WPC Represents GS Property Holdings on 2 Mesa Transactions

Ryan Willis of Willis Property Company represented GS Property Holdings on 2 different transactions in Mesa totaling $1,271,400.00 . The first transaction consisted of a 1.06 acre parcel with a 6,036 SF Industrial Building located at 114 S. Extension Road in Mesa. GS...

Rural land gives way to town population growth

Ryan and Dale Willis are the Seller's Representatives for this transaction. The southern edge of Gilbert that borders Chandler and open county land still bears traces of the town’s agricultural legacy. The area is changing, though, as population growth in Gilbert...

Ryan and Dale Willis Facilitate $44 Million Deal In Gilbert

PER Business Real Estate Weekly- MARACAY ASSEMBLING 156 ACRES IN GILBERT FOR 332-LOT COMMUNITY Gilbert – Maracay Homes LLC in Scottsdale (Andy Warren, pres.) is working on an assemblage of 156 acres in Gilbert to develop a 332-lot residential community. The southeast...

WPC Represents T&S Harl in the Purchase of Chulinda Farms

Ryan Willis of Willis Property represented T & S Harl, LLC in the purchase of a 160 acre farm located near Val Vista and Ralston Roads in Maricopa, AZ. The Buyer paid $1,680,000.00 for the property with a lease agreement in place with Santa Rosa Produce. Jack Doughty...

Are we there yet? Metro Phoenix home prices near 2006 record

Could June be the month metro Phoenix home prices rebound to the record they hit in 2006? A new analysis of pending sales in the Valley shows prices are nearly there. In May 2006, metro Phoenix’s median home price hit $259,900. Then in June, it set a record at...

Queen Creek annexation proposal divides San Tan Valley

SAN TAN VALLEY — A map for the annexation of the Encanterra gated community and the surrounding neighborhoods has been submitted to the town of Queen Creek. The map is included as part of a pre-application by Encanterra resident Leah Gumm that includes an area...

Mesa City Council Approves Initial Agreement to Bring ASU Downtown

The Mesa City Council approved the first step in bringing Arizona State University downtown. This agreement was voted by the Council during a meeting Monday night that drew opponents worried about what it will cost the city. The agreement passed on a vote with 5-2....