Dec. 8, 2023

Protecting Your Property from Deed Fraud in Arizona

Empower yourself against deed fraud with Maricopa title alert.


As we gear up for the festive season, I wanted to bring an increasingly common issue to your attention–deed fraud. This issue is particularly prevalent in Arizona, and I want to share some ways you can protect yourself. Maricopa County ...

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Feb. 24, 2014

Current Conditions Give Buyers the Advantage in Phoenix Housing Market

The dramatic price increases that the Phoenix metropolitan area had seen in the past year is expected to not only slow down, but possibly turn around in the coming year according to housing officials. A report released by W.P, Carey School of Business at Arizona State University believes that ...

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Feb. 19, 2014

3.5% Incentive Offered for Homeowners Ready to Buy in Arizona

In the past year, there has been a significant decline in the amount of foreclosure properties available in the Phoenix area. However, they still exist and for those interested, Fannie Mae is now offering a new incentive to help with closing costs. This is a great program but not one ...

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Feb. 12, 2014

Scottsdale Horse Show Events for February

Scottsdale has long been known as a Western town. For those who live in the area or are visiting this February, the upcoming equestrian event at West World is sure to draw a crowd of both horse lovers and interested viewers alike. This February, Scottsdale is hosting the Annual Scottsdale ...

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Feb. 8, 2014

Slower Price Gains Seen as a Positive for Phoenix Housing Market

The prices of homes in the Phoenix area are not expected to return to levels seen before the housing crash for another seven years. However, many people are seeing this as a good, rather than a bad, thing. The city of Phoenix and its housing market have experienced a more ...

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Feb. 4, 2014

Requirements Change for Home Equity Loans

The mortgage industry has seen a variety of changes in the past few years. From easy to acquire loans to few loans made at all, currently there seems to be a more even balance in the mortgage industry. However, in the area of home equity loans, there seems to be ...

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Jan. 31, 2014

Lending Tips to Help Phoenix Buyers

On January 10 of this year, new federal mortgage rules became effective. These rules were put in place to help bring an end to abusive lending practices which led to the housing crisis and massive amounts of foreclosure. However these new rules bring with them two distinct changes. First of ...

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Jan. 9, 2014

Home Prices Continue to Creep Up in Arizona

arizona home pricesArizona has experienced a significant growth in the housing market following the crash in 2009. For those homeowners who had seen their homes values decline sharply, this has been a welcome sight. November, while smaller than some previous months, continued this trend with higher numbers in values than the year ...

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Jan. 4, 2014

Four Strategies for Increasing the Likelihood of Selling Your Home

home selling strategiesFor those seeking to sell their home, there are several areas sellers should pay close attention to in order to maximize the potential selling points of their home. By making sure a few different things that have proven effective for others, sellers can be sure that they are doing everything ...

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Dec. 28, 2013

Arizona Residents See Return After Foreclosure

13326035_sMany Arizona residents experienced foreclosure during the housing crisis of 2009 and a large number of homeowners were victims of bad foreclosure practices. As a result of a settlement reached with Ocwen Financial Corp., those Arizona residents affected will share in a 20.7 million dollar settlement, which was recently ...

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