Last night, the flying saucer-esque University of Phoenix stadium in Glendale was brilliantly illuminated with waving red lights and a pair of logos letting those driving down Loop 101 know that tonight's Arizona Cardinals opener will be something special - Sunday Night Football is here.
As I write this, of course, the tailgates likely already are underway in the greenspace on the stadium's west side and, probably, more than a few photos will be taken in front of the statue of Pat Tillman on … [Read More...]
Last Saturday night marked the debut of Sun Devil Stadium 3.0 in progress. Renovations that started at the north and south end zones (and resulted in the eviction of bitter people like me to sections where the rows were on top of each other) extended to the west side of the stadium during the offseason. In fact, the entire lower section of the west end zone was ripped out - seats, concretes, everything - and rebuilt.
The results, quite simply, were stunning.
Let's start with something … [Read More...]
As mentioned briefly a week or so ago, we're undergoing some renovations here at All Phoenix Real Estate. And like most renovation projects, there may be some dust here that hides the functionality still here.
The Phoenix real estate and homes search is working as well as ever, though it's got a different look to it as I moved to a new provider for the first time in 11 years. Lesson: return phone calls from loyal customers if you want to keep their business.
All of our posts still are here … [Read More...]
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...]