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Your Fall Home Maintenance Checklist

October 14, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Your Fall Home Maintenance Checklist 10/14/2006 It’s time once again to get ready for winter Fall is already in the air, which means that another chilly winter can’t be too far behind. So before the cold weather arrives and you snuggle up indoors again, here’s your annual checklist of things to do to get your home ready for the change of season. INSIDE YOUR HOME Check smoke detectors:... 

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Vote “YES!” on Proposition 101 – The Taxpayer Protection Act

October 13, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Vote “YES!” on Proposition 101 – The Taxpayer Protection Act 10/13/2006 Maricopa County voters should be aware of Proposition 101 which, if approved, will limit potential manipulation of property taxes. From the Arizona State Legislature website (www.azlet.state.az.us) PROPOSITION 101 HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 2056 local government levy... 

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‘Buy now!’ Conventional Wisdom Says the Time is Right…

September 15, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

‘Buy now!’ Conventional Wisdom Says the Time is Right… 9/15/2006 ‘Buy now!’ Conventional Wisdom Says the Time is Right to Take Advantage of Home Incentives Contrary to today’s popular wisdom to ride out the current market correction in single-family home sales, some experts say: Buy now. Incentives, from swimming pools to cash offerings of up to $100,000, eventually... 

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Home Value: Up or Down? Depends on ZIP Code

June 30, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Home Value: Up or Down? Depends on ZIP Code 6/30/2006 Worried about declining home values in the Valley? If you live in central Phoenix, north Scottsdale and patches of the East or West Valley, you don’t need to fret. Average home prices in those areas are still climbing – and climbing rapidly, in some cases. In other pockets around metropolitan Phoenix, the average price of an existing... 

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West Side Surpasses East Valley in Growth

June 28, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

West Side Surpasses East Valley in Growth 6/28/2006 The West Valley clearly has overtaken the eastern part of Maricopa County as the supergrowth region of the Valley, mid-decade census figures show. Growth in the eastern suburbs of Phoenix was far from anemic, but a greater number of people flocked to west-side communities at a pace that pushed the area’s population 50 percent higher in just... 

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Existing Home Sales Fall for 3rd Time in 5 Months Nationally

June 28, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Existing Home Sales Fall for 3rd Time in 5 Months Nationally 6/28/2006 WASHINGTON – U.S. sales of existing homes in May fell for the third time in five months, with the weakness led by a big drop in the Northeast. The National Association of Realtors reported Tuesday that sales of previously owned homes dropped by 1.2 percent in May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 6.67 million units... 

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CityNorth Project Gets Head Start

April 18, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

CityNorth Project Gets Head Start 4/18/2006 Developers to break ground ahead of others slated for north Phoenix A national developer is looking to the northeast Valley for its next signature project: a giant retail, residential and office property called CityNorth. But it will have to slug it out with local developers that are making plays nearby for top stores, restaurants and hotels in order to... 

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Homebuilder Says Market’s in Good Place

April 6, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Homebuilder Says Market’s in Good Place 4/3/2006 Doug Fulton, president of Fulton Homes Sales Corp., puts in his time at his desk at the home builder’s Tempe headquarters. He also flies his helicopter at least three days a week, looking over development sites, and when he wants to de-stress, he likes to skydive. He recently returned from a snowmobiling trip to Colorado. Fulton, 45, is... 

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Phoenix a Homebuyers’ Market

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Phoenix a Homebuyers’ Market 3/30/2006 Builders offering customers more incentives Home builders are wheeling and dealing like county-fair carnies trying to win over nervous buyers. They’re offering incentives like free cars or thousands of dollars to knock down closing fees or to put toward flooring, cabinets and other decorative touches for anyone who will buy an unsold house or sign... 

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Valley’s New Home Market Starting to Slow

March 27, 2006 by · Leave a Comment 

Valley’s New Home Market Starting to Slow 3/27/2006 New home permits in February dropped more than 20 percent from the same time last year, perhaps a signal that the Valley’s incessant new home price increases will end. The 3,729 permits issued last month marked the lowest total in the last 24 months, according to the latest issue of The Phoenix Housing Letter, released Monday. Although... 

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