Today I was looking around the FlexMLS system that we use here in Phoenix and I found a rather interesting number to share this Friday. If you happen to have $19.5 billion dollars (yes that should be well hidden in the matress), you can buy the entire inventory of houses for sale in the ARMLS […]
The last time I posted on this topic, it was really in response to other agents talking about the recent robberies in the Southeast valley. This time, I’m going to direct my answer to the Seller, some of the reasoning and logic that I use in response to questions about the lock box.
Just some quick analysis for a quick read on Friday.
Sales are up and prices are low (maybe not for long).
June ARMLS residential sales were 9,350 beating the 9,284 in May 2009. June 2009 was the eighth best month this century (yes, all 9 years so far) for residential sales. The ARMLS median […]
Yesterday, a couple of local newspapers (Arizona Central, East Valley Tribune ) reported on thefts from people posing as Real Estate Agents. Shortly there after, local agents started blogging about the article. Some comment on the merits of the situation, the do’s and don’t of the situation. Others comment on what they do to prevent […]
I was doing some Market Analysis in the ARMLS (that’s the Phoenix Valley MLS in case you were wondering). Something very interesting caught my attention. I’ve copied the data from the first six months into this post so you can see the same data that I do.