person putting a sold sticker over a for-sale sign on a scottsdale home for sale

Selling a home is not an entirely straightforward process. In fact, it can be very nerve-racking due to constant shifts in the real estate market. If, for whatever reason, you need to sell your Scottsdale home fast, the stress and anxiety will only multiply. However, don't fall into despair thinking that it's impossible. In fact, we've prepared ways to increase your home's marketability and attract many potential buyers while decreasing your time on the market. By following our six simple tips, you'll be able to sell your Scottsdale home faster than you thought possible.

How to sell your Scottsdale home fast?

Selling your home fast is possible even in a slow market. However, you need to prepare yourself and your home to make the best impression…

273 Views, 0 Comments

does a seller of a scottsdale home for sale have to disclose if it's haunted

There are rules on what a seller and their agent need to disclose to prospective buyers about their home for sale. In Scottsdale and the surrounding Phoenix towns, we use a comprehensive disclosure form that the seller needs to fill out called the Seller Property Disclosure Statement, or SPDS.

There is nothing on the Seller Property Disclosure Statement that asks the seller if they are aware that their house is haunted. In the 4 decades I've been selling homes in Scottsdale, Cave Creek, Carefree, North Phoenix, and surrounding areas, I've never come across a supposed haunted house. At least no one has disclosed it and I've never heard back from buyers telling me that a house they purchased was haunted.

If a seller felt that their house was…

171 Views, 0 Comments

where is the scottsdale real estate market heading for home buyers

If you’ve been a buyer trying to find a home and get your offer accepted, you’re probably tired of hearing the term “Supply and Demand”. But that is why you’re having a difficult time being up against multiple offers, including cash buyers. Some buyers have given up and are staying put in their current place, and some renters are signing a new lease.

Here is the Atlantic’s take on this crazy Seller’s Market:

“Pick a housing statistic at random, and it’s probably setting an all-time record. Home prices: record high. Inventory: record low. Percentage of homes selling above asking price: record high. Average time on market: record low.

Part of the issue comes amid an ongoing shortage of housing. Housing material costs are increasing and…

164 Views, 0 Comments