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$27.6M of Real Estate Breaks Ground in Scottsdale

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November 21, 2013 by in Business News | Real Estate

Cypress Development broke ground today on the second phase of Sterling at Silverleaf, bringing 12 luxury estate villas priced from $2.2 million to the private golf community of Silverleaf. The new $27.6 million second phase will be built to the same gold-level LEED certified standards as the sold-out first phase of 16 villas. Sterling at… Read More →

Sales for $800,000+ homes increase 69%

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November 18, 2013 by in Business News | Real Estate

This summary looks at single family homes over $500,000 in all areas of the Northeast Valley, including Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, Rio Verde, Arcadia, Biltmore, Cave Creek and Carefree. Supply has increased sharply over the last month. The number of active listings offered for sale as of November 1 is 2,314, up 20% from… Read More →

Newland Hires Olson As Senior VP

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Newland Real Estate Group has hired William “Bill” Olson as Senior Vice President and Division Manager with executive oversight of the Phoenix team, its 20,000-acre master-planned community of Estrella and recently added land to the west of the project. In this position, Olson will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the community’s development, as… Read More →

Scottsdale Companies Form Development Company

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November 7, 2013 by in Business News | Real Estate

A new full-service development company, Cypress Development Group,  was announced today as the result of a merger between Scottsdale-based developer Sterling Collection Development Group (SCDG) and luxury home builder, Luster Custom Homes. Longtime friends Nathan Day, president of SCDG, and Tanner Luster, president of Luster Custom Homes, decided to combine their companies and increase their… Read More →

Phoenix Housing Market Affected by Government Shutdown

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The government shutdown may have dampened interest in buying Phoenix-area homes this fall. A new report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University shows the latest data for Maricopa and Pinal counties, as of September: * The median single-family-home price was up about 33 percent from last September, to $199,000.… Read More →

Fulton Homes helps launch ‘Character Counts’ program

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Bricks and cement may create a home’s foundation, but honesty and character build a solid foundation for young adults. Tempe-based homebuilder Fulton Homes is partnering with KTAR Sports Radio 620 for the Fulton Homes Character Counts program. KTAR listeners will be encouraged to nominate a 12- to 17-year-old student athlete who has exhibited character. Beginning… Read More →

Leadership spotlight: Jim Belfiore

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Jim Belfiore President Belfiore Real Estate Consulting belfioreconsulting.com Belfiore has 15 years experience in real estate research and analysis. During the last eight years, he and his team have helped Arizona developers, homebuilders, lenders, investors, and brokers understand buyers, macro and micro-level supply and demand conditions, and potential outcomes of community development and building strategies.… Read More →

Phoenix Physicians Buying up Raw Desert Land

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An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but rock bottom price deals on Arizona raw desert land sure is not. Landowners in the Phoenix Valley are seeing a trend where physicians are purchasing raw desert land as an investment. Also attractive for physicians is the fact that raw land is user-friendly, meaning there… Read More →

John Creer to lead ASU real estate activities

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John P. Creer was named Assistant Vice President for Real Estate Development at Arizona State University (ASU). Creer comes to ASU from Coldwell Banker Commercial in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he has worked as a commercial real estate broker since August 2011. Morgan R. Olsen, ASU’s Executive Vice President, Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer,… Read More →

Veteran receives brand-new, mortgage-free home

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October 29, 2013 by in Featured | Real Estate

In partnership with Operation Homefront, Meritage Homes Corporation (NYSE: MTH) is handing over keys to three new homes to deserving military heroes and their families in time for Veterans Day. Located in the Phoenix, San Antonio and Raleigh metropolitan areas, the mortgage-free, energy-efficient homes are part of Meritage’s core purpose of enriching lives by satisfying… Read More →

RE/MAX Campaign Benefits Phoenix Children’s Hospital

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RE/MAX Affiliates in Arizona have been supporting Phoenix Children’s Hospital for over 23 years and have raised over $2 million dollars for the hospital. Now, through the Snap. Share. Support Campaign, they have once again partnered with Phoenix Children’s to help raise even more money for their patients and families. To kick off the campaign,… Read More →

RE/MAX Campaign Benefits Phoenix Children's Hospital

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RE/MAX Affiliates in Arizona have been supporting Phoenix Children’s Hospital for over 23 years and have raised over $2 million dollars for the hospital. Now, through the Snap. Share. Support Campaign, they have once again partnered with Phoenix Children’s to help raise even more money for their patients and families. To kick off the campaign,… Read More →

Capstone Mortgage Launches in Phoenix

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The Arizona residential real estate market has undergone dramatic changes in the past decade, from all-time highs in 2006 to historic lows in 2011, but the market is finally coming back around. Three industry veterans recognized the improving real estate market and growing demand for mortgage loans as an opportunity and founded Capstone Mortgage to… Read More →

Phoenix-area Housing Supply Increasing

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Over the past two years, the tight supply of homes for sale in the Phoenix area has helped to dramatically drive up prices. However, a new report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University shows change on the horizon. The data for Maricopa and Pinal counties, as of August, reveals:… Read More →