One of the first things you want to do before looking for a house is get pre-qualified by a mortgage lender.
A 9,100-square-foot Ahwatukee home that might appeal to both Harry Potter and NBA fans sold recently for $2.15 million, making it by far the most expensive home sold in the community in months.
The luxury home market in Ahwatukee got another shot in the arm for the second consecutive month as a nearly 6,000-square-foot home in Canyon Reserve closed for $1.47 million.
Millennials as a whole may have put off home buying longer than those who came before them, but market trends show that the largest generation in history is beginning to warm to the idea of home ownership and that the East Valley is a prime destination for young buyers.
Since the market crash, many prospective first-time home buyers have been fighting an uphill battle on their path to homeownership.
Kyrene Schools’ governing board is studying the possible sale or other profitable use of two large tracts of land that include the Tempe site of the district headquarters and a much larger tract in Ahwatukee along the I-10 corridor.
The fourth home to sell for more than $1 million on E. Kachina Drive in the last two months has seven bedrooms, nine baths and boasts “an elegant and timeless design by Mark Fredstrom.”
Tempe Union officials are selling a 63-acre plot of land in Ahwatukee that could lead to the construction of as many as 178 new homes not far from the South Mountain Freeway and make the school district co-developers of the project.
Two of Ahwatukee’s three ZIP codes are among Arizona’s priciest for houses, according to a survey by a major real estate research website.
A company recently spent $1.8 million on a 2.78-acre plot of vacant land at Desert Foothills Parkway and Marketplace Way, Ahwatukee, for construction of a self-storage warehouse.
The Federal Reserve’s recent increase in the key interest rate – and its promise to raise the rate twice more this year – is bad news for aspiring homeowners counting their pennies.
With the Great Recession now finally in the rearview mirror, many homeowners – and their bank accounts – are suddenly a bit more flush. And that’s good news if their homes are sorely in need of more than a fresh coat of paint.
Most homeowners want their place to look amazing, but let’s face it: Not all of us have the time or skills to pull off Pinterest-worthy decor without a little help – or a lot.
Ahwatukee Realtor Bonny Holland last week received one of the first Best Real Estate Agent awards given to Southeast Valley Realtors who sold the most units in their community in 2016.
Most of us need to do some type of estate planning, but it’s especially important if you are part of a “blended” family. And the best time to start is now – before these plans need to be implemented.
From cost savings to healthier living, the benefits of owning an environmentally friendly home have spurred consumer demand for green features that continues to rise year after year – and many homebuilders are taking notice.
With the Valley’s housing market stable, affordable interest rates and a high demand for rental homes, now is a good time to buy and hold investment real estate.
If you feel like you’ve been managing your debt just fine, making the minimum payment on your credit cards on time every month, Realtor.com suggests you might want to change your ways before applying for a home loan.
Americans are snapping up millions of new security cameras and smoke detectors connected to their Wi-Fi networks. But insurers apparently aren’t yet persuaded the devices will make homes any safer.
Not long ago, I had dinner with a group of friends from college. One of the big topics of conversation was Medicare, for which we’ll all be eligible in the next several years.
The nation ended 2016 in better economic shape than in recent years. Unemployment is down to 4.6 percent, its lowest level since August 2007; consumer confidence is higher than it has been since July 2007; and home values nationally and in more than half of the major markets in the country h…
If you are “in escrow,” you are probably no more than 30 days from closing on your new home. Here is a simple guide on what to do—and what not to do—during this period.
Ahwatukee residents who like to rent out their homes to visitors and don't want local officials to stop them are among those who will benefit from new laws that took effect Sunday. .
Not only did the election of Donald Trump rock the U.S. political establishment, it has had a major influence on interest rates as well—resulting in the economy’s single biggest post-election shift, according to Realtor.com.
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