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Last updated: September 11, 2019 • Real Estate Around the Country

Best Places to Raise a Family in Arizona

Arizona is a state with a population of little over 7.1 million people, where the home-ownership rate is 63%, according to the US Census Bureau. With 2.68 persons per household, the Grand Canyon state is definitely pro-family life. In fact, 40,555 weddings took place in Arizona last year. But since most of its surface is …

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Last updated: August 8, 2019 • Real Estate Around the Country

Ghost Towns in Arizona

Arizona is the 6th largest state by surface area but 42% of it is covered by coppery sand and cacti. In fact, the four of the North American deserts spread across the state’s territory, with Sonoran desert covering most of its surface. In spite of all the dryness and heat, about 7.1 million people try …

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Home-Buying Behavior by Generation

The decision to sell a house is not always an easy one. As you wait for the right buyer, you probably try to create an identikit picture of the future owners mentally. How old would they be? Will they have one or more kids? Will they bring in pets? And many questions like these could …

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Cities with the most expensive real estate – NYC is NOT one of them!

When one thinks about a hectic (but profitable) real estate market, with lots of transactions, and a finite supply for a seemingly endless demand that makes real estate prices go absurd… that person probably has New York City as a role model. But guess what? That’s a trap. We’re not saying NYC is a piece …

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Last updated: July 10, 2019 • Real Estate Around the Country

Ghost Towns of America

Last month we did a post about the best vacations destinations this summer and we divided our picks by the type of travel: you had a family travel option, a destination for adventurous people, a place to unplug from the fast-paced life we live and other possibilities. But we missed one: what if the person …

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