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Opus Group recommits to the Phoenix market

Posted by   /  March 28, 2017  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Rebekah Morris for the Arizona Builder’s Exchange The Opus Group has seen ups and downs in the local market. During the Great Recession, Opus Southwest left the market and eventually the entire company was defunct. In 2014, a new company named The Opus Group entered the Phoenix market, re-engaging with many in the community. […]

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Hispanic homeownership rate rises for second straight year

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By Suzanne De Vita | RIS Media Momentum Could Be Cut Short If Trump Carries Out Mass Deportation, Wall Hispanics are an overriding force in homeownership, flouting national figures as they establish owner households at a rising rate for the second straight year. Related: Lending to Hispanics – a whole new ballgame Meet today’s driving […]

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The economy’s thorn: low ownership rates

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REALTORMag The homeownership rate is near its lowest level in more than 50 years. But homeownership remains a “critical part” of the national economy and “ongoing weakness in the single-family housing market, represents a substantial hurdle limiting the pace of economic growth,” according to a newly released study by the Rosen Consulting Group and Fisher […]

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Investor makes $750,000 flipping Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens

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By Beckie Strum | MarketWatch A real estate investor has flipped President Donald Trump’s childhood home in Queens, New York, for a 50% profit, banking nearly $750,000 over what he paid for it. Five days before Inauguration Day, investor Michael Davis sold at auction the brick tudor home where Mr. Trump first lived. The sale […]

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Home prices rise at fastest pace in 31 months

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Job growth, demographics and limited supply drove 5.9% increase in 12 months ended in January, Case-Shiller says By Laura Kusisto | The Wall Street Journal U.S. home prices rose in January at their fastest rate since mid-2014, a trend that bodes well for sellers but could start to eat into demand as buyers get priced […]

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Spec office buildings slated for big 250-acre Gilbert development

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By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Nationwide Realty Investors has started construction on two new speculative office building at its 250-acre Rivulon development in Gilbert. The two buildings are 60,000-square-feet and four stories each and are at Nationwide’s Rivulon’s project at Gilbert Road and Loop 202. Speculative office and commercial building has been stunted […]

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More luxury homes planned around Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley

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By Joshua Bowling | The Republic The development’s original announcements boasted a hotel, homes and a 166,000-square-foot shopping center. Now, 66 additional Shea luxury homes have been approved. The Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley is still slated for a late 2018 opening, though it will now be bordered by 66 new luxury homes. That’s in addition to […]

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Mountain Shadows Resort in Paradise Valley opens its doors April 1

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(Editor’s note: News releases are published unedited unless they contain factual errors.) Offers Mid-Century Style, Modern Luxury & Matchless Scenery Paradise Valley, Ariz. (March 27, 2017) – Known as a landmark property in the 1960s and 1970s, Mountain Shadows has made its long-awaited return to serene Paradise Valley, 10 minutes from Downtown Scottsdale. The highly anticipated, […]

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Domino Effect: Newest Buckeye developments position area for growth

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By David McGlothlin | AzBigMedia Phoenix’s West Valley is on the rise. In fact, 52-percent of the Phoenix area’s future growth is expected to occur in the West Valley, according to the Greater Phoenix Economic Council. A taste of what that growth may look like can be seen today in the City of Buckeye where […]

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60-unit boutique assisted-living in north Phoenix

Posted by   /  March 27, 2017  /  Health Care, Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Roland Murphy for Arizona Builder’s Exchange A local owner/developer will begin making a dent in north Phoenix’s lack of senior assisted-living centers this summer when it starts construction on the 60-unit boutique Emerald Bay Senior Living community on Greenway Road east of 40th Street. Phoenix City Council approved Emerald Bay Senior Living LLC’s request […]

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