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Anthem News & Opinion

Market ripe for investors gobbling up apartment buildings

Strong rent growth and robust appreciation have prompted investors to continue buying up apartment buildings in the Phoenix market. Many potential homebuyers have been priced out of the Phoenix metro …

Gas prices to remain high amid summer travel

Don’t look for Arizona gas prices to drop significantly anytime soon, according to Economist Danny Court. This weekend, travel is supposed to ramp up — just in time for the July 4 …

Org: Voters Want Functioning Border

Center for the Future of Arizona (CFA)  released its immigration findings as the final topic unveiled on the Arizona Voters’ Agenda, which identifies what likely voters in the General …

Maricopa County homeowners may see reduction in property taxes

Maricopa County homeowners will get a bit of a break on future property taxes. On Monday, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors voted to cut the property tax rate as part of its 2023 fiscal …

Rainfall not definite for monsoon

Monsoon season is here.But whether Valley residents will see any significant wet conditions this summer is up in the air, according to Mark O’Malley of the National Weather Service in Phoenix. …

More build-to-rent homes expected in Phoenix area

More build-to-rent projects could be on the horizon in the Phoenix area. On Wednesday, Taylor Morrison Home Corp. announced a joint venture with Värde Partners where the group closed on nine …

State board greenlights I-17 improvements from Anthem Way to Sunset Point

The State Transportation Board has approved the 2023-2027 Five-Year Transportation Facilities Construction Program, including adding lanes along Interstate 17 between Anthem Way and Sunset …

Grocery prices not yet near peak

Grocery store prices won’t get better in the near term and have yet to peak at its highest levels, according to Mark Vitner, a senior economist at Wells Fargo. Meat, seafood and bread all …
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