The housing market in the Phoenix area has returned to normal historic levels for foreclosures. Also, prices are up 26 percent. Mike Orr, director of the Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, will bring us up to date on the Phoenix-area housing market.
The housing market could be coming back to life in the Valley. Inventories are down, foreclosures are down, and prices could soon be up. Real Estate Reporter Catherine Reagor of the Arizona Republic will give an update.
The Civil Justice Clinic, part of ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, has established a Homeowner Advocacy Unit that will provide legal assistance to homeowners facing mortgage fraud and foreclosure, while giving law students an opportunity to gain real-life legal experience. Director of the unit, Mary Ellen Natale and ASU law students Barbara Strnad and Kyle Robertson discuss the program.
For the first time in two years, foreclosures represent less than 30% of all existing home transactions in the Phoenix-area housing market. ASU Real Estate Professor Emeritus Jay Butler discusses the latest trends and statistics.
Nearly half of the existing homes sold in the Valley last month were foreclosures. That’s a new high for the year. ASU real estate
professor Jay Butler discusses how foreclosures are impacting the area’s housing market.
In the current real estate market, more people are facing foreclosure and bankruptcy. Attorney Diane Drain, a real estate and bankruptcy specialist, explains how homeowners can avoid foreclosure and, if necessary, file for bankruptcy.
In the current real estate market, more people are facing foreclosure and bankruptcy. Attorney Diane Drain, who specializes in both real estate and bankruptcy, explains how homeowners can avoid foreclosure and, if necessary, how to file for bankruptcy.
Interest rates are on the rise and homeowners who took advantage of Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARM) in recent years are feeling the financial pinch. And according to experts, foreclosures in the Valley are climbing at an alarming rate. Jay Butler, Director of the ASU Real Estate Center, will talk about today's housing market and the numerous homeowners left reeling.