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May We Have Your Attention: Marketing to Millennials

Special Interest

Kelly Ehlers Founder and President, Ideas That Evoke   We read headlines about millennials daily, but it’s not every day that brand strategists are able to hear directly from them. Brands succeed when they start a conversation that someone wants to join. That’s part of what we do at my company, and that’s what Nielsen… Read more

Do You Know What Millennials Really Want? (Hint: You May Be Surprised!)

Special Interest

Cindi Acker-Hein Creative Strategist, Ninety-Nine Hats   It’s no secret that millennials are the dominant voice in today’s economy. Born between the early 1980s and early 2000s, millennials have replaced baby boomers as the largest, most influential generation. While their impact is noticeable throughout the economy, it is especially powerful in the real estate market,… Read more

8 Brutal Truths About Millennials That Determine the Success of Every Business

Special Interest

Richie Norton Founder, Global Consulting Circle   Every business owner has one of two choices: Learn and embrace the global and millennial context (i.e., reality) Resist the global and millennial context and inevitably become irrelevant After having conducted more than 2,000 one-on-one interviews with millennials, this article describes the most important insights learned. Millennials don’t… 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

LAYING DOWN THE LAW – Supreme Court Rules That Claims For Wrongful Foreclosure Must Be Filed Prior To Trustee Sale

Laying Down the Law, Legal Forum

Christopher J. Charles, Esq.   Andy Anderson, Esq.   The recent Arizona Supreme Court case Zubia v. Shapiro, 243 Ariz. 412 (2018), reminds homeowners to obtain early legal counsel when facing foreclosure, while bolstering lenders’ affirmative waiver defenses. Particularly, the Supreme Court ruled that borrowers waive claims to damages concerning the validity of a trustee’s… Read more

THE IMPACT OF SELF-DRIVING CARS

Special Interest

David Allen Partner, Jaburg|Wilk Attorneys at Law   Found within the countless laws governing commercial transactions are many traps for the unwary. One such “trap” is found in the law governing certificates of deposit (CDs) and promissory notes. While most people would assume that their CD is “as good as gold” and that it can… Read more

Market Update

Market Update

Fletcher Wilcox V.P. Business Development & Real Estate Analyst, Grand Canyon Title Agency, Inc.   This report reviews trends for previously owned single-family homes in Maricopa County.  The information is compiled from Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. (ARMLS). Strong Start in 2018 for Sales and Median Sale Price, but not for New Listing Inventory… Read more

Keep From Becoming a Victim of Cybercrime

Technology/ Social Media

Kristin E. Rosan Partner, Madison & Rosan, LLP Attorneys at Law   Increasingly, real estate professionals are under attack by cybercriminals. Why?  Because the industry is inherently consumer friendly and promotional personal information (email addresses and social media) is easily observable online. I can find your picture, figure out who you do business with (i.e.,… Read more

The Cybersecurity Risks in Commercial Real Estate

Technology/ Social Media

Nate Hoelzen President, Arizona School of Real Estate & Business (ASREB)   The commercial real estate (CRE) industry may not appear as susceptible to cyberattacks as other industries. This could be because CRE companies maintain less personal information within their technology network. However, let’s explore the current state of cybersecurity, and the potential risks, in… Read more

ADRE Focus on Education

Industry News

Judy Lowe Commissioner, Arizona Department of Real Estate   The Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE) approves and oversees real estate schools and educators, including monitoring pre-licensing and continuing education courses, while always striving to ensure the highest quality for the content of courses and the competence of the instructors, as well as the quality… Read more

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