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Chef and nutritionist Courtney Fuller and her husband moved from Washington state to the West Valley last September to be closer to his family. more
We have lots of media attention recently to the problem of housing the homeless. Local nonprofits are studying the issue with seminars and research reports. But nearly all these efforts focus on the … more
No home sales eclipsed the $1 million mark in Peoria for the week of Jan. 3-9, according to Realtor. com. However, they were located in the 85383 ZIP code, the city’s hot spot for luxury … more
Within a free marketplace economies within economies oftentimes develop and the Phoenix metropolitan housing market is no exception. The luxury real estate game --- properties at $750,000 or … more
In a world turned upside by a global pandemic amid a quickly changing economic landscape where laws of yesterday no longer apply — one law of business a part of the Arizona real estate … more
The year of the pandemic proved to be difficult for many industries in Peoria, but the housing market was not one of them. more
The top three home sales did not crack the $1 million dollar mark in Peoria for the week of Dec. 18-25, according to Realtor. com. more
Enclave at Arrowhead, a 240-unit multifamily community at 8092 W. Paradise Lane, has been sold to a private buyer for $63 million. more
The top three home sales in Peoria were located in the 85383 ZIP code for the week of Dec. 11-17, according to Realtor. com. more
Shea Proctor Valley LLC, a California-based subsidiary of Shea Homes, bought 415 acres of land for $46.77 million at the northeast corner of 75th Avenue and Jomax Road in north Peoria at a state land auction Wednesday. more
No home sales in Peoria eclipsed the $1 million mark for the week of Dec. 4-10, according to Realtor. com more
National Association of Realtors named the Valley of the Sun a top 10 real estate market during and in a post-COVID-19 environment. more
A 30-acre property in south Peoria had been vacant for a number of years, but is now on track to receive life with a new home community that just broke ground, Dec. 2. more
Glendale’s planning commission will examine three topics at its next meeting, ranging from a 100-acre industrial site to a 250-acre proposed residential development, to a complaint regarding distances between group homes. more
Nearly 160 military veterans who had been without homes are using rental-assistance vouchers to live in Mesa in the Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing program, with funding available for … more
Don’t let the name mislead you – there are big, new additions on the horizon for Old Town Peoria! more
Darlene Powell has always wanted to live in Arizona. The retired Rikers Island correctional officer and now speech language pathologist from New York City did her research and found a new rental home would suit her well in her pursuit for the desert Southwest. more
The housing market in Arizona is gangbusters right now, but how long can the record breaking sales go on? more
While the world was turned upside down and economic engines came to a grinding halt as the COVID-19 outbreak unfolded, the Phoenix metropolitan housing market has remained steady. more
Independent Newsmedia reached out to Realtor Greg Hague to better understand the current state of affairs as all things coronavirus impact the local housing marketplace. more
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