Fixer upper in Central Park neighborhood just a few minutes walk to Downtown Phoenix

→  October 29th, 2012  →  Blog Downtown Phoenix Homes Urban Properties

Fixer with some architectural appeal.  Great opportunity for a handyman type who could give the place the makeover they desire or also would make a great rental property for an Investor. Extremely convenient Central Park location, just a few minutes walk to Chase Field, US Airways Center, CityScape and of course the Metro Light Rail.  Also, […]

Brick bungalow on two lushly landscaped lots near Phoenix Country Club

→  September 7th, 2012  →  Blog Downtown Phoenix Homes HUD Homes in Phoenix Urban Properties

1940 Brick Bungalow in an eclectic neighborhood adjacent to the Idylwilde Park Historic District in Central Phoenix.  Interior has been modernized and exterior is amazing with a combination of large beautiful trees and rusted steel sculptures and fences.  The interior features polished concrete floors throughout, updated bathrooms and kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 1.75 baths in […]

1935 Central Phoenix Bungalow for sale

Home needs some work, but could be very charming place.  Hardwood floors, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1400 + sq ft of living space on a 6800 sq ft lot.  The property is located near 24th St & Palm Ln. in Central Phoenix. This is a HUD owned home which can be purchased with as little as 3.5% […]

Properties currently for sale in Downtown Phoenix

We have put together some handy search tools for you, which will give you the same ability that Real Estate Agents have to view properties that are currently for sale.  There are quick searches set up for Homes, Condos, even Commercial properties in Downtown Phoenix.  Simply click on the link or links below that apply […]

Inventory of “distressed properties” shrinking in Downtown Phoenix

The number of bank owned homes and “short sales” available in most Downtown Phoenix neighborhoods has been consistently shrinking over the last year or so.  The inventory of ‘homes on the market” in general is at a level not seen since the “boom years”.  For those homebuyers or investors still seeking to find a “distressed […]