Mike and Karen Barron

Your Local Real Estate Experts

About Mike and Karen Barron

Mike and Karen are a husband and wife team helping people realize the power of owning real estate. Their dream of owning rental properties and becoming business owners was part of their first date! Selling homes since 1994, they have helped countless families with local, national and international relocation as well as investment representation. Looking through their client’s eyes, they focus on understanding their goals and making them a reality.

In 2019 they became a part of Infinity & Associates Real Estate, leaving behind over 20 years with Re/Max. Working along side a company dedicated to improving and supporting the community was aligned with Mike and Karen’s values. “ We love working and living in Chandler and wanted to make sure we were a part of business that supports strong schools, neighborhoods and property values”. After residing in Tempe, Mike and Karen moved to Ocotillo in Chandler in 2004 and are the proud parents of two Arizona educated children and a poodle, named Gigi. Mike is a graduate of the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University and Karen is a Michigan State University Alumni. Both Mike and Karen are faithful Phoenicians and would not call any other place home.


Latest Blog Posts

April Market Update

Early data shows AZ remains resilientPandemic Effect: Closed MLS Sales Down 31% Look Who’s Back: Weekly Contracts Up 40% in 4 Weeks For Buyers: Greater Phoenix contract activity

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March Market Report

Pandemic Puts Housing in a “Pinch”For BuyersThe kickoff of 2020 was developing into a nightmare for normal buyers who just wanted to find a place to live. Extreme competition for homes

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February Market Update

MLS Luxury Sales Over $1M Up 52% in JanuarySupply Between $200K-$250K Down 60%For Buyers:Supply continues to drop as the market heats up with the seasonal rush of Buyers.  Typically we would

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January Market Update

Active Supply is Down 32%  Median Sale Price up 11% and Expected to RiseFor Buyers:The urgency for buyers cannot be stressed enough; real estate prices are not projected to decline in the

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