very soon for the self-employed who want to buy a home in Arizona.
  • Luxury Paradise Valley, Ariz. estate on the auction block

    Even if you are not currently in the market for a mansion, one can’t help but absorb the specs for the luxury home on the auction block in Paradise Valley, Arizona, this weekend.
  • No change in Fed interest rate good news for Phoenix homebuyers

    The Federal Reserve’s recent decision to not raise interest rates is welcome news to those who may be sitting on the fence about buying a home.
  • New home numbers hit 10-year highs, but still remain slow

    September saw the highest numbers in newly-constructed single-family homes since October 2005, but analysts said new home builds are underperforming.
  • Booming rental income in Phoenix expected to slow

    What goes up, must eventually level off, so say those keeping a close watch on the rental market in Phoenix.
  • Expert: Phoenix not approaching another housing bubble

    Double trouble for another housing bubble? Not so, say industry watchers, at least not in the Phoenix area.
  • Pulte named top Phoenix-area homebuilder for fourth straight year

    The Pulte Group has pulled out another win as the top homebuilder in the Phoenix area. Based on recorded housing starts in the Valley, the company took the No. 1 spot for a fourth consecutive year in the Phoenix Business Journal’s annual homebuilders list, which began in 2011. Pulte, which is currently developing several new […]
  • Census shows Phoenix-area continues to draw new residents

    More and more people are calling Phoenix home. Maricopa County, led by Phoenix as the county seat and Arizona capital, is among the top counties in the country seeing an influx of new residents. According to recently released data from the U.S. Census and the Internal Revenue Service, Maricopa County — with 77,046 new tax […]
  • Buzz building around new luxury Scottsdale live-work community

    A new Scottsdale complex is offering some structure to the work-life balance of home-based entrepreneurs. SoHo Scottsdale, an innovative new live-work townhome, loft and retail community, is preparing to open its Sales Center in north Scottsdale in the coming weeks, according to Real Estate Daily News. The complex offers luxury three- and four-story townhomes ranging […]
  • Survey: Scottsdale, Peoria rank among best cities for retirement

    Scottsdale and Peoria both rank in the top 10 for best cities where to retire, according to a survey on WalletHub.
  • Phoenix boomerang buyers revisiting home ownership after housing crisis

    Boomerang buyers are swinging back into the housing market. A study from the National Association of Realtors shows many of those buyers who lost their homes during the housing crisis have restored their credit and are ready to become homeowners again. Phoenix, one of a number of cities hit hard by the market meltdown several […]
  • Phoenix home builds bring relief to tight housing market

    It’s taking some time, but new home sales appear to be making a comeback in Phoenix, with single-family housing taking a strong jump.
  • After decades of dormancy, new homes rising in Sun City

    The sun has not yet set on Sun City development. Residents in the popular Phoenix-area retirement community of Sun City are making room for new neighbors as construction gets under way on long-vacant land. It’s the first new development in Sun City in 40 years, according to yourwestvalley.com. It’s also being called the final new […]
  • Former Mountain Shadows resort to be homes, hotel, businesses

    Paradise Valley’s once-shuttered Mountain Shadows resort is getting a major makeover. Construction is under way to redevelop the area left blighted by boarded-up buildings for a decade after the Marriott-owned property closed its doors in 2004. In addition to the construction of a new boutique hotel that aims to capitalize on the natural aesthetics of […]
  • Phoenix market lagging as home prices begin to rise

    It’s true, home prices are on the rise in Phoenix. But it’s a slow rise and one that’s keeping Phoenix behind the national average in the recovering housing market and trailing other markets in the West. Year-over-year, Phoenix saw a 3.8 percent gain in home prices from May 2014 to May of 2015, according to […]
  • Phoenix condo market takes aim at Gen Y with midtown sites

    Condominium living is on the rise in midtown Phoenix and developers are trying to attract Gen Y buyers to midtown.
  • Rent war: Downtown Phoenix outpacing Scottsdale in rent prices

    Phoenix is giving Scottsdale a run for its money in the rent price department. With recent rent jumps in central and downtown Phoenix, a new report suggested asking rates in those areas are now the most expensive in the Valley. Colliers International said the asking rental rate in downtown and central Phoenix was $1,256 per […]