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Discover the Arizona Biltmore Estates neighborhood destinations including restaurants, local stores & shopping, resort & hotel lodging, residential real estate, business services & recreation like hiking & golf.
All area information is provided by members of the ARIZONA BILTMORE ESTATES VILLAGE ASSOCIATION (ABEVA) and locals with decades of neighborhood specific professional service & presence. Discover neighborhood attractions, experiences & opportunities.

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Project Center at the Esplanade

Project Center 2425 E Camelback Rd, Ste 108 (in the Esplanade) Phoenix, AZ 85016 Phone: 602.252.6655 Hours: M-F 8-5 Tweet to @ProjectCenter makepapereasy.com Full service print and copy.  Tweets by...

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Atlas Network Services

The fact is most IT consumers rarely know where to go for new, proven tech; they rely on their IT Providers to do that for them.

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Biltmore Pro Print

family-owned printing company Arizona residents rely on. When you need printing services in Phoenix, skip the copycats and insist on the Phoenix printing company that’s a true original! Conveniently located in the Camelback Corridor, Biltmore Pro Print has been making a great impression since 1981!

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The UPS Store

The UPS Store network is the world’s largest franchisor of retail shipping, postal, printing and business service centers. Located in the Camelback East Village Center on the South East corner of 32nd Street & Camelback Road 3219 EAST CAMELBACK RD PHOENIX, AZ 85018 Phone: (602)952-8830 store4810@theupsstore.com HOURS OF OPERATION Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm Saturday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Sunday Closed UPS AIR PICKUP TIMES Monday – Friday 5:30 pm Saturday 2:00 pm UPS GROUND PICKUP TIMES Monday – Friday 5:30 pm Tweet to @TheUPSStore   Tweets by...

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Pinnacle Capital Mortgage

Pinnacle Capital Mortgage

Mortgage Time Mortgage Market News for the week ended July 07, 2017 Compliments of Lynn Holbrook Sr. Mortgage Consultant | MLO NMLS ID: 224374 Pinnacle Capital Mortgage Corp. NMLS: 1071 | AZ BK 0910184 Direct: 602.697.5242 • Fax: 602.224.3041 lholbrook@pcmloan.com • www.pcmloan.com 3200 E. Camelback Road | Suite 123 Phoenix, AZ 85018 Licensed by the Department of Business Oversight under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act.   Focus Remains on Europe   The prospect of tighter monetary policy from the European Central Bank (ECB) again was the main influence on U.S. mortgage rates this week. The U.S. economic data caused little reaction. Mortgage rates ended the week higher.   Similar to what the U.S. Fed did earlier in the decade, the ECB has been buying massive quantities of government bonds to help push yields lower and stimulate the European economy. This has been good for bonds around the world and has lowered U.S. mortgage rates. Last week, however, ECB President Draghi hinted that they might begin to scale back (taper) their bond purchases sooner than expected. The possibility of reduced demand from the ECB caused bond yields to rise. Then on Wednesday, the ECB released the minutes from the June 8 meeting, and this reinforced investor expectations for tighter monetary policy. Global bond yields rose further, including U.S. mortgage-backed securities, pushing mortgage rates higher.   Friday’s release of the key Employment report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed a familiar story. Job gains were impressive, but wage growth was not. Against a consensus forecast of 175,000, the economy added 222,000 jobs in June. In addition, upward revisions added 47,000 jobs to the results for prior months.   The economy has added an average of 194,000 jobs over the past three months, compared to a monthly average of 187,000 for all of 2016. The unemployment rate unexpectedly increased from 4.3% to 4.4%, but this was viewed as a sign of strength since it was mostly due to workers entering the labor force. Average hourly earnings, an indicator of wage growth, fell short of expectations and were just 2.5% higher than a year ago. The weakness in wage growth was good for mortgage rates and offset the negative effect of the solid job gains. As a result, there was little net change in mortgage rates after the release of the data.     Looking ahead, Friday will be the big day next week with Retail Sales and CPI. Consumer spending accounts for about 70% of economic output in the U.S., and the retail sales data is a key indicator. The Consumer Price Index (CPI), a widely followed monthly inflation report, looks at the price change for goods and services which are purchased by consumers. Before that, Fed Chair Yellen will be delivering her semi-annual testimony to Congress on Wednesday. In...

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