So, what is going on in the Ahwatukee real estate market? Is the bubble going to burst?
With the federal moratorium on evictions no longer in force, Phoenix has spent just over half of its $51.1 million in federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program funds, the city reported last week.
Full-time minimum wage workers can’t afford a two-bedroom apartment in any state, according to a recent report from affordable housing advocates, and with housing costs skyrocketing in Arizona, many workers are struggling.
A major Valley real estate tracker is reporting its data show 13 of 17 cities in the Phoenix Metro area – including Phoenix itself – “moving in favor of buyers.”
The November real estate sales snapshot for Ahwatukee indicates that the average sale price rose to $454,864 – up 20.1 percent over the same period in 2019, when the average home value was $378,725.
The steadily high demand for homes is sending desperate buyers in search of new houses instead of resales – but they shouldn’t expect developers will take any offer that comes along.
After a strong showing in the first half of 2020, the July Ahwatukee real estate market continued to expand with the number of units increasing and the average price of closed properties rising.
With so many of us working and doing schoolwork at home full-time due to COVID-19 social distancing guidelines, we may notice something we never have before – the frequency of drones flying over our property.
It’s a stark good news, bad news story. The good: The lowest mortgage rates in recorded history are motivating many would-be home buyers and refinancing homeowners to seek out a loan. The bad: Amid the economic upheaval caused by the novel coronavirus, it’s become significantly more difficul…
While experts say it’s still too early to tell how the pandemic and resulting economic meltdown are affecting the housing market’s long-term prospects, no one seems to be advising buyers that better days are ahead.
The Ahwatukee market remained strong in April despite the reports of a downward trend in the national real estate market due to the impact of the Corona Virus.
Herb is in the market for a new home and his Realtor found the perfect one. It’s priced right on the money, it’s move-in ready, and there’s even an American flag in the front yard, but there is one big problem.
The lingering scarcity of Valley homes for sale continues to bedevil homebuyers, keeping home values where they’ve been before the pandemic-fueled economic meltdown, experts say.
When Nicholas Dahl, 36, called Chase Bank to find out about his options for mortgage forbearance, an automated voice informed him the wait time would be 43 hours and 45 minutes.
As a self-described “Ahwatukee boy,” Realtor Scott Graff wanted to find his first house as a married man that he and his then fiancée could turn into a 21st century version of what developer Randall Presley would have envisioned when he founded the community.
After a record-breaking summer of monsoon rains, subsidence (sinking land) and swelling clay soil, the Ahwatukee area has taken a beating.
I just recently closed a transaction in Ahwatukee, and it was stressful and uncertain at times, and it took longer than expected to consummate – but was worth the wait.
It is a pattern that Phoenix homeowners know all too well. Beginning in July, the Arizona monsoon season begins with an increase in thunderstorms and heavy rainfall typically lasting until mid-September.
A four-bedroom Ahwatukee house just over 4,000 square feet sold recently for $1.35 million, continuing an uptick in high-end luxury home sales in the community.
Dave Whitlach and Steve Glover crossed paths a number of times in life but didn’t know it until they ended up working together.
The SouthEast Valley Regional Association of Realtors has left its longtime headquarters in Mesa to take up in a new building with a conference center in south Chandler.
Rents across the metropolitan area have increased over the past year, but nowhere in the region are they higher overall than in Gilbert, a new report shows.
A six-bedroom, six-bath house described as offering “exquisite Tuscan living with mountain views” is the latest to make the seven-figure sales list in Ahwatukee.
Ahwatukee recorded another seven-figure home sale recently as its luxury-home market appears to keep chugging along after a slow start this year.
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.”
Class of 2020
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