Emerging Trends: An Arizona economic forecast focused on the ‘boots on the ground’

By Terrance Thornton | Your Valley

The state of economic affairs here in the Phoenix metropolitan area is defined by where you call home in the Valley of the Sun, local experts say.

If you call the east Valley home the name of the game is growth, new buildable land, and how that pent-up demand will shape most if not all decisions. Meanwhile, two major factors playing a definitive role in the west Valley, experts contend, are how will regional transportation tax dollars be implemented and what long-term benefits will sprout along Loop 303.

“Despite the pandemic, Arizona’s economy is strong,” said Todd Sanders, Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce president and CEO.

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