Eric Karlene

Eric Karlene

SA630328000 Certified Distressed Property Expert English
11211 N. Tatum Boulevard Ste. 120 Phoenix AZ 85028
(602) 492-2897


1/11 AZ Market Update

By Madison Jensen - January 11, 2022
1/11  AZ Market Update   “Buy land, they’re not making it anymore.” ~Mark Twain    “Econ 101 taught us about supply and demand. To measure the health of the real estate market we look at new listings AKA supply, and new pendings AKA demand. When demand out paces supply, prices go up. This has been good news for a lot of sellers over the past several

12/14/ 2021 Market Update

By Madison Jensen - December 14, 2021
    When you are asked, “How is the market?” what do you say? Is it a great time to buy? Is it a great time to sell? Is it a great time to be a homeowner? I would say yes to all of those. The data supports the continued growth, continued strength, and continued appreciation – just at a slower rate.   Despite that housing still faces continuing challenges; low in

11/10/2021 AZ Market Update

By Madison Jenson - November 10, 2021
While the company that we love to hate is struggling, we are all left on the sidelines guessing what will happen next. This is not the end of iBuying, nor is it the end of Zillow, and this certainly does not mean the market is crashing (the price reductions are only bringing the asking price down to market value). It may mean that Wall Street investors decided profitability is important and it is

11/3/2021 AZ Market Update

By Madison Blean - November 03, 2021
Could it really be possible that we are overbuilding? But what about the extreme undersupply of housing stock? NAR said we have a national deficit of over 5 million units. Economist, Dr. Peter Linneman says have a 2-3 million unit shortage. Wall Street housing analyst, Ivy Zelman says the deficit is less than one million units. These are all credible sources so how do we make sense of this? Perspe

9/22/2021 Market Update

By Madison Blean-Jenson - September 22, 2021
    Looking at housing, things look good and the market is attempting to normalize, but we do not see the whole picture. Wall Street, federal policy, a worldwide pandemic, labor, and supply chain shortages also impact housing. But there is still more to consider: the intense and seemingly ever-increasing battle between the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the National Association of Rea

09-16-2021 Market Update

By Madison Blean - September 16, 2021
9/15  Market Update   Real estate creates wealth. It has created long-lasting, multi-generational wealth, and it has done the opposite. Why? Appreciation. Home price appreciation, overtime, benefits everyone.   There is a lot of talk about softening, normalization, moderating, weakening, etc. They all mean the same thing; the real estate market is calming down. But before you exh

9/9/2021 Market Update

By Madison Blean - September 09, 2021
9/9 Market Update   Inventory levels are up but not enough. Home price appreciation is starting to slow but not by very much. Mortgage rates remain low, but did everyone refinance last year? Conditions are improving but the market isn’t healthy, yet, but it is on its way. Remember when 8% appreciation was a lot? 2018 and 2019 each had 8% appreciation. That feels like a lifetime ago.

9/3/2021 Market Update

By Madison Blean - September 03, 2021
9/3 Market Update     Residential real estate pulled our economy out of the shortest recession in history. As last year’s market frenzy cools, the severe imbalance of supply and demand lessens and prices continue to increase, just at a slower rate. According to the 2020 US Census, housing units increased by 6.7% while population grew by 7.4%; both were declines from previous dec

8/25 Market Update

By Madison Blean - August 25, 2021
8/25 Market Update     Today is all about the AZ Market     Supply & Demand: Supply is all of the properties; demand is all of the humans. The relationship between supply and demand dictates pricing in all sectors. There are influences that solely impact supply or demand, but those influences do not directly change sales prices. Mortgage interest rates influence dem

8/13 Market Update

By Madison Blean - August 13, 2021
8/13 Market Update     It’s earnings season so the headlines are dominated by big business quarterly revenue numbers. Wall Street and residential real estate have a bumpy history. In 2011 the market bottomed with a median sales price of $107,000 in greater Phoenix. Since 2014 we have been in a seller’s market and the recovery was slow. For a time, real estate felt local a



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