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Watch below as I discuss what I anticipate for the housing market in the valley over the back end of 2018.
What did you think? If you have any questions, feel free to email me!
Supply continues to be down (5 year low), but prices have not risen too much, too fast. “But Jeff […]
When Appreciation gets too high and “on fire” I get nervous. On fire is NOT stable, and not sustainable.
Phoenix was just ranked 12th in the country on the Case-Shiller index, for year-over-year appreciation at 5.6%. The number one market in the country is Seattle, which is at 12.6% city-wide average. I would say 12.6% […]
Here is my annual Phoenix – Scottsdale Market Prediction video. I discuss what I anticipate will happen for both buyers and sellers. Check it out below!
If you have questions about what your neighborhood is looking like, give me a call – put me on the spot.
With so much talk of Trump’s new Tax Reform Bill, I’ve been hearing from many people asking what this means for home values, specifically as they relate to the valley. Prior to the bill being passed there were so many revisions that many people are left unsure of what exactly is happening within this bill. […]
In 2016 the U.S. population grew by 7% to 323.1 million. Arizona is the 5th fastest growing state. In 2015 Arizona’s population was 6,817,565. In 2016 Arizona’s population grew by 113,506 to 6,931,071.
It’s all finally coming together! The moment you have waited for, closing on a new home, is just a few short weeks away. Almost all your belongings are packed and ready to be moved and your new home is awaiting you.
In 2014 Jeff Sibbach sold more homes in north Scottsdale than any other real estate agent. He’s making predictions of what will come in 2015 as far as price appreciation and interest rates.
Finding new homes for sale in Arizona means you have to go to each different home builder’s website or use our newly rolled out “New Home Search”
It can be cheaper to buy a home than to continue renting based on current home prices, rents, types of mortgages and interest rates. Falling interest rates over the past few weeks have made buying more affordable for many people.
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