Prices for homes in Scottsdale keep going up, according to a recent report by Altos Research. On average, homes are more than $1.5 million, compared to $1.4 million last year. Inventory increased in February, but you would expect that as the spring buying season ramps up. These home are selling in less than two months, compared to 63 days last year. What make Scottsdale so pricey? Attractions likes Old Town, Fashion Square, and the McDowell Sonoran Preserve provide something for everybody. Second,
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Phoenix-Based Taylor Street Adds Business Strategy Executive Louis Dettorre has joined Taylor Street Advisors as SVP, Director of Business Strategy & Operations. Before joining Taylor Street, Louis served the Arizona Department of Real Estate in several roles over nearly eleven years, including as the Commissioner. Louis led the State of Arizona’s real estate agency with a budget of $4 million, charged with licensing and regulation of over 92,000 real estate entities and professionals in Arizona. Louis
PROTECT LIFE IN REAL TIME: RTCCS AND THE AXON ECOSYSTEM Today Axon announced it has acquired Fusus, a global leader in real-time crime center (RTCC) technology. Read on for how real-time crime centers can increase safety in any environment and why greater situational awareness and collaboration across agencies and communities is critical to our shared mission. Feb 01, 2024 Axon Feb 01, 2024 May 3, 2023, started like any other weekday at the Northside Hospital in Midtown Atlanta. The waiting room
ASU Ranks Among Top US Institutions for Employable GraduatesFebruary 09, 2024ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail A survey of international employers found that Arizona State University graduates are considered to be very employable. The Global Employability University Ranking & Survey (GEURS), released recently, ranked ASU 34th among international universities and 13th among U.S. institutions for employable graduates. With those rankings, which were the same in 2023, ASU is ahead of Johns Hopkins, the
Child Crisis Arizona and Salt River Project Open Applications for Families-In-Need to Receive a Free Pool Fence Through the Pool Fence Safety Program Child Crisis Arizona, a leading nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting the well-being and safety of children and families, is partnering with Salt River Project (SRP) and 493 Firefighter Foundation on the 2024 Pool Fence Safety Program. Now through March 24, 2024, parents or caregivers who are financially unable to afford pool barriers and
Company Doubles in Revenue Since Moving to Scottsdale Hub A leading and fast-growing company providing AI solutions in education has found a home at SkySong that has propelled its growth. OneOrigin, a leading technology company headquartered at SkySong, The ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center, has established a global presence with operations in the Middle East and India. Specializing in advanced AI solutions, the company primarily focuses on transforming the education sector. Its commitment lies in
Barrett-Jackson Holds Record-Breaking 2024 Scottsdale Auction with $207.6 Million in Total Auction Sales, Most in Company HistoryEVENT HIGHLIGHTS2,016 No Reserve vehicles achieve a total of $200.9 million in auction sales with a 100 percent sell-through rate.1,180 pieces of authentic automobilia were auctioned for a robust $6.7 million.$1 million raised for charity with the sale of four charity vehicles.More than 190 world-record auction sales were achieved.Rock ‘n’ roll legends Sammy Hagar, Foreigner and