Steps You Can Take To Prepare For Buying A Home In Scottsdale

Steps You Can Take To Prepare For Buying A Home In Scottsdale
Posted Tuesday September 8, 2020 in Mortgage, Real Estate

With national inventory down almost 30%, the Scottsdale housing market has become more competitive. That’s especially true when it comes to mid-priced, affordable houses. So how do you get ahead in a hot market? The key is preparation. The sooner you start preparing to buy a house, the easier it’ll be to beat the competition.…
Coronavirus Real Estate Myths

Coronavirus Real Estate Myths
Posted Tuesday August 25, 2020 in Real Estate

Some Americans may be under the impression that high unemployment rates and recession are prompting a gloomy housing picture. They’re wrong. Realtor.com® highlights a few common COVID-19-related myths that may need some debunking. It’s a bad time to sell a home. After all, homeowners may be skittish with unemployment so high and a pandemic raging…
Shopping Tips For New Construction Homes

Shopping Tips For New Construction Homes
Posted Tuesday August 4, 2020 in Real Estate

Owning a newly-built home can be a source of immense pride and enjoyment. Having the chance to build a house to your specifications provides a great opportunity to move into a home that you can enjoy for many years. As a potential buyer of a new home in Scottsdale, there are some important things to…
What Real Estate Experts Think About the Rest of 2020

What Real Estate Experts Think About the Rest of 2020
Posted Tuesday July 21, 2020 in Real Estate

One of the biggest questions on everyone’s minds these days is: What’s going to happen to the housing market in the second half of the year? Based on recent data on the economy, unemployment, real estate, and more, many economists are revising their forecasts for the remainder of 2020 – and the outlook is extremely encouraging.…
Reasons You Should Work With A Real Estate Agent

Reasons You Should Work With A Real Estate Agent
Posted Tuesday July 14, 2020 in Real Estate

Selling your Scottsdale home without an agent is often an appealing idea because you can forego the commission rates. The major downside, however, is you lose out on all the important qualities and experience an agent has when they do the work themselves. Here are four reasons why selecting a reputable, local real estate professional…
Mistakes To Avoid When Selling Your Scottsdale Home

Mistakes To Avoid When Selling Your Scottsdale Home
Posted Tuesday May 26, 2020 in Real Estate

It’s exciting to put a house on the market and to think about making new memories in new spaces, but we can have deep sentimental attachments to the homes we’re leaving behind, too. Growing emotions can help or hinder a sale, depending on how we manage them. Homeowners need to know what it takes to…
Likely (and Unlikely) Features in New Homes

Likely (and Unlikely) Features in New Homes
Posted Tuesday May 12, 2020 in Real Estate

Home builders make a lot of decisions about how to run their businesses every day. Among their most critical determinations is what features to include in the homes they build. Experience, region, trends, target audience, and many other factors play a role in a decision that directly affects their bottom line. In order to provide…
What To Spend Money On When Building A Home In Scottsdale

What To Spend Money On When Building A Home In Scottsdale
Posted Tuesday April 28, 2020 in Real Estate

Building a dream home in Scottsdale from the ground up is one of the most exciting things that you can do, but you need to be sure you're investing your money in the right places. With a little bit of planning and research, your new home will be the perfect blend of form and function.…
How Much Do You Need To Make To Live In The 15 Largest U.S. Cities?

How Much Do You Need To Make To Live In The 15 Largest U.S. Cities?
Posted Tuesday April 7, 2020 in Real Estate

Home values vary considerably across the country, and that means aspiring buyers will need more—or less—money depending on where they’re putting down roots. For example, the median home value in San Francisco is nearly $1.2 million, compared to $170,000 in Philadelphia. Researchers with SmartAsset, a personal finance website, sought to find out how much consumers…
Reasons To Use A Real Estate Agent To Sell Your Scottsdale Home

Reasons To Use A Real Estate Agent To Sell Your Scottsdale Home
Posted Monday February 24, 2020 in Real Estate

People often try to sell their home on their own (FSBO...For Sale By Owner). While this may certainly work for some, there are several things you should consider before you list your home yourself. Real estate agents perform many important services and often times deliver better results than a home seller could achieve on their…
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