simplySOLD

SimplySOLD is a boutique real estate brokerage firm located on the Camelback Corridor in Phoenix, Arizona that  focuses on the needs of residential buyers and sellers in the Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and the greater Valley of the Sun real estate market. Our clients include investors, the luxury buyers and sellers, Canadian and international buyers and those seeking to sell to them. We also provide commercial property real estate representation.

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N. Mark Kramoltz, JD, GRI, CIPS writes blog articles on the metro Phoenix, Arizona, national and global real estate markets. Written from his perspective as a designated broker and real estate attorney, his articles avoid the inaccuracies and vacuous industry propaganda common to most real estate writings. Due to his love of animals and military history, he also frequently writes about dogs, cats and horses that have played a role in military conflicts. Subscribe to his blog now!

Phoenix Number 1 for Buyers.

Phoenix Number 1 for Buyers.

The Phoenix metro area was the nation's top buyers' market as of October 2022. That is according to the Knock Buyer-Seller Market Index, which analyzes whether the nation's 100 largest markets favor home buyers or sellers. In Phoenix, a typical listing took 34 days to...

Consumer Housing Confidence Wanes.

Consumer Housing Confidence Wanes.

Four of five consumers describe buying conditions for homes as bad, a record in data going back to 1978, according to the University of Michigan's consumer sentiment survey for November. The erosion in perceived buying conditions is at the highest level in 40 years....

Housing Demand Disparities.

Housing Demand Disparities.

The East and West of the U.S. are two totally different buyer - seller markets. In the West, nine cities were among the top 10 buyers' markets in August. San Francisco-Oakland-Berkeley, California is number 1, Salt Lake City, Utah is number 2, and the Valley of the...

Arizona has a Deficit of 122,683 Homes.

Arizona has a Deficit of 122,683 Homes.

Arizona’s housing deficit has increased 1,377% since 2012 - representing 122,683 homes - according to a report by Washington, D.C.-based Up for Growth. Arizona didn’t have a housing deficit issue in 2012, but explosive growth and below par construction starts have...

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2720 East Camelback Road
Suite 150
Phoenix, AZ 85016
480-675-0112

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