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First-time buyers made up 26% of all home buyers, down from 34% last year. Fortunately, there are some choices if you are looking to buy your first place.


In case you haven't noticed, North Phoenix is growing! Here are some condos and townhomes you should see in the area.


Some buyers shy away from a condo because it has an almost guaranteed extra cost - the HOA fee. But is an HOA a bad thing?


Getting ready to list your condo? You'll want to prepare early for the condo inspection.


Surprise AZ gets its first luxury condos with the Villas at Sterling Grove.


Get ready to pay higher mortgage rates than previous years, but there are ways to reduce your monthly payment.


Desert Ridge has a fancy new condo midrise. Is it the right place for you?


In situations where you may be competing with other offers, what can you do to sweeten your offer?


New townhomes in Norterra come with master planned amenities.


Good news for FHA buyers - Phoenix condos now are an attainable goal, with lower credit scores and downpayments.


The Desert Ridge area continues its build-out - this time with more job creating business.


If you haven't taken a look at Surprise lately, you might find some compelling reasons to live here.


The newest condo project in Desert Ridge makes the good life just a little more good.


Want some monetary incentive to improve your credit? Take a look at what a lower credit score will cost you every month when you get a mortgage.


A little anxiety with your first condo or townhome purchase is understandable. But don't let it derail you from making a good decision.


In case you hadn't noticed, 7th Street is attracting new businesses, making this area much more walkable.


It's not just about Desert Ridge Marketplace anymore for Desert Ridge Condo owners. High Street is stepping up its game.


Looking for a townhome in Phoenix, check out the winner on the Condomania Team Tour!


Portland on the Park Offers up the trifecta of condos - views, location and interiors.


Located adjacent to Phoenix, Glendale has some stand-out condo developments that can't be missed.


Urban infill is on overdrive in downtown and midtown Phoenix!


Here is the short list of condo communities with the most notable pools.


Separated by South Mountain, this little corner of Phoenix has alot to offer.


March is the month for the new opening of the Northwest Phoenix Light Rail Extension, which means more condos on the light rail!


Second home buyers in Phoenix won't lack for things to do in Phoenix.


Finally, there are some great new midrise condo buildings showing up in urban Phoenix.


Downtown Phoenix is moving towards a lifestyle where everything from work to recreation is just a walk away.


Here are a few things to look for when you're trying to decide which Phoenix High Rise to choose.


Great for commuters and those who want to live near the action, the Camelback Corridor has choices in all price ranges.


Phoenix loft living - we've got some great choices, but the loft lifestyle isn't for everyone.


Some of the most frequently asked questions condo buyers ask about the inspection period.


After a bit of a building lull, downtown Phoenix will have a new addition to the skyline next year – Portland on the Park.


After a short hiatus during the dip in the real estate market, construction on the Villages of Aviano in Desert Ridge has resumed.


When renting, you have one monthly payment, but as a real estate owner, there are more "ingredients" to a monthly payment.


New condos now available at Monterey Ridge in east Phoenix.


Not sure whether you should be looking for a condo, townhome or patio home in Phoenix? Here are advantages and disadvantages of each.


List with us, and we'll put your Phoenix Condo in front of the thousands of condos buyers visiting our website.


Those looking for great deals need to be ready to act when a great deal appears. We work with many clients to find the communities they like, then wait for the right condo unit to come on the market.


How much will my monthly payment be? What should I do first? these questions and more, answered here...


"Can you find me a vacation condo to rent out when I'm not using it?" This is the number one question we receive from vacation home buyers. Here are some things to consider when determining if a vacation rental is for you.


Closing costs for the seller vary, but they shouldn't be a complete mystery. We've prepared a list of typical items usually paid for by the seller.


Are those photos from the balcony? Where can I save the condo listings that I like? Learn more!


What do I do if I owe more for my condo than I can sell it for? How much should I ask for my condo? These are common questions that we have the answers to!


It's been a wild ride in the real estate world these last few years,and we have been working hard to keep up with those nuances that give our clients an advantage in this market. To help our visitors that haven't yet starting working with us, we've come


Why is that condo I like $100k less than the other one listed in the same community? How low can I go in offering a price for a bank-owned condo? These questions and more answered here...


Having your own representation may turn out to be invaluable. Here's why.


If you like newer homes and condos, Desert Ridge is the place to consider in Phoenix. Most of the condos in this area were built in the years between 2006-2008.


When people think of a Phoenix townhome, they usually assume a multi-story home, with one or more walls attached to other townhome unit. But the legal description may scream "Condo".


You can't miss the Optima Biltmore condo community when driving around the 24th street and Camelback area. It's the high rise building with the trees on the roof and striking red trim that frames the balconies. But other than living in "that building" Optima Biltmore owners have one of the best locations in the area, right next door to a Starbucks and across the street from the high end Biltmore Fashion Park.


Here are four active, adult condo communities in the West Valley that offer amenities, affordability, and location.


Living downtown has been cool for a while, but when the Phoenix light rail system rode into town a few years ago, living in a condo near a light rail stop became downright convenient.


If you love golf but don't want to pay full boat to live in a golf resort, consider living near a golf club. Stonecreek Golf Course is a popular choice for condo buyers.


Sure, the purchase contract looks good, but condo buyers have one more addendum they'll want to pay attention to, because it will mean hundred's of dollars of extra fees.


If your credit score is less than stellar, don't despair. Follow these steps, exercise self discipline and a little patience, and you'll be on your way to clean credit before you know it.


There are vacation condo buyers in just about every area in Phoenix. Here are some questions we often get from buyers looking for a condo or townhome in Phoenix to use seasonally.


Westbrook Village has those golf views you've been looking for. A round of golf with your fellow residence is close by.

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Last Updated: 2024-04-25 00:47:56