The Pulte Group has pulled out another win as the top homebuilder in the Phoenix area.
Based on recorded housing starts in the Valley, the company took the No. 1 spot for a fourth consecutive year in the Phoenix Business Journal’s annual homebuilders list, which began in 2011.
Pulte, which is currently developing several new communities, boasted 845 housing starts in 2014, according to data collected by the Phoenix Business Journal.
More and more people are calling Phoenix home.
Maricopa County, led by Phoenix as the county seat and Arizona capital, is among the top counties in the country seeing an influx of new residents.
According to recently released data from the U.S. Census and the Internal Revenue Service, Maricopa County — with 77,046 new tax returns filed between 2012 and 2013 — ranked fourth among the top 10 counties with the biggest population gains.
A new Scottsdale complex is offering some structure to the work-life balance of home-based entrepreneurs.
SoHo Scottsdale, an innovative new live-work townhome, loft and retail community, is preparing to open its Sales Center in north Scottsdale in the coming weeks, according to Real Estate Daily News.
The complex offers luxury three- and four-story townhomes ranging from approximately 2,243 square feet to 3,094 square feet, and luxury live-work lofts ranging from 2,004 to 3,548 square feet.
Boomerang buyers are swinging back into the housing market.
A study from the National Association of Realtors shows many of those buyers who lost their homes during the housing crisis have restored their credit and are ready to become homeowners again.
Phoenix, one of a number of cities hit hard by the market meltdown several years ago, is now seeing an increase in return buyers.
Tina Tamboer of The Cromford Report told KTAR News 92.3 FM’s That Real Estate Show we should expect to see more boomerang buyers return to the Phoenix market over the next few years as they get their credit in order.