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The Limits of Trulia

Much as you shouldn’t be surprised of the result if you decide to wear a meat suit into the shark tank at Sea World, you also shouldn’t be surprised at the responses that come in when you ask a question on an open forum like Trulia Voices. For every agent out there who honestly wants to help and provide some guidance, there are a dozen others whose every answer drips with the scent of “for the love of God, hire me as your agent … please, please, please, please.” That link above is a perfect example. Agents still are adding […]

What We Know and What We Feel

Real estate, no matter how you look at things, tends to be more art than science. It’s easy to try and draw conclusions based on what we can see in the market, such as the fact there are 16,214 detached homes for sale in Maricopa County where early in the summer there were roughly 9,000. Rising inventory only can mean prices will fall. That’s what we’ve learned from the theory of supply and demand. Except it’s not really that simple. So many factors, both internal to the industry and external, influence the real estate market that it’s often impossible to […]

Phoenix Real Estate Market Report – October 2013

Here’s where things stand at the moment … Right now, there are 15,986 single family detached homes for sale in Maricopa County. That’s an increase of roughly 77 percent off of this year’s lows. That’s a huge jump and it doesn’t bode well for those looking to sell as there’s far more competition now than there was even three months ago. In October, there were 4,544 closed sales of detached homes as recorded in the Arizona Regional MLS (all data deemed reliable but not guaranteed, your mileage may vary, not available in all locations, check your local listings for details.) […]

State Marching Band Festivals and the Death of Arts Funding

There was a time, back when dinosaurs ruled the earth and yours truly was in high school, where the marching bands used to march several score strong. Naturally, there were exceptions; my mother and I still talk about the St. David marching band, all dozen and change of them, standing under a tree after their performance at the state marching band championships back in 1983. (And I still remember standing at the top of the stands at Mesa Community College, holding the hand of a Marcos de Niza clarinet player named Becky who I had met when we went to […]