Phoenix officials will break ground Thursday on new affordable housing to replace old public housing units from the 1960s being razed for redevelopment of the economically depressed Edison-Eastlake neighborhood east of downtown.
At a time where rent continues to climb and homes aren't quite within reach for first-time home buyers, the City of Tempe is opening more than 50 of these new units for affordable housing.
Some Valley residents are nervously eyeing plans for redevelopment in their area, as plans call for big changes to the land that churches currently sit on.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced this week that lawmakers will take another look at laws regulating short term rental properties, like Airbnb, Vrbo, and WanderJaunt, which launched in Phoenix in 2017.
The Federal Reserve cut a key interest rate and while that rate doesn't directly affect mortgages, those rates have also been dropping. FOX 10's Syleste Rodriguez and Troy Hayden talk to Dean Wegner of Guardian Mortgage about things to consider before refinancing a mortgage.
Some interior designers in the Valley for a conference are putting their design skills to use, by updating a veterans housing facility, in an effort to make it more comfortable. FOX 10's Courtney Griffin reports.
The United Way is partnering with other non-profit agencies to provide permanent housing to the homeless in the valley.
A new housing development has created a lot of buzz in downtown Phoenix. The apartments are made out of decommissioned shipping containers.