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Foreign Buyers Recognize Value of Home Ownership in U.S.

June 6th, 2011 Published in News and Numbers  |  1 Comment

Washington, May 18, 2011 The U.S. continues to remain a top destination for foreign buyers as international purchases surged by $16 billion this year, one of the highest increases in recent years. This is according to the National Association of Realtors®’ 2011 Profile of International Home Buying Activity. According to the survey, total residential international […]

East Valley housing more affordable

June 3rd, 2011 Published in News and Numbers

by Catherine Reagor – August 8, 2010. The Arizona Republic More buyers are finding Southeast Valley homes affordable again. Amid the worst home-building slump in more than two decades, location has once again become the most important factor for metropolitan Phoenix’s new-home buyers. After being pushed to the extreme edges of the region during the […]

Calculate Your Home’s Value

June 3rd, 2011 Published in Good To Know  |  5 Comments

AZcentral.com – April 21, 2010 Foreclosures and short sales dominate metropolitan Phoenix’s housing market, making it more difficult to calculate the value of a home. At the same time a lot of homeowners want to know, either as they consider a sale or purchase, or want to factor home value into their overall financial picture. […]

Sales and Foreclosures

April 28th, 2011 Published in News and Numbers  |  1 Comment

Take a look at these charts to get an overview of our home sales and foreclosures in Maricopa county.  Monthly Notices The foreclosure process is started by the bank filing a Notice of Default for each home that is typically 90 days late on paying their mortgage. Total Pending Once a home receives a Notice of […]

“If it helps you sell, it’s worth it.”

April 27th, 2011 Published in Good To Know  |  1 Comment

“Many sellers cannot see the value in preparing their home for sale. They just don’t want to invest anything else in their home. The problem with this attitude is that if you don’t value it neither will the buyer. That investment doesn’t have to be money. It can be time and effort.”  Simple updates including […]

Metro Phoenix housing market showing signs of upswing

April 27th, 2011 Published in News and Numbers  |  1 Comment

by Catherine Reagor – April 20, 2011. The Arizona Republic “Metro Phoenix’s housing market took a turn for the better last month, and if current trends continue, home prices could start to climb again before the end of the year.” “Market experts say now is still too early to declare the beginning of a recovery […]

Post Office Food Drive

April 26th, 2011 Published in Unique

  Everyone pitched in this year to bring boxes and boxes of food as a donation to the Post Office Food Drive.  We even raided the Callaway office kitchen (don’t tell) for coffee and other delicious morsels. Actually Joseph and JoAnn graciously donated from their cupboards and we added items from our home pantries.  It’s a […]

What’s Fueling Phoenix Growth?

April 13th, 2011 Published in News and Numbers  |  5 Comments

Phoenix named one of 11 comeback cities Monday, April 11, 2011 – Phoenix Business Journal It’s renewable energy that’s fueling growth in Phoenix. One new solar manufacturing plant in the works will create 600 jobs. Another firm is investing $50 million and has committed to 500 jobs in the region. The growth in renewable energy […]

Collectible Ornaments 2010

December 12th, 2010 Published in Ornaments

Handmade from salt, water and flour, these unique designs are created each year by JoAnn Callaway and then executed by a renowned artist. Each holiday season, these are lovingly personalized and given to our special clients and agents.

Collectible Ornaments 2009

December 12th, 2009 Published in Ornaments

Handmade from salt, water and flour, these unique designs are created each year by JoAnn Callaway and then executed by a renowned artist. Each holiday season, these are lovingly personalized and given to our special clients and agents.