If a 16,000-acre “backyard” doesn’t turn you on, how does a two-story library with a retractable roof sound?
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.
Have you ever observed the trash that gets discarded after Christmas? The giant discarded TV boxes, the remote-controlled car box and other boxes? This screams, “We have very expensive new items in the house.”
As inventory remains low and demand increases, home values have reached new heights across the nation, surpassing their previous peak from July 2006, according to Zillow’s September Real Estate Market Report.
You may have seen the information on social media, it was probably a post from a Realtor or a lender, about what 2017 is going to look like for the Phoenix real estate market.
A 5,456-square-foot house has become the fifth property on S. Presario Trail in Ahwatukee to sell for more than $1 million this year.
As we look ahead to 2017, some experts believe the housing industry will look very different than it did this year.
No matter how many fond memories you’ve accumulated in your home, there may come a time when you start wondering: Should I sell my place?
Recently, I represented a seller in Ahwatukee, who ended up selling their home to their tenant. This seems like it should be a smooth and easy transition. However, it created several nuisances in the transaction.
An eye-popping 8,100-square foot home set atop a five-tiered hill in Canyon Reserve is the latest home to sell in Ahwatukee for more than $1 million.
If you’re looking for new construction in the Ahwatukee Foothills, here’s a look at some exciting housing developments currently underway.
A lot of ink has been spilled over the woes of first-time home buyers struggling to save up for a down payment while paying off student loan debt, securing a mortgage in an age of sky-high credit scores, and then finding an abode they can afford at a time when the lack of properties on the m…
I am always grateful when I am asked to share Ahwatukee housing statistics and information for the AFN and the real estate section because it gives me the opportunity to share the good news and the challenges of the Ahwatukee market with the readers.
September home sales in Ahwatukee totaled 143—up 10.9 percent over September 2015 and just one home less than the number sold in August.
A developer whose communities of leased luxury homes are sprouting up around the East Valley is eyeing Ahwatukee for what is becoming the latest trend in housing for millennials and Baby Boomers alike.
August home sales in Ahwatukee fell from the previous month and the previous August as year-to-date sales for the first eight months of 2016 stayed slightly ahead of the same time period last year.
So, I had a short sale in Ahwatukee Customs. No one wanted it, its customer appeal narrowed by its unique Asian flare.
With mortgage rates lingering near historic lows and home prices retreating from their peak during summer, the busiest home buying time of the year, existing home sales should be skyrocketing.
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