Real Estate

Shrinking supply has been the story in the Phoenix real estate market for months, but relief could be here in the second half of the year — at least for some buyers. In the past two months the number of building permits issued in the $200,000 to $500,000 range has increased to a level not seen since 2007.

The high volatility that electrified the Phoenix real estate market over the past few years has been replaced by something more like normality. Change is more gradual. The real news is tied to long term trends, which have been shifting, according to Mike Orr, who is director of the center housed at the W. P. Carey School of Business.

If your corporate office is in the same building as your bedroom, you may want to consider moving the space elsewhere to adequately build revenue for your venture.

Clinical Assistant Professor Kathryn Eaton, shares her experiences of being a landlord in the Phoenix real estate market. This particular article deals with the confusion and uncertainty that can surround the pricing of property.

Clinical Assistant Professor Kathryn Eaton, shares her experiences of being a landlord in the Phoenix real estate market. This particular article focuses on how to handle the unexpected with confidence and poise.