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    Brad Daniels helped me buy a home in Mesa in 2006, at the peak of the market frenzy. As a first time home buyer, I didn't know much about the process and Brad coached me through the entire process. He asked a lot of questions to determine what I wanted, and... (more)


    Brad Daniels took the time to ensure that this first-time home buyer had every question answered, every detail taken care of, and no stress during the entirety of the process. I couldn't have wished for a more impressive, attentive agent to help get me into... (more)


    Brad Daniels was very helpful in the search for our home. He is very professional and knowledgable is when viewing homes. I have recommended him to other and will continue to do so in the future.

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    Early Move-Out Due to Abuse by Christopher Combs.

    Question: Eight months ago my husband and I signed a one-year $1,200 month lease for a condominium in Peoria. We have lived there with our four-year-old and six-year-old sons. Although my husband has been verbally and physically abusive to me almost from the beginning of our marriage, I am used to it. My husband is […]

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    I can help you save thousands with iBuyers

    Selling a home is an important life event and you should be assisted by a professional who is looking out for your best interest. In today’s market you have a number of different options when selling. The BRAD DANIELS Team will assist you with analyzing the Pros and Cons of selling your home to an […]

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    More than 46 percent of Phoenix-area renters pay more than 30 percent of their income for a place to live

    Apartment rents climbed faster in metro Phoenix than anywhere in the U.S. during the past year. The average monthly cost to rent in the Valley jumped 8.1 percent, more than twice the rate U.S. rents climbed. That increase added $103 to the average apartment renter’s monthly bill, according to national apartment research firm RealPage. The […]

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    BREAKING NEWS for our Veterans!!!

    The Department of Veterans Affairs will now guarantee no-downpayment loans above the Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac conforming loan limit under the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act, signed into law by President Trump Tuesday night. H.R. 299 eliminates the cap on VA home loans, which means that qualified homebuyers can now borrow above the agency’s standard […]

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    Mortgage Payments Drop $50 per Month on a Median Priced Home…ListingsUnder Contract Up 19% in 5 Weeks!

    Buyers got a break last month as 30-year mortgage rates dropped significantly from an average of 4.41% to 4.08%, which is the lowest they have been since January 2018.  On a $267,000 home (the median sales price in Greater Phoenix) the drop equated to nearly $50 per month in savings on principal and interest, which […]

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    Showing this beautiful new home today in Queen Creek

    I’m very excited to show this beautiful model home to some awesome buyers today. Built by one of the most trusted names in luxury home building, Toll Brothers. The Costellana model I’m showing today features 3 to 5 bedrooms, 2 – 3 Bathrooms, one 1/2 bath, 4 car + Garage and is 3461 SqFt of […]

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    List Price Reductions up 24% in Greater Phoenix, Up 42% in Some Areas

    For Buyers: A weak 4th quarter for sales in 2018 has resulted in 11,874 price reductions in the first 5 weeks of 2019.  That’s 24% higher than this same time last year.  Price reductions on listings between $200K-$500K specifically are up 40%.  The most notable price range with a 42% increase is $200K-$250K. This may […]

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    A well-written letter and $25 could win you a $1.7 million mansion in Canada

    What do you do if your home isn’t selling like you thought it would? Alla Wagner of Alberta, Canada, isn’t waiting for an offer. Instead she’s offering her $1.7 million home as a prize in an essay contest. For a $25 entry fee ($18.73 in US money), and a well-penned letter, one lucky winner will get […]

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    STUDY: Scottsdale ranks No.1 in U.S. for job seekers

        Scottsdale is a hot market for job hunters, according to a new study by WalletHub The Washington, D.C.-based financial advice website compared more than 180 cities with 30 metrics concerning job-market strength. Metrics included job opportunities, employment growth, access to employee benefits, housing affordability and transit score. Scottsdale Scottsdale scored well for pay […]

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    What to Expect if Federal Government Shuts Down

    Flood Insurance An extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is currently attached to the CR. Without an extension, NFIP cannot sell flood insurance policies after midnight on December 21. Existing policies will not be affected until 30 days after their renewal date. Homebuyers will be able to assume existing policies and claims will […]

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