$20,000 in Down Payment Assistance Program!

This home qualifies for the $20,000 in Down Payment Assistance Program.  Built in 2003 with 1918 square feet of living.  Three bedrooms, two baths plus a office.  Kitchen views breakfast area and family room. Open floor plan with lots of windows for natural light.  Arches thought the home.  Split double door master suite with walk-in closet. Master bath with dual sinks and separate tub and shower.  Extra large secondary bedrooms.  Sparkling pebble pool with waterfall and water fountain. NO … [Read more...]

Condo’s For Sale Between $100,000-$150,000 In Phoenix AZ

Search like a Realtor! This is a live feed from the MLS in the Phoenix area.  Please contact Michelle Quackenbush with RE/MAX Premier Properties at 602-999-2627 or remaxq@gmail.com to view the inside of the properties.   … [Read more...]

Remodeled 4 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 3 Garage Home in North Phoenix

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Homes In Phoenix Arizona are Selling

In the Phoenix Metro area in 2014, there was a total of 73,399 homes sold. Last year (2015) a total of 84,249 homes were sold. In January 2016 the closed homes for the month was 5131 up 347 from January 2015! We are on the mark for an increase in home sales for the 2016 year. If you are thinking of selling call/text us at 602-999-2627 or email remaxq@gmail.com. Michelle Quackenbush RE/MAX Premier Properties … [Read more...]

30 Foot Wall of Sliding Glass Doors!

This home is set up for entertaining! Gourmet Kitchen with staggered cabinets, split stone back splash, granite, stainless steel appliances and a super large walk-pantry views family room and back yard. Formal dining and living. Monster-sized master suite with private balcony with large sliding glass doors views mountains. Luxurious master bath with huge walk-in closet. Three large additional bedrooms all with private baths. Three car tandem garage, plantation shutters, plank tile floors, plus … [Read more...]

Phoenix Real Estate Market Stats For January 2016

Wondering about the Real Estate Market? For the month of January closed sales are up by 7.3% over last year with 5,131 sales with a inventory supply of 5.05 months.  When inventory is below a six months supply it becomes a sellers market.  Average list price is $360.60 a gain of 1.7% over last years average. Average sales price is $270,200 which is a 6% increase over last year.  The average days on the market is 80 days.  If you are thinking of buying, why are you … [Read more...]

Why You Shouldn’t Wait!

People who already have a home usually need the funds from the closing to secure their next purchase. If a “move-up” buyer wants to buy a home during a depressed market, that means they usually have one to sell themselves. Timing becomes very important and negotiations become more involved so neither party is forced into short-term housing or find themselves in rent-back situation because closing dates couldn’t match up. It’s important to work closely with your Realtor, your lender and be made … [Read more...]

Should You Try to “Time the Market”?

You might ask yourself – when is it appropriate to try and “time the market?” The short answer is never. One problem with attempting to time your purchase just right in tandem with economic patterns is that no one can really predict with any degree of accuracy – the future. Many reports get published, predictions are made and some of them can be very close to spot on but the reality is that no one can tell for certain what will happen or when. Another challenge is that interest rates are … [Read more...]

Economic Trends that Relate to Purchasing a Home

There are times when the economy is booming and everyone feels confident about their prospects for the future. As a result, people often times spend more money. People tend to go out to dinner more often, tip heavier, invest in wardrobe updates, maybe buy a new car and… more often than not, buy a new home. If the interest rates are friendly, this is especially true. Then, for many reasons, there are periods of time when companies lay off employees and consumers become much more frugal about … [Read more...]

Changing Jobs and the Effects it has on Buying a Home

For most people, changing employers will not impact the ability to qualify for a mortgage loan, especially if you are going to be earning more money. For some homebuyers, however, the effects of changing jobs can spell disaster when it comes to your loan application. Make sure you discuss in great detail with your lender and know ahead of time what implications any change in your employment that might occur during your home buying experience and what its impact could be. Always be armed with the … [Read more...]