After a contract has been signed, a buyer has 10 days to complete any inspections they want on a home in the Phoenix real estate market, assuming the boilerplate hasn't been amended. Inevitably, a home inspector will find a number of items that may need some additional attention.
Ultimately it's up to a buyer, with the guidance of their agent, to decide what if any repairs should be requested or even whether to move forward with the purchase contract. For my buyers here in the Phoenix real … [Read More...]
There will be a bit of construction coming on site as I transition away from Diverse Solutions in favor of a listings solution to be determined.
Basic reality is that in this day and age, it shouldn't be too much to expect to get a response to a phone message or e-mail within a week or for a listings search to work 24 hours out of the day rather than 20 or 22.
More to come. … [Read More...]
Hiking and I have a rather checkered history. Which makes my presence in the hiking capital of the southwest a bit ironic.
When I was in the Boy Scouts, my parents placed me in a troop whose motto was "have pack, will travel." Though there were more hikes than I currently recall, two remain burned in memory: a trek through the cool pines of the Mazatzal Mountains north of Phoenix - I still can see the spring-fed water fountain on the trail - and a May excursion through the bowels of hell, … [Read More...]
It may or may not surprise you to know that there are 13,889 single-family homes for sale in the Phoenix real estate market. This actually is a rather low number in the grand scheme of Phoenix real estate history.
Over the past 30 days, more than 6,000 homes - 6,280 to be exact - have sold in the Phoenix real estate market. That, too, is a rather low number for this time of year.
Divide the 13,889 by the 6,280 and you learn that, if nothing else were to come to market, we currently have … [Read More...]