Millennial Home Buyers Jumping Into Phoenix Market

Dated: March 24 2015

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The latest data was released from ASU's W.P. Carey School of Business and word is out... Millennial Buyers are finally jumping into the real estate market here in Scottsdale and Phoenix.  We are especially excited by this, as many of Dwellings agents specialize in helping millennial buyers.  Several of us are millennials ourselves, so we hope to be a big resource for them as more and more get involved in Buying Arizona Real Estate.


Let us know if we can help you in your home purchase... We would love to provide all the tools and advice for your first time Buying experience.  Click the image below to take you to AZ Central's website, watch the video, and read the full article.


If you are a millennial and plan to buy your first home this year start your search anywhere in Greater Phoenix or Scottsdale HERE!


Full Article HERE

Phoenix and Scottsdale Millennial Buyers


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Eric Tont

With a degree in Integrated Systems Engineering from The Ohio State University, Eric Tont has been able to apply an analytical mindset towards his real estate career. His ability to review neighborho....

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