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The real estate industry has something the Internet can’t offer: The human element

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By Todd C. Frankel | The Washington Post Steve Murray sometimes gets together with other old-timers in the real estate industry, shares some wine and inevitably gets around to remarking, “I sure would’ve thought it would’ve changed more by now.” Murray, president of consulting firm Real Trends, has been tracking for 40 years how U.S. […]

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This is what’s behind the severe housing drought

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By Diana Olick | CNBC The supply of homes for sale is now at the lowest level since the National Association of Realtors began tracking inventory 18 years ago. While all real estate is local, the problem is national. From coast to coast, buyers shopping in this spring market are finding less and less. What […]

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What’s being done to improve Arizona’s infrastructure

Posted by   /  March 27, 2017  /  Economy, Energy and Environment, Government and Politics, Real Estate, Transportation, Water  /  No Comments

AzBigMedia Arizona’s infrastructure is the subject of significant debate this legislative session. While infrastructure can be defined in many ways, it is essential for the efficient movement of people, goods and elections. Last fall, a citizen task force studied the issue of transportation funding. Their efforts resulted in several pieces of legislation considered by the […]

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Home equity continues to strengthen, but at a slower pace

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Check out Arizona county data By Dedidre Woollard | inman Years after the housing crisis, many, but not all, homeowners have emerged from negative equity. At its peak in 2012, negative equity sat at 31.4 percent. As Zillow reported in a recent update, at the end of 2016, just 10.5 percent of homeowners were still […]

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Outer suburbs once again outgrowing cities

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Phoenix saw a gain of 4,000 in 2011 balloon to 51,000 last year By Paul Overberg | The Wall Street Journa; Last year saw the strongest evidence yet that Americans are returning to traditional patterns in where they move—from cities to suburbs and from North to South—after a recession-driven pause of nearly a decade. Central […]

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Pollack: The good and bad news of Arizona’s population

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ELLIOTT D. POLLACK & Company FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 27th, 2017 The Monday Morning Quarterback A quick analysis of important economic data released over the past week This week’s Arizona data is puzzling at first glance.  It shows the effect of lower absolute population growth on the state and on employment. First, the good news. […]

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Your brand is not selling well in Germany : ROSE LAW GROUP NOTABLE PHOTO CAPTIONS

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

On occasion, we will publish the results of a photo caption contest being held internally at Rose Law Group.  Here is this week’s photo and winner:

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Sluggish housing recovery took $300 billion toll on U.S. economy, data show

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Homeownership rate remains below normal level By Laura Kusisto | The Wall Street Journal The decline in homeownership rates to near 50-year lows is partly to blame for the U.S. economy’s sluggish recovery from the last recession, new data suggest. If the home-building industry had returned to the long-term average level of construction, it would […]

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Arizona housing industry flourishing again, but not where it was pre-recession; outsized growth in rentals, says consultant Jim Belfiore

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By Jade Yeban | Arizona Capitol Times A decade after the Great Recession, metro Phoenix earned the title “Top Housing Market for 2017” from Realtor.com. Indeed, housing development seems to be flourishing in Phoenix and other parts of the state, but some economists and housing industry experts say Arizona has yet to fully recover from […]

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Downtown Tucson proving to be a model for redevelopment

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By Hunter Kerr | Arizona Sonora News Service Look back 20 back years ago, and the primary impression of downtown Tucson is an image of boarded-up buildings and homelessness. Today is a much different story. Downtown has turned into a place of purpose for people to work, live and enjoy themselves. It’s a destination for […]

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