If there were such a thing as gifts for the real estate market, here is what I would ask of Santa for Christmas:
In my line of business, networking is everything. I love to visit businesses around Rim Country and find out what they are doing new or different.
What started as a hobby, that swelled into an obsession has turned into a commercial business.
WASHINGTON — Arizona had the second-highest income inequality in the nation between 2008 and 2010, trailing only New Mexico for the gap between its richest and poorest residents, a new report says.
Over the past couple of years there have been reports and rumors of a “shadow inventory” of homes that were being held from the market by banks so the market would not be flooded with homes that would further erode prices.
Defying statewide trend, unemployment rate locally rises to 9.4 percent
The unemployment rate in Gila County inched upward in October to 9.4 percent, counter to the trend statewide.
Directors of Rim Country non-profit organizations brainstorm about how to unite to help the community
Although dozens of non-profits in Rim Country must often compete for the same donor base, a group of non-profit directors is finding new ways to work together.
Did you do Black Friday? How about Cyber Monday? Small Business Saturday was in there too. Make a stop at any local shops?
With photo-sharing sites like Pinterest making it easier for brides to share wedding day inspiration, that picture perfect wedding seems easier than ever to create.
The current gift, estate and generation-skipping transfer tax (GSTT) exemption of $5,120,000 is scheduled to sunset at the end of this year.
Is the holiday season a good time to sell your home? Sellers are sometime reluctant to put their home on the market during this time for various reasons
Now that the election results are in, it is time to think about what they mean for your future — specifically, your financial future.
Grand opening sale slated for Black Friday
After only a few weeks of construction, Big 5 Sporting Goods has opened in Payson, marking the 37th Big 5 franchise in Arizona.
The best of Payson were honored Tuesday during the annual Rim Country Business Awards. In the non-profit category, the Payson Senior Center took top honor. The Pine-Strawberry Fuel Reduction, Inc. and Tonto Rim Search and Rescue, Inc. were also nominated for the award. In the small business category, Messenger Payson Funeral Home took home the title, beating out Mattress Experts and Payson Farmers Market.
Lindsay Nichols, a licensed cosmetologist, has joined the Studio B Salon.