Arizona Real Estate Market Place

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Take action now if you’re planning to buy a home because prices are going up for the next couple of years in Arizona. Investments in single-family rental properties have real potential.

fore-sale-real-estate-sign-arizona-homeThe strongest economic growth and therefore most robust demand for housing is in Phoenix, where jobs are growing in healthcare, retail, and the finance sector. In addition to the metropolis cities, places like Prescott cater to retirees or Flagstaff to the younger demographic. Job increase has been steady in the health care and retail sectors, mostly in Prescott and Phoenix and Flagstaff depends greatly on the cyclical tourist trade.

Phoenix costs are expected to increase at least 25 percent over the following 36 months, which means you shouldn’t wait too long. Costs have been strongest in Phoenix itself and marginally weaker in the southeast suburbs. Flagstaff, Tucson, and Phoenix have a high proportion of renters but investing in single-family properties to lease them is most plausible in Phoenix.

Homes are an excellent investment because home prices will keep climbing the next few years; yet costs are in balance with local incomes. In the Phoenix marketplace, expect about 60,000 new single-family homes built over the next three years and the same number of condos. In Prescott, expect fewer than 5,000 houses constructed. In Flagstaff expect mostly condos, with less than a thousand new homes.

Few people have the funds to buy a home like the ones in the video below, however, if you are one of the privileged few, there are several on the market in the Paradise Valley area of Phoenix.

Citizen Public House

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Relax and enjoy an extraordinary experience at Citizen Public House. It is a variation of a public house and is nestled in Old Town Scottsdale, Arizona. It offers genuine hospitality with modern fare. The interior of the joint has mahogany accents surrounding leather booths and a bar made of stainless steel. There is an alcove that houses a larger family-style table for bigger groups.

Just because Citizen Public House is in Scottsdale, don’t think it is a pretentious place. The master chef hails from Cowboy Ciao, another great place to eat in Old Town Scottsdale.

Insite it looks like a furniture ad, with an atmosphere is relaxed but stylish, with every detail considered. Carefully organized clusters of photos on the walls adorn a vast room with the steel-topped bar front and center. Concrete floor polished sheen contrasts against the big wooden rafters under a high ceiling. A roll up door leads to a patio, and there is a carpeted dining room upstairs. The carpet helps if you are sensitive to noise levels, as the principal space can be notably raucous at times.

Selections from the menu include chicken breast, short ribs, halibut, pork loin, steak and more with interesting side dishes, sauces, and other fixings.

Citizen Public offers of classic American food with a trendy classiness. Make sure it is in your restaurant selection if you end up in the downtown Scottsdale area.

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I love living in Scottsdale AZ so much! True, it can get a little hot in the summer, but hey, that is what the pool is for!

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The video is a great representation of the life you can live here in Scottsdale. I think I have been to every place in the video! Great food, amazing shopping, beautiful scenery, nice people and terrific weather for 75% of the year. Are you jealous yet? Ok, I will stop teasing… for now.

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