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Should You List Your Home For Sale During the Holidays?

Clients ask me all the time when is a good time to list their property?  Should they wait till after holidays to put their home on the market?  Here are 12 reasons why you should list your home during the holiday season in Scottsdale Arizona. There is less competition for buyers. Winter prospects are more […]

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What to Expect in Mortage Lending in 2014

We are projecting a variety of loans available in the New Year.  Interest Rates are expected to continue a steady climb higher. Conventional loans:  offering 5%, 10% and 15% down payments with private mortgage insurance are still available. Jumbo loans:  up to 750K, 10% down payment with no mortgage insurance. FHA: Loan limits have decreased […]

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Predictions for the Phoenix Real Estate Sector in 2014

Whats in Store for the Phoenix real estate sector in 2014?  An article found in the Phoenix Business Journal by Kristina Hansen outlines 3 predictions for 2014.  They are as follows: 1. The housing market keeps recovery, but at a slower rate.  The Metro Phoenix housing market has been in recovery for the past two years.  […]

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I would like to recommend Stacey for your realtor. After working with her very closely over the last few years as well as she represented us in personal investment transactions, Stacey is not only principled, ethical and trustworthy, she has an extensive knowledge of the market. Stacey values each of her clients and provides exemplary customer service.
~ Jeana, HomeSmart Realtor
“You were the ideal realtor in assisting with our home search and subsequent move into our new home and sale of our old home. The whole process from start to finish was efficient, rapid and above all totally stress free. You covered every angle and issue with total professionalism and great humor. You were great to work with, dealt with whatever came up quickly and smoothly. We recommend your services without a second thought!”
~ Jon and Susan