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How Will Online School Affect the Arizona Real Estate Market

How Will Online School Affect the Arizona Real Estate Market?

Area school districts can be one of the most essential issues in residential real estate. Even when you don?t have kids, highly-rated schools can translate into increased property values, quality of life, and profitability. When school started this year, millions of parents, teachers, and children across Arizona had to brave…
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Choosing the Best Agent for Your Arizona Home Purchase

Choosing the Best Agent for Your Arizona Home Purchase

Having the right real estate agent can make all the difference for your Arizona home buying/selling experience and for your bottom line.? Every home buyer is unique, and while there are no one-size-fits all features of the perfect real estate agent, there are certain features you can look for in…
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Will the Arizona High Court Overturn the Eviction Moratorium

Can Arizona Landlords Get Help During the Eviction Moratorium?

In July, Governor Ducey extended the Arizona eviction moratorium until October 31, 2020. When the executive order was issued, the state’s COVID-19 numbers were high, and thousands of Arizonians were facing homelessness. For those struggling to pay their rent because of the pandemic, news of the extension was a relief.…
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The Latest High-End Home Sales in Metro Phoenix

In March, the Phoenix housing market continued to boom with activity in both the residential and commercial markets. This activity has included luxury properties. Here is more on the latest high-end home sales in and around metro Phoenix: Late last year, former Arizona Cardinals Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner…
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Can I use a 1031 Exchange for my Arizona Commercial Transaction

Can I use a 1031 Exchange for my Arizona Commercial Transaction?

Arizona real estate investors can be involved in multiple purchases and sales of properties.? Usually, when these transactions result in a profit, the investor will owe taxes on his or her gain.? However, when the investor decides to take the earnings and reinvest them in a 1031 exchange, they may…
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Should Arizona?s Short-Term Rental Law be Repealed

Should Arizona?s Short-Term Rental Law be Repealed?

In 2016, the Arizona legislature passed Senate Bill 1350, or “the Airbnb Bill,” which prohibits cities and towns from regulating vacation or short-term rental properties. Since its passage, this law has been a contention point between property owners, neighborhood residents, and municipalities. Although some legislative efforts have been made to…
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Is the Phoenix Turning into Denver

Is the Phoenix Turning into Denver?

Last year, the Valley of the Sun experienced unprecedented population growth and impressive commercial development. With all of its recent success, the fifth-most populous city in the country has seen a sharp increase in area rents and home prices that are similar to those seen lately in Denver, Colorado. These…
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When Can a Commercial Lease Tenant be Locked Out?

When Can a Commercial Lease Tenant be Locked Out?

When a commercial tenant fails to pay rent or is otherwise in breach of the lease agreement, landlords may have the option of locking the tenant out of the leased property. In some cases, landlords and tenants will be able to resolve their issues before this action becomes necessary. In…
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El Mirage is Seeing New Residential Real Estate Activity

El Mirage is Seeing New Residential Real Estate Activity

Metro Phoenix has been a hotbed of real estate activity this year. Communities such as Glendale and Goodyear are growing along with the 303 Corridor. Mesa is thriving, and new residential neighborhood developments are underway throughout Maricopa county. However, just twenty miles northwest of Phoenix, the city of El Mirage…
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