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10 Creepy Real Estate Stories That’ll Make You Gasp With Fear…or Laughter!

Sometimes the scariest thing in the job of a real estate agent isn’t a mile long inspection report detailing foundation issues, or seeing your buyer pull up in a new car before their mortgage is approved. From the just plain weird to the downright freaky, the crazy situations agents find themselves in would surprise anyone who hasn’t been in the biz. Below is a curated list of stories from fellow real estate agents who dared to share the spookiest, creepiest things they’ve come across when out listing and selling homes. Some can probably be explained away, while others are just downright funny…and a few will leave you scratching your head and wondering about the existence of “the other side”…

Come experience Midtown Urban Neighborhood living in Phoenix’s Fairview Place Historic Neighborhood!

Welcome Home to the Fairview Place Historic Neighborhood. This lovely 2 bedroom+/1 bath home has many original elements including wood flooring, coved ceilings, windows and milk door. Long-term owner constantly updated and upgraded (see documents tab). New paint, water heater, refreshed bath...move-in ready. Bonus room has separate entrance that could be converted into a 3rd bedroom, home gym or home office. Detached one car garage with extra storage/ potential workshop area, plenty of parking, RV gate and room to expand. Wonderful active no HOA neighborhood is close to everything (Downtown, light rail, I-17, I-10, Encanto Park, arts, sports, fair, shows, shops, salons and restaurants!).

Good News for Homebuyers—New Listings up 6.5 Percent in July

Low inventory in markets across the country have been driving up prices and creating bidding wars, making it extremely difficult for many potential buyers to successfully find and purchase homes. But it looks like things are (finally!) starting to look up for buyers. According to realtor.com’s Monthly Housing Report for July 2021, while inventory is still low, more homes are starting to hit the...

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