Recently a client asked on average how much of a discount homebuyers can get who are paying all cash. Everything in real estate can vary widely by location, the type of home, and the price range, so to give the most well informed answer we have to focus on a narrow portion of the market.
SCULPTURE FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION JUNE 2 – SEPTEMBER 9, 2012 This summer, curators from the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art dug deep into the archives, and, from the museum’s permanent collection, they selected a range of modern and contemporary works that possess what English art critic Clive Bell described as the quality “shared by
Market Summary for the Beginning of July from The Cromford Report In last month’s summary we suggested that sales prices were in danger of getting ahead of themselves, and this proved to be a timely comment. In fact average and median prices recorded by ARMLS for for the month of June were far below those
Arizona has a reputation for being a great place for startups, but SEED SPOT is the first of its kind. SEED SPOT is an entrepreneurial incubator started by former Greater Phoenix Economic Council employees Chris Petroff and Courtney Klein Johnson, that helps early stage social entrepreneurs succeed and stay in Phoenix. Specifically, SEED SPOT supports entrepreneurs
Insightful piece and reality check on the status of Maricopa County’s bank owned foreclosure inventory from The Cromford Report: The level of disinformation that passes for news and commentary can still provide surprises. An article today by Reuters contains the following: “Some of the biggest jumps — such as the 10 percent year-over-year price gains in foreclosure-filled cities
Happy Independence Day in the good ole USA. There’s lot’s of activities happening for the celebration…Here’s a good list of what’s going on around the Phoenix area. Info courtesy of AZCentral.com Fourth of Zoo-Ly: 6-10 p.m. Enjoy a barbecue dinner on the zoo’s lakeside lawn, free carousel rides and access to Stingray Bay. Face painting, bounce
The Lost Leaf Bar and Gallery of Downtown Phoenix located in the Roosevelt Row Arts District is in the works for planning a beer garden and outdoor performance space…yeah! Phoenix is know for it’s great weather and ability for outdoor living (non 120 degree heat of course times of the year) and it’s great to
Here’s the latest data for Phoenix Housing brought to us by The Cromford Report. As forecast a month ago, average and median prices are easing up as we head into late June with the average $/SF for monthly sales across all areas and types at the same level ($101.25) as it was on May 29.