December 2013 Sedona Real Estate Market Update

I’ve got 100 excuses for why there isn’t a October or November version of this newsletter – but let’s just chalk it up to the REALLY busy market conditions.  Let’s start with the easy stats  – there are currenly 407 homes on the market in Sedona (areas 40-46), and a whopping 74 in escrow with [...] read more

September 2013 Sedona Real Estate Market Update

Fall weather is upon us – I say that loosely, as autumn here means that it’s after Monsoon Season, the humidity is back down to near zero and it’s 85 degrees during the day and in the low 50′s at night.  Perfect if you asked me… whether you like to hike, mountain bike, or just [...] read more

Uptown has highest value in all of Sedona?

As many of you know – as an Uptown Sedona resident, I’m likely to extoll the virtues of living in the area to all buyer clients.  Due to many factors, the Uptown Sedona valuations seem to be higher than the rest of town… and for the first time, I’ve run the numbers to prove that [...] read more

Canadian Buyers in Sedona

With the strength of the Canadian Dollar in 2013, it makes sense that more and more Canadian buyers are flocking into the Sedona Real Estate market.  Years ago Canadian buyers were rare, but buyers from Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver, Winterpeg (ahem, Winnepeg) and all over British Columbia are picking up winter homes in Sedona to escape [...] read more

June 2013 Sedona Real Estate Market Update

Summer is finally upon us and the hot days haven’t slowed down the white hot real estate market here in Sedona.  Inventory is down, sales are up, and prices are rising again.  It’s been a long time coming, but as with all things, real estate is a cyclical market this upswing has been years in [...] read more

May 2013 Sedona Real Estate Market Update

High season is in full swing and buyers are coming from all over to purchase properties as the slow but steady rise in values has started.  Our demographics regularly show people from all 50 states buying property – but I’m seeing an increase in the number of Alaskan license plates and Canadian license plates in [...] read more

March 2013 Sedona Real Estate Roundup

I regularly tell both buyers and sellers that high season starts sometime after Valentine’s day, so if you don’t see what you like during the winter, wait until the spring.  Sellers hold onto their listings and put them on the market now – to take advantage of the annual spring rush to purchase properties.  This [...] read more

February 2013 Sedona Real Estate Market Update

We’re on the cusp of the busy season here in Sedona – and within a few weeks the lid will blow open and you’ll see activity ramp up for the spring buying season.  Typically, local sellers hold off on listing their homes during the slow winter months and go live with listings at the end [...] read more

January 2013 Sedona Real Estate Market Update

Chilly winters days prevail (this week at least) and our cold winds tend to keep the buyers at bay.  Our cold snaps are temporary… as is our temporary slowdown in Sedona real estate buying.  The good news (for the market in general and for sellers) is that the number of available homes and vacant land [...] read more

November 2012 Sedona Real Estate Update

Our first fall/winter storm this past weekend seems to coincide with the slowdown of our local real estate market.  There are currently 409 residential units on the market, with69 of these already tied up with other buyers.  If you trim out the condos/patio homes/manufactured homes, there are only 256 single family homes that are truly [...] read more