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[REGIONAL NEWS] Will Raiders football hike home value?

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Construction materials reflect from the exterior portion of the stadium project . /Photo: Dana Gentry By Dana Gentry | Nevada Current It’s been eighteen months since the soon-to-be Las Vegas Raiders announced the location of the team’s home turf near the south end of the Strip, just across Interstate 15 from the Mandalay Bay.  Taxpayers […]

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Essex Crossing is the anti-Hudson Yards

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A map of the entire project, which includes nine buildings and covers six acres. / Credit QuallsBenson / The New York Times The new mixed-use mega-project on the Lower East Side heals a civic wound with hundreds of affordable apartments, community perks and a sleek home for Essex Market. By Michael Kimmelman | The New York […]

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County supervisors from across state target short-term rentals

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By Ron Eland | Sedona Red Rock News It’s been nearly three years since Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation disallowing cities or coun­ties from prohibiting short-term vacation rentals. And while many have taken advantage of the law financially by renting parts or all of their homes to visitors, the result has also left many scrambling […]

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5 trends emerge among real estate clients

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By Melissa Dittmann Tracey | REALTOR Magazine Who are your clients these days? Home buyers are ready to plant roots: Today’s buyers are young, multicultural, tech-savvy, and eager to buy a home as a personal investment, according to the National Association of REALTORS®’ 2019 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers. Sellers, on the other hand, […]

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Missile silo for sale is handyman’s dream

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Standing on the crew access portal, Rick Ellis, owner of a 12-acre property that includes a Titan MIssile complex along SR 79 about 10 miles north of Oracle Junction, Arizona. / Rick Wiley / Arizona Daily Star By Henry Brean | Arizona Daily Star Southern Arizona’s hot real estate market is about to go nuclear […]

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Sedona Oxford hotel is still on track

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Sedona Red Rock News By Ron Eland | Sedona Red Rock News It’s not quite back to the drawing board for a proposed hotel in Sedona but it’s close.  The project, located at the intersection of State Route 89A and Soldier Pass Road on property formerly owned by the Biddle family, appeared to be full […]

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Appeal asks Arizona’s highest court to consider Lakes case

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Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course, shuttered since 2013, has become a dingy 101-acre piece of desert. / AFN file photo Ahwatukee Foothills News The True Life Companies and Wilson Gee asked the Arizona Supreme Court to consider their appeal of the state Appeals Court decision ordering them to restore the Ahwatukee Lakes Golf Course, last Friday. […]

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Scottsdale Issues & Experts forum highlights the good, bad and lewd of the short-term rental

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Scottsdale Area Association of Realtors CEO, Rebecca Grossman, speaks to her fellow panelists and the crowd at the Nov. 6 Issues & Experts forum. / Photo by Arianna Grainey / Scottsdale Independent Scottsdale Independent Short-term rentals are the topic of the season as opinions on both sides of the issue are abound. Five local experts, […]

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Who is getting ahead in Opportunity Zones?

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MFE Multifamily appears to be emerging as a winner. By Scott Sowers | MFE The subject of Opportunity Zones (OZs) can be controversial when trying to pick bona fide development winners and losers. The fact that the perennial hot real estate markets of New York City, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles account for the largest totals […]

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Talking Stick Resort Arena: A fresh look is on the way!

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Phoenix Suns, Twitter Like an oasis in the middle of an urban desert, this building became the focal point for sports and entertainment at the heart of Phoenix. It gave life to a downtown community and gave it purpose. Over the past 27 years, the city has blossomed from our corner on 1st and Jefferson […]

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