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What was going on with the Greater Phoenix Housing Market at the end of 2018, and start of 2019- and more importantly, where is it going? What can we expect as interest rates have come back down. Watch my 2019 market report with fellow Top Realtor, Sharon Wisniewski!
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So I was recently asked to moderate an upcoming panel this November called the 2019 Arizona Housing Market Forecast for the Arizona School of Real Estate and Business. They asked me to write an article on the direction of the Arizona housing market. Something I do not […]
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 […]
Just last week I was excited to announce that the Sibbach Team was named the #1 Team in all of Maricopa County for 2017. Well I’ve got news for you, we were also named the #1 Team in all of Scottsdale according to the Cromford Report for 2017!
The Cromford […]
The Cromford Report is put together by Oxford graduate Michael Orr who has a masters in Mathematics.
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 […]
Sibbach sharing predictions on what is going to happen through the rest of 2016… along with what he’s seeing currently. Watch Donna Snyder ask him real estate market questions!
Scottsdale realtors describe the 2014 Scottsdale real estate market in March. Jeff and Ashley compare sales this year to last year to show you how boring err… balanced… the market really is.