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Four new neighborhoods coming to Maricopa

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Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Fulton Homes By Bethany Blundell | Maricopa Monitor The city will soon have more housing options as a developer has decided to build new neighborhoods. Fulton Homes was the developer of the houses in the Cobblestone neighborhood, and the company is now returning to build 475 homes in Glennwilde. The […]

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Construction trades: A step on the path toward higher paying jobs

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By Paul Emrath | NAHB A recent NAHB study identifies eight senior positions at home building companies that are often to nearly always filled by someone with experience in one or more of the construction trades. Average annual compensation (salary and bonus combined) for each of the eight positions is at least $80,000—at least $100,000, if the position […]

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Wrigley’s mansions across America

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The chewing-gum tycoon’s portfolio included grand estates, ranches and a string of summer cottages—properties that today would be worth tens of millions of dollars. By Katherine Clarke | The Wall Street Journal They’re the homes that Juicy Fruit built, but they’ll cost you more than 99 cents a pop. Chicago confectionary tycoon William Wrigley Jr. and his […]

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Most expensive home sales in Phoenix

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By Katie Halle Lambert  | Arizona Foothills Magazine Here are the Valley’s top home sales from the past week (12.4.17 – 12.10.17). The combined sales for the top 10 of the past week was over $20 million. READ ON:

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Rental boom seen busting

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Harvard Joint Center: “We’re finally seeing the record growth in renters slow down, but while the market has responded to rental housing needs for higher-income households, there are alarming trends that suggest a growing inability to supply housing that is affordable for middle- and working-class renters, let alone those with very low incomes.” Builder A […]

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True Life fined for blight at Ahwatukee Lakes course

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Ahwatukee Foothills News The True Life Company has been handed two aggravated fines of $500 each for failing to address blight on the defunct Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course, and city Councilman Sal DiCiccio wants the developer to clean up the site. Last week a Phoenix Municipal Court judge issued the fines at hearing that True […]

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8 Metro Phoenix neighborhoods you should know

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By Katie Johnson and Becky Bartkowski | Phoenix New Times For a long time, metropolitan Phoenix felt like a paint-by-numbers that had been sorely ignored around the middle. Today that’s not the case — the hottest real estate on the market is smack in the center of town. Blink, and that emerging neighborhood you had […]

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Why is Mesa called the Valley’s ‘Gateway’ city?

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By Jay Mark | Special for The Republic Just as history often repeats itself, descriptions tend to recur over time. For example, thanks to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, Mesa is thought of and branded as the eastern entry to the Valley. But that’s far from the first time the descriptive “gateway” was used. Opened in 1941 far […]

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Locked out: Section 8 housing vouchers fail to open doors for low-income renters

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By Alden Woods | The Republic Marcella Landson set aside her Section 8 voucher and stared at the shaded map of Tempe, searching for the right neighborhood. They all seemed the same. She had come to find a home, but couldn’t even figure out where to look. At the head of a wide conference table in the city library, Tempe Housing Services supervisor […]

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Phoenix pumps $125K more into research for Suns arena upgrades

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By Jessica Boehm | The Republic Phoenix will pay an additional $125,000 to study renovations to the Talking Stick Resort Arena despite council members’ concerns that they haven’t received a report on the topic in more than nine months. In February, the City Council voted to pay the Barrett Sports Group, a sports-business consultant, $75,000 to […]

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