Arizona Blue Chip Consensus Publication
Elliott D. Pollack & company is a regular contributor to the Arizona Blue Chip published online by the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Economy@W.P. Carey is a portal to data and analysis from economists at the W. P. Carey School of Business and their colleagues in the private sector, government agencies and universities across the West.
Greater Phoenix Blue Chip Real Estate Consensus
Each quarter, Elliott D. Pollack & company polls local residential and commercial market experts for their real estate construction forecasts. The results and accompanying analysis are posted on Arizona State University's Economy@W.P. Carey site.
Cox-GPCC Outlook Book
Sponsored by Cox Communications and the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce, this book is published annually and is filled with statistical information produced by Elliott D. Pollack & Company on the Greater Phoenix economy.
Greater Phoenix By The Numbers
This statistical compendium of data regarding the Greater Phoenix area was published by the company for the Greater Phoenix Economic Council annually from 1992 - 1999.
Real Estate Construction Forecast 1995-2000 for Maricopa County and Arizona
This study provided a five year construction forecast for all sectors of the real estate market including retail, industrial, office, multi-family residential, single-family residential and institutional uses. Forecasting models were developed for each sector based on historical construction activity and projections for population and employment growth.
Economic Assets of Greater Phoenix
This publication is used for marketing and company recruitment purposes and contains a wide variety of economic and demographic information.
Economic Review of Affordable Housing Issues – Arizona Department of Housing
This analysis examined the economic feasibility of select proposals to improve housing access for moderate to low income residents of this State. The proposals were put forth by the Arizona Incentives for Affordable Housing Task Force in June of 2006. The recommendations were segmented into four categories: Finance, Barriers & Incentives, Education, and Land/Land Planning.
Small Area Transportation Study for Florence/Coolidge
Elliott D. Pollack & Company, in association with Lima & Associates, provided micro level residential and commercial projections for areas surround the Florence/Coolidge regions for a regional transportation model.
Housing Needs Assessment and Strategy – City of BullheadCity
This report was used to complete a housing needs assessment for the City of Bullhead City. The City was concerned that recent changes in the housing market have made finding quality, affordable housing difficult for the average household, and that this was having a negative impact on the ability of the City to attract and retain critical support personnel. Like many other parts of the country, BullheadCity has seen a large increase in the price of homes in the last few years. The purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which the changing dynamics of the housing market has impacted the ability of the workforce to obtain quality affordable housing, and what actions the City should take to ensure that there is affordable workforce housing available in BullheadCity in the future.
Maricopa County Cost of Development Study - Maricopa County Planning and Development Department
Elliott D. Pollack & Company was retained to conduct a study of the cost of development that examines the impact of growth on MaricopaCounty over the next 20 years. The study was conducted in two phases. The first phase evaluated the costs of and revenues generated to the County General Fund from new growth occurring within its boundaries. Phase Two examined legal and fiscal issues related to the adoption of impact fees. As part of the Growing Smarter legislation passed over the last two years, counties in Arizona now have the authority to enact development fees for certain services, specifically water, sewer, streets, parks and public safety facilities. The study suggested strategies and guidelines for adopting impact fees as well as development fee levels that can be supported for the unincorporated areas of the County.