5 Reasons to Be Positive on Phoenix

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 28

At the Land and Housing Forecast Meeting this month, John Burns, a national real estate consultant, announced that Phoenix is positioned for huge growth. Five of the main demographic trends, all point to growth in Phoenix.


New Home Friday 12-23-2016

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 23

Welcome to Your Christmas Holiday Weekend!

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 22

Las Noches de Las Luminarias - Thursday, December 22nd – 23rd


Why going '10-over' the speed limit is now going to cost a bundle

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 21

That very unofficial nine mile-per-hour “tolerance cushion” on Arizona’s interstate highway system is going away by the end of the month on certain freeway segments.  Arizona Department of Transportation, Department of Public Safety and Governor’s Office of Highway Safety are designating 63 miles of Interstates 10 and 40, and U.S. 60 as safety corridors.


New Home Friday 12-16-2016

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 16

Welcome to Your Weekend!

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 15

“A Winnie-the-Pooh Christmas Tail” - Saturday, Dec 17th - 18th

A VYT Christmas classic tradition returns to the snow-covered Hundred Acre Woods! A very special Friend-and-Relation tells Christopher Robin the story of a Christmas Eve long ago when Eeyore, the old gray donkey who lives by himself in the thistle corner of the woods believes he has lost his tail and is VERY miserable. Winnie-the-Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and all their friends organize a search party to find his tail.


New Mantra: Live Where You Eat

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 14

Developers are now turning to food to help gain attraction to their residential projects and even command higher home values. Access to healthy food, community farms, chef-driven restaurants, or innovative food retail areas is increasingly being touted by real estate developers as an amenity, according to a new report released by the Urban Land Institute.


Real Estate - What You Need to Understand in 2017

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 13

Forget a tale of two cities: Extreme housing market fragmentation is now creating different experiences for home buyers and sellers in a wide range of locations and segments.

Nationally, home prices are expected to keep rising, albeit more slowly— 3.5% in 2017, vs. 4.5% in 2016, per Moody’s Analytics projections. But even more so than in recent years, your position is now going to hinge on what and where you’re buying or selling.


New Home Friday 12-09-2016

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 09