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The East Valley office market, which started to recover from its turn-of-the-century slump in 2003, continues to catch fire.
A real estate broker with East Valley ties accused of not filing tax returns for four years, was indicted on federal tax evasion-related charges, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced on Wednesday.
A former executive of a Scottsdale-based real estate investment firm was charged with embezzling $11 million from the company in an elaborate fraud scheme for seven years, the Arizona Attorney General’s Office announced Wednesday.
Foreclosures continue to pummel the housing market. About a third of all home sales nationwide during April were foreclosures, leading to what analysts call a "double dip" in housing prices.
Chandler officials are moving forward with plans to spend up to $12 million to buy a prime parcel of real estate in the city so it can be held for private development.
A 1,414-acre, master-planned community north of Queen Creek Road provides a microcosmic view of the local new home market's journey through the drastic economic downturn and ongoing recovery.
Trent Powell is a peninsula in what has become a choppier sea in East Valley real estate. He’s stuck among a for sale sign, an unrealistic seller and a leery buyer. In the lucrative game of home sales, he is checkmated. What a difference six months makes. Last summer, the Mesa real estate agent drove with investors through neighborhoods while they snapped up houses in hours or days.
As soon as the April 30th tax rebate deadline passed for new sales contracts, so did the brief spike in housing sales. Subsequently, May and June have seen a decline in pending sales.
Backers of an initiative to ban real estate transfer taxes have gone to court to get more of their signatures recognized as valid.
Shea Trilogy, Shea Homes' high-end resort communities, will host a free "Energy Efficiency Explained" event to shed light on solar power and energy-efficient living today in Queen Creek.
Ex-county assessor Kevin Ross left court Friday with his freedom intact but without a real-estate license.
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.
Mortgage interest rates, near all-time lows, are likely to remain attractive throughout 2012. That means opportunities for new homebuyers and for homeowners who want to refinance.
May 28, 2004
ASU President Michael Crow handed south Scottsdale an economic lifesaver Thursday.
With a median-priced home in Scottsdale fetching more than a halfmillion dollars, condominium conversions are a trend that’s hitting the “West’s Most Western Town” in a big way.
Trent Powell is a peninsula in what has become a choppier sea in East Valley real estate. He’s stuck among a for sale sign, an unrealistic seller and a leery buyer. In the lucrative game of home sales, he is checkmated.
It took 20 years, but the five C’s that drive Arizona’s economy — climate, construction, children, computer chips and check cashing — have finally been able to outdraw Nevada’s onecard-trick pony.
Jacqueline Gaston is no stranger to Southern matriarch roles. She portrayed the title character in Theater Works’ and Algonquin Theater’s 2009 production of “Driving Miss Daisy.” But instead of a Georgia accent, she’ll slip on a Texas dialect as the head of a family for the Arizona premiere of “Dividing the Estate,” at Theater Works.
The way Adam Chodorow sees it, there's a big gap in federal estate and income tax laws: They don't deal with zombies.
As it is a leap year, 2012 has an extra day that occurs this week, Feb. 29, which doesn’t mean that your life got a day longer (sorry) but your year and your month definitely did.
In 1912, Congress passed into law our first income tax. It was sold to the American people as a 1-percent flat tax on the wealthy. The IRS became responsible for tax collection. It soon became clear to anyone with substantial knowledge of the tax code that obtaining tax breaks for the wealthy would be a lucrative business. The tax lobbyists in Washington, D.C. were born.
A piece of farming equipment sits in a field at the corner of Baseline and Extension roads in Mesa. The low property tax on farmland has led some real estate investors to capitalize by growing crops on investment land in urban areas.
U.S. Rep. Harry Mitchell turned to a panel of local financial advisers Monday for examples of how middle-class residents are forced to make life-changing decisions because of their tax obligations.