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Thinking out loud about Phoenix, Real Estate, and Phoenix Real Estate - a Chris Butterworth site

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November 2012 Charts

[...] them to repair their credit and save up for a down payment? Will they come back en masse? Interest Rates. What happens to interest rates could have a major impact on our market. The payment on a $ [...]

What to expect from the market in 2015

[...] only goes so far. Momentum can be fickle, and when it changes it can change on a dime. Interest Rates Interest rates are low. Very low. All time, record setting, once in a lifetime low. I'm not [...]

May recap - how's the market?

[...] reach to afford the neighborhoods they feel comfortable living in. And that's with the lowest interest rates since forever helping out. If interest rates creep back up to 6%, most buyers will be shut [...]

More Stats - More Confusion

[...] mode, which then drives prices up further? And on top of everything else, what will happen to interest rates this year? I have far more questions than answers these days, and it's not from lack of [...]

Maricopa County Charts - September 2012

[...] .. Number of New Vacant Listings This chart shows how many homes went up for sale as vacant homes. Obviously, a "normal" market will not have thousands of vacant homes for sale [...]

Market Update for January 2014

[...] happens, we'll see sellers dropping prices by large amounts to incentivize an offer. Vacant Homes (anecdotal only - no charts today) - We're still seeing a large number of vacant homes [...]

May recap - how's the market?

[...] why people move in a normal market. That entire segment of the market is simply non-existent. Vacant Homes Still Dominate Here are two charts I've shared a number of times before, updated through the [...]

More Stats - More Confusion

[...] chart for years. The market won't be normal until there are far more occupied homes than vacant homes. The trend was going in the right direction in Spring 2012; what happened after that? Why did [...]

FHA Mortgage Insurance Rate Reduction - what does it really mean?

[...] premium reduction in the coming weeks; hopefully this helps put it into perspective.. - Chris Butterworth . sources http://www.astonlau.com/2012/03/a-history-of-fha-mortgage-insurance-premium- [...]

Look at all that storage space upstairs

[...] 're likely to end up falling through the attic into the house below! Thanks for reading, - Chris Butterworth . [...]

test post - not enough moats

[...] . But as long as I'm on the subject, I think we need more moats in modern real estate... Chris Butterworth . [...]

What to expect from the market in 2015

[...] about an optimistic and a pessimistic scenario, and weigh your decisions accordingly. - Chris Butterworth . if you're reading this content on any site other than a Chris Butterworth site, or through [...]

Maricopa County Charts - October 2012

[...] for a better time to sell, to sell. All of these factors will help lead us back to a more normal market. Homes are still selling at a brisk pace. Maybe not record numbers, but we have enough volume [...]

May recap - how's the market?

[...] 's closer to work, or closer to family... Or any of the dozens of reasons why people move in a normal market. That entire segment of the market is simply non-existent. Vacant Homes Still Dominate Here [...]

More Stats - More Confusion

[...] Same as the chart above. When more than half of the new listings are vacant, we're not in a normal market. Days on Market - last 25 months Notice how fast the market heated up this year. Remember the [...]

More Stats - More Confusion

[...] expect to see this gap narrow over the next year or two as the wave of foreclosures recedes. New Listings by Month - Maricopa County There's a seasonal dip at the end of every year, so we would expect [...]

May recap - how's the market?

[...] shared a number of times before, updated through the end of April. One shows the percentage of New Listings that are Vacant. The other shows a comparison of Vacant vs Occupied Homes Sold, by month. [...]

November 2012 Charts

[...] rising. Bank-Inventory has been declining sharply, but it still makes up over a third of the new listings each month. Vacant Listings still dominate traditional listings by about a 3 to 2 margin. Here [...]

Another 20% Drop in Home Prices?

[...] more to go (Chart 10). The earlier housing boom was driven by ample loans and low interest rates, loose and almost non-existent lending standards, securitization of mortgages which passed [...]

What to expect from the market in 2015

[...] . Unfortunately Japan has other problems which are offsetting, or forcing, those low interest rates, and none of those problems are conducive to a healthy real estate market. On the [...]

Market Update for January 2014

[...] than you probably want. And if you're thinking about buying, great! You can lock in today's low interest rates, and take your time looking for just the right home. Then, as long as you can comfortably [...]

May recap - how's the market?

[...] . Family buying a home, after renting for the last few years. Homeowner taking advantage of low interest rates to buy an investment home. Retired couple buying a second home. Family selling their [...]

weekend edition 10-10-14

[...] or me a call if there's anything real-estate related that we can help with. Chris & Cheryl Butterworth 623-570-9940 Chris 602-881-0441 Cheryl [...]

Today is the reason we live in Phoenix

[...] . I hope you all get a chance to enjoy it.. Your loves being outside Realtors, Chris & Cheryl Butterworth [...]

What to expect from the market in 2015

[...] . - Chris Butterworth . if you're reading this content on any site other than a Chris Butterworth site, or through an email or rss subscription service, the site you're reading is guilty [...]

FHA Mortgage Insurance Rate Reduction - what does it really mean?

[...] -premiums-mip-change-2015 if you're reading this content on any site other than a Chris Butterworth site, or through an email or rss subscription service, the site you're reading is guilty [...]

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November 2012 Charts

[...] them to repair their credit and save up for a down payment? Will they come back en masse? Interest Rates. What happens to interest rates could have a major impact on our market. The payment on a $ [...]

What to expect from the market in 2015

[...] only goes so far. Momentum can be fickle, and when it changes it can change on a dime. Interest Rates Interest rates are low. Very low. All time, record setting, once in a lifetime low. I'm not [...]

May recap - how's the market?

[...] reach to afford the neighborhoods they feel comfortable living in. And that's with the lowest interest rates since forever helping out. If interest rates creep back up to 6%, most buyers will be shut [...]

More Stats - More Confusion

[...] mode, which then drives prices up further? And on top of everything else, what will happen to interest rates this year? I have far more questions than answers these days, and it's not from lack of [...]

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