Shoppers considering buying a new home in the Phoenix Metro Area better look soon. Home prices in the Valley will climb an average of 7 to 9 percent this year. Compared to last year’s rate of 2 percent, this is a significant change and should motivate buyers to purchase soon.
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Technology and manufacturing companies are venturing from the Silicon Valley into the Valley of the Sun, bringing with them jobs and promises of a stronger economy.
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After the recession, golf course homes took a hit. Some of the Valley’s golf courses looked a little rough. Now, with Phoenix, Mesa, and Scottsdale named the number one real estate market by realtor.com, home values are set to rise.
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Right now, our Phoenix, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley real estate market is a Buyer’s Market. For clients considering moving into a new home, there’s a new strategy at play; buy your new home first, then sell your old home. Why? In a buyer’s market, you have your pick of the houses for sale and can negotiate a better offer.
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With 2016 behind us, it’s time to think about fresh starts again. Whether that means a small career change or complete overhaul, finding a new or better job is surely on the top of many Americans’ New Year’s resolutions. New findings suggest Scottsdale, Arizona is the #1 best city for new jobs!
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In 2013 GoDaddy founder, Bob Parsons, known for his tech ventures, and ownership of the world’s largest Harley Davidson dealership, purchased the failing Golf Club Scottsdale near E Rio Verde Dr. and 112nd St.
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For those buyers 55 and older look no further than Villa Monterey in Scottsdale, Arizona!
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