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Buyer 101- Sewer Lines

The sewer line of your home is one main home system you cannot see while touring perspective homes. If it’s an older home, there could be a range of materials, or a combination being used to take wastewater from the …

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Buyer 101- Types of Water Heaters Explained

Small components of a home also come into play when inspecting your dream home and we will tackle water heaters in this edition of Buyer 101. While not as costly as some of the topics that I have covered it …

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FAQ- What to Expect When Buying
What to expect when buying a home. Your FAQ’s answered!
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Buyer 101- Foundations

Your home’s foundation is one of the main structural components you may have concerns about when making your purchase. While it’s easy to see a roof while touring a property and most buyers will look up, it is important to …

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Elevate Your Space – Hardware Matters

Taking a breath from the market, interest rates, and contracts- let’s talk about the fun part of owning a home- making it pretty! There are many ways to upgrade a house- from a large-scale total remodel to landscaping, decor, etc. …

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Buyer 101: The Valley’s 3 Most Common Roofing Types

In our newest series, Buyer 101 with Colby, we are taking a look at the three most common types of roofing in AZ.

A home’s roof is one of the main structural components you may have concerns about when making …

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Outbid Again!

If you are a buyer in today’s market, you’re familiar with being outbid. The telltale signs that you are not getting a “yes” include multiple offers, the whispers of cash, appraisals waived, and when your offer is about to expire…it’s …

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Market Update- October 2021

The end of forbearance is not the end of a seller market. Supply is up 93% since April while prices continue to rise.

For Buyers:

The housing supply shortage is still in full swing, and there is online speculation that …

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The Cost of Convenience

Selling a home is one of the most stressful transactions one will ever do- this is what we’ve been told for years, so it’s no wonder the ‘industry disrupters’ clung to the home selling transaction as a way to bring …

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The Cool Down- Follow Up

Thank you to everyone who read my latest post, The Cool Down, and for sending me your questions and comments.  I think we are all so ready for the market to shift and for things to become a bit easier …

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RE Tip- The Cool Down

What does it feel like in the market when you have a slight cool down from the scorching hot beginning of 2021? Well, it feels a little weird, a little unsure, still a bit frantic, if you’re in the buyer’s …

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RE Tips- For Out-of-State Buyer’s

The rumors are true, life in Arizona is pretty sweet, with a side of hellish hot in the summer, and that’s why an estimated 240-300 people move to the valley every day. Yes, you read that right, every day. Phoenix …

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