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January 2023 Monthly Stats

The US housing market began the year in a state of rebalance, with many buyers and sellers remaining cautious while they wait to see where the market is headed. Nationally, pending sales rose 2.5% mon...

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2022 was a turbulent year for the US housing market, as inflation, soaring interest rates, and elevated sales prices combined to cause a slowdown nationwide. Affordability challenges continue to limit market activity, with pending home sales an...

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November – Monthly Indicators

Housing affordability continues to be a major roadblock for market participants, with mortgage rates more than double compared to this time last year. Buyers are delaying home purchases in hopes rates will drop, while many sellers are holding o...

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HOUSING REPORT Arizona – Nov. 2022

This report is made by RPR® with MLS data. RPR® is a wholly owned subsidiary of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
Metrics in this report were calculated using data from single family and condominium listings. The 'Listings' metric incl...

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October – Monthly Indicators

Existing home sales declined nationwide for the eighth consecutive month, falling 1.5% as of last measure, according to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), with sales down nearly 24% from the same period last year. Pending home sales ...

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5 Star Certification

When you work hard and love what you do, it shows ! Excited to share that I was given a certificate of excellence from Broker/Agent Advisor for my outstanding service !

Thanks to all my clients who helped my business get to where it is toda...

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How to Make Your Home More Marketable

Want to make sure your home sells quickly and at a great price? Here are a few things you can do to increase your chances:

De-clutter and de-personalize. Getting rid of personal items can help buyers better envision themselves in the home...

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Monthly Indicators

Rising inflation, soaring home prices, and increased mortgage interest rates have combined to cause a slowdown in the U.S. housing market. To help quell inflation, which reached 8.6% as of last measure in May, the Federal Reserve raised interes...

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