Real estate news in Atlanta
Nationally, the week of April 16-22 is likely to provide sellers with the most favorable conditions for a successful sale of any week of the year, although the exact timing varies widely by market.
As president, Swift will strategize growth for Lessen’s residential services while Krumwiede, as CSO, will lead scalable business plans and oversee expansion opportunities, as well as capital markets activities.
Arizona Realtors from all over the state are invited to learn, connect and strategize at the event, which is themed “stepping up” to help create a better business for all.
Phoenix REALTORS® named Andrea Crouch their 2022 REALTOR® of The Year. Crouch served as the president of the board of directors last year.
“We believe Ironwood at Happy Valley will be an asset to the local community for years to come,” said Hamilton Zanze Chief Investment Officer, David Nelson.
More Phoenix renters were evicted from their homes in 2022 than in any year in the past decade.
As rising mortgage rates cool the market, the share of U.S. homes worth at least $1 million has fallen from an all-time high last year.
People staying in their homes longer is contributing to the lack of inventory that continues to impact buyers.
Thirty-seven communities across the country made CoworkingCafe’s list of top coworking suburbs, including one in Arizona.
Homeowners in Phoenix have seen huge increases in home values over the past five years, leading to metro-wide gains in wealth.
The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price Index rose 5.8% year-over-year in December, compared to a 7.6% gain in November.
Phoenix real estate veteran Susan Nicolson was appointed commissioner of the Arizona Department of Real Estate.
With the spring housing market just around the corner, homebuyers are getting more for their money as their mortgage payments are stretching further than they have in recent months.
Rents continue to be an attractive option for potential homebuyers holding off until mortgage rates fall and for those not quite ready to buy.
The amount of money spent on new construction of multifamily housing has increased year-over-year in Phoenix, according to Dodge Construction Network.
Phoenix was rated No. 10 overall and cited for its access to theaters and fitness centers and apartment availability.