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The world population recently passed 8 billion, just 11 years after reaching 7 billion—but the U.S., among other countries, is experiencing slowing population growth: the country’s current growth rate of 0.1% is the lowest on record. While COVID and other recent factors have contributed to t…

In June, when inflation hit a four-decade high, energy prices increased by a whopping 41.5% from the year prior, and were still up nearly 18% in October. Americans are feeling these skyrocketing energy costs both at the gas pump and through higher utility bills. Although the typical U.S. hou…

At the onset of the pandemic, housing sales and new construction initially stalled due to economic uncertainty. But as the U.S. entered survival mode and the federal funds rate was lowered drastically, home buying and building resumed. While the federal funds rate doesn’t directly control in…

Architect Josias Joesler established a style that became emblematic of Tucson in the early 20th century. His buildings often featured exposed hand-hewn beams, exposed adobe brick, hand plastering, breezeways and patios that would show up in Ranch home designs throughout Tucson long after his death.

New listings, pending sales, and prices are all on the decline after a two-year frenzy in the market. In October 2022, home sales fell to 439,596—a year-over-year decline of nearly 30%—while the median time spent on the market is now 35 days, versus just 15 in June and July of 2021. Few plac…