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May
31
More Jobs Mean More Residents

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Arizona is said to be adding more than 165,000 new jobs by 2020.







Arizona’s employment is expected to increase from 3,015,242 to 3,180,933, representing an annualized growth rate of 2.7 percent — an increase from last year’s projection of 2.6 percent and more evidence of Arizona’s continued acceleration over the last 12 months.







And where there are more employment options, there are more residents. In just a year, Maricopa country has added 81,244 people, which averages more than 200 people a day! “Arizona is open for opportunity — and the word is out,” said Governor Ducey. “For the third year in a row, more people are moving to Mar...


Feb
17
Gilbert ranked safest city in AZ and sixth in the country!


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Led by Gilbert, three Phoenix suburbs were ranked among the 15 safest cities in the country for 2018.


Gilbert came in 6th in WalletHub’s rankings, and two nearby cities were close behind. Chandler ranked 12th and Scottsdale 15th.


Other Arizona cities that were in the rankings were Tempe at #35, Mesa at #40, and Phoenix at #120.


“Arizona in general also had a lower natural disaster risk from floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, things like that."


Dec
07
Arizona’s Economy is Booming

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To put it simply the Greater Phoenix area is doing very well economically. Job growth alone is expected to outpace the nation over the next several years, mostly in the metropolitan Phoenix area. The state’s population is also expected to grow by about 1 million residents within several years.


Here a look into Arizona’s Economic Forecast:




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*All numbers & analysis are from EBRC’s August 2018 quarterly forecast (next update: December 2018). If your business or organization requires more in-depth forecast data and analysis, find out about the benefits of joining EBRC’s Forecasting Project.


Sep
19
Arizona Trees

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Why do trees fall and/or uproot during monsoons? Are there signs you should look for? What can you do differently?


















The Palo Verde tree, one of the most commonly planted trees in residential areas is native to Arizona. So why are they uprooting during monsoons? Jessie Byrd with the Native Plant Nursery in Pima County says it’s mostly due to overwatering. Since Palo Verde trees are native to Arizona they are not meant to be watered as frequently as most people do. This makes the trees grow a lot faster, making the wood really weak.


















Some other warning signs to look for that can help you catch damage before it happens.










  1. Hole in the trunk




  2. Cracks and/or mis...


Aug
16
Phoenix leads with the fastest growth in single-family residential rentals

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Although they’re more common in suburban settings, single-family rentals have been abundant in most of the nation’s biggest urban centers. When RENTCafe looked at increases in the number of renter-occupied households by type, they found that in 22 of the 30 largest U.S. cities single-family rentals expanded faster than apartments between 2007 and 2016.












With some of the largest numbers of foreclosures and sharpest drops in home values during the housing bust, the city of Phoenix tops the list of cities with the biggest percentage increase in single-family rentals. According to U.S. Census estimates, the number of houses for rent in Phoenix increased by a whopping 7...


Jul
06
Low Maintenance Landscape

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In Arizona it’s important to have the right landscaping due the extreme climate and frequent droughts. Here are some common low maintenance Arizona plants to think about next time you are landscaping.




Trees:




  • Palo Verde




  • Mesquite




  • Arizona Ash




  • Willow Acacia




Shrubs:




  • Arizona Rosewood




  • Brittlebush




  • Black Dalea




  • Flame Honeysuckle




  • Langman’s Sage





Perennials:




  • Blackfoot Daisy




  • Hummingbird Trumpet




  • Mexican Hat





Cacti/Succulents:




  • Blue Myrtle Cactus




  • Blue Yucca




  • Golden Barrel




  • Desert Spoon




Jun
20
2018 Arizona Rental Market: Invest Now

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Arizona currently has the 22nd highest rent in the country out of 56 states and territories. In Maricopa County alone, with an estimated population of 3,817,117, the average 3 bedroom home rents for $1474. In Pima County, with an estimate population of 980,263, the average 3 bedroom home rents for $1242.



There is a high demand for 2018. This is due to two factors that will greatly impact Phoenix real estate: job and population growth. Phoenix real estate will benefit from the city’s growing economy. In 2017, Phoenix real estate investing was given a boost because of the additional 51,000 jobs added during the year. As of October 2017, Phoenix had an unemployment rate of 4.5%, the low...


May
29
AZ Creepy Crawlies

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In Arizona, you’ve either already come across these creepy crawlies, or you will!



Scorpions: Scorpions are one of the most dangerous household pests in Arizona. Their stings are painful and dangerous and they can be difficult to spot because of their translucent bodies. While most scorpions have a sting no worse than a bee, bark scorpions have highly toxic venom that requires immediate medical attention. If you have lots of shade around your yard or citrus trees in the vicinity, you need to be very careful about keeping an eye out for bark scorpions.


Ants: Ants exist nearly everywhere, but sometimes they can be dangerous! Fire ants are one of the most common household pests in Arizona....

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T: (480) 632-4222

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