Valley’s Hot Multifamily Market Attracts Investors of all Stripes — Including Other Industries Article originally posted on Phoenix Business Journal on October 8, 2020 Zach Haptonstall was making more than $200,000 a year running a hospice company in Scottsdale. By the time he was 23, he was making more money than his parents combined and already owned his own home. But in 2018, he was burned out, and sold his share of Sage Hospice. He didn’t quite know what he wanted to do, and blew through a lot of his savings thinking about it. Zach Haptonstall, co-founder of Rise48 Equity LLC in Scottsdale. Linda Fritz-Salazar, vice president and associate broker for Orion Investment Real Estate in Scottsdale, said she first met Haptonstall when he was just delving into the multifamily market. “Right off, I knew he would do well,” she said. “He is very respectful, eager to listen and learn and looks for advice. He has surrounded himself with very qualified partners and business associates. He has started a monthly gathering for multifamily owners and investors.” Find the Complete Article Here: https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/news/2020/10/01/valley-hot-multifamily-market-attracting-investors.html August 17, 2022 CRE Capital Markets: What to Expect by Q4 Could There Be a CRE Upside to a Recession? How to Maintain Multifamily Investment Momentum in the Face of Rising Interest Rates Total Construction Starts Post Big Gains in July, Yet Residential Slips Here’s a Breakdown of Current Arizona Construction Market August 16, 2022 CRE Execs Proceed with Caution as Inflation, Market Uncertainty Persists Planned Surf and Water Park With Hotel, Retail Gains Momentum in Arizona City Phoenix Office Market Posts Healthy Q2 Story of a Young Man With Cancer Goes Viral Is Housing Inventory Growth Really Slowing Down?