Keeping your life organized means keeping your things in their proper places. Organized people keep order by storing things properly and by labeling storage spaces. Make easy-to-access storage spaces for things you use all the time, and don’t let your storage spaces get cluttered. Being organized not only saves you time, but money. To get started, let’s look at organizing your refrigerator. LIKE WITH LIKE…A good rule of thumb: Group similar items together. Designate a shelf for beverages or a spot where all dairy products should be stored to make them easy to find. PREP SPACE…Once a week, cut up fresh produce to have on hand for snacks and mealtime. Stash it at eye level in stackable, cl

Home Supply Remains Lower Than Last Year, But The Gap Closed

Starting with the basic ARMLS numbers for September 1, 2017 and comparing them with September 1, 2016 for all areas & types: Active Listings (excluding UCB): 17,486 versus 19,186 last year - down 8.9% - but up 0.4% from 17,412 last month Active Listings (including UCB): 21,355 versus 23,173 last year - down 7.9% - and down 0.6% compared with 21,484 last month Pending Listings: 6,002 versus 6,331 last year - down 5.2% - and down 1.4% from 6,085 last month Under Contract Listings (including Pending, CCBS & UCB): 9,871 versus 10,318 last year - down 4.3% - and down 2.8% from 10,157 last month Monthly Sales: 8,168 versus 8,003 last year - up 2.1% - and up 1.8% from 8,021 last month Monthly Avera

3 Questions to Ask Before You Buy Your Dream Home

If you are debating purchasing a home right now, you are probably getting a lot of advice. Though your friends and family will have your best interests at heart, they may not be fully aware of your needs and what is currently happening in the real estate market. Ask yourself the following 3 questions to help determine if now is a good time for you to buy in today’s market. 1. Why am I buying a home in the first place? This is truly the most important question to answer. Forget the finances for a minute. Why did you even begin to consider purchasing a home? For most, the reason has nothing to do with money. For example, a survey by Braun showed that over 75% of parents say, “their child’s edu

Inventory still remains low...Thinking of Selling?

As many of you are have read, inventory throughout the Phoenix Valley is low. We simply aren’t seeing enough new listings to replenish those that are going under contract and because of this, home prices in our market are being driven higher by a natural and persistent lack of supply, not irresponsible speculation. In this situation, it is normal for prices to rise until they suppress demand enough to match the weak supply. Like all investments, there is always some risk, the positive is the Phoenix market is seeing a steady growth in appreciation and is trending with the national average of 5.77%, which indicates the market is growing at a healthy rate and not overly inflated.* For those

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