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As the real estate market declines, so does the number of jobs related to the industry. Thus far layoffs among homebuilders have been minimal, and real estate agents say their numbers are still strong.
Juggling the mounds of paperwork tied to the home buying process could get easier this year for Arizona real estate agents, lenders, escrow officers, title companies and others in the industry.
Hard times in the housing market have put real estate-related firms into survival mode, but many are still expanding their staffs and finding ways to take advantage of new niches.
Gilbert's industrial real estate market had the Valley's fifth-highest increase in vacancies during the second quarter, behind the south Phoenix, Phoenix-Sky Harbor International Airport area, Tempe and Grand Avenue submarkets.
Real estate agents and other sales people have to think they can earn millions if they want it to happen. This was real estate veteran Gary Keller's message Wednesday to nearly 600 Valley real estate agents at the Radisson in Scottsdale and is the foundation of his new book, "The Millionaire Real Estate Agent."
Caught in the midst of the housing market turmoil, real estate agent Tina Eacret held out as long as she could — using up her entire savings before deciding to go part time in December.
Michelle Duke worries most when she features an open house.
Many Valley real estate experts gave President Barack Obama high marks Wednesday for seriously attacking the foreclosure crisis in his speech at Dobson High School in Mesa.
Many homes on the market sit empty. Others are staged and may look lived in. Then, some of them are lived in. There are 29 “home managers” working for Showhomes, a company that places people in vacant properties, which they maintain for a steep discount on the rent.
With a rising number of Valley homeowners starting to miss mortgage payments, some local real estate agencies are capitalizing on a growing market niche — foreclosures.
When three Scottsdale businessmen teamed up to start a real estate company in late 2005, the housing market was starting a downward spiral.
The south East Valley remains a bright spot in an otherwise severely struggling commercial real estate market across most of the region, according to a study by brokerage giant CB Richard Ellis.
Mesa resident Steve Bergsman is the first to admit he’s no good at real estate investing.
With once-massive waiting lists dried up and thousands of homes sitting empty in new subdivisions, Valley builders are trying to jump start sales by offering hefty financial perks to real estate agents.
During her 30 years in the real estate industry, Maggie Diamond, 57, conservatively estimates she has sold more than $300 million worth of homes.
CHICAGO - The real estate executive was seated comfortably between the bassoons and the violins when the unexpected request came for her to take the podium and conduct Brahms’ First Symphony.
Mickey Mouse’s digs at Scottsdale Fashion Square, Mesa’s Fiesta Mall and Paradise Valley Mall are scheduled for extreme makeovers.
The real estate market in Mexico is booming — and it’s about to explode. That’s the message three Valley entrepreneurs are sending to potential investors in Arizona, across the nation and around the world.
General Dynamics is footing the bill for a catered lunch for all 3,000 Scottsdale employees. Managers have to serve up the grub, spokeswoman Fran Jacques said.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. - The thousands of Elvis Presley fans descending on Memphis for the 30th anniversary of his death Aug. 16 won't see much sign of it, but plans are moving along for big-time changes at Graceland.
A Texas-based real estate investment firm purchased the 152-acre Motorola campus and plans to create "a world-class destination for advances in science and technology" on the site.
Education: Bachelor of Science, Construction, University of Wisconsin-Stout
The conservator in the Mathon Management investment fraud case is suing the firm’s insiders, sales representatives and professional firms accused of assisting in the $82 million scheme.
NEW YORK - Cendant Corp., the $20 billion-a-year company that owns the Orbitz travel Web site and several hotel and real-estate brands, will split itself into four separate public companies, the conglomerate said Monday.
The FBR corporate tent at the FBR Open has — no surprise — the choicest spot in Corporate Village, perched above the 18th hole at the TPC Scottsdale.