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Coup Des Tartes Finds New Building

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Earlier this year, the land where Coup Des Tartes is located at 4626 N 16th Street in Phoenix was foreclosed on.  The restaurant owner, Ron Pacioni, had seven years remaining on his lease and thought his restaurant would be able to stay in its current location.  However, the new owners, The Van Tuyl Group, have… Read More →

Home prices surge nearly 12 percent in June

U.S. home prices surged 11.9 percent in June from a year earlier, reflecting stronger demand amid a tight supply of homes for sale. CoreLogic, a real estate data provider, said Tuesday that home prices climbed on annual basis in 48 states. They fell only in Mississippi and Delaware. And all but one of the 100… Read More →

TCA Assists 10K Arizona Homeowners with Counseling


Take Charge America, Inc., a non-profit credit counseling and housing counseling agency in Phoenix, marked a milestone this year. It has now assisted more than 10,000 Arizona homeowners with housing counseling. Most of this assistance was for foreclosure prevention, a free service that helps homeowners avoid foreclosure or mitigate losses caused by foreclosure. As a… Read More →

Brookfield Communities Adds Sales Talent, New Brokerage


Phoenix-based Brookfield Communities has hired real estate veteran Craig Libby as its new sales team leader at its Verde Santa Fe master-planned community. In addition, Brookfield Communities has added Jack Hanson as a sales counselor at the community located near Sedona. Libby will lead the sales team at Verde Santa Fe, while Brookfield Communities is… Read More →

Steptoe hosts Construction Industry Tax Seminar

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Contractors, developers, construction managers, and homebuilders are invited to attend Steptoe & Johnson’s 10th Annual Construction Industry Tax Seminar co-sponsored by the AzBusiness Magazine. Steptoe’s tax lawyers will bring participants an annual update on the latest developments in Arizona’s sales and property taxation. The seminar will take place September 27, 2013 and the Arizona Biltmore… Read More →

Local Developer to Donate to Yarnell Relief Efforts


Brookfield Communities has implemented a “Supporting Our Neighbors” fundraising effort to assist with relief efforts for the Yarnell community after the devastating fire destroyed the northern Arizona community and killed 19 firefighters. Beginning Monday, July 15 and through August 31, Brookfield Communities will donate $1,000 from each house the company sells at both its Fox… Read More →

Plaza Lofts at Kierland Sells Last Original Condo


The Plaza Lofts at Kierland Commons has sold its last original residence, successfully filling the entire luxury condominium community created by Woodbine Southwest. The Plaza Lofts’ sales success reflects the excitement buyers have maintained about the well-appointed loft homes and walkable lifestyle the community offers at Kierland Commons. Originally welcoming guests into the 30-unit Main… Read More →

Fulton Homes, D-Backs Partnership Scores $12K for CAMRA

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On the strength of 80 homeruns, the Arizona Diamondbacks are in first place in Major League Baseball’s National League West Division at the midway point of the season. And thanks to Fulton Homes, those 80 homeruns have netted the Central Arizona Mountain Rescue Association (CAMRA) $12,000. This season during all the 150 games broadcast on… Read More →

Shea Homes reports an increase in sales and traffic


The first half of the year shaped up well for Shea Homes, with an increase in sales and traffic through the second quarter in its East and West Valley developments. Shea’s West Valley communities in Peoria, Buckeye, and Litchfield Park continue to boom, claiming more than two-thirds of the sales for quarter two. Shea is… Read More →

Phoenix-area Foreclosure Saga Ending


The Phoenix-area housing market has finally hit “normal, historical levels” for those going into foreclosure. After years of severe foreclosure trouble, a new report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University reveals that good news and more for Maricopa and Pinal counties, as of May: * The median single-family home… Read More →

TCA Awarded $300K for Foreclosure Counseling


Take Charge America, Inc., a non-profit credit counseling and housing counseling agency in Phoenix, was awarded $300,000 by the Arizona Attorney General’s Office over the next three years to provide free foreclosure intervention counseling to Arizona homeowners. Take Charge America will use the funds to assist more homeowners with one-on-one counseling, primarily individuals and families… Read More →

EPA recognizes Fulton for energy efficient construction

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has honored Fulton Homes for its commitment to providing homebuyers with ENERGY STAR certified homes by presenting the Tempe-based homebuilder with the 2013 ENERGY STAR Leadership in Housing Award. The honor recognizes a builder that promotes energy efficient construction and helps to protect the environment through partnership with ENERGY… Read More →

WSJ Ranks Danley as Top Arizona Realtor


The Wall Street Journal and REAL Trends, Inc. rank Walt Danley as the top selling real estate agent in Arizona, according to its “The Thousand: 2013 Top 1,000 Real Estate Professionals” list released June 28, 2013. Danley is ranked No. 37 in the U.S. for individual sales volume, having sold more than $137.7 million in… Read More →

Comerica Bank’s Arizona Index Up in April

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Comerica  Bank’s Arizona Economic Activity Index climbed slightly in April, rising 0.2 percentage points to a level of 95.0. The  April  index  reading  is  23.7 points, or 33 percent, above the index cyclical  low  of 71.3. The index averaged 87.2 points for all of 2012, 8.7 points above the average for full-year 2011. “Our  Arizona… Read More →