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Publisher’s Letter: November Issue


Tricia Covert Publisher, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business Welcome to the planning season. Many of us are now in the process of reviewing the past year to set our business strategy for the new year ahead. There is no doubt that our city’s theme for 2017 has been growth: jobs, population and homes…. Read more

2018 National & Local Home Market


Nadia Evangelou Research Economist, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® While we are inching closer to the end of the year, it is time we take a moment to conduct a housing market recap and forecast for 2018. Closing activity for existing home sales at the national level has been choppy, but so far generally higher than… Read more

Projections for the Single-Family Homes Market


Fletcher Wilcox Founder, The Wilcox Report Previously-owned single-family homes comprise the majority of residential sales — approximately 80 percent of all residential real estate sales in the Arizona Regional Multiple Listings Services, Inc. (ARMLS). On an annual basis, the volume of previously-owned single-family homes are three to four times greater than new single-family home sales…. Read more

A Review of Investment Markets


Paul Ohanian Founder & CEO, Scottsdale Wealth Planning, Inc. I tend to preach the virtues of a globally diversified portfolio. While resisting temptation to use past performance to predict future returns, this quarter underscored a valuable lesson for investors: There is a world of opportunity out there. Here is my assessment of the markets for… Read more

Market Summary


Michael Orr Founder & Owner, The Cromford® Report Michael Orr is the founder & owner of the Cromford® Report www.cromfordreport.com. Michael can be reached at mike@cromfordreport.com.  

A Demand for Talent: Arizona Job Market


Max Hansen CEO & Co-Founder, Y Scouts Phoenix Metro is now home to more than 1.6 million people with a diverse economy built on the foundation of tourism, manufacturing, healthcare, tech, financial and educational institutions. Maricopa County was recently named as the nation’s fastest growing county, adding residents, jobs and wages at a higher rate… Read more

Laying Down the Law: Personal Representatives Must Disclose Their Capacity in Purchase Contracts

Laying Down the Law, Uncategorized

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. & Brian L. Eastin Founder/Managing Partner & Attorney, Provident Law Personal Representatives are required to perform a myriad of duties in administering a decedent’s estate. These duties often include selling real estate.  While performing their duties and when acting in their representative capacity, Personal Representatives are generally shielded from the estate’s… Read more

Publisher’s Letter: October Issue


Tricia Covert Publisher, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business   We continue to hear about positive growth in Arizona, specifically in the Greater Phoenix area. This issue touches on some key areas of growth in the commercial sector of the market, including how Arizona fits into the green building conversation. Availability of land, or… Read more

Helping Clients Identify Blind Spots

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Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Founder & Partner, Provident Law     Successful REALTORS® understand that satisfied clients are the best sources for referrals.  Delivering unexpected value to buyers and sellers is a great way to exceed clients’ expectations.  And identifying a real estate transaction’s “blind spots” is an effective way to create loyal clients.  Blind… Read more

What’s New with Real Estate Education


John Hondros Chairman, Hondros Education Group/Arizona School of Real Estate & Business   The year 2017 has been very active and it’s hard to believe that we are now in the final months of it. The real estate market throughout the country has been keeping all of us busy, which is great for our industry… Read more

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