YourWestValley.comHousing market in Sun Cities bucks the Arizona trendYourWestValley.comThe home resale activity in the Sun Cities is driving prices up, in comparison to the rest of the state, where sales prices seem to have stalled, local real estate agents say. The two parameters Bill Swinney, manager of the Coldwell Banker Sun City ...
Wall Street DailyWhy Sun-Soaked Arizona Is Killing Solar PowerWall Street DailySolar homes often generate more power than they use at the time, and utilities are required to buy any excess solar power that homes generate. Homeowners return the power to the utility for credit against their bill. So basically, most solar customers ...Should Solar Panel Homes P […]
Florida, Arizona poised for surge of home buying baby boomersTampabay.comPut that criteria together and it pushes states like Florida and Arizona toward the top of boomers' wish lists. Yun's research examined current population trends, housing affordability and local economic conditions in 100 metros already known for lower ...and more »
azcentral.comPhoenix-area homebuilders ramp up deals to sell before 2015azcentral.com"Ripson Homes has a history of creating innovative marketing and financing plans for cost-conscious homebuyers in Arizona." Shea's deals vary in the 10 Valley communities where it currently sells houses. The price of a Shea house already built in San ...
Census: Arizona lags in homes with computers, high-speed Internet accessArizona Capitol TimesWASHINGTON – Arizona homes trailed the nation in both their access to high-speed Internet and their computer ownership, according to a recent report from the Census Bureau. The report, released this month, said 86.8 percent of Arizona homes had a ...and more »
TucsonSentinel.comArizona lags in homes with high-speed InternetTucsonSentinel.comArizona homes trailed the nation in both their access to high-speed Internet and their computer ownership, according to a recent report from the Census Bureau. The report, released this month, said 86.8 percent of Arizona homes had a computer and 76.2 ...Census: Arizona lags in […]
Arizona Daily StarArizona lags in home computers, high-speed InternetArizona Daily StarWASHINGTON — Arizona homes trail the nation in both their access to high-speed Internet and their computer ownership, according to a new report from the Census Bureau. The report said 86.8 percent of Arizona homes had a computer and 76.2 percent ...
Arizona home prices grew early, then stalledToday's News-HeraldNew figures Tuesday from the Federal Housing Finance Agency show prices paid for Arizona homes during the third quarter of this year were, on average, seven-tenths of a percent higher than the second quarter. That compares with 0.9 percent nationally.and more »
Phoenix Business JournalArizona house flippers making $52K per house, but better profits found in ...Phoenix Business JournalOnly Nevada, 7.7 percent, had a greater share of third-quarter home sales by flippers. Nationally, 4 percent of U.S. homes in the third quarters were sold by flippers and short-term investors. In Arizona, flippers bought homes for $191 […]
azcentral.comA diverse economy in Arizona at last?azcentral.comFor a couple years coming out of the recession (really, an economic depression in Arizona), homebuilding climbed, especially in the Valley. Construction in 2012 was up 71 percent over the year before, to 12,000 new homes. Trend lines were good.