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Striking the right balance and building trust are crucial components during a real estate transaction.
Knowing your local market will only give you an advantage.
There was a little feeling of fall in the air as I opened my front door very early this week – something intangible and impossible to describe but promising! It is the way I have also been feeling about real estate lately – as if something we have all been waiting for is just on the precipice of occurring. Dare I say it – a more balanced market on the horizon? Prices are continuing their slow but steady ascent and as we look at the “Heat Map” in the Long Realty Market Report we can see that things are beginning to even out inventory wise – slowly but surely.
While it is true that ‘all real estate is local’ it is also helpful to understand the larger picture and be mindful of how the real estate industry is performing overall – and for the purposes of this article, specifically the U.S. residential real estate market.
Greater Tucson’s residential real estate market had more sales and fewer new listings during May, according to the Tucson Association of Realtors’ Multiple Listing Service.
Long Mortgage is hosting a free public “webinar” Wednesday, Aug. 20, that examines mortgage lending changes resulting from legislation recently passed by Congress and signed into law by President Bush.
June 21, 2006 - Steve Long remembers stepping into the office of Long Realty Company at age 5 to watch his grandfather, the founder, work at an imposing, old-fashioned desk.
Real estate deals that implode- chances are, either you have experienced one or know someone who did. Here is a “best of” or more appropriately, “worst of” list of deal killers in the Northwest Tucson and how to avoid them.
As this issue is the “Best of the Northwest”, it seems appropriate for a toplist of real estate tips.
The Tucson area real estate market is on an upward trend! Compared to the same time last year, prices in the Foothills are up 11% and closings are up 29%. In Oro Valley prices are up 8% and closings are up 8%. The market is expected to continue its upward momentum in 2013.
A sign code question appears on the agenda for the Wednesday night meeting of the Oro Valley Town Council.
With the commercial real estate market in decline, many people wonder if it's hit rock bottom.
A local real estate agent has earned the “green” designation from the National Association of Realtors.
Judy Roedel, a 22-year real estate veteran, has joined The Long Realty Companies’ Northwest branch office, a release said.
August 2, 2006 - The recent cooling of Tucson's housing market is leading to a similar slowdown in commercial real estate, some experts say.
Like pink diamonds, real estate in the Northwest is coveted, expensive and increasingly rare.
(BPT) - The real estate market heats up when the weather does, and spring and summer are traditionally the most active seasons for home sales. This year, industry experts predict that home prices will continue to rise and, with mortgage rates remaining low, the spring and summer real estate season will be competitive for both buyers and sellers.
Finding the right REALTOR® is crucial to a smooth transaction. Our mission is simple – to provide the highest quality, old-fashioned customer service while pairing it with cutting-edge technology and resources to ensure the best possible experience for our clients.
John Gaw, 45, and Deanna Gaw, 42, were sentenced in Pinal County after pleading guilty to two counts of burglary, each.
Almost every person comes to a point in their life where they take the bold and courageous step to buy their first home. Having knowledgeable people who look out for your interests more than their own is something realtors Jay Lotoski and wife Hilary Backlund, of Long Realty Company, make their first priority.
Estate Planning is something that no one likes to talk about, but it’s one of the most important things to discuss regardless of the age or health of the person who is doing the planning. According to experts, roughly half of all Americans die without a will, or “intestate.”
There is an intelligent and intriguing tale waiting to be told about the ever-expanding world of information technology that we live in and the security pitfalls that come with reliance on that technology. The Fifth Estate awkwardly attempts to tell that story, but unfortunately ends up being just a bungled biography of WikiLeaks and its notorious founder, Julian Assange.