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Bullhead City Reported As Most Affordable City in Arizona!

BULLHEAD CITY, AZ., November 8, 2019 – The Cost-of-Living Index (COLI) Annual Average Data report for the third quarter of 2019 was released and Bullhead City is once again the most affordable city in Arizona. Statistics show it is also one of the most affordable cities in the nation. Bullhead City was reported again as the most affordable city in Arizona with an overall composite index of 91.5 percent. This report represents the average prices submitted by the participating 268 urban areas nationwide. “Bullhead City residents and visitors enjoy the most affordable gas, food, utilities and retail prices. This...

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BULLHEAD REGIONAL HABITAT FOR HUMANITY ANNOUNCES GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY

NONPROFIT KICKS OFF THEIR GROUND BREAKING CEREMONY FOR THEIR 3RD HABITAT PARTNER FAMILY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10TH AT 2:00 PM. LOCATION: 983 SWAN DRIVE (across from BHC Rotary Park) Join the Bullhead City Regional Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit Christian Organization, for their Ground Breaking Ceremony at 2:00 PM on Thursday October 10th. The next Habitat partner family will be breaking ground with Habitat shovels for their new Habitat home. The home lot is located at 983 Swan Drive next to the Rotary Park off of Riverview Drive. The Chambers family was selected after visiting their trailer in spring of...

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The Week Ahead 10/07/2019

Bullhead City is growing again with some great new businesses set to move into the area soon! New growth signifies a fantastic local economy. New businesses equate to more jobs and more opportunities for local residents.  Here are some highlights! Talas Harbor, a geriatric behavioral health hospital, celebrated it’s opening with a recent ribbon cutting. Meoni’s Italian Kitchen opened last Friday where Mama Mia’s used to be on Marina Blvd. We’re so excited to experience their take on great Italian food! The rumors turned out to be true! Bullhead City is set to get  a Dairy Queen, Dutch Bros....

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The Week Ahead 9/30/2019

With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts. – Elenor Roosevelt Can you believe that it’s almost October?! Autumn in the Tri-State is truly spectacular! The weather is perfect, we’re hovering between 80-92 degrees this week according to the weather report. Of course, the one thing that isn’t cooling off in the area is the local real estate market! Homes are still selling like hot cakes so if you find “the one”, don’t hesitate to have your US Southwest Real Estate Agent write up your offer!  If you haven’t contacted an agent yet, feel free to check...

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Bullhead City Chosen Once Again As The Most Affordable City in Arizona!

The Cost-of-Living Index (COLI) Annual Average Data report for the second quarter of 2019 was just released and Bullhead City is once again the most affordable city in Arizona and one of the most affordable cities in the nation. Bullhead City was reported again as the most affordable city in Arizona with an overall composite index of 91.1 percent. This report represents the average prices submitted by the participating 255 urban areas nationwide. A city’s composite index is made up of six components; grocery items, housing, utilities, transportation, health care and miscellaneous goods and services.  The cost-of-living doesn’t measure local price changes from period to period, but rather changes in how local prices compared to prices in other areas from period to period.   The breakdown of the six components for the City of Bullhead City this reporting period is 89.3 percent for housing costs, 85.7 percent for utilities costs, 96.9 percent for transportation costs, 91.6 percent for healthcare, 98.4 percent for grocery items and 89.5 percent for misc. goods and services. When compared to the other Arizona cities that participated, Bullhead City is the lowest in utilities and transportation, second for miscellaneous goods and services and third for healthcare. The City’s low cost of living continues to drive the economy, which is very attractive to new businesses looking at opening a new location away from higher costs areas such as...

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Real estate professionals hear about area development at lunch session

BULLHEAD CITY — The Bullhead City/Mohave Valley Association of Realtors devoted a lunch-and-learn session to economic development on Wednesday. Representatives of local government and the Bullhead Area Chamber of Commerce told local real estate professionals that often they are first people newcomers meet in the Tri-state, so they shared information with this group and encouraged them to offer it to people they encounter while attempting to sell homes or other real estate. About two hours of information was provided to help real estate people be goodwill ambassadors — especially when they are asked questions about the community and local...

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Habitat for Humanity seeks local family for home ownership

BULLHEAD CITY — Bullhead Regional Habitat for Humanity is searching for an area family to help in becoming homeowners. Poeple interested in being considered are asked to attend an outreach meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Family Life Center of City Bible Church, 922 Marina Blvd., in Bullhead City. Rich Tempelman, president of the area Habitat, said the meeting allows people interested in obtaining a home to find out whether it’s potentially right for them. “The meeting will explain the Habitat partnership,” he said. It will include a PowerPoint presentation about the ecumenical Christian housing ministry and what’s...

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