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Phoenix Area Housing Market Bubble? RL Brown Says No!

As one might expect, Valley housing prices have jumped dramatically since the market crash of 2007-2008. The market seemed to have bottomed in 2010, when homes built just 5-7 years prior were selling at prices far below the builder’s cost to replace the structure alone. The Crash of 2008 Much of the demand le

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5 Major Pinal County Development Projects

5 Major Pinal County Development Projects

We keep our eyes open for any news related to the large projects of the southeast valley. As land investors, we have a big interest in how, and whether or not, they proceed. The growth of the valley will march on regardless of whether these particular projects materialize, but large projects have the potential to

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New Homes for Sale in Greater Phoenix are in Robust Demand

New Homes for Sale in Greater Phoenix are in Robust Demand And What that Means for Land Investors

“New houses are going up in the Phoenix area at the fastest pace in 10 years, and prices are climbing faster than they have in five years.” So reports one article among many from the Arizona Republic in July. A simple Google search on “Phoenix area new homes sales” will provide pages of similar articles f

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Nikola Motor Company Decides to Move to Coolidge in Pinal County

Lucid Motors, Nikola Motor Company Opportunity for Land Investors

Lucid Motors announced its plan to invest $700 million in a manufacturing plant in Arizona in 2016. They secured an option on 500 acres in Casa Grande and indicated that they expected to start production in 2018. Lucid Motors Secures Funding We’ve been eagerly awaiting word to see if this project was going to

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Phoenix Development Cycles

Phoenix Development Cycles: Knowing When to Buy

The Phoenix area has been one of the nations strongest regions for growth for some 60 years. Virtually all economists agree the growth is going to continue for many decades. A look back demonstrates that it doesn’t come at a steady rate. Instead, growth comes in waves, surging ahead for some years, then slowi

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