Article originally posted on Phoenix Business Journal on September 18, 2016 The Southwest is expected to continue eclipsing the national economy in terms of economic growth and job creation over the next few years. That’s according to former Citibank CEO Eugene McQuade, who spoke at the annual Phoenix Business Journal-Salt River Project 2017 Economic Forecast, […]
Article originally posted on AZ Central on September 9, 2016 A California investor has paid $80 million for more than 10,000 acres west of the White Tank Mountains in Buckeye that could sprout nearly 40,000 new homes. Valley developer and philanthropist Jerry Bisgrove sold the Tartesso development to Irvine, California-based Dolphin Partners, according to public […]
Article originally posted on AZ Central on August 23, 2016 Arizona’s economy is shedding its underperforming label and will start to push above the national average, according to a new report. Robert Kavcic, senior economist at BMO Capital Markets in Toronto, expects the state’s economy to grow by 2.1 percent this year and 2.4 percent […]
Article originally posted on Phoenix Business Journal on August 16, 2016 California’s tax and regulatory policies have made the cost of doing business more expensive than other states and prompted about 10,000 companies over the last eight years to leave the state or shift or curtail operations to reduce costs, according to a report from […]
The former small City of Buckeye is now ranked fourth in population growth within Metropolitan Phoenix. Buyers are attracted to the hometown feel as well as Buckeye’s proximity to attractions such as Phoenix International Raceway, University of Phoenix Stadium as well as several spring training venues. Click here to read the full article.
Large scale solar developments are on the rise in United States. Current cost incentives are driving this growth while rooftop systems are becoming less efficient from a monetary standpoint. (Read the full article here.)