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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.
Michael Pollack stood before his third-grade class in San Jose, California and gave a report about how to read construction blueprints. Four years later, Pollack spent his weekends working as a construction laborer with carpenters, electricians and landscapers.
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.
The housing market is in a state of flux, but East Valley commercial developer Michael Pollack still sees opportunities for investors — if they’re smart and do their homework.
More than 50,000 existing homes are currently on the market in the Valley. But if some of you potential buyers out there feel you still don’t have enough options, there are plenty more on the way.
May 28, 2004
ASU President Michael Crow handed south Scottsdale an economic lifesaver Thursday.
Arizona State University President Michael Crow speaks Thursday in the Scottsdale City Council chamber about the proposed use of the Los Arcos property as a university research facility.
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.
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.
Two longtime medical office real estate firms plan to merge.
PHOENIX - Gov. Janet Napolitano on Monday appointed Elaine Richardson, a former state senator and the former owner of a real estate company, to head the Department of Real Estate.
Chandler's office market this year has outperformed all other submarkets across the Valley, according to CB Richard Ellis' third-quarter analysis of office, industrial and retail real estate.
A Southern California real estate developer is sold on the East Valley. Donahue Schriber, wh ich already owns 68 shopping centers — most of them in California — with 13 million square feet of shops, has just bought a shopping center in Gilbert and is building one in Mesa.
A Southern California real estate developer is sold on the East Valley.
Michelle Duke worries most when she features an open house.
The Valley housing market has slowed to a crawl, but that’s not stopping developers from snapping up land in Scottsdale to build multi-million-dollar homes.
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.
A large industrial park is coming to Casa Grande. GSS Cos. Inc., a Scottsdale-based development company, this week broke ground on Central Arizona Commerce Park.
Fulton Homes announced the grand opening of its first property to offer move-in costs as low as $750.
Plenty of real estate agents made money for years simply by selling homes, but the Valley’s foreclosure crisis and more recent influx of investors has changed how — or even whether — agents can make a living.
Plenty of real estate agents made money for years simply by selling homes, but the Valley’s foreclosure crisis and more recent influx of investors has changed how – or even whether – agents can make a living.
A report issued by the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University indicates the recent upswing in home prices has come at a steady, sustainable pace, meaning homeowners should not expect another bubble to burst.
Two developers are putting a twist on plans to build new luxury homes in the East Valley.