Pending Homes Sales for The Flagstaff Area and Sold Homes in March
With the world and the country in the grips of a pandemic not seen before in our life-time, we thought it would be best to try and answer some questions regarding the COVID-19/Coronavirus issues when it comes to the real estate market here in Northern Arizona. We have had
The largest and most common challenge with older homes is that they’re, well, old -- and thus often lack the modern features of most other homes, such as safer and more efficient appliances, plumbing, windows...
The Flagstaff real estate market was very strong during the month of February. There were 64 single-family homes sold in February, up dramatically from the 44 sold one year ago.
Like many industries, real estate has been impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19). Find out what's happening in Flagstaff Real Estate during the coronavirus pandemic.
If you're interested in buying or selling home, here's how the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting the real estate market in Flagstaff and Northern Arizona.
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Most of the time when buyers are looking for property in Doney Park, they are looking because the area offers fantastic views of the San Francisco Peaks, large lot sizes, horse privileges and convenience to forest trailheads for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
If the sales report for the first month of the year is any indication of what’s in store for Flagstaff real estate, 2020 is going to be a busy one.
In a booming real estate market like Flagstaff, new homes are being built all the time, including communities like Woodshire on Butler.