If you love the sun you’ll love Arizona. The Grand Canyon State has a
booming economy and a diverse population. What’s more, the cost of
living in Arizona is relatively low compared to the rest of the United
States. Here’s what you should know about the cost of housing, food,
transportation, taxes and more in Arizona. Click here to read the article by Amelia Josephson
Is A Perfect Storm Headed For Arizona's Booming Real Estate Industry? / Paige Phelps
Phoenix-area home buyers know all too well that a hot housing market isn’t guaranteed to be a permanent fixture. While
job numbers and housing starts are currently skyrocketing, there are
signs a perfect storm is brewing on the economic horizon. Arizona's
last jobs report featured an unemployment rate at 4.7 percent, a strong
number... Click here to read the full article.
Arizona Foreclosure Listings /
This resource features Arizona foreclosures currently for sale. Listings include Arizona bank owned homes and REO properties. Reportedly, all foreclosure listings are screened for accuracy by a team of professionals on a daily basis. Information includes information that will interest you the most, including: contact information, number of beds and baths, SQFT and price. Click here to go to the site.
Property Shark - Cheap Homes For Sale In Arizona
Believe it or not there's an abundance of cheap homes and properties in Arizona, you just need to know where to look for them... and I've discovered the perfect site. How cheap? Well, I just did a quick search for properties less than or equal to $50,000 and got 248 listings. Click here to go to the site and begin your own search.
Phoenix - A Hot 2019 Housing Market / By Tim Gallen
Phoenix's housing market is set to keep up its healthy pace into 2019, according to Realtor.com. The real-estate website included Phoenix on its list of top markets for homebuyers in 2019, where it ranks No. 5. Realtor.com
forecasts the region's market will post sales growth of 3.6 percent
this calendar year, along with price growth of 5.6 percent. Click here to read full article.
Tucson - Future Population Growth Staggering - Projected 1.5M By 2030 / by Michael Oliver
The Tucson population as anyone who has lived here the past 10 years
knows continues to grow every year… When I moved here 15 years ago
anything north of Ina on the NW side was “way out there”. Today with
over 1M people in Pima County already (we passed the 1 million mark
between 2006 or 2008 depending on what source you use) the growth will
just continue to increase for the next 25 years as it has in the past.Click here to read the full article.