Wow… well who could have expected this pandemic? While we are getting used to our new normal (if we can call it that) many homeowners need some serious help. I want to point you in the right direction and here are some great resources. Many banks are allowing people to “defer” their payments which means they are tacking them on to the end of your loan. As part of the recently passed CARES Act, which funded $3.2 trillion in monies to support the US economy, there’s a part of the

The Right Answer to “Why Are You Selling?”

So you’re trying to sell your fabulous home in Phoenix or Scottsdale or Chandler or wherever you may be in this gorgeous Valley. I’ll lay out the scene… A Realtor brings a potential buyer into your home.  The buyer turns to you and asks “Why are you selling?” We’ll come back to the answer in just a minute but first, let me interrupt and say… What are you doing in the home?  Best place for a seller to be is out of the house. There are a few reasons. First,

Most Affordable & Least Affordable Places To Live In The Valley

If you’re looking to a buy a home in the Valley or the Phoenix metro area, the Cromford Report has put together a list of the cheapest and most expensive areas to buy.  They include the average price per square foot for 41 places in Arizona. Check out the chart below. As you can see, Paradise Valley is the most expensive at $269.83 per square foot which is almost half a percentage higher than last year.  Carefree, Arizona comes in at number two at $201.41 per square foot and Scottsdale


Being a first-time home buyer is exciting But I know it can also feel overwhelming—especially when you see median listings priced at $297,000 and available homes flying off the market in 55 days. With real estate trends like those, you might be tempted to make an impulsive purchase that could hurt your financial goals and keep you paying a mortgage well into retirement. No one wants that – trust me, you guys, it’s worth doing this the right way. And that means buying a home that you love and that doesn’t hurt your


For sellers, staging home can be crucial. Many buyers don’t have the imagination to turn an empty space into a place they can call home. The National Association of Realtors says staging makes it easier for buyers to visualize themselves in the home, buyers are more likely to visit a home that they see is staged online and saw an increase in dollar offers for staged homes. Okay, we got it. But staging ….can be incredibly costly. So now, there’s virtual staging, where a computer generates the furniture and a

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