A homeowner in Skyline Country Club Estates is suing her homeowners’ association for forcing its members to help the private club avoid foreclosure.
PHOENIX — Arizona’s management of the San Pedro River, water rights and development went on trial here Monday.
WASHINGTON — Arizonans have to earn $17.52 an hour, more than twice the minimum wage, to afford a typical two-bedroom home without spending more than 30 percent of their income on rent, a new report says.
Facing declining membership and the threat of foreclosure, Skyline Country Club recently turned to homeowners in the surrounding gated community — Skyline Country Club Estates — to save the private club, according to documents provided to the Arizona Daily Star.
We want density and infill development in the Tucson area — all the plans, visions and town halls say so.
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For Miriam Vazquez Montgomery, homeownership had always been a dream.
Miriam Vazquez Montgomery prays with her family before a meal in their former mobile home. With her is daughter Zurisaday Balderas, 19; son Juan, 16; and cousin Aaron Leor, 19, at right.
A developer wants to build 196 "luxury casitas" on land at the northeast corner of North Sabino Canyon and East Cloud roads. The county Planning and Zoning Commission wants no more than 150. This photo, looking south, shows Sabino Canyon Road on the right.
Plans to build 196 "luxury casitas" on undeveloped land along Sabino Canyon Road between East River and Cloud roads hit a minor snag this week when the Pima County Planning and Zoning Commission recommended the developer build only 150 homes on the site.
The company most actively involved in the redevelopment of downtown's west side is asking to change the terms of its agreement with the city for a third time.
Pima County is preparing to give a $900,000 no-interest loan to the Primavera Foundation for a South Tucson housing project.
A fire started by a space heater in a Picacho travel trailer spread to a second trailer, a car and a home just after midnight Tuesday.
PHOENIX - Arizona homeowners relieved by the current double-digit increases in values should not count on the trend continuing, a pair of economists warned Thursday.
Learn about homebuying, budgeting and energy conservation at Pima County’s Housing America Community Day, Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Housing Center, 801 W. Congress.
WASHINGTON - A jump in sales of previously occupied homes and further gains in home construction suggest the U.S. housing recovery is gaining momentum.
Joel Sazama of Johnson Brothers Painting touches up the inside of Sentinel Plaza, the new six-story affordable-housing complex for seniors at 795 W. Congress St. Sazama did the painting work July 13. Today, seniors who lived in downtown's Armory Park Apartments start moving into Sentinel Pla…
A sold sign marks a lot where a home can be built in the Mercado District on West Congress Street. Area business owners welcome the influx of people at Sentinel Plaza and a proposed development in the district.