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How to Break into the Higher End Market

Special Interest

By Wendy Walker   This seems to be the constant question echoed by nearly every agent who earns a shiny new real estate license, including myself. I can remember sitting in the classroom anxiously awaiting the pearls of wisdom from the legendary luxury agents that I so admired, hoping they would share the secret formula… Read more

Vacation Rentals and The Super Bowl

Laying Down the Law

By Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   I.  INTRODUCTION The Valley will be the entertainment hub of the world in January/February 2015.  Phoenix metro will host not only the Super Bowl, but also the NFL Pro Bowl, the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the Fiesta Bowl and the Barrett Jackson Collector Car Auction all within that timeframe…. Read more

21 Tips for Writing Contracts

Publisher's Letter

By P.R. ‘Randy’ Cooney  Publisher of the Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business   After having the privilege of teaching contract writing for the past twenty five years, I have been able to compile a list of pertinent items to consider when writing a contract on behalf of clients in purchasing or selling a… Read more

An Interview with Arizona’s Number One Luxury Home Agent

Special Interest

By Tricia Covert   There have been recent reports in the media about luxury home sales from both a global and national perspective. According to the reports, sales in this market are rebounding faster overall in comparison to regular home sales. Some major metropolitan areas are seeing double the volume second quarter of this year… Read more

Industrial Sector Update

Commercial Corner

By Bryon R. Carney   The nation’s industrial sector has seen restored confidence in 2014 partially due to a continued increase in employment, the housing market and a rise in industrial production. The metro Phoenix industrial market has benefited from this increase in confidence, earning the nation’s top spot for overall net absorption through the… Read more

Love Your Neighbor

Laying Down the Law

By Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   Most are familiar with the Judeo-Christian principle: “thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself.”  Unfortunately, not everyone actually practices this principal.  And not all “neighbors” are created equal. What legal options do property owners have when their neighbors breach the peace? Imagine the following scenario. You finally arrive home… Read more

Real Estate Investment Trusts (“REITs”)

General Real Estate

By Paul Ohanian   I have been designing financial portfolios for a wide range of clients for 25 years and come across many types of investment strategies. I often look to real estate investments to provide asset diversification, lessen general stock market exposure and, where appropriate, generate income. While my clients, and truly Arizonians at… Read more

10 “Life Building” Truths

General Real Estate

By Jane Andersen   In the June Publication of this Journal, I read a terrific article by Randy Cooney titled Ten Truths of Selling Your Home.  His article focused on truths that agents don’t want to say because sellers don’t want to hear. I really appreciated Randy’s article which motivated me to write one as… Read more

Supreme Court Reverses Arizona Court of Appeals’ Ruling in Weitz

The Legal Advisor

By Thomas A. Stoops   In the April 2014 Legal Advisor article we noted that the Arizona Court of Appeals in the case of The Weitz Company, L.L.C. v. Nicholas Heth, 674 Ariz. Adv. Rep. 29, had made a significant ruling on the application of equitable subrogation.  The Arizona Court of Appeals determined that based… Read more

An Interview with an Industry Icon

School News

  By: Tricia Covert     As the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business celebrates its 45th anniversary this month, I was looking for someone who could give great meaning to this milestone event. Bill Gray was the obvious choice. Most people in the industry are very familiar with Bill’s contribution to the Arizona… Read more

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