Arizona Bidding Wars offer SELLERS a chance to MOVE UP

Dated: 02/27/2013

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Have you been waiting for the right time to sell your home and MOVE UP to a bigger one? Well, now is your time! In a recent Market Watch Article, it indicates that the states that were hit the hardest during the market slump are on the come back, and ARIZONA is one of them!


“There are already signs that sellers are trying to make the most of the latest wave of buyer demand. Median asking prices in some markets, including Phoenix and San Francisco, were up more than 20% in January from a year ago, according to Realtor.com. And experts say more sellers will probably list their properties this coming spring (a peak season for home purchases).”


Inventory low, mortgage rates STILL at an all time low equals the “perfect storm” for bidding wars on homes that are priced right and for sale! The so-called distressed home sales are on the decline and traditional sellers are eager to unload their current home they have patiently outgrown and MOVE UP to a nicer neighborhood with more bedrooms and room for their families to grow for years to come.

If this is you, The Asanovich Team can offer you a FREE Quick Over-The-Net Home Evaluation HERE! or call us at 480.518.0286!



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Richard Ashby

Ric Ashby is the Designated Broker and founder of Ashby Realty Group, LLC. Prior to forming the Ashby Realty Group, Ric was the top sales person for the third largest Real Estate company in Arizona (....

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