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So, You Say ‘It Didn’t Appraise’?

Hello all ye fair Phoenix Real Estate Guy fans. I am not he. Don’t worry, though, Jay’s heart is doing much better and I hear he’s even occasionally encountering some green, leafy things on his plate now. We’re all happy he’s healing well and has seen the nutritional light. But, you know, he’s pretty busy [...]Show More Summary

It almost feels like 2005 all over again

If you’re going to make your debut on a widely-read website, what better way to do so than with a bold prediction … I boldly predict that inventory here in the Phoenix real estate market will not decline by more than another 7,900 homes over the next millennium. What’s striking is such a prediction, timeframe [...]Show More Summary

Phoenix Real Estate Guy Turns Seven!

Seven years ago today, the first post on Phoenix Real Estate Guy was crafted and published. OK, “crafted” is a real stretch. But it was published on May 8, 2005. That seems like a lifetime ago. Since that day some 2,000ish articles have been published here, some of far better quality than post #1, many [...]Show More Summary

Phoenix Real Estate Market is Booming: Multiple Offers within Days, Shortage of Houses for Buyers

From the Arizona Republic:"Home prices are surging in metro Phoenix, climbing 8 percent in March alone and 20 percent in the past 12 months. The median price of a house in the region climbed to $134,900, according to a new report from the W. Show More Summary

Really? Bidding for house starts at 1 cent

Real estate news and views from around the globe that make you go, “Really?” A Phoenix man plans to auction off a house he bought for $80,000 one cent at a time, with the maximum bid set at $5,000. Arizona real estate investor Todd Talbot said he paid $80,000 for the house in the Phoenix [...] Really? Bidding for house starts at 1 cent is a post from: Lansner on Real Estate

Phoenix Real Estate Market Update – April 2012

Jay’s Note: Here’s a nifty little video by Thompson’s Realty agent Kristin LaVanway with an update on the current Phoenix real estate market. Writing about market stats is difficult, and boring. Which is why you rarely find stats posts here. How does one make statistics interesting? Kristin does in this video. Hopefully there will be [...]Show More Summary

Once-Slammed Phoenix Sees Housing Turnaround

Few cities got hit harder by the bursting real estate bubble than Phoenix, notes the Wall Street Journal, which points out that prices plunged 55% as the foreclosure rate rose to No. 3 in the nation. Despite those bleak stats—or maybe because of them—the city is now enjoying...

Has the Real Estate Market Finally Bottomed Out?

Following this CD post from last Saturday "Has the Real Estate Market Finally Bottomed Out?" comes this WSJ article " Rise in Phoenix Housing Shows Path for Other Cities ": "As home prices continue to drop in most cities, a nascent real-estate rebound here holds lessons for the rest of the country. Show More Summary

Get an iPad 3! Phoenix Real Estate. Peyton Manning Cut! Phoenix Homes. Elections!!

Pay no attention to the silly article title. It’s purely a play on what is making news today. Yep, even the Phoenix real estate stuff, though it is buried under the earth-shattering and life-changing news about “the latest iPad” (apparently it’s real name) and Peyton Manning and a bunch of… people… trying to get elected. [...]Show More Summary

Ringleader Sentenced for Scam Involving Inflated Appraisals

Robert Alexander, 36, Phoenix, Arizona, was sentenced to 30 months in prison by U.S. District Court Judge James A. Teilborg. Alexander, a real estate agent, represented buyers who purchased multiple homes with loan applications containing false information and concealing from the lenders "kick backs" to the buyers.  

It’s On! RE Bar Camp Phoenix #4 April 26

Real Estate Bar Camp Phoenix is back for its fourth iteration! April 26, 2012 at Scottsdale Stadium. Details can be found on the new “REBCPHX” website – You can register there, or below. Online event registration for RE Bar Camp Phoenix #4 powered by Eventbrite Real Estate Bar Camp San Diego: Video Montage WordCamp [...]Show More Summary

Why your listing is on my website

I get emails like this all the time… Hello Phoenix Real Estate Guy. Can you tell me why you have my listing on your web site? The short answer is because YOU authorized it when you entered the listing. Apparently though, there are a number of real estate agents and even Designated Brokers that do not [...]Show More Summary

WordCamp Phoenix 2012: Top 10 WordPress Best Practices for Real Estate Websites

Yesterday I had the pleasure of speaking at WordCamp Phoenix 2012. If you have never been to a WordCamp, go. WordCamps are dedicated to sharing all sorts of information, tips and tricks for WordPress. This was my third iteration of WordCamp and all have offered a boatload of quality information. As promised, here is my [...]Show More Summary

Celebrity Real Estate: Sofa Coppola her husband, Phoenix frontman...

Sofa Coppola her husband, Phoenix frontman Thomas Mars, have just dropped $9.85M on a lovely townhouse in NYC's West Village. Amazingly, the property had been on the market for just 10 days before the couple swooped in; must have been...

Linkage: Kurt Warner Lists; Bees; One Kings Lane's Styling; More!

Photo via The Inspired Room · Kurt Warner trying to sell Paradise Valley mansion. [Phoenix Business Journal] · A mobile "brand space" for Audi. [Contemporist] · Miami man found in house with 60,000 bees. [AOL Real Estate] · The...

Thinking about using Genesis / AgentPress? Now is the time to buy!

Black Friday / Cyber Monday sale on the uber-cool Genesis, StudioPress, AgentPress, and Premise WordPress products. My affiliate proceeds to go to Clint Miller. Originally posted on Phoenix Real Estate Guy. If you are reading this anywhere but inside your RSS feed reader, the site you are on is guilty of stealing content.

Foreign Investors in U.S. Real Estate: Beware!

Since the beginning of 2011, nearly one out of every four purchasers of real estate in the Phoenix area has been a foreigner. Wealthy Chinese and Indian investors, among others, regularly visit...

Phoenix: Popularity of rentals continues to grow

"There are fears that a decrease in the number of traditional homebuyers will cause Phoenix rents to increase. I do not believe that this will be the case. Lower real estate prices and concern about the performance of other investments have made purchasing rental properties popular. Supply should be plentiful in the Phoenix area for the foreseeable future."

Look Ma! It’s an all new design for Phoenix Real Estate Guy

Welcome to the “new and improved” Phoenix Real Estate Guy! Long time readers know I go through theme changes on a pretty regular basis. Anyone remember this one? Yeah, I didn’t think so. That was circa 2005 / early 2006. Back when the University of Texas football team was the national champions. Show More Summary

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