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Best Places to Live 2017: Rental Renaissance

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Few things are more luxurious than a lock-and-leave lifestyle, especially if that comes with a resort-style pool, custom cabinets and a state-of-the-art fitness center. Here are four of the newest additions to the local apartment scene.



Best Places To Live 2017: What’s New

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From super-cool condos with smart-home tech and resort-style amenities to high-end family residences replete with the most fab of fixtures and finishes, these new local housing options prove that moving in means moving up.


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Rosewood Grove

Rosewood Homes has done it again with the opening of Rosewood Grove, a gated enclave of...


Best Places to Live 2017: Bird's-Eye View


Brimming with million-dollar dwellings, luxurious clubhouses and immaculate rolling green golf courses, these master-planned communities are just as jaw-dropping from above.



Desert Mountain, North Scottsdale

Acreage of community: 8,000 acres.

Home price range: Courtyard homes and estates range from $600,000 to $10 million; custom home sites range from $100,000 to $1.6 million.



Best Places to Live 2017: Second Home Sweet Home

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Ken McElroy, principal of real estate investment and property management company, MC Companies, explains why now is the best time to buy a second home in Arizona and what to consider before making that leap.



I first moved to Arizona in the early 90’s from Washington state. I will never move away and now consider Arizona my home. Arizona has so much to offer; it is no surprise that it...


How-To: Succulent Gardens


Succulent gardens are a growing trend because of their unique ability to retain water and for their easy maintenance, but perhaps what is making everyone go succulent-crazy is the cute, fun and colorful colors these succulent plants come in.


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These gardens are often thought of as plants that can live in dryer areas, with little rainfall. However, Ryan Jerrell, owner of Dig It...

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