Peoria Real Estate News
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Thursday Jul 21 | via Business Wire
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Saturday Jul 9 | via The Arizona Republic
Land, land everywhere in Phoenix but not a lot to build on Metro Phoenix has a shortage of lots ready for homebuilding, which could slow growth of new homes Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/29zUhj2 New-home sales continue to rebound in metro Phoenix, and the supply of lots prepped and ready for houses is shrinking to the lowest level in decades. A shortage of construction workers, like this one working for Meritage Homes Corp., is making it hard for developers to respond to the demand for new homes. Comment?
May 19, 2016 | via The Arizona Republic
Credit Union West is a local financial institution offering the same products and services found at most banks. With eight locations in Maricopa County and three in Yavapai County, "we're known for providing outstanding service to our members and for being a great place to work," said Karen Roch, executive vice president. Comment?
May 9, 2016 | via The Arizona Republic
North Peoria, including Vistancia, stands as the second hottest housing market in the Phoenix area, just behind north Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. Peoria has 2nd hottest housing sales in metro Phoenix North Peoria, including Vistancia, stands as the second hottest housing market in the Phoenix area, just behind north Scottsdale and Paradise Valley. Comment?
May 5, 2016 | via The Arizona Republic
Can even your mortgage be energy efficient? An Energy Efficient Mortgage considers that increasingly important factor in determining the loan qualifying ratio for a new home. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1T0TQLf For new homes, an Energy Efficient Mortgage considers that increasingly important factor in determining the loan qualifying ratio for your new home. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 6 | via The Arizona Republic
Arizona's sales-tax rate is the 11th-highest in the nation, a national analysis of state and local tax systems finds. Think Arizona sales tax is high? You're right Arizona's sales-tax rate is the 11th-highest in the nation, a national analysis of state and local tax systems finds. Comment?
Jun 18, 2016 | via Verde Independent
Years in Arizona/Verde Valley: I'm an Arizona native, but mostly raised in Upstate NY. I returned home in 1994 and finally settled in the Verde Valley in 1997, after graduating from NAU. Comment?
Jun 13, 2016 | via The Columbian
It's one of those hush-hush practices that homeowners rarely hear about but real estate agents know only too well: It's called "buying the listing." What it means is that some agents want the listing to sell your house so badly that they'll go along with whatever price you ask, even if it's outlandishly above what comparable houses are commanding. Comment?
Jun 7, 2016 | via The Washington Post
If you're planning to sell your house, arrange for multiple presentations by agents who specialize in your neighborhood. It's one of those hush-hush practices that homeowners rarely hear about but real estate agents know only too well: It's called "buying the listing." Comment?
May 28, 2016 | via The Arizona Republic
Scottsdale-based Meritage Homes is partnering with the non-profit Homefront to donate a three-bedroom, two-bathroom house to an active military member or veteran. Still time to apply: Military family will get free home in Goodyear Scottsdale-based Meritage Homes is partnering with the non-profit Homefront to donate a three-bedroom, two-bathroom house to an active military member or veteran. Comment?
8 min ago | via The Brattleboro Reformer
WESTMINSTER >> announced a special appeal to the public for donations to its housing assistance fund, which is used to help homeless families and individuals obtain housing and to keep those at risk of homelessness in their homes. SEVCA provides assistance with back rent, first month's rent, security deposits, and utility payments to end or prevent homelessness for 350 to 450 local households per year, but existing funding falls far short of the need. Comment?
15 min ago | via Redlands Daily Facts
Increased consumer spending is expected to fuel a 3.4 percent boost in retail sales this year, the National Retail Federation reported Tuesday. That's a more aggressive forecast than the 3.1 percent increase the NRF predicted for the year in February. Comment?
19 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Cities outside the Lower Mainland are bracing for the potential ripple effect of the provincial government's surprise tax on foreign buyers, which will add 15 per cent to the cost of homes sold to people from outside the country - but only in Metro Vancouver. "We're one of those unintended consequences. Comment?
24 min ago | via Silicon Alley Insider
Over the past couple of decades, the growth of the world's super-rich has brought about levels of global inequality not seen since the Gilded Age. Understanding where these super-rich individuals and families actually live can help us learn about their sources of wealth and how their mobility affects cities in a global economy. Comment?
26 min ago | via The Hastings Tribune
In today's mail I received a mailing from the Kansas Club for Growth touting that Terry Bruce made sure that taxpayers would have a say before our taxes went up, looking out for the little guy. Comment?
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