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arizona real estate: Beware Arizona Realtors - 09/03/10 05:03 PM
I am generally not a hater, but I thought that this was valuable information to share with any realtor in the Phoenix Metropolitan area that might need a home inspector.  I closed a transaction today and I thought I would share some information with any realtor in the Phoenix area since it seems like there are quite a few that belong to AR.  My clients put an offer on a home that would up falling through buy they were far enough in the transaction to have a home inspection.  My regular home inspector was on vacation so I asked him suggested a referral.  Originally, he … (18 comments)

arizona real estate: Are You Sure You Want to Buy That Short Sale? - 08/14/10 05:50 PM
I realize that short sales are a very big part of out market now and will probably continue to be for at least the next few years.  That doesn't mean that I like it.  If you are on the selling end, it is a way to make the best of a bad situation and I encourage any seller to take advantage of that option. 
If you are a buyer, make sure that you have a realtor that knows the workings of a short sale and knows what to do and what to look for.  These are difficult transactions and without the … (3 comments)

arizona real estate: Why Foreclosure Should Be Your Last Option - 08/09/10 07:17 AM
If you are struggling to pay your mortgage every month or have a mountain of debt, the stress may be overwhelming.  Please do not let that stress cloud your judgement when it comes to exploring your options.  Many people either block out the problem or pretend that if they don't do anything, it will go away.  Instead, this is the time to be proactive.  By facing your problem, you will be able to find the best option available and have the least damage to your financial future.
The reasons to avoid foreclosure are many.  The stigma of a foreclosure on your … (2 comments)

arizona real estate: How to Buy a Foreclosed Home in Phoenix and Get Down Payment Assistance - 08/07/10 06:15 AM
The city of Phoenix offers a homeownership assistance program providing $15,000 for down payment and closing cost assistance.  Eligible buyers must be FHA creditworthy and have completed the required eight-hour Homeownership Education Class and Credit/Budget Assessment counseling course.   Buyers must maintain the property as their principal residence and the total household income must be below 120% of area median income.  For example, a household of four earning $79,100 or less has the potential to become eligible to participate.  Program participants must contribute a minimum of $1,000 of personal funds for down payment or closing costs.   The program targets foreclosed … (3 comments)

arizona real estate: What's Driving This Real Estate Market? - 08/05/10 11:30 AM

It seems that lately, the sales data points to Short Sale and REO transactions as dominant in our market.  I have heard figures as high as 74% of the current market is distressed property sales and that Short Sale closings are up by 248% from 2008. 
Rather than trying to compete against distressed transactions, I choose to embrace them.   If you are a real estate agent in Arizona and choose to embrace them too and need the support of a good team, please let me know.  Or if you are a a buyer or seller in need of assistance in understanding … (2 comments)

Wade Kawahara (Dominion Real Estate Partners, LLC)

Wade Kawahara

Phoenix, AZ

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