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How Gentrification is Affecting Housing Prices in Phoenix

In many US cities, gentrification has been a dominant force for stimulation. It can revitalize the economy and enhance once rundown neighborhoods. It has, however, also caused home prices to increase to the point where they become unaffordable. Like many other cities throughout the country, Phoenix has not been immune from the often-exorbitant price increases […]

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How to Get Your Real Estate License in Arizona

If you’re looking for a career change and have always thought that you might be able to make it as a real estate agent in Arizona, there’s no better time than now. The Arizona market continues to grow, and while the competition is fierce, if you’ve got the goods, you might just be able to […]

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What Happens to a Condemned House in Phoenix?

A house in Phoenix is condemned after the government has determined that it is no longer fit to inhabit. This usually happens as a result of unsafe housing code violations. Hundreds of vacant homes are reported for violations in Phoenix every year, but actual condemnations are relatively uncommon in the metro area. Scottsdale, for example, […]

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Tax Breaks for Homeowners in Phoenix

After concerns last fall that property tax cuts for commercial businesses would cause residential taxes to rise, Phoenix residents may be looking for ways to reduce their tax burden in 2016. The good news is that Proposition 117, a measure that passed in 2012 that took effect last year, guarantees that your property taxes won’t […]

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