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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 →

HomeSmart Adds Three New Executives

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To keep up with HomeSmart International’s incredible growth across the United States, the real estate brokerage firm has recently hired three new executives—Vice President of Franchising, Vice President of Technology and Head of Accounting and Human Resources. With HomeSmart’s newest executive hires, the business is blazing a trail of success not only in Arizona, but nationwide.… Read More →

Texas homebuilder makes its East Valley debut

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Gehan Homes, a Dallas-based homebuilder, announced the grand opening of its third community in Arizona, Palazzo at The Bridges, in the new Bridges at Gilbert master-planned community located at the southeast corner of Higley and Queen Creek roads. Two model homes are open at 3625 E. Cassia Lane in Gilbert, where move-up homebuyers can see… Read More →

Arizona attorneys open new Phoenix firm

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A new law firm, Bergin, Frakes, Smalley & Oberholtzer (BFSO), recently opened its offices in the heart of Phoenix’s Camelback Corridor, with a focus on real estate, litigation and government relations services. Although the law firm itself is new, BFSO’s partners are longtime Arizona lawyers and colleagues who have handled cases for a wide spectrum… Read More →

Maracay Homes Opens 14th New Community for 2013

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Maracay Homes celebrates the opening of two new East Valley neighborhoods at the Bridges of Gilbert master-planned community in Gilbert this month, where all-new floor plans with thoughtfully designed features await buyers eager to purchase a home in one of metro Phoenix’s most popular residential areas. Prospective buyers are invited to virtually tour Arch Crossing… Read More →

Fulton Homes Honors Vets with ‘Fly the Flag’ Campaign

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September 26, 2013 by in Events | Featured | Real Estate

Fulton Homes is showing its appreciation for America’s veterans by encouraging everyone to display the Stars and Stripes this Veteran’s Day, and at the same time benefit the Wounded Warriors Project. The Tempe-based homebuilder has partnered with 100.7 KSLX for the “Fly the Flag for Veteran’s Day” campaign. From Sept. 30 through Nov. 11, listeners… Read More →

5 Tips To Get The Best Mortgage Rate

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September 19, 2013 by in Banking | Featured | Finance | Real Estate

No. 1: Establish a baseline. Call a lender and have your credit pulled. Do a full application and establish what you can and should be borrowing. No. 2: Contact a mix of financial institutions and do it all on the same day. Interest rates fluctuate constantly for a variety of reasons, including the occasional promotion… Read More →

Homebuilder donates playhouses to Phoenix Zoo charity

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September 17, 2013 by in Featured | Nonprofit | Real Estate

Brookfield Communities, a successful master-plan developer of two Arizona active adult communities and large land-holder, has teamed up with its architect partners to custom design and build two unique playhouses to help raise money for the Phoenix Zoo’s conservation initiatives and educational programs. Phil Petersen, founder and president of Brookfield Communities and also a Phoenix… Read More →

Sterling at Silverleaf Sells Out Phase 1

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September 12, 2013 by in Business News | Real Estate

Sterling at Silverleaf, the luxury, custom-home community in Silverleaf featuring a collection of 16 villas designed by world-renowned architect Bing Hu, is now 100 percent sold. Developer Nathan Day of Sterling Collection Development Group has sold more than $15.5 million in real estate since the project came back from foreclosure in November 2011. Phase 2,… Read More →

Phoenix Housing Moves Toward ‘Normal’

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The Phoenix-area housing market – hit especially hard during the recession — appears to be starting its slow march back to normal. The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University reveals the latest data for Maricopa and Pinal counties, as of July: * The median single-family-home price rose again to $194,150, up… Read More →

Phoenix Housing Moves Toward 'Normal'

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September 12, 2013 by in Business News | Economy | Real Estate

The Phoenix-area housing market – hit especially hard during the recession — appears to be starting its slow march back to normal. The W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University reveals the latest data for Maricopa and Pinal counties, as of July: * The median single-family-home price rose again to $194,150, up… Read More →

Down Payment Assistance Program Surpasses $100M

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The Home in Five Advantage program, a down payment assistance program designed to facilitate home ownership for low and moderate-income families, veterans and active military personnel, while also stabilizing neighborhoods that have been negatively affected by the economic downturn, recently surpassed the $100 million mark for loans to qualified homebuyers in Maricopa County. The Phoenix… Read More →