How Canada’s new government will impact Arizona

2015-12-03T13:21:04-07:00December 3rd, 2015|News|

After ten years of conservative and austerity rule in the Canadian parliament, voters put a new Liberal government in place on a push to kickstart the economy. Canada’s economic growth plays directly into Arizona’s real estate market as Canadians are Arizona’s largest source of foreign snow birds and the real estate investors keeping the CRE [...]

Buffalo Chip Saloon is a total loss after fire

2015-11-27T15:48:57-07:00November 27th, 2015|News|

Crews battled a massive blaze Thursday morning at a Valley hotspot — the Buffalo Chip Saloon and steakhouse. Rural Metro fire units initially responded to a small fire in the bathroom which was out quickly. Officials called Maricopa County arson investigators and cleared the scene, Colin Williams with Rural Metro said. Those investigators were there when a fire [...]

Arizona Boasts Some of America’s Safest Cities

2015-09-19T15:22:55-07:00September 19th, 2015|News|

Millions of Canadian's love to live in and visit Arizona for a number of reason's from the incredible weather, beautiful scenery, endless attractions and events, affordable real estate, but also because it reminds us of home with some of the safest cities in all of America. Three of the major cities in the greater Phoenix [...]

Scottsdale and Peoria among top 10 places to retire

2015-09-01T11:55:06-07:00September 1st, 2015|News|

Looking to retire? Several Arizona cities may be the best place to settle down, according to a study by financial website WalletHub. The study, released this week, determined that Scottsdale and Peoria are among the top 10 spots to retire in the country, based on criteria such as cost of living, weather and hospitals. Mesa [...]

Lake Mead Rising; Arizona Won’t Sacrifice Water in 2016

2015-08-19T12:33:44-07:00August 19th, 2015|News|

Water supply from the Colorado River will not run short next year, contrary to the dismal projections that Arizona had braced for until a few months ago. Water managers even expect to stave off a shortage in 2017 thanks to an unusually wet spring and a multistate agreement to take less water out of Lake [...]

Arizona Coyotes new deal eases financial burden on Glendale

2015-07-24T11:50:18-07:00July 24th, 2015|Arizona Coyotes, Business, News|

Two years from now, the Arizona Coyotes and city of Glendale may again be butting heads over an arena deal, or the NHL team may be looking for a new home, whether it be in downtown Phoenix or another city such as Las Vegas, Seattle or Quebec City. But maybe the compromise deal struck Thursday [...]

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