If you own your home, you need a CMA, or Comparative Market Analysis, annually. A CMA will offer you a clear picture of how your home stacks up to other recently sold comparable properties located nearby. This is especially important in the Arizona real estate market, which has been on the rise; you ... » Learn More about Are You a Homeowner? Why You Need a CMA Today.
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As a Tenant, you’ve probably been there. Sometimes neighbors can get a little loud, be it from loud music at a party or maintenance work such as mowing the grass. It can be difficult to gauge what to do in these situations, so here are some tips on how to handle it. First, assess the ... » Learn More about Dealing with a Noisy Neighbor
Roof leaks. Flooding. Burst pipes. Storm damage... As a homeowner, it’s possible that you could encounter any number of situations that result in necessary roof and wall repairs for your condo or townhouse unit. The good news is, your HOA may be responsible for some or all of the repairs since the ... » Learn More about Kelsey’s Tip: Roof and Wall Repairs & Your HOA’s Responsibility
Hopefully your home has never been vandalized. If you own investment properties, you have multiple investments to protect. While it’s probably not the first thing on your mind when it comes to your properties, when vandalism happens there is first a feeling of violation, whether you’re a Landlord or ... » Learn More about Dealing with Vandalism
We’re finally starting to see some “cooler” weather,, which brings the topics of winterizing in Arizona to many residents’ minds! Winterizing refers to getting your pools, pipes and plants prepared for winter. Our winters here in metro Phoenix aren’t so extreme, but we do have some higher elevations ... » Learn More about Winterizing in Arizona