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Land Advisors Organization to host forum, forecast on land transactions

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by in AZRE Magazine | Site Selection

Proper site selection is vitally important for any development’s success. Land Advisors Organization is hosting a forum, on Wednesday, Dec. 7 that will analyze the past, present and future of land transactions and the data behind these land deals. The program will feature industry experts such as John Burns, CEO of John Burns Real Estate Consulting; Elliott Pollack,… Read More →

What land development trends and issues will we see in 2017?

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by in AZRE Magazine

In “A Tale of Two Cities,” “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” A 2017 preview of land development for Phoenix and outlying regions may not be as dramatic as being best or worst, but it assuredly is a tale of two markets. Residential land development will call the shots… Read More →

AZRE Forum recap and Live Blog

AZRE Forum
by in AZRE Magazine

Last night, AZ Big Media hosted the AZRE Forum, where a packed crowd of commercial real estate pros listened in on a mid-year market update from some of the Valley’s premiere experts.   Photos by Shannon Finn and Mike Mertes About 300 people were in attendance and they heard a breakdown on the state of the… Read More →

Meet us at the AZRE Forum

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by in AZRE Magazine | Events

As the summer months continue to bring the heat, AZRE magazine is doing the same with its commercial real estate mid-year update and forecast on Thursday, July 21 at the Camby from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The AZRE Forum will bring a panel of Arizona’s top commercial real estate experts, yielding in-depth discussions of economics, development… Read More →

AZRE Source: The private land grab

AZRE Source

It is obvious the Valley is landlocked, but not all of that land is up for grabs. Only 17 percent of land in Arizona is private land available for development. The public state trust owns a majority of the undeveloped land in the state. “I felt this is a well-kept secret,” said Kuldip Verma, CEO… Read More →

Metro Phoenix Land and Housing Forecast examines ‘refined opportunity’

Land Advisors, WEB

While the industry has experienced sub-par housing activity over the past 11 months, the anticipated pace of growth going forward depends on a few factors, not the least of which is credit and qualification conditions, household formation, employment growth, the cost of new construction and outsiders’ perceptions of the local market. What are the expectations… Read More →

AFI-USA sells downtown Phoenix development site for $12.75M

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Real estate developer Africa-Israel USA (AFI-USA) announces the sale of a five-acre downtown Phoenix development site at the corner of Central Avenue and McDowell Road for $12.75 million. AFI-USA had owned the property since 2004. Lennar Multifamily Communities is the purchaser and plans to transform what is currently an empty lot into a 288,000-square-foot luxury residential… Read More →

Land Advisors reports recent transactions

Rancho Vistoso
by in AZRE Magazine | Brokerage | In The Spotlight

RANCHO VISTOSO | Oro Valley, Arizona Offering: 140 gross acres (2 closings – 48 acres and 92 acres) Location: Rancho Vistoso Blvd, in Oro Valley, Arizona Sales Price: $13,600,000 total Seller: Vistoso Partners Buyer: Mattamy Homes Arizona Agents: Will White and Greg Vogel RIVERVIEW ESTATES | Mesa, Arizona Offering: 12.79 acres Location: E/SEC of Alma… Read More →

The Land Advisors Organization reports recent deals

CANYONS AT WHETSTONE | Benson, Arizona Offering: 795.69 acres Location: East side of Highway 90, south of Interstate 10 in Benson, Cochise County, Arizona Sales Price: not disclosed Seller: National Bank of Arizona Buyer: El Dorado Benson, LLC Agents: Greg Vogel, Will White, Waseem Hamadeh and John Carroll 801 NORTH ARIZONA AVENUE | Chandler, Arizona… Read More →

Headed for a boom, the West Valley is ready to go

The Loop 303 interchange is under construction. Photo courtesy of ADOT.

Clumps of curved freeway fragments balancing on massive pillars of concrete resemble a giant modern art sculpture greeting Interstate 10 travelers through the far West Valley of the Phoenix Metro. Later this year, those “art” segments will gel into a multi-level interchange linking the I-10 and the Loop 303, and launch the area’s burgeoning commercial… Read More →

Plannings Pays Off For 202 South Mountain Freeway

Loop 202 - AZ Business Magazine Oct/Nov 2006

The New 202 Plannings pays off for 202 South Mountain Freeway By David Schwartz Tom Tait Jr. just chuckles when quizzed about the future of his family’s land holdings in the West Valley, a large expanse of property that has been in the portfolio since the 1970s. Are there any great plans for development? Are… Read More →