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December 2018 – Letter From the Publisher

Publisher's Letter

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business  Dear Readers, On behalf of everyone at Arizona School of Real Estate & Business, season’s greetings to you and your loved ones! It’s hard to believe 2018 is nearly over. I hope it has been a prosperous year for all of you. As the year… Read more

November 2018 – Letter From the Publisher

Publisher's Letter

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business  Dear Readers, As you look ahead to plan for 2019, it’s important to take a step back and learn from what the Arizona real estate market experienced in 2018. Throughout the past year, you’ve seen home prices steadily increasing, mortgage rates rising, and single-family homes… Read more

October 2018 – Letter From the Publisher

Publisher's Letter

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business  Dear Readers, If you have visited downtown Phoenix recently, you will notice some changes to the skyline – condominium development is in full swing. In addition to a 30-story high-rise apartment building, there will be 1 million square feet of office space, nine new restaurants,… Read more

September 2018 – Letter From the Publisher

Publisher's Letter

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business  Dear Readers, In our industry, we find success through satisfying our clients. For that, you need to know what their needs are. But what happens if the client is not able to articulate exactly what they are looking for? It is imperative for you, the… Read more

August 2018 – Letter From the Publisher

Publisher's Letter

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business  Dear Readers, This month, we reflect on the intrinsic value of change. For many, “change” is a word that brings feelings of anxiety or fear. These folks believe change will bring something negative to their lives, so they avoid it at all costs. But if… Read more

Letter From the Publisher

Publisher's Letter

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business  Dear Readers, I’m happy to report that we at the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business received overwhelmingly positive feedback about our May seminar, Millennials’ Impact on the Market: Buying, Investing, and the Technology Boost. As millennials’ incomes increase with age and they start… Read more

Letter From the Publisher

Publisher's Letter

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business  Dear Readers, This month marks the beginning of summer and the end of the school year for many students across the country. However, at the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business, we educate our students all year long and offer the highest-quality curriculum in… Read more

Publisher’s Letter

Publisher's Letter

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business  Dear Readers, We have a lot to celebrate in May. In this month, we remember our fallen soldiers on Memorial Day and our family matriarch on Mother’s Day. And May is also the month in which we highlight one of the largest generations in history… Read more

Publisher’s Letter

Publisher's Letter

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business    Dear Readers, I’m proud to have assumed the roles of President of the Arizona School of Real Estate & Business (ASREB) and publisher of the Journal. I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I’ve been involved in real estate and lending education… Read more

PUBLISHER’S LETTER

Publisher's Letter

Tricia Covert Publisher, Arizona Journal of Real Estate & Business    It’s interesting to talk to Phoenix natives who have lived in the city for decades. They’ve seen Phoenix as a western town with barren roads and large desert lots – not too long ago. Today, Old Town Scottsdale is a perfect example of how… Read more

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