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Phoenix housing market crash could bring prices down 25%, report says

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Interest rates are sky-high, while overall affordability in the Valley is at record lows. Now that the housing market is beginning to cool off, a major investment firm is giving an ominous look at Phoenix’s housing market.The New York Post first obtained the memo from Goldman Sachs that said four U.S. cities, including Phoenix, could see a “seismic” cra...

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) - Interest rates are sky-high, while overall affordability in the Valley is at record lows. Now that the housing market is beginning to cool off, a major investment firm is giving an ominous look at Phoenix’s housing market.

The New York Post first obtained the memo from Goldman Sachs that said four U.S. cities, including Phoenix, could see a “seismic” crash like the 2008 Great Recession in the coming year. The three other cities include San Jose, CA; San Diego, CA; and Austin, TX. While most experts, including Goldman Sachs, agree that the housing market is beginning to normalize after pandemic-driven demand, there is still a lot of uncertainty.

Arizona’s Family got the report which forecasted 2023 and 2024 housing prices to fall the most in the West, where many mortgage payments claim half or more of a monthly income. Cities like Chicago and Philadelphia should see increases instead, although they’re expected to be nominal when comparing income. A Consumer Price Index from November showed prices increased 12.1% year-over-year.

Fortunately, it’s not all bad news. Goldman Sachs is calling for a “gradual return of affordability” as part of the report. Firm researchers say that households should experience higher incomes, outweighing any effects that high mortgage rates are having on the housing market. “While higher mortgage rates weigh on affordability, we expect strong nominal income growth,” the report detailed. Right now, metro Phoenix is dealing with the highest inflation rate compared to any other developed area.

Local real estate experts disagree with the outlook from Goldman Sachs, saying this year could bring a collapse similar to 2008. “That crash in our market was driven a lot by practices of the lending institutes,” Arizona Realtors vice President Sindy Ready said. “They weren’t verifying income, and people could buy multiple houses. “That just can’t happen now because of regulations in lending. They’re much stricter.”

Ready says the market in Arizona is leveling right now. It’s allowing buyers to get back into the market. She says while the prices have dropped, they won’t crash like they did 15 years ago. “We’re seeing a market adjustment everybody agrees with that, just not to the speculation of 2007-2008 and what we dealt with then,” she explained.

She adds the high-interest rates have also pushed investors out of the market. As a result, people buying a home to live in have less competition as the investors sit out and avoid buying houses to flip or rent for profit. “We feel like we have a very strong market in Phoenix and in Arizona in general,” she said.

Declines are also being seen by Valley home builders as long as you’re staying away from luxury markets. “Very good deals are to be had with builders,” Tina Tamboer with Cromford Report said. “But, some areas like right like Phoenix, Chandler, and Glendale are in balanced markets--still very good for buyers. Then you have the northeast like Scottsdale, Fountain Hills, Cave Creek; those areas are still in seller’s markets. So, the luxury markets are still doing very well.”

Earlier this month, Arizona Family spoke with the Arizona Association of Realtors, who said that sellers are currently helping buyers buy down those high-interest rates. Another thing to keep in mind is that mortgage interest is tax deductible for primary homes. Another bargaining tool is knowing that homes are staying on the market significantly longer than they have been during the pandemic. Home sales are down 45% in the Phoenix metro area from Dec. 2021 to Dec. 2022.

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Here are metro Phoenix's best Super Bowl 2023 watch parties and the deals they're offering

Bars and restaurants across the Valley are hosting Super Bowl watch parties on Sunday, Feb. 12. Catch the Big Game with fellow football fans — and anyone who wants to debate whether Rihanna’s performance lives up to the hype — at bars, restaurants and venues that are pulling out all the stops.Here's your guide to the best 2023 Super Bowl 57 watch parties in metro Phoenix.The Super Bowl Experience at Margaret T. Hance ParkThe first-ever official Super Bowl Watch Party takes place downtow...

Bars and restaurants across the Valley are hosting Super Bowl watch parties on Sunday, Feb. 12. Catch the Big Game with fellow football fans — and anyone who wants to debate whether Rihanna’s performance lives up to the hype — at bars, restaurants and venues that are pulling out all the stops.

Here's your guide to the best 2023 Super Bowl 57 watch parties in metro Phoenix.

The Super Bowl Experience at Margaret T. Hance Park

The first-ever official Super Bowl Watch Party takes place downtown at Margaret T. Hance Park where the Super Bowl Experience will feature local food trucks, games and music throughout Super Bowl weekend, culminating in a massive watch party.

The Super Bowl will air on Fox in English and on Fox Deportes in Spanish, beginning at 4:30 p.m. MST. The FOX broadcast will be shown at Hance Park on what they claim are the largest LED screens in the state of Arizona.

Gates open at 11 a.m. for the ultimate tailgate experience before the free watch party. Be sure to bring your own folding chair.

Talking Stick Resort

The Big Game Viewing Party takes place in the Salt River Grand Ballroom, hosted by Fox Sports 910AM. In addition to nachos and wings, the party will feature specialty sandwiches inspired by both teams. Fans can enter cash drawings and take part in jersey giveaways and squares. The event will also feature celebrity appearances from athletes Bo Jackson and Doug Flutie.

Details: Starts at 2 p.m. at 9800 Talking Stick Way, Salt River Reservation. 480- 850-7777, talkingstickresort.com.

Desert Ridge Marketplace

Catch the game on huge outdoor LED screens at The District Stage and The Courtyard near Copper Blues Live. The tailgate event is free and open to the public. Guests can enter to win giveaways each quarter or try to guess the number of footballs in the game day box to win the ultimate prize. The newly-implemented “Sip and Stroll” program allows guests to get a drink from participating restaurants to enjoy during the game.

Details: 4:30-8:30 p.m. Desert Ridge Marketplace, 21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Phoenix. shopdesertridge.com/event/gameday.

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Twin Peaks

The hunting lodge-themed sports bar known for its 29-degree draft beers invites guests to watch Super Bowl LVII on wall-to-wall TVs. Gift card prizes will be given away during each quarter.

Tempe Marketplace

A jumbo LED screen will turn the outdoor Tempe Marketplace into a Super Bowl party for guests of all ages. The event will feature a DJ, corn hole games, field goal challenges, a football toss and chances to win prizes up to $5,000 in value. Tempe Marketplace is also participating in the new “Sip and Stroll” program.

Details: Starts at 3 p.m. Tempe Marketplace, 2000 E. Rio Salado Pkwy., Tempe. tempemarketplace.com/game.

The Bar Gilbert

Watch the game and enjoy buckets of beer at The Bar Gilbert. Buckets are $15 for domestic bottles, $20 for premium bottles and $25 with Nütrl Seltzers. Add a burger and fries for just $10.

Details: 366 N. Gilbert Road, Gilbert. thebarphx.com/gilbert2.

Pedal Haus

The Chandler location of Pedal Haus Brewery is offering a number of game-day deals, including $4 Day Drink Light Lagers, $5 Haus Margaritas, half-off wings and $4 loaded potato skins from 3 p.m. until closing. Guests can watch the game on more than a dozen large-screen TVs on the restaurant patio.

Details: Starts at 3 p.m. 95 W. Boston Street, Chandler. pedalhausbrewery.com.

Dave & Buster's Tempe

Dave & Buster's at Tempe Marketplace is hosting an Ultimate Watch Party on Super Bowl Sunday. The restaurant will offer $2.99 pints of beer and a huge game-day buffet. Avid fans can watch the game on massive TVs with immersive audio. Tickets are currently $49.99 per person and will be $59.99 if purchased after Feb. 5.

Mavrix

The Scottsdale entertainment center is hosting a watch party with multiple experience options for Super Bowl 57. The game will be broadcast on dozens of 4K TVs inside the Trophy Room Grill and on Mavrix’s 20-foot outdoor jumbotron. The Jack Daniel’s Patio and Trophy Room packages include reserved tables to watch the game and custom cocktails. Each package also includes Mavrix’s Four Quarters of Food feast, which includes buffalo chicken quesadillas, spinach artichoke dip, loaded roasted potato wedges, a build-your-own nacho bar and more. Festivities start at 4 p.m.

Details: 9139 E. Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale. mavrix.com.

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Report: Bucks have been given permission to talk to Jae Crowder

Jae Crowder may be the most likely player to be traded at the deadline. The Suns need a shake-up (and to get Devin Booker back), and they are sitting on a $10.2 million player that is not helping them on the court and has yet to bring back any trade value they want.We may have movement on that front, ...

Jae Crowder may be the most likely player to be traded at the deadline. The Suns need a shake-up (and to get Devin Booker back), and they are sitting on a $10.2 million player that is not helping them on the court and has yet to bring back any trade value they want.

We may have movement on that front, based on reports from Shams Charania of The Athletic.

In a new development, the Suns have given permission to the Bucks to meet with Crowder and they met over the weekend, league sources tell The Athletic. The Bucks are believed to be the only team that has received permission to visit one-on-one with Crowder, those sources have also indicated…

Both the Suns and Bucks have engaged in serious trade talks for months, with current proposals surrounding Jordan Nwora, George Hill, Serge Ibaka and second-round draft compensation to Phoenix for Crowder, according to sources. The Bucks and Suns have searched for a third team to provide Phoenix with a forward – so what outcome will emerge between now and next Thursday?

Those talks between the Bucks and Crowder likely focused on his role on the team this season (backup four) and possibly re-signing him after this season (he will be a free agent).

Crowder has sat out the season after asking for a trade but is still a Sun because Phoenix head of basketball operations James Jones had a very specific ask in the trade — a forward with a similar skill set to Crowder. It’s tough to trade like-for-like in the league, so nothing has happened. It’s also why that offer from the Bucks doesn’t seem the fit the Suns want. Nwora is a forward but a fringe rotation player, Hill can help with some backup point guard minutes, but nothing really moves the needle for Phoenix. The problem is the Suns have waited so long to get a trade done that Crowder’s value has gone down — by the time he is traded, works his way back into game shape, then steps on the court for his new team he’ll be lucky to play 30 games in the regular season. Teams aren’t going to give up as much for a rental.

The report states the Heat also are interested, which is not a shock they want a P.J. Tucker-like player at the four and Crowder fits the bill, but putting together a trade that works for both sides is difficult (unless the Suns suddenly fell in love with Duncan Robinson, which would be a bigger trade). The Hawks come up, but there is a growing sense around the league that the new Landry Fields-led front office is less inclined to trade John Collins, and they may ride with him at the four.

It’s likely Crowder gets traded somewhere at the deadline and the Bucks maybe make the most sense, but this deal could have been done long ago if the sides wanted to.

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MOST ACCURATE FORECAST: Tracking the next storm

Copy This Embed Code: Ad PHOENIX — As rain and snow fall across our state on Monday and Tuesday, we'll be in ABC15 Weather Action Mode.The next winter storm will bring a blast of colder air, windy rain and snow to the state to start off the week.Winds could carry gusts near 40 mph across northern Arizona. Here in the Valley, expect breezes to be at their strongest between the lunch and dinnertime hours. At times we could see peak wind gusts near 25 mph.Temperatures will drop nearly 10 degrees f...

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PHOENIX — As rain and snow fall across our state on Monday and Tuesday, we'll be in ABC15 Weather Action Mode.

The next winter storm will bring a blast of colder air, windy rain and snow to the state to start off the week.

Winds could carry gusts near 40 mph across northern Arizona. Here in the Valley, expect breezes to be at their strongest between the lunch and dinnertime hours. At times we could see peak wind gusts near 25 mph.

Temperatures will drop nearly 10 degrees for the start of next week with highs in the upper 50s. In the high country expect temperatures to be in the low 30s.

Precipitation estimates show the Valley could see a tenth to a quarter of an inch of rain throughout the day on Monday and Tuesday.

Up north, the snow level could go as low as 5,000 feet and our highest elevations like Flagstaff could pick up anywhere from three to four inches of snow from Monday morning through Tuesday night. Other spots like Show Low and Payson are only expected to get an inch of snow.

2023 Rainfall totals:

Sky Harbor Official Rainfall: 1.03" (+0.21" from average)

Valley Average (Phoenix Rainfall Index): 1.23"

2022 Rainfall totals:

Sky Harbor Official Rainfall: 5.78" (-1.44" from average)

Valley Average (Phoenix Rainfall Index): 7.02"

Daily rainfall reports from all across the Valley can be found here.__________________________________________

PHOENIX IS GETTING DRIER - LOWER RAINFALL AVERAGES NOW

Average Monsoon Rainfall in Phoenix (1981-2010): 2.71" of rain

NEW Average Monsoon Rainfall in Phoenix (1991-2020): 2.43" of rain

Average Yearly Rainfall in Phoenix (1981-2010): 8:03" of rain

NEW Average Yearly Rainfall in Phoenix (1991-2020): 7.22" of rain__________________________________________

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Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie Will Play a Concert in Phoenix This Fall

Headbangers, start conditioning those neck muscles.Today's big concert announcement is the 2023 Freaks on Parade Tour, a co-headlining tour with Rob Zombie and Phoenix's own Alice Cooper. Industrial pioneers Ministry and alt-rockers Filter are also on the bill.The tour will stop at west Phoenix's Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre (the venue formerly known as Ak-Chin Pavilion) at 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 24, as the final concert of the run.Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Arizona time on Friday, February 3, on the ...

Headbangers, start conditioning those neck muscles.

Today's big concert announcement is the 2023 Freaks on Parade Tour, a co-headlining tour with Rob Zombie and Phoenix's own Alice Cooper. Industrial pioneers Ministry and alt-rockers Filter are also on the bill.

The tour will stop at west Phoenix's Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre (the venue formerly known as Ak-Chin Pavilion) at 6 p.m. on Sunday, September 24, as the final concert of the run.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Arizona time on Friday, February 3, on the Live Nation website. Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning 10 a.m. Arizona time on Tuesday, January 31, at 10 a.m. local time until 10 p.m. Thursday, February 2 at 10 p.m. local time through the Citi Entertainment program.

The full tour schedule is:

Thu Aug 24 – Dallas, TX – Dos Equis Pavilion Sat Aug 26 – Tampa, FL – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre Sun Aug 27 – West Palm Beach, FL – iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre Tue Aug 29 – Raleigh, NC – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek Wed Aug 30 – Virginia Beach, VA – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater Fri Sep 01 – Tinley Park, IL – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Sat Sep 02 – Des Moines, IA – Wells Fargo Arena Tue Sep 05 – Clarkston, MI – Pine Knob Music Theatre Wed Sep 06 – Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage Fri Sep 08 – Scranton, PA – The Pavilion at Montage Mountain Sat Sep 09 – Wantagh, NY – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater Sun Sep 10 – Hartford, CT – The XFINITY Theatre Tue Sep 12 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena Sat Sep 16 - Englewood, CO - Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre * Tue Sep 19 – Ridgefield, WA – RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater Wed Sep 20 – Auburn, WA – White River Amphitheatre Fri Sep 22 – Concord, CA – Concord Pavilion Sat Sep 23 – Anaheim, CA – Honda Center Sun Sep 24 – Phoenix, AZ – Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre

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