Phoenix Arizona Well Priced Homes in Good Condition Often Get Multiple Offers

Real Estate Broker/Owner with Benjamin Realty LLC

The current Phoenix home market, in some areas, is experiencing a new trend. Often times agents are finding many of the lower priced homes that are in good condition will receive bids very quickly after being listed. And many times these homes end up selling for more than the listed price. For some homes, in some areas of Phoenix, bidding wars are happening.

Investors are swooping into the Phoenix valley and are buying several homes at a time, which is making it more difficult for the individual home buyer who looking to simply buy a good home at a good price for their family to live in.

We have had some cases where a buyer ends up having to make offers on several homes before they can get the nod of an accepted offer. Each time their offers have been beat out by other offers, above listed price.

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Comments (1)

Michele Reneau
Certified Staging Professional (CSP) Elite Instructor - Summerville, SC
Realtor, GRI ~ Charleston, SC Relocation Experts Team

Well priced homes in good condition have always been the ticket.  I have had some instances where a buyer didn't realize a good deal when they saw it and they lost out to a higher bidder.  It's not that common in our market, but it does happen.

Jul 12, 2009 12:23 PM