Arizona’s Multifamily Industry Remains Positive Despite Headwinds, Says AMA

Arizona’s multifamily industry has been one of the most robust the past few years, even during the pandemic. While there is still plenty of runway as 2023 nears, there are some headwinds that could slow down the momentum. They include a lack of housing supply and a lack of affordable housing. “You can’t go a day without hearing about the housing supply and the lack of … [More]

Inflation is an Upward Trend in Arizona, Says Greater Phoenix Chamber Q2 Business Index

GREATER PHOENIX CHAMBER RELEASES Q2 ARIZONA BUSINESS INDEX The Greater Phoenix Chamber recently released the Q2 Arizona Business Index™ (ABI™), powered by OH Predictive Insights (OHPI). The study measures and interprets the health of the Arizona economy from the perspective of the Arizona consumer. "The news is as we expected with inflation continuing an upward trend in … [More]

Homebuyers’ Down Payments Doubled during the Pandemic, Says Report

The typical U.S. homebuyer who took out a mortgage in July made a $62,500 down payment, up 13.6% from a year earlier and almost twice the median $32,917 down payment in July 2019, before the pandemic. That’s according to a new report from Redfin, the technology-powered real estate brokerage. The combination of increased down payments and monthly mortgage payments near all-time … [More]

Japanese Mining Co. Breaks Ground on New Manufacturing Plant in Mesa, Creating More Than 100 Jobs by 2025

JX Nippon Mining & Metals USA, Inc., together with the City of Mesa, the Arizona Commerce Authority, and local officials, held a groundbreaking ceremony today initiating construction of JX USA’s new state-of-the-art electronic materials manufacturing plant in the City of Mesa, Arizona. The new plant is expected to be operational in early 2024 and create more than 100 jobs … [More]

Joint Venture to Create 313-Unit Multifamily Community in Downtown Phoenix Opportunity Zone

EJF Capital LLC and Toll Brothers Inc., through its Toll Brothers Apartment Living division, announced the formation of a joint venture to develop Henri, a 313-unit multifamily community in downtown Phoenix, AZ. The 2.32-acre site is in a “Qualified Opportunity Zone” under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (“TCJA”), which offers investors potential tax benefits to invest into … [More]

Arizona Is 8th among Least Impacted States by Climate Change and Natural Disasters, Says Study

From raging wildfires to tornadoes, floods and hurricanes, the U.S. sees its share of natural disasters every year. The latest of these disasters, Hurricane Ian, may have done as much as $57 billion in damage to Florida and South Carolina. Nine other natural disasters have already caused over $1 billion in damage each during 2022. Millions of Americans’ homes and workplaces … [More]

How to Master Short-Form Videos in Short Order

by John Ferin

So you’ve been assigned to create a short-form video for your company. Maybe you even have a ring light, a tripod, dedicated studio space, or a quality microphone. Now what? Anyone who can hit the “record” and “stop” buttons on an iPhone can make a video. But the goal should not simply be to make a video, to complete the assignment, to check a box. It’s essential to first … [More]

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