The Phoenix Spring Selling Season Couldn’t Wait…

February 26th, 2016
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Phoenix’s spring selling season is underway! Continue reading…

A Phoenix Area Foreclosure Needn’t Disqualify Responsible Applicants

February 23rd, 2016
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There is encouraging news for some prospective homeowners with a foreclosure in their recent past: more common sense seems to have entered the picture. Continue reading…

10 Common Title Problems

October 30th, 2015

Have you ever wondered why you need title insurance? Your home may be new to you, but every property has a history. A thorough title search
can help uncover any title defects tied to your property. And, subject to the terms of the policy, your title insurance provides protection
for you from the title problems that may become known after you close your transaction. Some of these common title issues are: Continue reading…

Foreign Investors Beware – FIRPTA

July 16th, 2015
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If you are a foreign person or non-resident alien purchasing or selling real estate in Arizona you need to be aware of the section of the residential purchase contract that explains your potential tax obligations. Continue reading…

Fireworks Around Phoenix This Independence Day 2015

July 2nd, 2015

The 4th of July is this weekend! If you’re looking for a fireworks show in the Phoenix area, we’ve tried to compile a complete list of the best of the best below. We can’t really say which show is going to be the best for you, but there are a bunch of shows to choose from this year, so we know you won’t have trouble finding one. Continue reading…

10 Reasons The Heat in Arizona is Not So Bad

June 25th, 2015
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It’s hard to find a place in the U.S. that doesn’t have less than perfect weather. Although beautiful, California has earthquakes,Texas and Oklahoma have tornadoes, Florida has hurricanes, Colorado has snow, Louisiana has flooding, and Arizona has four months of hot weather. So, pick your poison. Continue reading…

Father’s Day Gifts Ideas

June 17th, 2015
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According to the History Channel, on July 19th, 1910, the governor of the U.S state of Washington proclaimed the nation’s first Father’s Day. However, it was not until 1972, 58 year’s after President Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day official, that the day became a nationwide holiday in the United States, and me the happy recipient of many a gift. Continue reading…

Smoking Ban in Tempe, Arizona

June 9th, 2015
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Tempe’s City Council has just passed an ordinance to fine smokers driving with a minor in the car. This fine includes all kinds of smoking, including smokers using e-cigarettes. Continue reading…