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Before and After – Arcadia Proper Full Rehab

Before and After home in Arcadia

Loan Amount: 993,250 Rate: 12.9% Loan Term: 12 Months Loan Type: Fix and Flip Asset Type: Single Family Residential This newly renovated home in Arcadia Proper already had great bones to build on, and our borrower, Ted, went above and beyond with updates.  Updates to the house that

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Residential Fix and Flip – Before and After

Residential Before and After

Residential Loan Term: 24 Months Asset Type: Multi-Family Loan Amount: $780,000 Rate: 12.9% Loan Type: Residential This Sedona Bed & Breakfast was originally built in the 1950’s and our borrower brought it back to the present. Initially sporting 20 small rooms, the borrower broke down walls to

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Tucson Development Gets New Life

Originally Published in Arizona Daily Star, October 25, 2016 A 645-acre residential and commercial development south of Valencia Road near Ryan Airfield, which was idled during the Great Recession, has been revived. The Pomegranate development could have as many as 2,658 homes in an area that county

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Flagstaff Sees a Boom In Construction

Originally Published in the Arizona Daily Sun, October 24, 2016 The biggest single player in town, Vintage Partners, is involved in three large projects around the city, including one multi-step development that will involve relocating existing businesses and government services and creating new business locations and student

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While Single-Family Stock Remains Tight, Rising Rents Are Seen

Published by Scottsdale Independent on October 19th, 2016, written b Terrance Thornton The basic economic rule of supply and demand is in full effect as experts agree the Phoenix metropolitan housing market continues its steady pace of home valuation increases, new home builds and rising rents. As

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The Housing Cycle: Phoenix is in an Expansion Phase

By Rick Palacios Jr., Director of Research | John Burns Real Estate Consulting Where are we in the housing cycle? This, by far, is the question we get asked the most. It’s often framed with the metaphor of a nine-inning baseball game: What inning are we in? This question

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Paradise Valley Home Development Plans

By Terrance Thornton | Paradise Valley Independent The development stars could be aligning as a new effort to develop what locals call “The Jarvis Property” appears to be afoot. The 4.4-acre parcel, which is owned by Town Triangle, LLC, is at the northwest corner of the alignment

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1,300 Houses Planned in West Flagstaff Subdivision

Originally Published in the Arizona Daily Sun on October 6, 2016 The Flagstaff Planning and Zoning Commission will decide next week whether to advance a proposed 1,300-home subdivision with frontage on West Route 66 and Woody Mountain Road to the City Council. On Wednesday, the commission heard the first presentation

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Flagstaff Could be Arizona’s Next Big Apartment Market

Article Originally Written in the Phoenix Business Journal and Published October 5, 2016 The national wave of new apartments and multifamily property sales that has dominated big markets such as Phoenix since the recession could be making its way to Flagstaff. A new report ranks Flagstaff and

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Creative Amenities in Master Plan Communities

Verrado, Eastmark and Vistancia, three well known master planned communities in Arizona, have been ranked in the top 50 best-selling master planned communities.  As amenity packages become more creative, the competition to make the list becomes tougher. Ways that many master planned communities bring quality in the

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