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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Exploring the Tiny House Movement

Exploring the Tiny House Movement

In 2013 the average size for a home in America was 2,662 square feet. That number grew from 2,379 sq. ft. in 2007 and 1,780 sq. ft. in 1978. This move up in the size of the average family home continues to increase despite the fact that the size of the family has been decreasing. >> Read More…


Will SoPho Light Rail Affect Your Health?

Will SoPho Light Rail Affect Your Health?

Ask yourself this question: “Am I healthy?” Whatever your answer, it probably has less to do with your genetics and medical care than your behaviors and lifestyle. The healthcare you receive from your doctor and nurse is important; but there is more to this story. The quality of your education and housing, your employment status, >> Read More…


A South Phoenix Response

A South Phoenix Response

In a recent Arizona Republic column, Robert Robb questioned the value of light rail as part of an effective transportation system for Phoenix. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, a modern and comprehensive transportation system, including buses, light rail, freeways, and streets, is crucial for the Valley’s economic future. Our regional freeway >> Read More…


Luxury Living in SM, Laveen

Luxury Living in SM, Laveen

Homebuyers in the Valley looking for luxury homes may not consider South Mountain Village or Laveen as a great option. If a buyer is not locked into being in a prestigious zip code or having a Scottsdale or Paradise Valley address; South Mountain and Laveen offer many other advantages to the luxury home buyer with >> Read More…


2015 – The Year to Invest in Real Estate

2015 – The Year to Invest in Real Estate

Investing in Real Estate has always been a proven way to build wealth in our country. In the past several years we experienced a sharp run up in value appreciation, and had to deal with a hard crash on the other side. The media focused for the past several years on the terrible state of >> Read More…


Real Estate Market Report for 2014

Real Estate Market Report for 2014

The real estate market in 2013 was one in which there was a shortage of homes available for sale in comparison to the demand and proved to be a seller’s market. Due to the high demand and low supply, we saw prices rise and the amount of days a home stayed on the market decrease. >> Read More…


Selling Your Home During the Holidays

Selling Your Home During the Holidays

I often have sellers requesting that we take their home off of the market during the holidays or others who want to wait until January 1st to list their home. I even overhear real estate agents suggesting that the holidays are a slow period to sell a home. I disagree and believe that the holiday >> Read More…


A Successful Real Estate Agent

A Successful Real Estate Agent

The life of a real estate agent is intriguing to many, especially now that it is reflected in several popular television shows that document “real life” agents doing their jobs. The topic of these shows range from profiling agents who work with first-time home buyers, to agents selling multi- million dollar properties to the rich >> Read More…


Valley Real Estate Report

Valley Real Estate Report

As we enter the last quarter of 2014, it is a good time to take a look at the Valley real estate market for 2014 in comparison to the last three years, and the important statistics that help us understand the market and predict the future. We will look at closed sales, the average sales >> Read More…


From Rust Belt City to a Living Phoenix

From Rust Belt City to a Living Phoenix

I started writing this article a few weeks ago on my flight back from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I had an opportunity to visit my little brother who lives just outside of Pittsburgh while on a business trip in Washington, D.C.. I only spent two days there but I made the most of it and can see >> Read More…


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