Sunday, August 7, 2016

On the farm or farm-to-table? Demand for housing near South Mountain could change rural vibe

Subdivisions, hundreds of homes and a farm-to-table restaurant project are slated to transform a part of south Phoenix known for its agrarian history.

The Baseline Road corridor — between roughly Central Avenue and 40th Street — is sparking development interest on sites that once were plant nurseries, gardening companies and groves. Decades ago, people knew the area by its acres of colorful flower gardens near the base of South Mountain that since have disappeared.

Read more... http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/phoenix/2016/08/02/phoenix-south-mountain-agrarian-lifestyle-suburban/87539190/

Canadians, investors poised for big profits selling metro Phoenix homes

It could be sell time for two big groups of metro Phoenix homeowners.

Many Canadians and institutional investors bought bargain foreclosure homes in the Valley during the crash. Now, they are poised to make a lot of money on metro Phoenix housing.

Read more... http://www.azcentral.com/story/money/real-estate/catherine-reagor/2016/07/24/canadians-investors-poised-big-profits-selling-metro-phoenix-homes/87355636/

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