By Robert J. Shiller | The New York Times Rising home prices set off fears that real estate will become even more expensive, making it
Educated, relatively high-earning workers are flocking to urban neighborhoods at a rate not seen since at least the 1970s By Laura Kusisto | The Wall
Live for LiveMusic Beloved funk up and comers Vulfpeck hit the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival last night, playing a jammed out set that featured
By Thomas M. Brophy for ABI Multifamily In the article, What Slowdown? Phoenix Metro Multifamily Sales Crest $1.63B, we showed the incredible investor appetite for
By Matthew J. Belvedere and Diana Olick | Mortgage News Daily We’re living in a very different housing world today — from tighter credit to
Opinion: The governor and a divided Legislature better learn to compromise, and quick, or Arizona’s vote could end up not counting in 2024 and beyond.
By Phoenix Business Journal, KTAR Sandra Day O’Connor, who blazed a trail from Arizona to become the first woman to serve as a U.S. Supreme
By Adrian Skabelund | AZ Daily Sun Changes to city zoning code designed to incentivize affordable housing and sustainable building may be on the way.