Real Estate

We're touting last year as one of metro Phoenix’s best-ever years for home sales.

A well-known, Atlanta-based developer wants to build a 245-unit complex that strays from the low-density character of the area, and the majority of nearby homeowners are against it.

Research Professor and Economist Lee McPheters says we're relying on the labor market and Arizona hasn't been a hot market for the construction industry.

From Arizona State University’s Gammage Auditorium and the Wright House to the First Christian Church, Frank Lloyd Wright gave the Valley its unique architectural style. Naturally, Real Estate Professor Mark Stapp, who is the executive director of W. P. Carey’s MRED program and has deep development ties in the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale area, was asked to comment.

The drop in sales of luxury homes and in total dollars spent market wide from august to September hints that the fourth quarter of 2015 may not be as strong as the first three, according to the latest housing market report from the Center for Real Estate Theory and Practice.