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By Brian Honea | DS News The nation’s foreclosure inventory fell to its lowest level in almost seven years in November, but the percentage of
By David Howell | Washington Post One of the topics generating a lot of buzz — and a lot of consternation — in the real
By Philip Haldiman, Editor-in-Chief | The Dealmaker In the last year, Arizona was the seventh fastest growing state with an increase in population of 96,487,
By Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal Another demolition and contemporary redevelopment is proposed in downtown Scottsdale. A pair of 1,300-square-foot restaurants with another
By Philip Haldiman, Editor-in-Chief | The Dealmaker Arizona won’t cease to be a retirement attraction for Baby Boomers anytime soon, according to a recent study
By Eric Jay Toll | Phoenix Business Journal Plans have been submitted to the city of Scottsdale to build anew on the site of a
Forbes Consumers think 2015 will be a better year than 2014, especially for selling a home. But the recovery will slow as the rebound effect
By Philip Haldiman, Editor-in-Chief | The Dealmaker The largest vacant parcel in downtown Phoenix is ripe for residential development. The property, south of Fillmore Street,
Russ Wiles, The Republic | azcentral.com Arizona produces virtually no crude oil, ranking 30th among the states with a scant 6,000 or so barrels monthly.
By Rusty Bradshaw | Independent Newsmedia, Inc. USA Surprise staff and council are laying the groundwork for a heritage overlay for the Original Town Site
Taylor Morrison Homes purchased the 3.36-acre Park 16 site, located south of the southeast corner of 28th Street and Union Hills Drive, in Phoenix. The
The Plaza at Squaw Peak, a 428,044-square-foot Class B office building, has been sold to BH Properties, a Los Angeles commercial real estate investment company.
Colliers International of Greater Phoenix recently negotiated the long-term industrial lease of a 67,697-square-foot warehouse space from which grocery merchandising products will be distributed regionally.
By Belfiore Real Estate Consulting A number of new housing communities are popping up all over the north Valley. During Belfiore’s most recent survey in
By Philip Haldiman, Editor in Chief | The Dealmaker Yes, the housing market in the Valley is flat. One reason that get bandied around is
By Mike Sunnucks, Senior Reporter | Phoenix Business Journal A shutdown semiconductor manufacturing plant in Tempe is being converted into an ultra-modern, Class A office building geared
By Ben Bain | Bloomberg To Adrian Parra, the 436,375 peso ($30,000) mortgage he got in Mexico in 2008 is a burden he can’t shake.
By Catherine Reagor, The Republic | azcentral.com The new-home permit tally for last month was 612, down 6.3 percent from November 2013, according to RL
By Angela Gonzales | Senior Reporter-Phoenix Business Journal The Arizona State Land Department is holding a public auction for a 23.87-acre parcel near Mayo Clinic Hospital
See the full rankings from Arizona Capitol Times What do you look for in a candidate? Voters polled by Arizona Capital Times & Noble Predictive Insights say that what they
Billions of dollars of Inflation Reduction Act money meant to tackle drought looks likely to make it more expensive to clinch a broader deal critical
CLICK HERE TO WATCH (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Atlas Global Development.) By Arizona PBS A massive transformation is coming to Northern Arizona and the
By Scott Shumaker | The Mesa Tribune Visit Mesa’s board of directors have adopted the organization’s first 10-year master plan for tourism to transform the city into a