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The State of the Arizona Economy


Sarah Kirsch Richardson Tru Realty   If you all haven’t subscribed to Elliot Pollack’s Monday Morning Quarterback, then stop reading this right now and subscribe. If anyone has the crystal ball on the Arizona economy, it’s Elliot. Listening to him speak is always a treat if you can get a ticket for the room. In… Read more

Phoenix Metro Changing Demographics and Why You Should Care


P.R. ‘Randy’ Cooney The Success Institute for Real Estate Professionals Designated Broker, Realty Executives     In my 30 years as an agent, broker, trainer, author, and coach, hundreds of highly successful agents have been generous enough to share their best strategies, tips, routines, and formulas for success. I put together a list of fundamentals… Read more

Arizona Provides Digital Pioneers With the Ideal Environment for Success


Sandra Watson President and CEO, Arizona Commerce Authority     The exact definition of the term “millennials” is disputed. Some say it means those born between 1981 and 1996, others say those born between 1980 and the mid-2000s. What’s not in dispute: millennials comprise the largest generation in United States history, and their influence on… Read more



Mark Mitchell Tempe Mayor   Ask any rock star – it takes a long time and a lot of work to become an overnight success. Tempe has risen to the top of a lot of “best” lists lately, such as Urban Land Institute’s Hottest Intersection and the nation’s Tech 30 list by CBRE. Tempe leads… Read more

A Message From Glenn Hammer, CEO & President of Arizona Chamber of Commerce

Local, Uncategorized

Glenn Hamer CEO & President, Arizona Chamber of Commerce Having shaken off the deep chill of the Great Recession by emerging economically more diversified, more attractive to job creators, and better positioned to win the jobs of tomorrow, Arizona’s most illuminating economic indicator might just be the number of inbound U-Hauls. The rebound is astonishing… Read more

Words from Jonathan Rothschild, Mayor of Tucson


Jonathan Rothschild Mayor of Tucson   Tucson’s business incentives — the GPLET, Primary Jobs and Global Economic Development District incentives — have helped employers large and small locate and expand in Tucson, bringing thousands of jobs and billions in economic benefit to the region. Raytheon is investing $233 million in buildings and infrastructure and creating… Read more

Above and Beyond


P.R. ‘Randy’ Cooney President, The Success Institute As the seminar “Creating Clients for Life” is approaching, I recall some stories of real estate agents who did some extraordinary things on behalf of their clients. Below are a few stories that come to mind from attending various real estate conferences over the years. I do not… Read more

Words from John Giles, Mayor of Mesa

Local, Market Update

John Giles Mayor of Mesa   Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona and our growth is accelerating. For years, we have been known for our stellar housing communities and that continues today with new developments like Eastmark, Cadence and Lehi Crossing. We were only second to Phoenix in 2016 in number of new… Read more

Words from Cathy Carlat, Mayor of Peoria


Cathy Carlat Mayor of Peoria   Peoria is home to families who enjoy an exceptional quality of life.  Kids play safely in their neighborhoods, parks and trails are bustling every weekend. But Monday through Friday, too many of Peoria’s working population get in their cars and drive outside the City for work. The conversion from… Read more

Words from Mayor of Chandler


Jay Tibshraeny Mayor of Chandler     Chandler’s business and development community continues to be a dynamic force with no signs of slowing down. In 2016, we experienced a solid year of employment diversification, company expansions, locates and business friendly programs that will continue into the new year. Rogers Corporation, one of Chandler’s longest-running businesses,… Read more

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