Belfiore Real Estate Consulting Archives

Event Recap: Rebuilding a leading housing market

(From left to right) John Graham, president of Sunbelt Holdings; Dana Volrich, division vice president at MacDonald Development Corporation; Steve Logan, Arizona division president at K. Hovananian Homes; Ryan Huffman, regional vice president of land acquisition and development at Arizona-Mattamy Homes; Jordan Rose, president and founder of Rose Law Group.

Heading into 2017, housing market experts share cautious optimism about the future of Arizona’s residential market, which they discussed in front of a sellout crowd of nearly 700 people at the eighth annual AZ Dealmakers event today. The theme for this year’s event — put on by Belfiore Real Estate Consulting, Rose Law Group and… Read More →

82 homesites purchased in Gilbert

Gilbert

Maracay Homes, a wholly owned company of the TRI Pointe Group (NYSE:TPH), has closed on 82 homesites at Adora Trails, an amenity-rich master planned community near the San Tan Mountains in Gilbert, Arizona. Located near the southeast corner of Riggs Road and Val Vista Drive, Maracay’s parcel at Adora Trails will be developed into a new, single-family… Read More →

Valley Partnership reveals reality of residential real estate

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Valley Partnership has announced the topic for its upcoming monthly breakfast on Friday, April 17. The month’s program will feature an update on the Valley’s residential real estate market in 2014. Panelists will discuss whether 2015 will be more of the same or if the industry will finally see the uptick many believe is around… Read More →

Executive Q&A: Jim Belfiore

Jim Belfiore
by in AZRE Magazine | Executive Q&A

Jim Belfiore President, Belfiore Real Estate Consulting Years in CRE: 21 Years at Belfiore: 8 What first attracted you to commercial real estate? The diversity in real estate attracted me to the business. No two properties are the same; every project differs because locations differ, the characteristics of structures often differ, and amenities, whether natural… Read More →

New Commercial Development Will Impact Growth In The Next 100 Years

Commercial Development - AZRE Magazine January/February 2012

Arizona’s economic strength and growth the next 100 years depend on the creation of new buildings, commercial development and new infrastructure A high-speed train between Phoenix and Tucson. Toll roads on I-10 and I-17. A new shopping mall. Three outlet centers. A major development in West Phoenix. New casinos. Solar manufacturing plants. A light rail… Read More →