Phoenix Real Estate Wiki

avatarthumbnail.jpgHave you ever wanted to find definitions for terms used here on the blog or in other discussions about the Phoenix real estate market, all in one place?

Introducing my Phoenix Real Estate Wiki … it’s admittedly a work in progress at the moment but will be a little better organized and fully fleshed out in the next week or two as my schedule allows.

It’s not a wiki in the classic sense as there’s not a pure opportunity for users to input their own data, but it’s also not without user input. If there’s a topic or specific term you don’t see covered on the list, send me a note courtesy of the contact form or via e-mail and if feasible, I’ll add it.

If nothing else, this should save the regular readers from having to read the same definition for absorption rate over and over and over ….

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About Jonathan

Jonathan Dalton is a 30-plus-year resident of the Valley and has been helping folks buy and sell homes since 2004. He can be reached at 602-502-9693 or info at allphoenixrealestate.com.

  • Matthew

    OMG OMG!! THINGS HAVE REALLY TURNED AROUND HERE IN TEMPE- SPECIFICALLY THE CONDOMINIUM MAKET! AS OF JUNE 6TH, 2008, AVG SELLING PRICE FOR CLOSED SALES, TOWNHOUSE/CONDO SALES EDGED UP TO $182,433 FROM APRIL 2008 OF AVG $169,222….

    WE ARE ON THE VERGE OF THE BEGINNING OF ANOTHER BOOM- IT WILL BE A WILD RIDE HERE AGAIN!

  • We’ll be back with “Not Necessarily the News” after these commercial messages.

    Ah, Matthew … thanks so much for the update. If you read the blog regularly you’d know I don’t track the condo market. But my guess is you’re a first time visitor who doesn’t realize that the Tempe residential market remained strong long after the rest of the Valley had cooled.

    That, of course, would involve research.