The real estate market in Gilbert and Mesa typically see steady appreciation in home prices, with typical seasonal fluctuations. For example, Spring and early Summer tend to be more active, while winter months are often slower. 

In June, the median sale price in the Gilbert and Mesa area saw signs of stabilization. The median sold price in June 2022 was $549,000, while this June, it declined slightly to $539,900, representing a decrease of 1.6%. The average days on the market are showing an upward trend. In June 2022, the days on market were 19, and in June 2023, they increased to 34, representing an increase of 44%. With the guidance and insight of a professional agent, who understands the market and its volital status, you can make sure your…

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Ever wonder when the right time to buy home is: The answer is almost certainly - right now! Of course, you have to make sure you can afford it and can qualify. But I have mortgage lenders to help with that process. But before you do that, don't take my word for it. Here is some pass statistics to help you understand where we are and why now is a great time to buy.

-The last decline in homes or the bottom of the market, was March, 2012. At the time, there were 2.4MM home Nationwide in for sale.
-After the bottom, there was 8% appreciation in the value of the homes.

Current Situation:

-You want to buy right before the bottom - because timing of the bottom is near impossible. And if you buy on the way up, you have lost some gains.
-There are on 980K…

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"Don't cut corners when selecting, updating properties"

A motto I've always followed when investing/flipping houses.  As appreciation begins to slow and interest rates rise, making money from a fixer-upper becomes less of a guaranteed win. A key to success is doing homework about what's a good contender to be transformed and how to avoid the biggest mistakes. Here are three mistakes I cite.

1. Choosing the wrong right location: A property is worth as much as its location. You should look for desirable amenities like shopping, entertainment outlets and recreation-and watch out for "irritants", such as bust streets and other sources of noise. To put it simply, your best deals are those properties that are neglected and need a little TLC but are in a…

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Get Ready for Another Hot Year in Arizona Real Estate 

Despite enduring yet another unusual year, the Arizona real estate industry has remained strong. The Grand Canyon State continues to grow, no matter what challenges it faces. 
With high demand, limited inventory, and rapidly rising home sale prices, real estate agents across Arizona should gear up for another booming year.

2022 Arizona Real Estate Outlook: Hot

In October 2021, the average home in Arizona was priced at $396,235, a 31.5% increase year-over-year (YoY). There’s little sign of prices stalling, though, as Zillow predicts this figure will rise another 12.7% within the next year. While home prices rose, the number of homes for sale statewide decreased by 21.5%  year-over-year as of…

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  • The monthly cost to purchase the median home in the 50 largest metros was $1,988 in January 2021, compared to the median monthly rent of $1,727.
  • On average, buying the median priced home accounted for 32% of a metro’s median income in January, while renting accounted for 27%.
  • Buying a home was the same or more affordable than renting in 15 of the 50 largest metros analyzed in January, up from 13 markets a year ago.
  • Top areas where buying is more affordable than renting include 
    • Cleveland-Elyria, OH
    • Chicago-Naperville-Elgin, IL-IN-WI
    • Pittsburgh, PA
    • Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA
    • Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach, FL

Renters looking to change their living situation–especially those…

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As home prices rise by double-digit margins year over year, homeowners are increasingly viewing selling favorably. Consumers reported a significantly more positive view of home selling conditions month over month in January, jumping 16 percentage points on net, according to Fannie Mae’s Home Purchase Sentiment Index, based on a survey of 1,000 consumers.

Overall, the index’s monthly increase was driven largely by a substantial jump in the share of consumers reporting that it’s a good time to sell a home, with many citing favorable mortgage rates, high home prices, and low housing inventory as their primary rationale. Among owners and higher-income groups, however, the…

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You choose how you approach life.

By choosing to be proactive, you will significantly impact the life you will have. If you’re proactive, you focus on preparing. If you’re reactive, you end up focusing on repairing. Most of us have high hopes of accomplishing something important in life, perhaps creating some sort of legacy or establishing new and better ways of doing things

Unfortunately, most of us believe that we’re so busy handling day-to-day issues that there never seems to be time for anything else—let alone anything extraordinary. When it comes to getting things done, all day long you’re either in a Reactive mode or a Proactive mode.

The Reactive Mode

The Reactive mode is when you react to situations that occur and are…

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The housing market made an incredible recovery in 2020 and is now positioned for an even stronger year in 2021. Record-low mortgage interest rates are a driving factor in this continued momentum, with average rates hovering at historic all-time lows.

According to the latest Realtors Confidence Index Survey from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), buyer demand across the country is incredibly strong. That’s not the case, however, on the supply side. Seller traffic is simply not keeping up. Here’s a breakdown by state:

As the maps show, buyer traffic is high, but seller traffic is low. With so few homes for sale right now, record-low inventory is creating a mismatch between supply and demand.

NAR also just reported that the actual…

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The United States real estate market has been fairly turbulent over the last several months. This — of course — has been due in large part to the cross-market uncertainty wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic. Young families, retirees, and early career professionals have abandoned their NYC and LA apartments in favor of more land and lower purchase prices. This migration — which began before the crisis due to skyrocketing rent prices — has exploded as more Americans shift to remote work. Holds on evictions and stay at home orders across the country have also contributed to this change. They have highlighted the housing crisis in large cities — leaving many renters, landlords, and property investors in the lurch. Follow below to learn more about how COVID-19…

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The housing market recovery coming into the new year has been nothing short of remarkable. Many experts agree the turnaround from the nation’s economic pause is playing out extremely well for real estate, and the current market conditions are truly making this winter an ideal time to make a move. Here’s a dive into some of the biggest wins for homebuyers this season.

1. Mortgage Rates Are Historically Low

In 2020, mortgage rates hit all-time lows 16 times. Continued low rates have set buyers up for significant long-term gains. In fact, notes:

“Given this means homes could cost potentially tens of thousands less over the lifetime of the loan.”

Essentially, it’s less expensive to borrow money for a home loan today than it has…

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