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Matrix Appraisal Group has been servicing Maricopa County, AZ for more than 10 years.  We have written over 2,000 appraisal reports for several National Lenders.  We provide honest, unbiased high quality appraisal reports and are highly confident in our work. 

We cover most cities located in the following counties:

·         Maricopa County, AZ

We are located in Surprise, AZ and specialize in the following Cities:

·         Avondale

·         Buckeye

·         Glendale

·         Goodyear

·         Litchfield Park

·         Peoria

·         Sun City

·         Sun City West

·         Surprise

·         Waddell

·         Youngtown

If you are a home owner, real estate agent, trust holder or lawyer, we have you covered.  All of our reports are USPAP compliant, UAD compliant and we are also AI ready.  We have capabilities of delivering reports in the following formats:

·         PDF

·         XML

·         ENV

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Mtg Loan Rate APR
30-yr Fixed 3.65% 3.77%
15-yr Fixed 2.92% 3.07%
1-yr Adj 2.44% 3.03%
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February Home Prices, Tale of Two Coasts
4/27/2015 2:15 PM
U.S. home prices were up 0.7 percent from January to February according to the Home Price Index (HPI) report released by Black Knight Financial Services on Monday.  The HPI was at $242,000 for the month compared to $241,000 in January and was up 4.6 percent from the index level of $232,000 in February 2014. The gain in the HPI wa...Read More
Real Estate Great Investment, but Maybe not Right Now - Gallup
4/27/2015 9:59 AM
Although a press release last week about a Gallup survey showed Americans view real estate as a better long term investment than stocks, gold, savings accounts, or bonds, another report from the company indicates they are less enthusiastic about buying a ...Read More
Attorney on Quicken"s Lawsuit; Fixing Appraisal System; Final Rules on AMCs
4/25/2015 4:01 PM
Many lenders are watching this battle of industry frustration from the sidelines: Quicken vs. the DOJ, and vice versa. Prior to the government suing Quicken, Matthew Schwartz, a former federal prosecutor who is now a partner at Boies, Schiller & Flexner in New York, wrote, "Qui...Read More
HUD Changes Distressed Loan Sale Requirements
4/24/2015 4:09 PM
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is tweaking its bulk loan sales program to give distressed borrowers a better shot at staying in their homes.  HUD announced today that investors who purchase delinquent mortgages through the Department"s Distressed Asset Stabilization Program (DASP) will have to delay foreclosures ...Read More
Lenders give Mixed Reviews to new GSE, FHA Initiatives, Homeowner Education
4/24/2015 11:27 AM
Lenders appear at least moderately encouraged by new efforts on the part of Fannie Mae and FHA to lower the costs and increase the availability of mortgage financing.  Fannie Mae"s most recent quarterly Mortgage Lender Sentiment Survey, conducted in February found about 2/3s of lenders thought the initiatives would be beneficial...Read More
Survey Says: Real Estate is The Best Long-Term Investment
4/24/2015 9:57 AM
Apparently all is forgiven and forgotten and Americans are again embracing real estate as more than just shelter.  For the second year in a row a Gallup telephone survey conducted in April found Americans think it is the best kind of long-term investment. Investing in real estate outstripped stocks, gold, traditional savi...Read More
Cash-outs Affecting Negative Equity Trends
4/23/2015 1:32 PM
A second company has now reported a recent increase in the number of underwater residential properties in the U.S.  Last month Corelogic said that approximately 172,000 homes slipped from positive to negative equity in the fourth quarter of 2014, a change the company called "seasonal."  Today RealtyTrac reported an increas...Read More
New Home Sales didn"t Match February Pace
4/23/2015 1:25 PM
New home sales settled down a bit in March after a dramatic surge in the Northeast in February that drove national sales figures up nearly 8 percent.  The Census Bureau and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development reported today that sales of newly constructed single family homes in March were at a seasonally adjusted ann...Read More
Freddie"s Multi Market Indicator Recovers from January Stumble
4/23/2015 9:20 AM
Freddie Mac"s Multi-Indicator Market Index (MiMi) for February shows that the U.S. housing market continues to stabilize and has recovered from a slight stumble - what Freddie Mac had called "the winter doldrums" - in January.  The MiMi tracks the top 100 housing markets in the country and 60 percent are now showing an improving ...Read More
Home Prices Overtaking Pre-Crash Peak
4/23/2015 9:17 AM
Home prices nationally are now within 3 percent of the peak they reached in March 2007.  The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) released its purchase only Home Price Index (HPI) for February showing that home prices increased 0.7 percent on a seasonally adjusted basis compared to January and were 5.4 percent higher than in Feb...Read More